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.
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.
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.