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Cheap and free things in Korea
Moving to Korea seem like an expensive decision, though you get paid with air ticket. Resisting the temptation to turn every day into a shopping spree can be challenging when virtually every street is lined with clothing and beauty stores, restaurants and cafes. For those of us living on a budget it is easy to feel restricted, but here are some tips to use.& . . .
What's Korean Teen's food culture? Many Korean teenagers enjoy digging up for some food and they dare to ask you to buy some, sometimes. I will tell you about school cafeteria, snack shop, and most of all, chicken! Firstly, school meals. Most school provide well-organized meal at least one or twice . . .
Something you wish you had known before coming to Korea
Cell phones are generally on contracts People imagined that they would be able to get a simple pay-as-you-go phone in Korea as they wouldn't use it too often. However, getting a paid phone is hard thing to do. You might end up getting to sign up a contract even if you plan to come out with your own phone. Many are told by either . . .
7 useful must-have apps for your smart phone in Korea
They will help you out from uncomfortable situations. As a mobile-driven society, Korea has developed an impressive number of amazing apps that make your lives so much easier on a daily basis. Many are dependent on their phones as to everything. 1. KakaoTalk App KakaoTalk is an absolute must-have as everyone has this app in K . . .
Sick in Korea? Don't worry!
It is perfectly fine for you to go to hospital once you have an insurance coverage which will be provided through your contractor. Korean health insurance is fairly well designed with minimum charge. Korea has one of the most modern and developed healthcare sectors in Asia. It has numerous medical facilities, both public and private, that provide first . . .
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