It’s been a really whimsical day for me, as I am finally back, living in Korea. Through a special opportunity, I became a part of the wonderful rubber duck project experience. Well, in what circumstance, was I able to know of this Rubber Duck epiphany? Thanks to my Korean friends who spammed my Facebook and
The land of special treats, special days and special people, We call it Korea. Now what is the most awaited day for this month of November? For some countries, November is just an ordinary month. So it might be awkward to watch how Koreans celebrate a day in November called Pepero Day. Every year on
Fall is now slowly ending at our beloved second home, Korea. As the leaves had started to fall and turn to its autumn color in the last month, now the wind has slowly become colder and colder. And soon as we know it, the first snow would fall and another story of love will appear.
You finally did it! You were able to come and live in Korea, either as a student or an Expat. However for some that aren’t financially blessed, you were unable to adjust and learn the ways to survive Korea. And in a couple of days, you are stranded with tons of money problems causing you
Are you a scholar familiar with NIIED or the National Institute for International Education? Good news for those who are eager to study in Korea. Recently this year, NIIED’s scholarship offers a new program, other than the undergraduate and graduate degrees, it now also offers associate 2-year degrees for those who are still not sure in
It’s already 12 noon at our university dormitory and in comes a Korean friend who seems worn out after a whole night spend doing an unknown activity the night before. True enough, as expected, she came back from a fun-filled Membership Training or “엠티” (MT) in Korean. As a foreigner in Korea, we might possibly understand the
Fashion, is one of the most influential trend that is very common in society. To name the few fashion capitals in the world, one would be very familiar of Paris, London or New York. However in Asia, with the strong oriental background, Asians, including the Japanese, Chinese, Arabians and Koreans are now empowering fashion. Korea
Education is all a matter of building bridges. True in its great sense is this quote by Ralph Ellison. Education is worthless unless it has brought you to a much larger place. It bridges you to more chances than gains. And exclusively this institution found nowhere have become my bridge. Found on the foot of