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1. How Can You Be Two Ages? - Korean Birthday's
How Can You Be Two Ages? - Korean Birthday's
The Lunar calendar is mostly used throughout Asia and was adopted by Korea from China. Unlike the Solar (Gregorian) calendar, this calendar is based on the cycles of the moon and still holds their traditional holidays and how they determine birthdays. They start calculating your birthday based on...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:53:04
2. What Did You Do to My Hair? - Having Your Hair Done in Korea
What Did You Do to My Hair? - Having Your Hair Done in Korea
Having heard all the horror stories from my foreigner friends about their hair cuts/dyes from stylists, I worriedly looked around to find a reputable one here in Korea. When I had spoken to a couple of my friends that deemed this place OK, I decided to go in for a highlight and style. It appeared...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 02:35:49
3. A Peace Sign is a Must in Korean Pictures
A Peace Sign is a Must in Korean Pictures
When you go through your collection of pictures of Korea, you will notice a common gesture that MUST be displayed. The typical hand position for someone having their picture taken in the U.S. is to put your hands on your sides/hips or perhaps wave. The typical hand position for a Korean is either...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:55:20
4. Western Style with Asian Traditions - Korean Weddings
Western Style with Asian Traditions - Korean Weddings
A Korean wedding is very modern from the very long, flowing white dress to the basic ceremony of prayer and well wishes. However, there is a lot of cultural and traditional elements that occur on this special day. Before going into the details of the wedding, first you need to know that when a fe...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:57:41
5. Not Delicious - Being a Vegetarian in Korea
Not Delicious - Being a Vegetarian in Korea
Coming to Korea as a vegetarian, you would assume that in a country were the staple foods are kimchi (cabbage) and rice, that it would be easy to find vegetarian meals. However, the majority of Korean cuisine is made with meat and seafood. They are fanatic about Korean meat, bolgogi, which is a b...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:57:41
6. Halloween Shops Do Exist in Korea!
Halloween Shops Do Exist in Korea!
Korea is a country that does not celebrate Halloween as we do in North America and Europe. It has been increasing in popularity, but the only traces you will see of it are in the English academies, the bars that are overrun by foreigners, and some costume parties in Seoul. Thus, trying to find th...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:54:55
7. Korean Bonsai Trees
Korean Bonsai Trees
A bonsai tree represents an artistic approach of life's struggles, triumphs and patience. They are known for being basically a "mini-me" size to their larger relatives who live outside our homes. These trees take a lot of patience to grow and hours are spent designing its branches, roots, trunk a...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:55:55
8. How To Make Spicy Kimchi in Five Easy Steps
How To Make Spicy Kimchi in Five Easy Steps
It may look like some type of red-tinted soggy cabbage, however the taste of kimchi is something Koreans pride themselves in. It is served with literally every meal here in Korea, and it has a list of health benefits associated with it from all it's vitamins and low calories. Koreans will even ta...
Food & Cooking - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:55:53
9. Haggling in Korea - Yongsan's 'Black Market'
Haggling in Korea - Yongsan's 'Black Market'
Walking the streets of Korea, you will notice you are being bombarded everywhere by things to buy. One of the advantages of being a consumer in this type of atmosphere is that merchants are the ones that have to compete for your business. Just simply walking away will make some merchants chase af...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:57:41
10. The Golden Building in Seoul - The 63 Building
The Golden Building in Seoul - The 63 Building
Though the 63 Building now stands in Seoul among buildings similar in height, it use to be one of the tallest buildings in Asia. If you ask a Korean what you should visit during your stay here it will be on the top three places to see. It looks normal on the outside as if it was just another offi...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:55:08
11. Why More People Are Learning Korean
Why More People Are Learning Korean
Korean is one of those languages we hardly here about in the Western world. When we come across it, we find that its sentences are very abrupt and its words are "sing-songy". We are more use to Latin derived languages like Spanish and English. I was somewhat nervous when I came to Korea since I k...
Education - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:55:19
12. The Complete Guide For Working as an ESL Teacher in South Korea
The Complete Guide For Working as an ESL Teacher in South Korea
For many people, teaching English in another country can be the experience of a lifetime, or their worst nightmare. All over the web there are blogs from ESL (English as a Second Language) teachers talking about how great their experience has been, or how they were fired within their first days. ...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:52:50
13. The Fleeting Life of Cherry Blossoms
The Fleeting Life of Cherry Blossoms
It's no wonder why people are captivated by the bloom of cherry blossoms. Their beauty is so anticipated that people pinpoint the almost precise day for their bloom. There are many cherry blossom festivals all over the world that celebrate the blooming of these flowers. Unfortunately, these cloud...
Travel & Places - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 06:55:55

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