Get ready to learn all about one of my favourite holidays in Korea, the delicious Pepero Day. What is Pepero Day? It’s a whole day dedicated to sharing and stuffing your face with Korea’s popular biscuit-based snack, Pepero. Pepero Day in Korea is celebrated nationwide on November 11th, or 11/11, a date which is said to resemble four Pepero sticks standing upright.
This useful guide to exploring Naejangsan National Park will give you the best options for how to go to Naejangsan National Park – one of Korea’s fall foliage hotspots. It will also provide a brief overview of the sights, locations, attractions, and food available at Naejangsan and why you should definitely visit.
If you’re planning to make the excellent choice to move to Korea one day, then you’ve probably asked yourself this question. Do you actually need to actually learn Korean to live in Korea? Can you survive day-to-day without being able to speak what is, arguably, a very different language to many other languages in the world.