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South Korean Christian Missionaries- Undercover Korean Rescue Operations

The Christians in South Korea, though a minority, are playing an important part in establishing solid grounds of their religious teachings. This is due to the fact that they are

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South Korean Cuisine

South Korean Cuisine South Korea’s history of being an independent country free from any dominance and influence of any other powerful nation is restored strongly within its cuisines. Cuisine reflects

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The Birth of the Olympic Village Tradition

Sports have always been popular, or let’s just say it has become more of a necessity than a habit in people’s lives to achieve fitness and health. Performing a sport

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The Symbolism of the Olympic Ceremonies

The Olympic Games are held every four years, with summer and winter games. It is a major worldwide event where every country desires to take part and be the best

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A visit to Pyeonchang

As a person living in Pyeonchang, South Korea, there are activities to keep one occupied. One such fun activity is Ocean 700, an indoor water park with technologically-advanced constructions on

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South Korean competition rewards doing absolutely nothing

Wow, did we just stumble upon something that we could possibly effortlessly excel at? Vice reports an interesting annual competition held in Seoul, South Korea, that involves participants sitting down

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The Seas of South Korea

The Seas of South Korea Geographically, the land of Korea is situated in such a manner that 3 of its sides are surrounded by ocean water. This explains the extensive

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Beer and Fried Chicken

Beer and Fried Chicken When people think about fish and chips, Britain will come into their minds spontaneously. Just like that, beer and fried chicken has become a new symbol

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Amateurism in the Olympics

Historically, when people used to watch the Olympics, they thought the athletes were playing for the sake of their country’s reputation. The audience may have been naïve back then, and

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An Urgency in Korea — Campus Violence

“I did think about asking my teachers and parents for help, but the people who bully me are so scary and I cannot escape from them,” Quan wrote in her

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