Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving

Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Photo credit : english.chosun.com Photo credit : ajengkharissa.blogspot.com 추석 Chuseok originally known as Hangawi 한가위 is celebrate in the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar calendar. This event is one of the most widely celebrated...
Korean ajumma is becoming the new style influencer

Korean ajumma is becoming the new style influencer

 Ajumma: noun, \’a joom ma\ A middle-aged Korean woman, typically identifiable by a mop of tightly curled short hair; loose, mismatched clothing; and a no-nonsense, out-of-my-way attitude.  For some time now, the stereotypical Korean ajumma has long been thought of as...
The Top 51 Cities to See in Your Lifetime

The Top 51 Cities to See in Your Lifetime

Here are the 51 cities you must see during your lifetime. My opinion, Korea should be at the top so I put it as VIP City.   VIP) Seoul, Korea – Not too many cities in the world have royal palaces that are hundreds of years old sitting next to huge modern...
The top 5 Seoul tourist sites

The top 5 Seoul tourist sites

1: A gathering place of traditional culture, Insa-dong To experience the traditional culture of Korea while remaining in the heart of the city, try Insa-dong. With art galleries, traditional craft stores, antique art dealers, traditional tea houses, and traditional...
7 super spicy Korean dishes

7 super spicy Korean dishes

7. Buldak (Fire chicken) Spice rating: 1/5 This savory barbecued chicken dish covered in chili-loaded sauce became immensely popular a few years ago when the Korean economy was going through a rough patch. (See what we mean about Koreans and spice therapy?) Buldak...
Fast city in the soul of Asia

Fast city in the soul of Asia

“Pali pali” – meaning “quick, quick” – isn’t just a favourite expression in Seoul: it’s a way of life. South Korea’s capital moves at a pace that rivals the world’s busiest cities, fostering a culture of hard work, service and “just getting stuff done”, residents say....
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