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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The What’s what of Hongdae

So Anyone who has been to Seoul, old or young has been to Hongdae at some stage of their trip and knows the what’s what of Hongdae. It’s a student area for sure but has something for everyone . Clubs, Pubs, Restaurants and even Cat Cafes. You wanna pet some cats while sipping on some

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Interview with an English Teacher in Korea

So, The first interview with an English teacher in Korea who taught at Songjeong Middle School in Gwangju as part of the Epik Program. After sitting doing for a quick interview with Mr. Eugene Bible, who to his students that he taught for 1 year goes by the affectionately given nickname “Eugene Teacher”. What it

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Busan Vagrance

Busan(부산) is one of those place I hold dear to my heart when I think of Korea. It’s got everything I want If I were to live here forever in Korea. Nice calm relaxing vibe to the city, people are chilled out and smiling, very friendly too. Beautiful sites and attractions and the food has

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ToSokChon

ToSokChon( 토속촌) is simply amazing. It’s one of those restaurants in Seoul that is never without a queue outside waiting to eat it delectable  samgyetang( 삼계탕). If you ask what makes this place so special. It has a special story related to a previous president of Korea and the soup is mouthwatering. The soup made with

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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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