Diversifying entertainment in Seoul

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

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The Mountain of Samcheongdong

I often find myself to be lost. Not just in the poetic way but in the very real, physical, ”I’ve no idea where in the world I am” kind of way. Anyone who has ever been lost will now that it isn’t necessarily the greatest feeling, but that doesn’t mean that something good can’t come

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Gangwon Do Mountains, South Korea

For most visitors to South Korea, Seoul is as far as they go. And why not? Seoul is the heart of Korea. Forty eight percent of the Korean populous live in the Seoul capital area, making it the third largest urban area in the world. It’s big, it’s bright, and it never sleeps. But what

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The Great Chiakson Mountain

Like I have always said, I am a nature lover by heart, and anytime I get a chance to be close to it, I never miss the opportunity. If you were following my previous blogs you would remember that I am a city boy far away from mountains and beaches and to live around it has

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