I'm planning a short (just shy of) one-week trip in South Korea. It's almost all personal so no need for suits, laptops and other gear. This time, I want to travel super light. No check-in luggage - and I'll figure out where I want to stay after I land. I don't want to lug around anything that I'd find to be a chore to drag around all day or have me standing out too obviously as a backpacker or tourist. I'm thinking of a favorite leather daypack that holds a decent amount and has an inside frame. I'll have two brief business-related meetings. However I am hoping they'll be cool enough to accept me wearing a navy blazer with dress chinos . Packing a suit would kill my light packing plans. Any advice on packing and traveling light? Also, for any SF'rs in Seoul -- tips on what to do, where to stay, dine, visit etc would be welcome. I'm going to check out the jjimjilbang spas I read about in the NYT and might take a USO tour to the DMZ (although I've been up there before in my past job). Night market definitely and probably try the live octopus but pass on the GI stew.