A celebration commending the Jangdan soybean, a vegetable known to have been served to rulers, was held a weekend ago at the Imjingak Plaza in Paju, Gyeonggi-do Province. Around 760,000 guests rushed to the three-day celebration between November 21 and 23 to appreciate recently reaped beans and to take an interest in the extensive variety
An Op-ed written by HiExpat blogger: Andrew Fraser December 31st, 2014 As I started taking a look back at 2014 in Korea, I initially thought it would be nice to do a piece for the end of the year that tied both good and bad events together as a replay of what happened this year.
Jeju is tranquil and simple, makes every tourist feel like they going back to that familiar hometown way off in the far far distance. Setting your footsteps on this beautiful and seductive land, you just can’t stop yourself from unconciously walking around all the famous places, feeling the wonderfulness of the windy hills and joining
In the land booming with technology, where smart phones are essential; that even a 5 year old kid has one, where the internet is the fastest and where everyday life is side by side with technology. That is what we call Korea. Before Instagram was famed for its photo status environment and Facebook slammed
I haven’t visited all over the world to know how easy it is to become a foreign celebrity in a foreign country. If anything, I know that I can’t become a foreign celebrity in Hollywood just because I am a foreigner. Having to live in various countries, I have not seen any possibility for a
Blogging is all about getting as many views as possible, and since I became what you might call a full time blogger I’ve been pondering what to write about in order to achieve that, and then suddenly yesterday it dawned on me; I have to write about celebrities that’s what’s going to make my views explode,
One evening, couple of weeks ago, my brother-in-law asked me if I wanted to be part of something his company was organizing. On Saturday they were going to help old and poor people by delivering charcoal. Of course I said “Yes”, but when he came last Friday, and reminded me it was the day after,
Do you know Songdo International Business District (SIBD) ? It is a new Smart City or Ubiquitous built from scratch on 1,500 acres of reclaimed land along Incheon’s waterfront. The city is claiming to be one of the most high tech cities in the world and one of the best new aerotropolises. It is still in the