Busan Fireworks Festival 2014…

One of my favorite parts about Korea is the plethora of festivals they have almost every weekend – that, and drinking-in-public being okay (encouraged, really). It’s like Vegas everywhere. Last month, Busan had it annual Fireworks Festival. However, at first I was skeptical to go to the event as I have seen fireworks before in

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Busan Global Gathering

Busan Global Gathering is an annual event organized by BIFA (Busan Foundation for International Activities) in autumn season at Busan Citizen Park near Bujeon Station. The purpose of the event is to bring all the foreign communities living in Busan together at same place and promote cultural and social exchange among them as well as with local Koreans. Presently, Korea Government

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Busan Kkangtong Night Market (부산깡통야시장)

Kkangtong night market is one of the top places that you must visit in Busan. This night market recently began starting in October of last year in 2013. However, the market itself has existed since 1910. Kkangton means ‘can’ in Korean. Apparently, the name is originated from the 625 Korean War when a lot of

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International Dating 101

Walking through the streets of Korea, one would be pressed to not see an occasional interracial couple walking hand and hand.  At one point in Korean history, this would have been almost impossible to see.  Even though there is still somewhat of a social bias against said relationships, they are abundant in their numbers.  Although

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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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Accommodation in Korea

Accomodation in Korea is various really. Here is brief introduction to what is available to you in Korea. As a foreigner in Korea, There is some affordable options for accommodation in Korea. Sharehouses (쉐어하우스) are becoming more common these days, due to the high number of internationals moving to Korea now either for study, travel or

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