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Themed Cafes in Seoul

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Seoul could be known as the café capital soon, as its nearly impossible to walk an entire block without seeing a famous coffee chain such as Costa or Caffe Bene, but as new chain cafes seem to sprout from the ground, its closely followed by unique themed cafes that rely on their novelty to attract customers. This has led to…

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Fun Kimchi Facts

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It has been said by all Koreans that no meal is complete without a side dish of kimchi. This fermented Korean delicacy is created from cabbage, radishes and a range of spices and seasonings. While its pungent taste can be completely off-putting at first, those who continue to consume this red dish soon fall in love with its acquired taste. In…

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Things to do in Hong Kong When it Rains

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 While Hong Kong only experiences a few typhoons now and again when compared to other countries, when it does rain here, it pours! So of course the amount of fun things you can do during the rainy reason is significantly lowered! Here is a list of the most enjoyable things you can do inside to keep out of Hong Kong’s…

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Korean Couple Culture

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We all know that relationships can be difficult, but if you’re Korean there are a set of values you should follow if you’re in a relationship. So you’re in a relationship with a Korean or looking to eventually date a Korean, here is a rundown on Korean couple culture. Finding Someone If you’re single, you might struggle to find a…

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Korean Proverbs

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There are proverbs that are famous in every country, but don’t tend to be translated across languages very well. Elders and ancestors created proverbs for us to learn from their mistakes! Here are some of the most common proverbs in Korea, in of course Korean, with the literal meaning (which is sometimes hilarious!) and the real meaning! 호랑이도 제 말…

Places Open 24/7 in Seoul

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Seoul’s 10 million people have a variety of interests and sleeping habits. Because of this, there are plenty of places open 24/7 for both locals and visitors in Seoul. Whether you’re out partying late into the morning and need a place to crash or have a short stopover and want to get your money’s worth, there is plenty to do…

10 Classes in Korea you Should Take!

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If you’re living in South Korea or just planning a trip consider spending some of your time taking a class to learn something specifically Korean. Not only will it give you a cool new skill to show off in front of your friends, but you’ll also learn a lot about Korean culture in the process! Here is a list of…

Free Things to do in Hong Kong

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It is often argued that money is king in Hong Kong, so if you’re visiting or living there on a tight budget you’ll have a bad time and while money goes a long way in enjoying your time in Hong Kong there are actually a lot of enjoyable activities in the city that are free or the equivalent of pocket…

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Tate Britain

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The Tate Britain, former Tate Gallery, displays the world’s largest collection of British art, from the 16th century until the present days. The pieces of international modern art, are installed at Tate Modern. At the neighbour Clore Gallery there is a magnificent collection Turner Bequest, donated to the country by the great landscape painter J. Turner, in 1851. Clore Gallery…

Royal Observatory Greenwich

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Royal Observatory Greenwich – The meridian (0° longitude) that divides the Earth in the eastern and western hemispheres passes by here. Millions of visitors take pictures by placing a foot on each side. In 1884, Greenwich Mean Time became the basis for measuring the time for most of the world, in accordance to an important international agreement. The original building…