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The Water Olympic Challenge at Asia’s Largest Water Sports Lake
The Water Olympic Challenge at Asia’s Largest Water Sports Lake

Anticipating the summer in Korea? Want to jump into some cool water to start it off? Well look no further! We have an amazing day planned for you guys on June 18th. Our first Water Olympic Challenge and it is going to be spectacular with so many different things to do. Bring your friends and family, […]

Chopstickswide Job opening for E-2, E-7 and F visas in Daegu
Chopstickswide Job opening for E-2, E-7 and F visas in Daegu

Job Title: Online Promotion Manager/ English Editor Company: Chopstickswide Job Introduction: Chopstickswide is a company in Daegu that focuses on traveling and events for foreigners living in Korea. They are currently seeking to hire an Online promotion manager/ English editor. Qualifications: -Will need your Diploma (that is related to promotion, marketing or editing) and employment references […]

Earth Day Scavenger Hunt April 24th 2016.
Earth Day Scavenger Hunt April 24th 2016.

Daegu Earth Day Scavenger Hunt ———————————————————— Grand prize of    600,000 Won!!!! Race against the clock navigating through Downtown Daegu to complete 100 missions in 90 minutes! You will work together with your team (maximum of 5 people) to complete this picture scavenger hunt for the grand prize of 600,000 won! The rules are simple. Utilizing your […]

Daegu Car Free Saturday, Sept. 19th
Daegu Car Free Saturday, Sept. 19th

Around the world, September 22nd is recognized as World Car Free Day. A day when motorists are encouraged to give up their cars for a day. In the spirit of this, on this Saturday, Sept. 19, we are actively seeking participants to travel through central Daegu on eco-friendly electric wheels and scooters. A free experience to […]

Typhoon Neoguri expected to give Korea a pass
Typhoon Neoguri expected to give Korea a pass

Current forecasts indicate that Typhoon Neoguri will veer northeast and with the exception of Jeju, the Korean peninsula will not be largely affected by the powerful storm, however, forecasters indicate that it still appears to look quite delicious.

Mobilizing Korea’s Expat Community for Vaccine Awareness

An expat-operated video production company and a team of expat actors in Korea have teamed up with Korea’s International Vaccine Institute to create this amazing video that dares you to look away. For more info, check out this insightful post from a leading expat blogger in Korea.

Modern Korea in Cheongwadae Sarangchae
Modern Korea in Cheongwadae Sarangchae

Cheongwadae Sarangchae is filled with joy and stories of hope.    Opened on January 5, 2010, Cheongwadae Sarangchae is a multi-purpose exhibition hall where visitors can learn about the past, present and future visions of Seoul and Korea. The museum is a place to get to know the lives and accomplishments of former Korean presidents […]

Masks of Andong Hahoe Folk Village
Masks of Andong Hahoe Folk Village

Haehoe Village is the home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan and is well-known for its traditional houses. Hahoe mask dance drama has been performed for centuries as a village ritual. In 1928, the shaman rituals were performed at intervals of every three, five or sometimes ten years. This all depended on the […]

What Happened This Week?
What Happened This Week?

Read about what in Korea this week (May 25 – 30, 2014) National: –       KBS Workers Strike Unionized workers of KBS, a broadcasting company, went on an indefinite strike on Thursday. These workers are battling against the CEO in an intensifying row over the executive’s alleged political meddling in news production. Two labor unions of […]

What happened this week?
What happened this week?

Read about what happened in Korea this week (Week of May 19 – 23, 2014) National: –       North Korea Fires Two Artillery Shells On Thursday, North Korea fired two artillery shells 150 meters from a South Korean patrol ship operating near the Northern Limit Line. South Korea immediately fired back. Luckily, there were no casualties. […]