Boryeong Mud Festival

  The Boryeong Mud festival is, um, just that:  a festival with a lot of mud.  When I say a lot, I mean that there is enough to swim in and paint tens of thousands of people, literally!  This event takes place in the summer time and lasts for about 10 days.  Starting very recently,

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Learning Korean

Thinking of learning Korean? What better way to experience a culture or society than to learn the language?  If there is a way, I can hardly think of it.  For many, the difficulty in learning a whole new unrelated language and the hours required, are outweighed by the fact that most people foreigners will only

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Superstitions in Korea

Even though individuality is what I always believe in , there is no denial that we have always been and will be associated with our ancestors and history where we were born . We all have futures. We all have pasts. We all have stories and we give up our backs and allow religious myths

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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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Gyeongpo Beach : More than a beach to me

More than a Beach I believe. This is what I experienced in reality when I went to Gyeongpo Beach , also called as the East beach in Korea, being located to the East-most. I am a city boy from the capital city of New Delhi , India and beaches and mountains are far far away. It

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Some Top Tips for Living In Korea

This time around, I’ve got some top tips for living in Korea. From Food to little known but very useful tidbits that will make your trip or living experience much more enjoyable and not so mind spinning. Learn how to hold chopsticks! Yeah I said it, It’s an obvious tip for sure. But you probably

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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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Korea’s Many Delicious Foods

Korean food might not have the exquisite and perfected design like Japanese food. Nor has it the large variety that Chinese cuisine offers. But it certainly has something to it that fascinates travellers from all over the world. The first the new arrivals should learn is ‘Kimchi‘, since this already takes half the space of

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