Category: Culture

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Let’s Learn Korean Traditional Instruments

I enjoyed watching Korean traditional music performance occasionally while traveling around Korea a lot! It’s quite different compared to Malaysian traditional music but kinda similar to Chinese or Japanese. Among the instruments, gayageum and haegeum are my favorites. One of the best performances that I watched was at Solleung Station where the artists...

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Happy Parents’ Day!

Hi everyone, It’s Parents’ Day! 어버이 날 Pictures courtesy of KoreaTimes Hope everything is going fine with life, love and health. I wanna wish every parent out there Happy Parents’ Day! Cause today, 8th May 2011 is the day for parents. I had celebrated the day back in 2010 with Min...

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New Year Celebration at Jonggak

If you are in Seoul now, you might want to be in Jonggak to join the crowd for new year’s eve celebration or either do any of the activities for year end suggested by KNTO. Be warned: The weather is icy cold and you gonna be oppressed, hemmed and crushed by the crowd!...

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South Korea v/s North Korea at it again.

I regret to put this kind of post in the blog. For once, I wish this act could stop. It alarmed everyone in the country and us, the innocent travellers who want to experience the beauty of Korea. Last night, I called my Korean friends worried about their condition but...

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Korean Poem

When I took the bullet train from Yongsan to Cheonan Asan; I found one beautiful Korean poem. Although I didn’t understand a single word at that moment but I was amazed at the beauty of Korean calligraphy. A month later, I met Mr Lee from Santisuk who is a serious learner...