A Chorus of Mustangs – Lower-league Soccer in Korea

Although the sports scene in Korea is more or less dominated by baseball most people are aware that Koreans also have a keen interest in football (or soccer depending on which side of the Atlantic you call home) and a relatively popular professional league of a good standard – the K-League. Few, if any, Koreans

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Seasons of Love

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.

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What Korean coins and banknotes tell us…

What Korean coins and banknotes tell us… Do you know the meaning of images on South Korean coins and banknotes? 1 won: Mugunghwa (무궁화) – National flower of South Korea. 5 won: Turtle Boat (거북선) – type of boat used in the naval battle against Japan in the 16th century. 10 won coin: Dabota Tower

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Dopple-Ganger Fashion in Korea

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

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Red Velvet : Soft, Feminine, Yet Strong

SM Entertainment, led by Lee Soo Man, debuted 4 young girls who were before known as the parts of SM Rookies ( pre-debut team ). These young girls, Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, and Joy, were trained for around 3 – 5 years then finally united to be in a new girl band. Seulgi is the first

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What beef means to Koreans…

It is a well-known fact that languages do reflect on its culture and history. In Korea, beef has the symbol of wealth. Especially, for older generations, beef has been the food that they used to long for in the olden days because it wasn’t easy to buy in the 60s and 70s. In 1970, average

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