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Is there any way to bring NHLers to Pyeongchang in 2018? We present a solution

In a recent interview, Rene Fasel, the head of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) said that he is “more than sixty percent” sure that players from the NHL will

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Olympic Rings

The five Olympic rings are the symbol of the international Olympic Games, and there is quite a bit history behind them being the main symbol of the Games. An image

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Housing boom on Jeju Island

Jeju Island is the most popular sightseeing area in Korea, and it attracts many visitors daily. In the past few years, more and more Chinese visitors have come to Jeju

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Beaches in South Korea

Geographically, South Korea is situated in such a manner that three of its sides are surrounded by ocean. Over time, this helped develop the country’s extensive seafood cuisine and culture,

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Fishing and Boating in South Korea

Fishing is a rising popular sport in South Korea. Fishing tackle is available for different fish species, and due to fishing’s rising status, many tackle stores have been opened up

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A Visit to Pyeongchang

For someone living in or visiting Pyeongchang, South Korea, there are plenty of activities to occupy themselves with. One such fun activity is Ocean 700, an indoor water park with

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Hiking and Walking in South Korea

South Korea is a place filled with mountains, hills, valleys, and a beautiful countryside worth exploring. The best way to explore it is through hiking and walking, the former of which

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Hiking and Walking in South Korea

South Korea is a place filled with mountains, hills, valleys, and an exotic countryside worth exploring. The best way to explore it is through hiking and walking, the former of

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Manners in South Korea Part 2

Greeting manners: The traditional way to greet someone in South Korea is to bow to someone with your hands placed at your sides, while saying ‘hello’. As western culture is

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Manners in South Korea Part 1

Manners on social occasions: Names of Koreans are always made up of three Chinese characters, but pronounced in the Korean way. Different from English names, the last names of Koreans

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