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What are you craving for? Here is Oreo O’s cereal with Marshmallow

What are you craving for? Here is Oreo O’s cereal with Marshmallow

Oreo O’s were a Post breakfast cereal that was first launched in 1998, but canceled in the United States, sometime in the mid 2000s, presumably because once people had a bowl they stopped buying any other Post cereal. While not available for purchase in the United States, Oreo O’s are [...]

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Visit South Korea’s Sungnyemun Gate

Visit South Korea’s Sungnyemun Gate

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How to take a good self-camera picture like Korean girls

How to take a good self-camera picture like Korean girls

Probably you will find something in common. That’s true. The camera is taking a picture of a person a little from above, diagonally. Korean women often take picture of themselves from this angle, and they look much prettier that way. Their eyes look bigger, and their faces look more slim [...]

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May: A Family Month in Korea

May: A Family Month in Korea

May is often called “Family Month” in Korea for a reason. Each year, Children’s Day falls on May 5th, Parents’ Day on May 8th, and Teachers’ Day is every May 15th. Although these holidays are generally inspired by foreign traditions, honoring family and education is indigenous to Korea.

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Let’s eat Korean snack!

Let’s eat Korean snack!

Do you know Korean snack? If you want to know about Korean snack, view this video!

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Pajeon(파전; Korean Fancake) & Makgeolli(막걸리)

Pajeon(파전; Korean Fancake) & Makgeolli(막걸리)

You might see some strange thing on rainy day. Everybody says they will drink Makgeolli. Do you know Makgeolli? It is a korean traditional brewing grain wine. It tastes good! Foreigners like Makgeolli, too! Its sweet taste kills me. There are also many different tastes depends on ingredients like chestnut, [...]

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Introducing Sungryemun, a new era of hope

Introducing Sungryemun, a new era of hope

Do you know Sungryemun? It is one of the Eight Gates in the Fortress Wall of Seoul,South Korea, which surrounded the city in the Joseon Dynasty. The gate is located in Jung-gu between Seoul Station and Seoul City Plaza, with the historic 24-hour Namdaemun market is next to the gate.

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Why South Korean people don’t care about war?

Why South Korean people don’t care about war?

Few days ago one of my foreign friend ask me about “Your country is about to breakout the wars between South Korea and North Korea and why people so quiet?” He ask me about “Why? South Koreans also quiet and they don’t care about it.”

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What does Nuna means?

Let’s talk about nuna. Nuna is younger man call his older female friends or between the relationship younger boyfriend call their older girlfriend. So like a younger girl friend call their older boyfriend oppa in Korea, younger man call their older boyfriend nuna. It sounds so cute, too!

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Do Korean High Schools work their students to death?

Do Korean High Schools work their students to death?

People who like Korean dramas often ask, “Do Korean High School students really study that intensely? The answer is that they study even more intensely than you think. It is so intensive, that some students even choose to commit suicide because of the stress. The Education system in Korea is [...]

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Why do Korean people live with their parents?

Why do Korean people live with their parents?

Korea is a relatively small country. Based on size Korea ranked 108th among 200 countries. The size of Korea is 1/170 the size of Russia, 1/95 the size of the USA and China and 1/4 the size of Japan. But Korea’s population is huge. Korea has a population of 50,000,000people, [...]

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The spread of Korean vocabulary words through the Korean wave

The spread of Korean vocabulary words through the Korean wave

Just 10 years ago Korea was a frontier country, So most people did not even know the word안녕하세요(annyeonghaseyo; hi). However, with the help of the Korean wave, Korean vocabulary has started to spread around the world. Lets take a look at some representative examples.   1. Aegyo (애교) Aegyo means: [...]

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What do Korean, Japanese and Chinese people think of each other?

What do Korean, Japanese and Chinese people think of each other?

It is a question that I often hear from westerners. “Why do Korean people dislike Japan and China?   Actually, it’s not only Korea. Statistically, on average, all three countries dislike each other. Let’s take a look at the photo below. In this graph, it shows how much each country on [...]

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Psy’s new song ‘Gentleman’ song, lyrics and English translation

Psy’s new song ‘Gentleman’ song, lyrics and English translation

Psy released his new song entitled “Gentleman.” Here are the song, lyrics, and English translation via kpopstarz.com.   Gentleman lyrics (and English translation) Ah~!알랑가몰라 왜 화끈해야 하는건지 (I don’t know if you know why it needs to be hot)알랑가몰라 왜 말끔해야 하는건지 (I don’t know if you know why it [...]

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Why do Korean people get circumcised?

Why do Korean people get circumcised?

Circumcision is the surgical removal of the foreskin from the male penis. It is a surgical procedure that removes the gray section in the picture below.   The majority of Korean men get circumcised More than 90% of Korean men get circumcised. So when foreign men go to a sauna [...]

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Chopsticks in Korea, China and Japan : Why koreans use metal chopsticks?

Chopsticks in Korea, China and Japan : Why koreans use metal chopsticks?

Korea, China and Japan all use chopsticks. But, the chopsticks that they use are all a little bit different. Japan: Chopsticks in Japan are relatively short and have sharp tips. They use wooden chopsticks. China: Their chopsticks are long and thick. They mainly use wooden chopsticks, however plastic chopsticks are [...]

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Why do Korean people ask about blood types?

Why do Korean people ask about blood types?

It’s a question that foreigners ask me a lot: “Why are Korean people curious about other people’s blood types?” ‘Psychology based on blood type’ is popular in Korea. The basic idea of this theory is that each blood type has a special personality associated with it. Here are some basic [...]

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Average face of celebrities (Korea / Japan / China)

Body trait of Korean man and woman

North East Asians share some similar features in appearance but there are also differences as well. Korean people also have their own unique features. Lets’ find out what some of these features are.   1.  Korean people tend not to have double eyelids, and their noses are usually low. This [...]

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When Korean traditional instrument Gayageum meets Wester music

When Korean traditional instrument Gayageum meets Wester music

The gayageum is a traditional Korean instrument. It is very hard to play because it must be played with the fingers, but the gayageum’s strings are very hard, so the gayageum usually makes the player’s fingers bleed. It hurts players more than a guitar but its sound is very beautiful. [...]

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Let’s make Korean Ramen

Let’s make Korean Ramen

Today we are going to introduce one of Korea’s representative dishes… Ramen. Ramen is not a traditional Korean food, but following the entrance of instant ramen in the 1960’s Korea has now become the world largest producer of instant ramen. Korea not only produces a large amount, but there is [...]

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