The Three ‘Jangs’ of Korean Cuisine

Youn Seng Min Hello guys and girls! Another great week I hope. As we are nearing the end of the semester I have started paying for the crimes of my proscrastinations past. I really hope that I will eventually stop procrastinating. I am really looking forward to not having to deal with the three-hour commute […]

Various experiences at the National Palace Museum of Korea

Nam InHan I have been to the Gyeongbok Palace with many new students. But no one knew of the National Palace Museum next to it which is close to exit 5 of the Gyeongbok Palace Station on Line 3. A week ago, I visited the National Palace Museum and thought that perhaps new international students […]

Gmarket: A Gateway to the Online Shopping Hub in Korea

Lee Jung Shopping is always delightful. Thanks to the well-established e-commerce markets and fast parcel services in Korea, we as customers enjoy convenient online shopping. The mobile applications e-commerce companies offer are so handy and easy to use that combined with mobile payment services such as Samsung Pay or Kakao Pay, the whole process of […]

Korean ways of enduring hot summer

Kim Min Jung Even though it’s only May now, it’s been getting hotter and hotter. The temperature of Summer in Korea is usually over 30 degrees Celsius and sometimes it reaches 40. So, some of you will be worried about how to survive during this scorching summer. But don’t you worry! For today’s article is […]

Anju – What to Drink and What to Eat

Youn Seng Min  Hey guys and girls! I hope you’ve had another wonderful week. Me? I’m still trying to get over the fact that I may have to retake a course next semester due to a horrible exam score. At least I get to retake the course. All’s well that ends well right? Today I’d […]

Korean Baseball Culture

Kim Min Jung Do you know that a lot of Koreans love baseball? I also like watching baseball and I’m fan of Samsung Lions, one of the teams in the Korean baseball league. There are ten teams, each supported by big corporations in Korea and regions where they have their home-stadiums. There are three teams, […]

The Korean Demilitarized Zone

Lee Jung As most of you are well aware, the political and diplomatic complications between South and North Korea are still on-going. Korea is the one of the only two divided nations in the world, along with Cyprus. Since the Korean Civil War and the Armistice Agreement, which put an end to the war, the […]

Cafés with Unique Concepts in Korea

Nam InHan There are cafés all over Korea. Some, however, are quite unique and will provide you with an experience that you won’t be able to obtain anywhere else. Let me introduce a few of my favorite spots! Cartoon cafés   In a cartoon café, you can spend your time reading cartoons or novels. There […]