All posts tagged Korean Culture

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    Korean Webtoons Revisited 2014
    February 17, 2014, No comments

    Back in 2011, we looked at several of Korea’s most popular webtoons as fun tools to learn Korean. Of course, the continuously popular webtoons from that list are still around: Wara! Store, Interfering with Everyday…

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    Date Like Koreans!
    February 14, 2014, No comments

     I’ve written several articles about emulating Korean popular culture, discussing trends such as selca, emoticons, and gwiyomi and featured writer Suzy Chung has schooled us in all things Korea with her “How…

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    Get Your Gwiyomi On!
    January 8, 2014, No comments

    Let’s add gwiyomi to the long list of things I enjoy about Korea but will never fully understand (including selca and cutesy emoticons). Gwiyomi is a Korean cuteness craze, sweeping everything from…

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    Food to Survive the Cold Winter: Tteokbokki
    January 7, 2014, No comments

    Tteokbokki, Korean rice cakes with fish cakes in spicy pepper sauce, is known to be a quick take-out snacks which you can buy from street stalls in Korea.  During the cold winter in Korea, tteokbokki is especially…

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    Gifts from Korea
    January 4, 2014, No comments

    First of all, I hope you spend some wonderful time with friends & family and hope you had dessert for breakfast at least once.And secondly, guess who’s visiting rainy Belgium for a month? That’s right,…

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    Crazy Multiply at Yogiga
    December 24, 2013, No comments

    This July I had the chance to participate in an artshow organised by CrazyMultiply. This project was founded by Olivia McNair, Laura MacDonald and Amy Smith. If you were curious for more you’re at the right place.…

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    Red Bean Porridge (Patjuk) during Winter Solstice
    December 22, 2013, No comments

    Winter Solstice (Dongji, 동지), is celebrated on the day of the year when daylight hours are the shortest. This day usually takes place between 20 to 22 December of the solar calendar. Starting from this day, the days…

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    Preparing Your Korean Wedding
    December 13, 2013, No comments

    For those of you dreaming of your Korean wedding, here’s a small planning guide to your future wedding based on my own experiences planning my wedding this fall.   Type of ceremony: The trend these days…