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Author: Averyl

Korean Culture
Going back in time, sticker photo booths also known as the Purikura booths, became popular in Korea during the early 2000s. Purikura was originated in Japan and later introduced in Korea due to its growing...
Food&Drinks
“Spicy and red” – these are the key comments when it comes to Korean food. Due to its condiments and method of cooking, Korean food appears to be red and often suggests it is spicy....
Life in Korea
Internationally we prefer to call it a gym when we refer to a fitness place but the Korean people refer to private gyms as Helseujang (헬스장) or Helseukeulleob (헬스클럽), which essentially translates to a “health...
Korean Culture
Heading to Noraebang in Korea is one of the must-do activities when you’re in the country! A well-loved get-together entertainment choice among Koreans as well as tourists. Whether you wish to experience Korean culture while...
Life in Korea
In February 2024, South Korea is featured among the best 10 places to study abroad according to Forbes statistics. Influenced by Hallyu (한류, Korean wave) and gaining more traction in Korea’s education system, our team at...
News
With one of the most convenient public transportation in the world, it is easy to find your way around Seoul. Be it traveling to touristy spots or gem spots a little further from the city,...
Life in Korea
Calling all K-pop fans from all over the world! Ever wondered what it is like to experience a K-pop concert in Korea? Enough of watching fan-cams on YouTube, now you get to meet your beloved...
Study Korean
Looking for your next study adventure? Look no more! Korea has one of the best education systems, boasting a top-50 university ranking in the world. Living and studying in Korea has become one of the...
Korean Culture
Just like the rest of the world, Koreans celebrate Valentine’s Day on February 14 too. In case you might be wondering, what do couples do to celebrate Valentine’s Day in Korea? It could be going...
Korean Culture
The art of gifting is highly valued in Korean culture, it symbolizes graciousness and respect within the social community. Regardless of the occasion, it is a wonderful way to demonstrate thoughtfulness and also fosters relationships...
News
Have you heard of the Digital Nomad Visa for South Korea? Are you looking for an opportunity to work remotely or at a place of your choice? Due to the occurrence of the global pandemic...
Korean Culture
Even in modern Korean culture, Seollal (설날, Korean New Year) is one of the most important traditional festivals in Korea, commemorating the first day of the lunar calendar. The origin of Seollal has a long...
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