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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...
Life in Korea
Naver Corporation, a rival company to Kakao, handles more than 75% of all web searches in Korea. While many Koreans still use Kakao’s services for many of their online needs, Naver holds first place for...
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
Dongguk University is located in the large area of Jung-gu district, in Seoul. There are plenty of things to do and visit in this area. In this article we give you some ideas on how...
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...
Life in Korea
The KTX train in Korea is a fast train similar to a bullet train. However, compared to most bullet trains, it is much more commonly used.  Let’s take a look at what services they offer...
Life in Korea
When travelling from Incheon Airport into Seoul for the first time, it can be overwhelming to know what type of transport would be best for your journey. There are four main ways to get to...
Food&Drinks
Very often we hear that it’s hard to find vegetarian food in Korea. Indeed, when talking about Korean dishes, three main elements generally come to mind immediately: rice, spiciness and meat. Because of this last,...
Life in Korea
The Korean summer is hot and humid and therefore a bit hard to bear. However, there are various tricks to cool off in summer in Korea, in particular getting a portable fan and enjoying various...
Life in Korea
Jeju Island (제주도) is a popular tourist destination for Koreans, especially in spring and summer. Often called South Korea’s Hawaii, Jeju is the largest island in the country, located south of the Korean Peninsula, considered...
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...
Study Korean
Wherever you are in South Korea, there will always be a convenience store (pyeoneuijeom) where you can get food – it could be your lunch in a nice dosirak, kimbap, snacks or something else. But what...
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...
Food&Drinks
Eating gluten-free in Korea is not easy at all because celiac disease is not widespread in the country, so there is little attention paid to this condition. However, finding gluten-free dishes is not impossible. In...
Study Korean
First of all, what is a study trip? A study trip is a short study trip abroad, usually lasting a few weeks, and it combines an intensive language course with fun extracurricular activities. A study...
Life in Korea
You’ve bought your ticket, booked your accommodation, and now you’re ready for your Korean adventure to begin. A little preparation can go a long way in making sure you can enjoy all the highlights and...
Life in Korea
In Korea, you may be given an address as an indication to go somewhere. However, the structure of a Korean address can be confusing, especially if you don’t know how to read the Hangeul alphabet....
Life in Korea
Article updated on January 2024 Those who want to visit South Korea often wonder about the best time of year to go, so that they can go at a time when they can take advantage...
News
As of May 3, 2021, a new entry procedure has been introduced in Korea, which is different from what we were used to before the borders closed. For short stays of various kinds, up to...
Life in Korea
When it comes to exploring Korea there are likely several places all ready on your radar. Where are the must see locations in Korea? You surely know Seoul, the sprawling capital city of over 10...
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...
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