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.
Jjimjilbang, once merely a curious observation of Korean culture by non-locals, have steadily grown in popularity and acceptance in recent years with global celebrities and non-Koreans alike among the latest fans. Its popularity boom is to the point that it’s not unusual now to find one or two in many major cities around the world. But even though
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
These days I am preparing for my move to Korea. Recently, I obtained a D4 visa. A D4 visa is for general training, which means this will be the kind of visa you want to apply for when taking a university-run language program. If you want to study in Korea to improve your Korean language
So far, we’ve taken a look at how to make some savings at your local mart and through your mobile carrier and examined ways you can cut down on your heating bill during the winter season, now let’s see how you can eat and drink out without costing you an arm and a leg! Whether you’ve had
Continuing on in the stretch your won series, this post will examine ways you can help cut down on your heating bills during the freezing and often bone-chilling Korean winters. Don’t be left both broke and freezing this winter! Cutting Down on Your Heating Bill During Winter Assess a Potential House to Move in For All Four
Rice and Kimchi! The essence of the Korean kitchen, the quintessential stable foods on which the country is built, there’s no home without these two that are almost as inseparable as Siamese twins. For most, if not all Koreans rice and kimchi make up the stables of their diet, and if you happen to be
If you’re one of the many who resolved to get through the new year making better financial and economic choices you may have already encountered a number of unexpected setbacks. Perhaps the winter’s early arrival brought about a major spike in your heating bill or maybe you’re mentally cursing at your inebriated state over the weekend after