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Author: Asiya Shoaib

Study Korean
Learn some common Korean phrases and words used in relationships and K-dramas! We have a collection of them ready for you below! Common Korean words – Relationships When talking to one another, Koreans often use...
Study Korean
Do you wish to learn Korean words for the bank? Learn various Korean words and phrases for banking and make your communication easier now with our list below! Korean words for the bank 은행 eun-haeng:...
News
Samcheok City (삼척시) is a dream destination to visit during the fall season in South Korea. Offering scenic beauty along with delicious food that nobody can resist, this is an experience of a lifetime. The...
Korean Culture
A UNESCO World Heritage site, Jongmyo was built in the fourth year of King Taejo’s (태조) reign. Jongmyo is the chief state shrine built according to Confucian ideals. It contains the spirit tablets of late...
Life in Korea
Winter in Korea is a beautiful time to experience the country! Don’t let the wind and snow affect your trip plans! Experiencing a white winter is a dream of many people from tropical countries. This...
Korean Culture
Bukchon Hanok Village is near Anguk Station (안국역) Line 3 in Seoul. It consists of a myriad of old houses built according to the traditional Korean construction style. It is surrounded by Gyungbokgung (경복궁), Changdeokgung...
Korean Culture
The Pentaport Rock Festival is a three day event that takes place every summer in Incheon. It is considered to be one of the biggest live music events in South Korea. The lineup is always...
Life in Korea
Hidden deep within Gangwondo (강원도) is a small county that goes by the name of Yeongwol. The area offers breathtaking sights for all because it is shrouded in green hills, with the Dongang (동강) snaking...
Korean Culture
The National Museum of Korean Contemporary History (대한민국역사박물관) opened its doors to the public on December 26, 2012. The museum contains both the modern and contemporary history of Korea. It is located near Gwanghwamun (광화문)....
Korean Culture
The Seoul Museum of History is located near Gyeonghuigung (경희궁) near Gwanghwamun Station (광화문역). The museum has a permanent exhibition hall narrating the story of Seoul, ever since its inception in 1392. It is exciting...
Life in Korea
Hongdae (홍대) is a curious part of Seoul and also home to Yeonnamdong. Various subcultures within Seoul come together and blend here. It is a window into what being a young Korean person entails. The...
Korean Culture
Changdeokgung is a palace situated east of Gyeongbokgung (경복궁), next to Changgyeonggung (창경궁). The name of the palace means a palace of prosperous virtue. It was constructed in 1405 as a second palace of the...
Korean Culture
Changgyeonggung is another palace located in Seoul. It was originally a residential area for the royal family elders. The palace was first built in 1418 by King Sejong (세종) for his father, King Taejong (태종)....
Korean Culture
Gyeongbokgung was the main and largest palace of the Joseon (조선) Dynasty. A struggle to maintain Built in 1395, the palace was home to the kings of the Joseon dynasty, their households, and the center...
Life in Korea
If you live around Gongdeok (공덕), or Hongdae (홍대), the likelihood of you knowing about the Gyeongui Line (경의선) path is possibly very high. It’s one of the best attractions for those who love the...
Korean Culture
Haebangchon is a district in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, and it holds a music event called Haebangchon Festival every year. The name of the area translates to Freedom Village, and it is quite an old part of...
News
Korean cuisine has many famous “combinations” of food and drinks that just go together – fried chicken and beer, soju (소주) and samgyunsal(삼겹살) or gamjatang(감자탕). One of the best is pajeon (파전) and makgeolli (막걸리)....
Korean Culture
South Korea has a burgeoning and highly successful drama industry. However, for those looking for versatility there are some that have the most unique plotlines and deserve to be watched. Here is a list of...
Korean Culture
While Korea has a booming pop music industry, it does not lack in indie bands either. Though much lesser in number than pop groups, Korean indie bands add more variety to the Korean music landscape...
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