How much do you know about South Korea beyond K-Pop, BBQ, and the odd conflict with North Korea? Korea is a diverse country with a rich history and deep culture that has grown to become a must-see destination. With these 50 South Korean culture facts you’ll gain amazing insights into the culture of Korea, the Korean people, life in Korea, food, history, traditions, and lots more.
If you’ve ever thought about where, when, or how to go hiking in Korea, then this Korean hiking guide is going to help you so much. Whether you’re a novice hiker looking for a gentle stroll through leafy valleys, or a keen hiking enthusiast looking for the next big challenge, these tips will help you avoid problems and enjoy more.
Here’s a list of the 50 most amazingly unique Korean experiences that you’ll absolutely want to add to your South Korea bucket list. From dressing up in traditional hanbok clothes and visiting hanok houses, to sitting down with some ramyeon noodles and watching the cherry blossoms, there are many novel ways to spend your time in Korea.
Thinking about spending 1 week on Jeju Island in winter? Want to plan your perfect Jeju winter itinerary but not sure what there is to do in this season? Not sure if winter is a good time to visit Jeju Island? I want to share my 1 week Jeju Island winter itinerary with you so you can see why winter is still a great time to visit this Natural Wonder of the World.
Are you ready to embark on an adventure of learning, experience, development, and self discovery? Want to know what to expect and how your life could change through an EPIK teaching experience? Not sure if EPIK is right for you? Then this article has you covered with a comprehensive review of the highs and lows of the EPIK experience.
Ever thought about making the move to Korea to start the EPIK life teaching English to Korean students but not sure what it’s like? Not sure if the EPIK life is for you and something you’d be able to jump into? I hope to answer those questions, and give you my personal insights into like working, teaching, and living in Korea – somewhere I’ve called home since 2015.