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September 4, 2013
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10 Foreigner Bars in Seoul to Drink and Make Friends

If you’ve ever been to a Korean style bar, you know it’s not too easy to meet new people. Everyone is there with friends, and bar […]
April 2, 2013
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What it Means to Be Oppa, Unnie, Hyung, Noona (Older in Korea)

Depending on where you're from, the saying "age ain't nothing but a number" might ring true. But in Korea, it's a BIG number. Knowing someone's age will instantly let people know where they stand on the super hierarchical Korean respect scale. Instantly, they'll know how to act, how to speak and how to listen.
February 8, 2013
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How to Make Korean Friends in Korea

If you're traveling to Korea or living in Korea, you might feel a little lost and alone. What better way to cure your sorrows than to make local Korean friends! If you're wondering how you can make Korean friends while you're in Korea, we have a few meetup suggestions ;)
June 25, 2012
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Are Korean People Friendly? Talking to Strangers in Korea

If you're a foreigner in Korea, you'll definitely stand out, and you'll have a different experience of talking to strangers than what Koreans experience! Watch this video to see a few different examples of what you might experience if you're planning on making a few random friends on the street!