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[Weekend Explorer] Looking for Summer Music Festivals in Korea? Look No Further!
Social media posts from music festivals make the popular summer events seem like mystical utopias, populated by flower-crowned women dancing in the sun,dazed listeners sprawling on blankets and pumped-up millennials bopping endlessly to the beat.
[Suwon Traveler] When You Feel Bogged Down by Work, Take a Walk at Gwangyo Lake Park
If you're feeling stressed out, and definitely feel the need to veg out the whole weekend and let your poor tortured soul rest, why don't you take a nice walk at the Gwanggyo Lake Park!
[Special Visitor at Digital City] Hiroshi Ishii - Tangible Bits & Radical Atoms
Hiroshi IshiiA special guest gave a lecture to the employees at VD division on April 24th, 2015. Hiroshi Ishii is a professor of Media Arts and Sciences, at the MIT Media Lab. He is the head of the Tangible Media group and an associate director of the lab and co-directs Things That Think(TTT) consortium.
[Cultural Trivia]12 Practical Chinese Characters to Know When Living in Korea
In Korea, Chinese Characters are still used quite often. Before Hangul(Korean alphabet) was created, Hanja - Characters borrowed from Chinese and incorporated into Korean language with Korean pronunciation - was mainly used in writing.
[Cultural Trivia] Funeral Customs in Korea
In Korea, it is considered customary to attend the funerals of co-workers or family members of co-workers. A rule of thumb to follow if you are unsure if you should attend or not is: if your other co-workers are attending, you should attend as well, even if you are not close with the family of the deceased.
[Cultural Trivia] Everything You Need to Know About Taxis in Korea
If you often find yourself out and about enjoying the nightlife in Seoul, you will undoubtedly know the feeling you get when you look at your watch and realize that all the subways and buses have stopped running. Don't despair though! In Korea, there will almost always be lines of taxis at nearly every corner waiting to offer a ride to customers who didn't make the public transportation curfew.