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Life in Korea
Busan is the second largest city in South Korea and is a very popular destination to visit as there are many great places to see along the coastline. In this guide, we will go through...
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
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...
Life in Korea
No employee shops have been appearing globally over the past few years. Although places like Amazon have launched stores with this concept world-wide, they have been actively growing in Seoul and stock much more than...
Life in Korea
If you are visiting Korea for the first time, you will quickly notice that hiking is a common hobby. Many South Korean cities are surrounded by beautiful mountains that showcase the country’s incredible views. As...
Korean Culture
Korean couples love celebrating anniversaries, sharing food, and having experiences together. Here are some more fun facts about Korean couple culture in Korea. Korean couple items are a thing! In Korea, it’s normal to see...
Life in Korea
Summer is here and the desire to travel is on the rise. Beaches and places to enjoy water activities have always been the most popular destinations. Are you curious about the most popular summer destinations...
Life in Korea
You’ve been dreaming of being in Korea and now you finally have the chance to go. There are so many things to do in Korea, you’ll be spoilt for choice! But where to start? Here...
Korean Culture
White Day in Korea (화이트데이, hwaiteu-dei), is a holiday that follows Valentine’s Day and is celebrated on 14 March. On 14 February, it is customary among Korean couples for the woman to give the man...
Life in Korea
Autumn (가을, gaeul in Korean) is one of the best seasons to spend in Korea. If summer is too hot, winter is too cold, and in spring the air pollution problem is slightly worse than...
Food&Drinks
In Korea, there is a special dessert for cooling off in summer: bingsu (빙수). It is a dessert consisting of a base of crushed ice to which various toppings are added and is in a...
Life in Korea
Once a year, cherry blossoms bloom in South Korea. The land of the morning calm turns pink from all the beautiful cherry blossom trees! During this time of spring, people seek out the best roads,...
Life in Korea
Most people who decide to study Korean in Korea choose to live in Seoul. The reason is simple: Seoul is not only the capital of South Korea, but it is also a growing metropolitan city...
Life in Korea
Many Koreans love to spend their time in coffee shops, whether they’re working, studying or having a chat – all in front of an extra-large cup of coffee and an Instagrammable dessert. For this reason,...
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
Winters in Korea can be extremely cold. If you are visiting Seoul during this time you can expect sub zero temperatures, regularly in the -10 to -20 degrees Celsius range! If you are looking to...
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...
Life in Korea
Korea is not one to shy away from thrilling amusement parks. Whether you are traveling with friends or family, you definitely need to take some time to explore Korea’s theme parks. Korea thrives with great...
Korean Culture
Every country has different quirks and tricks that are unique to it when eating out. Eating out in Korea is certainly no different. Knowing and understanding the rules and etiquette not only helps you to...
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...
Life in Korea
The Busan coast hosts many tourist attractions of Busan. The landscape showcases both the beauty of nature and the excitement of a thriving, modern city. The sprawling beaches and cliff faces combine with impressive structures...
Life in Korea
Every season in Korea has its highlights but spring is especially gorgeous. The cherry blossoms are incredible, and the weather means you’ll be happy to be outside without being cold. Here are some things you...
Life in Korea
If you’re up for an adventure, winter in Korea (in Korean 겨울, gyeoul) can be a perfect place to visit. Sometimes the summer can feel way too hot and humid, but the winters are cold...
Life in Korea
Every season in Korea has amazing highlights – cherry blossoms in the spring, skiing in the winter, and the Busan beach in the summer! But some of the best opportunities can be found during Autumn...
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