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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 […]

Festivities, Events, and Activities for March and April
Festivities, Events, and Activities for March and April

Start planning your weekends with these wonderful events and festivals in March and April. You could be interested in anything, and there is probably something happening regarding that. Korea is always filled with celebrations locally and/or nationwide for everyone to add some enjoyment in their life. Here is a list of festivals and activities that […]

Exploring the Themed Cafes of Edae
Exploring the Themed Cafes of Edae

Two cafes ? such as 보통 사람 (“The Average Person”) and Rain Tree ? give you a good overview of what you will discover in the Edae area. Edae ? a term used to refer to the area around Ewha Womans University as well as the university itself ? is one of the most famous […]

Takorea Mexican Grill Serves It Authentically
Takorea Mexican Grill Serves It Authentically

A Mexican grill that serves all of the authentic dishes that satisfies your Mexican cravings. Takorea Mexican Grill adds onto the development of cultural diversity in Korea. The restaurant is located in the heart of Daejeon and is run by Jacobo Olguin and his wife. Currently, Mexican restaurant in Korea have been changed into a […]

Eatery for Vegans in Korea
Eatery for Vegans in Korea

To all the vegans in Korea, Having difficulty trying to find places to eat? Although many Korean foods involve a great amount of vegetables vegans may still find it difficult to fill their stomachs with delicious goodies. Alien’s Day Out or The Plant is the place to go to get your tasty filling of vegan […]

Sulbing (설빙) Collaborates Two Worlds To One Dessert
Sulbing (설빙) Collaborates Two Worlds To One Dessert

Start your week sweet in Korea with Sulbing. Many of you know how much I have been raving about desserts. Well, I finally found the place that has combined all of my favorite things into ONE bowl. Drum roll please! S-U-L-B-I-N-G! The main ingredient they use is injeolmi which is a Korean traditional rice cake […]

There’s a New Sushi Guy on the Block
There’s a New Sushi Guy on the Block

Who can resist the rolls and sushi that keeps on flowing? Sushi is another one of my personal favorite types of food to eat. I actually have this bad habit of wanting to eat it every other week. I have been to all of the “famous” sushi restaurants around town. Shopping around downtown, I randomly […]

Realization About My Love for Korean Food
Realization About My Love for Korean Food

I’ve been living in Korea for about four years now and I have had Korean food for at least one of my meals throughout my stay. I never really got “bored” of “sick of” Korean food, but I thought I would never miss it. It has been almost a week since I have been back […]

New Ideas of Coffee for Warmer Winters
New Ideas of Coffee for Warmer Winters

  Coffee can’t get much more exciting than this. It’s not difficult to find a caf? when we walking on the streets. Many cafes have newly opened with their own unique tasteful coffee flavors or comfortable atmosphere and welcomed coffee lovers. Starting from Starbucks, lots of franchise cafes and small coffee shops have appeared. Many?people […]

Wolfgang Puck Is Just Plain Yuck!
Wolfgang Puck Is Just Plain Yuck!

Wolfgang Puck in Atlantic City, NJ at the Borgata Hotel does not meet up to the standards as?much as the prices show. This is my very first post on reviews! Yay! I am so excited but I can’t say the same for the restaurant that I ate last night. My girlfriends and I went to […]