Pottery Date

Korea is a country that’s insanely couple friendly. Everything is done in pairs. There are even some restaurants that only allow you to order certain dishes with a minimum of two servings. Although this can be a huge pain if you’re single or just enjoy eating alone from time to time, you never run out

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Larva Themed Train in Seoul

I think Seoul has the best idea in capturing the hearts of its visitors. Ever since the implementation of “Tayo” buses project which gained a lot of attention from both foreigners and locals, or the young generation to the older generations, Seoul Mayor Park Won-Soon has once again worked together with Seoul Metro, in a

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Rubber Duck Project – The Final Tour

Would your childhood memories returns when you see a yellow rubber duck? Instead of a tiny rubber duck that kids usually plays with during their shower time, the well known inflated yellow duck has already arrived in Seoul on the 14th of October, and it’s said to be its final tour destination! Sponsored by Lotte Group

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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 Dreamy Beauty of Ewha Womans University

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

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Korean Thanksgiving – Chuseok

During mid of autumn, the hectic city of Seoul falls into a relatively hibernation. As locals celebrate one of the biggest festivals other than Seollal. If you closely followed the news and festivals, you might have heard about Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving, a time to share food and thank their ancestors for the great harvest. Chuseok is

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Great Wall of Seoul and Seoul City Museum

Did you know that Seoul has their very own Great Wall surrounding the city? Though incomparable to Great Wall of China, yet it stretched out at a distance as far as 18.6 kilometers. Seoul City Wall was damaged during the Japanese ruling era, but was recently, through restorations, once again is regaining its previous reputation

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How does housing system work in Korea?

For people who want to move to major cities in South Korea, looking for a place to live is not so easy. Based on the size of the country, it definitely could use more space. Unfortunately, the population is growing, but the land doesn’t grow proportionally. As expected, there are limited choices of places to

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