Gochang Barley Field Festival 2015

Gochang Green Barley Field Festival has been going on for almost a month now, and if you have yet to see this lush green barley field, you still have some time before the event is over on the 10th May 2015. Every April, this event is held among the beautiful green barley fields of Gochang-gun. Gochang

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2015 Korea Ceramics Festivals

The earliest origins of ceramics are found in Czechoslovakia and it is one of the most ancient industries on the planet. Once humans discovered that clay could be dug up and formed into objects by first mixing with water and then firing, the industry was born. While Korean ceramics has been found as earliest as

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2015 Rose Festival in Korea

Spring is a season of flowers, blooming with different sizes and shapes, brightly yet colorfully presented to human eyes, not to even mention about the sweet scents. Being able to see such romantically bloomed flowers with your own eyes every year is just a blessing. Not sure about you guys out there, but for me,

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Common Ground – Konkuk University

Winter has gone by, and spring has been creeping out slowly from its bed, so as to the spring flowers and warm weather. But, other than spring is here, do you know that there is a new shopping center in Seoul by Kolon Industries FnC, which is also a leading fashion business corporation in Korea?

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Cat Cafes: 청춘 고양이

I’m definitely, 100%, a dog person. I LOVE dogs of every breed shape and size, but to be honest… occasionally I have an itch that only a cat can scratch. While I don’t think I could ever be a cat owner I do think they’re pretty cute. I like the rumbling vibrations that seem to

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Good Eats: Daegu Edition

Looking for good eats in Daegu? Here are some favourite restaurants and cafes suggested by some expats who live in the fourth largest city in Korea, all in one article! It includes places to go for all of your meals – breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert; there is something for everyone. Sometimes homesickness comes on

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Diversifying entertainment in Seoul

Economic success of South Korea rests upon many things, and most notably – devastating working culture of Koreans. According to OECD statistical extracts from 2008, Korean people work the longest hours among all the other member countires. This of course affected a lot how people tend to relax here. For instance, Hankuk University students are famous for their weekly

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