Category: WWOOF

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Looking Back at WWOOF after 5 years

Wwoofing has always been something that is very dear at my heart. I owe this farming spirit to my lovely father, Wak Jani and for me being a hard core anak Felda. Angkat buah kelapa sawit, pungut biji sawit itu perkara kecik je hehe. 5 years? Hmmm…not really accurate but...

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Wwoof in Jeju Island – Seonam Farm

Initially I was thinking to do couchsurfing but the couchsurf host did not reply me their contact details which made me switch to wwoofing instead. I paid only for membership registration of 1 year – 50,000 won and did my own host booking online – I saved 30,000 won and the hosts...

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Membership Registration for WWOOF Korea

After that unbelievable delicious tteokpokki lunch in Samcheongdong, Min Young and I went to WWOOF office near Anguk Station to re-register myself and new registration for Min Young. As you may know that the rules has changed now as per details in here. We walked after Anguk Station, exit 3 and...

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Wwoof Korea Membership Fee

Those who are interested to do Wwoof (Willing Workers of Organic Farm) in Korea, you may notice the changes in processing fee (Thanks to Jaja for the tip! ^^) Courtesy: Wwoof Korea Here is my correspondent with Wwoof Korea. Hi Wwoof Officer, I have registered for Wwoof on 2009 for...

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Reviews on Wwoofing in Korea

Despite some uncomfortable experiences that I encountered during wwoofing in Korea, I can’t stress enough how wwoofing has taught me about Korean culture and their lifestyle. The farming is unquestionably tiring but self-redeeming at the end of the day. As I’ll be going to Korea again, I can’t resist to wwoof....

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Ratana’s 100 Day Birthday

In Korea, 100 days always means something special. A feast is prepared for 100 day’s baby, a toast is shared between a couple, a family or colleagues gathered to congratulate an employee for being in the office for 100 days and etc. The 100 day is considered as surviving period...