Valentine’s Day in the U.S., S. Korea Differences in our chocolate-giving customs

The United States, famous for its Christian heritage, started celebrating Valentine’s Day probably as early as the 1700s. The holiday gets its name from...

K-Hip Hop: the Next Trend for the K-Wave

If you have heard of the Hallyu Wave, you might associate the term with K-Pop or K-Dramas; such popularity travels overseas as it gains...

Traffic lights for the pedestrian with a nose in a smartphone

This December, traffic lights with installed special lights appearing on the streets to direct smartphone users will arrive in Sydney, Australia. The Guardian reported that the New South...

Traffic lights for the pedestrian with a nose in a smartphone

After increased "smartphone zombie" pedestrian deaths in Germany and Australia, LED lights have been placed on the streets to create footpaths for dedicated phone users. This December, traffic lights with installed...

May is the Month of Gratitude in Korea

May is a month of gratitude in South Korea, as it has separate holidays to show appreciation for parents, children and teachers. It is...

Counting Down for the New Year in Korea

  Another year has come. January 1st, the first day of the year, carries significant meaning to everyone around the world, signalling a new beginning,...

A new take on taekwondo and its performance

There is a shift taking place in the taekwondo world. The ancient martial art, typically associated with technique, athletic discipline and footwork, is slowly making...

Having More Than One Passion Leads to Greater Life Satisfaction

Contrary to the common belief that having one hobby that you have a flaming passion for would be more satisfying than having smattering knowledge...

Things You Need To Have In Car In Case Of Emergency

Accidents can happen to anyone, anytime without any notice. For the past 12 years, FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency) have been informing the nation...

Statue of Peace to Travel Seoul by Bus to Commemorate ‘Comfort Women’

The Statue of Peace, which symbolizes the victims of sexual slavery by the Japanese imperial military during World War II, is to travel around...

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