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Month: March 2019

Korean Traditional Markets

The Korean traditional market has long been a cultural heritage which signifies the traditional lifestyle and history of the Koreans. As it often appears in movies, it provided homeless people after the wars a chance to revive their economy. Not only that, it is a place in which the commoners’ sorrows and hope coexist. However, […]

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The War Memorial of Korea

Although there are many special characteristics of Korea, perhaps one of the most eye-catching ones is that Korea is a divided nation. Unfortunately, Korea, (or the “Koreas”) is the last and only divided country in 2019. Knowing more about the background of the Korean war may not only enhance the understanding of Korean culture but […]

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How expensive is Korea?

No matter what your purposes are for visiting Korea, I thought that you guys would be interested in how cheap or expensive items would cost in Korea. Therefore, I have organized a list of common items. Hope this list can provide you guys with some insights! Average prices in South Korean Won: • Daily price […]

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Foods After a Terrible Hangover

If you guys have stayed in Korea for quite a while, you probably would have realized that Koreans love drinking 🙂 When we are happy we drink; when we are sad we drink. When we excel a test we drink; when we fail a test we drink. Often times, we drink when we pass out […]

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Makgeolli

Have you guys ever heard of Makgeolli? If you guys love drinking, you guys cannot miss out Makgeolli in Korea! Many foreigners know about soju, but Makgeolli is relatively less well-knownMakgeolli is Korean traditional alcohol which tastes tender because it’s made from rice. As you can see, people drink Makgeolli in a bowl. In Korea, […]

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Korean Traditional Architecture – Hanok

Hello my fellow visitors, how have you been? This time, I would like to introduce to you guys Hanok, an example of Korean traditional architecture. Hanok is a Korean traditional architecture which demonstrates the Korean architect of the Joseon dynasty. They are mostly made out of environmentally-friendly materials such as soil, timber, and rock. If […]

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Moving Around Seoul: Get your transportation card!

Hey guys. Having trouble getting around Seoul? Worry no more. All you need is to have your charged transportation card (also known as Tmoney) with you. You can use this card on the bus, subway, train and in taxis. Check the video to see whereto get it and how to charge it.

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