Hwangso-Ga: A Korean Buffet Restaurant in Manila

Korean culture has been making a craze in the country especially with television shows/drama (Kdrama) and music (Kpop) for quite a time now. They also invaded the tastebuds of the Filipinos when it comes to Korean delicacies. There is Kimchi, Bulgogi, and of course Samgyeopsal.

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Noypi Lifestyle’s Top 5 Serenitea Drinks

I can’t deny the fact that I’m a huge fan of milk teas. And I guess, almost all Asians love to have a sip of this refreshing drink. You can see milk tea shops almost everywhere, but for me, there can only be a few stores that offer the best milk tea in the country. And one of which is the famous, Serenitea.

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Book Launch: Moymoy Lulumboy Book 5

Lampara Books is back with its fifth book entitled Moymoy Lulumboy: Ang Lihim ng Libro from the epic fatasy series Moymoy Lulumboy. The adolescent novel takes the readers to the enchanting world of Gabun where local mythological creatures like aswang, duwende, manananggal, kapre, and tikbalang co-exist with each other and fight for communal peace.

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A Tourist’s Guide to the Masbate Province’s Unspoilt Islands (and a BONUS!)

Masbate has to be the most underrated travel destination in the Philippines. It is nestled at the center of the Philippine Archipelago, surrounded by Burias and Ticao Pass in the North, San Bernardo Strait to the east, Sibuyan Sea to the West and Visayan Sea to the South. Perfect for those who want to be at one with nature! Here’s the rundown of what to do in the islands of Masbate:

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PhilPop 2018: Song Interpreters, Announced!

The country’s premier songwriting competition, PhilPop has recently announced its roster of interpreters for the 2018 lineup. With the theme “Music. Powered by Pinoys,” the foundation continues to defy expectations by championing homegrown talents from different backgrounds and music genres.

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Budget-Friendly: Eighty Eight Hotel in Koronadal City, South Cotabato

Every time I go home in Koronadal City, South Cotabato, I always tend to stay in our house the whole day because that’s my comfort zone (and I’m a lazy person). I don’t have that much time roaming around the city because I prefer sleeping in my old room and hibernate. However, as years goes by, I observed that our small city is getting a number of investments and I can personally see it from the new buildings and business establishments.

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E! Best Influencers: 3 Reasons Why I Will Vote for Discover MNL and Eatsplorations

Being an online influencer is a difficult job. You need to make your brand visible in the online world and it is sometimes a must to maintain an excellent identity for your followers. But for me, these two bloggers stood out among the nominees for the best influencers for the upcoming E! Bloggers Ball.

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Filling Station Bar Cafe: 1950s Diner in Makati

It was roughly a year ago when a 50’s-inspired diner in Makati city went viral in different social media platforms and blog reviews. I was really curious about the place because of the vintage vibe especially during at night when the neon lights are turned on.

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