Life in the Dormitory

Student life will never be complete without living in the dormitory and living it up independently. The situation though goes to a rhythm where rather than living in a dormitory in another city, you are living on a dormitory in another country and with another culture. Thinking about it, you can either be scared of

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Cherry Blossoms on the Donghaksa Mountain Trail

It has been a long-time ago but I can clearly remember the series of Cherry Blossoms that one spring day.  Our class has finished one of our second cultural class of the day. Being near Gongju, our travel time wasn’t that long and from morning till afternoon, we were able to make Kilned clay pots

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Part-timing Stories in Korea

Studying in Korea would be a great opportunity any foreigner can acquire and experience. Aside from the beautiful country and the promising culture, the universities are also prominent for the degrees that one can acquire. However studying far from your parents, living alone and of course all these college fees that you can’t of course

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D-2 and D-4 Visas, How are They Different?

In Korea, the chances of studying for a university degree with or without any scholarship is quite easy yet foreboding. But still Korea has always opened its arms to welcome prospective foreign students who would like to pursue any degree in a Korean University. With a variety of scholarship programs and the great number of colleges,

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Mokbangs: Korean Foodies Unleashed

I know for a fact that Korea always has this quirky side. From K-pop idols whose fashion in some ways transcends Lady Gaga’s Meat dress but always directs a clean image. To weird places as noted by one of the articles. There are so many strange things that you can find about this country. Culture-wise,

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Daejeon City: Silicon Valley of Asia

I guess anybody who has been to Korea, would have basic knowledge of the big cities, Seoul and Busan. But another  city, is the Techno Hub and Transportation of the whole country which iscalled Daejeon. Full of wide expansive land and valleys, Daejeon, from the old Korean term, hanbat or big land, had started with

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Kid’s Cafe in Korea: Best for Toddlers

During my time as an English Nanny with litte Korean toddlers last winter, I saw different facilities around the metro area and nearby places like Incheon that helps parents when their children have a desire to play. Unlike the usual amusement parks, like Lotte World or Everland, which are hugh and a very high number of visitors can be

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