Yuna Kim – Queen on Ice

She is the princess of South Korea . During the 2004-2005 season, She placed second at the Junior Grand Prix Final, earning Korea’s first international medal in the history of figure skating.Making her senior international debut in 2006, she came to prominence when she claimed two gold medals in a row at the 2006-2007 season

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Superstitions in Korea

Even though individuality is what I always believe in , there is no denial that we have always been and will be associated with our ancestors and history where we were born . We all have futures. We all have pasts. We all have stories and we give up our backs and allow religious myths

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The Allure of Korean JjimJilbangs

The Allure of Korean JjimJilbangs is strong with this one! Korean JjimJilbangs, or saunas, are essentially baths and spas where people come in, get naked, sweat and relax.  Upon hearing about them, most foreigners are appalled about being around a bunch of naked people- especially quite possibly being the only foreigner. Only one visit is

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Drinking culture and etiquette in Korea

Koreans consider drinking to be a part of their culture and a way to show respect to each other .Did i say “respect” , Yess!!!! . Though i myself am not a heavy drinker ,working in a corporate industry or attending a university with a group of Korean friends, you cannot just avoid it at

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Dog Soup

I have maintained for a very long time, the best way to experience a culture is through the food.  Like many new travelers, I started off skeptical and apprehensive to try new food.  I distinctively remember the first time I saw an octopus leg in my soup.  I was so angry I was about ready

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Namsangol Hanok Village

  Namsangol Hanok Village is located in the Pildong area on the outskirts of Namsan. It’s a Mini village packed with history that is right smack dab in the heart of Seoul. Built during the Joseon Dynasty.There is 5 distinct areas within this beautiful folk village. Each representing the classes of people during that era

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Gwangjang Market

Gwangjang Market (광장시장) is one awesome place for locals and tourists alike to get a taste of real street food in Korea. The Atmosphere is alive and the people are hungry for all the delicious food they are surrounded by. Seriously it’s like Food Heaven in Seoul. The search for it is worth it. If your

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