The Korea Observer recently published this article, listing the ‘Top eight reasons why expats love Korea.’ The list was as follows: Price of Food Nightlife and Music Mountains and Hiking Safety/ Lack of Crime Internet Technologies Public Transport Respect Festivals and Events You might not agree with all of these, but the list proves that
A few days ago, at 1am, I suddenly found myself with severe cravings for Japanese style ramen. I tried to suppress them, but failed miserably, and thus I found myself walking the streets around Sinchon station in an attempt to find a place that could satisfy my cravings while the icy wind threatened with hypothermia.
If you’re here reading this article, chances are you’re fairly new to the expat community like me or you’re planning to become one in the near future. While this site is aimed at Expat’s currently living in Korea, it is becoming a great resource for those hoping to make the transition to living in Korea
Have you ever heard of a word jjimjjilbang ( 찜찔방 ) ? Yes, it’s a place for you to relax your mind and body by taking a bath at the sauna. First, I was so interested of having my first jjimjjilbang experience when my friends invited me to stay over there after having party all
Since I stepped my feet in Korea for the first time, I really hoped that I could visit this famous island. Yeah, Nami Island is famous for its romantic situation because popular Korean drama, Winter Sonata, was filmed there. Nami Island is located outside Seoul, or exactly in Gangwon-do. So to go there, I had