As guests to this country, we need to adapt to the new culture not the other way round. The following may help us to understand how Korean people think in regard to their business relationships. THE DANGERS OF MIXING BUSINESS AND PLEASURE AND OF THINKING ONLY BUSINESS Western Culture = Never mix business with pleasure.
I have successfully settled in Korea. It took a lot of work to prepare many things to settle in more quickly, however the Arrival Store helped me with the last few important items needed. What is the Arrival Store? The Arrival Store is specifically designed to help foreigners move to Korea. Focusing on mainly
The Dreamy Beauty of Ewha Womans University Ewha Womans University (Korean: 이화 여자 대학교, Chinese: 梨花 女子 大 學校) is a private university for women locating in downtown Seoul, South Korea. Typically, Ewha Womans University only admits female students, with the exception of international male students participating in exchange programs and research programs of various
South Korea is known for it’s advances in technology, business, and urbanization over the last 50 years, but one thing I don’t believe South Korea gets enough credit for is the schooling system in the country. As someone who has studied at Korea University – one of the SKY, or top three, schools in Seoul,
As promised in my previous post, I will share with you today about how and what I use for self study. I apologize for taking a little while to write it. Basically, I am a full time employee with fixed office hours, the only time I could start studying is when I return home, or on the
Yonsei University (연세대학교) is a private research university located in Seoul, South Korea. As one of Korea’s three “SKY” universities, Yonsei was established in 1885, it is one of the oldest universities in South Korea. According to wikipedia, The student body consists of 38,725 students: 26,731 undergraduate students, 11,994 graduate students, 4,518 faculty members, 6,788 staff, and
Ever since theHallyu wave has became a global sensation, many people started recognizing South Korea and the Korean language. I came to learn the language like 7 to 8 years back, but that time I was still too young to know what is “keep going” and “don’t give up”. Back then, the Korean language classes
Well, being an international student in such a new country with different cultures must be very difficult. We don’t speaking the same language and we don’t have same manners and etiquette. Our taste buds aren’t that same too. During my stay in Korea, I had a lot of problems regarding what food is acceptable