Just like other countries across the world, South Korea has its own holidays and traditions. Some of you may already be familiar with a few of them, but there are
Who's ready for the holiday season? Even in the warmer months, I've always looked forward to Christmas as it reminds me of being with my family back home in the
List of words in this inforgraphic: 연필 (yeon-pil) = pencil 지구본 (ji-gu-bon) = globe 계산기 (gye-san-gi) = calculator 펜 (pen) = pen 공책 (gong-chaek) = notebook 가방 (ga-bang) = bag/backpack 지우개 (ji-u-gae) = eraser 책 (chaek) = book 가위
I've been living in Korea for a little over 7 years now and I often get asked by friends and family to bring them back Korean gifts when I visit
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lf9ri497tJA We really enjoyed eating this and Hyo enjoyed torturing me with the chicken radish. Check out the vid and subscribe if you haven't already!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=veKheYU6ryY So this is the first episode in our new series in which we venture to try every Korean food possible (from our Korean food poster). First up is the lesser
These are the common and casual ways of what roughly translates to good luck in Korean. Some Korean books explain these really well. You have probably heard "화이팅" (also sometime