Korea has four different seasons. Even though I don't really like the hot, I like having 4 seasons. (Spring,Summer,Autumn,Winter)
Korean people use their own language, Hangeul, which is different from the English alphabet. It is considered a very scientific alphabet. So, It was designated as National Treasure in UNESCO's Memory of the world!
Noraebang are almost as common as restaurants in South Korea. At Noraebang, people can sing songs from all over the world. Whenever we have free time, like after exams are finished, we go to a singing room and let off steam.
Ewha Womans University is not only one of the top schools for women in Korea, but it is also a destination for the shoppers of Seoul in search of a good deal. This giant pink shoe, located opposite the entrance of the university, is a landmark that embodies the shopping spirit of the neighborhood.
This is a Japanese restaurant in Seorae Village. Seorae Village is very French but after it became a popular date destination, this village transformed into an international neighborhood. It's easy to find various international foods and dishes in this area. How to get there: Subway - Express Bus Terminal Stn. (Line 3, 7 & 9, Exit 5) walk 10 mins
"Korea- themed vacation condos" Bit weird, but I feel like this is something I would do XD
The Rose Garden at Seoul Land was created around the lake of Seoul Grand Park. The Rose Festival is held here every year from July to August. To get there: Go through Exit 2 of Seoul Grand Park Station (Seoul Subway Line 4). For more information, visit the Seoul Land website: http://eng.seoulland.co.kr/eng/general/general05_01.html
Cafe Duck Butt is a korean run karaoke bar, that serves up some spectacular korean food. They are known for their watermelon soju, which comes in a half watermelon! Private karaoke rooms are available, but reservations are recommended.
Onggi, Korean earthenware pots, were once used in the fermentation process and storage of kimchi (fermented vegetables), duengjang (fermented bean paste), and gochujang (chili pepper paste). While some still use them for this purpose, they are also used as decorative pieces in restaurants, homes, and residential neighborhoods.