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Ancient Olympic Games

The Olympics have been around since 700 BC. The Games were dedicated to Zeus, a Greek god, and were held every four years. Even today, this tradition holds, as the

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Pyeongchang: the host city of the 2018 Winter Olympics

Pyeongchang is a culturally symbolic city that is marked as the host of the 2018 Olympics. It is located in the Taebaek mountains region in South Korea, near the Sea

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Election Process of the 2018 Olympic Games

The Winter Olympics 2018 have been officially announced and scheduled to take place in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The host country was officially announced on July 6, 2011. After initial losses

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Olympic Games 2018: Venues and Preparations

Losing the previous two bids in 2010 and 2014, South Korea has finally emerged victorious by earning the opportunity to host the 2018 Winter Games. Pyeongchang will be hosting the

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Nightlife in South Korea

The Night Comes to Life: Dongdaemun Night Market The exit to the Dongdaemun station opens the doors to the colorful and bustling street at night. As the night grows young, it

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Olympic Athletes – What Makes Them So Fit?

Olympic athletes maintain their diets with the same intensity as they do their training. Read to find out more about four Olympic athletes representing the U.S. in the Olympics, and

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South Korean Sports

The South Korean people take part in and enjoy a wide variety of sports. The success and advancement of South Korea in recent times has resulted in major international sporting

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The Koreans who televise themselves eating dinner

How do you fancy eating your dinner at home in front of a webcam and letting thousands of people watch? If they like the way you eat, they will pay

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South Korea’s Biggest Companies

10. SK Hynix Market cap: $16.4 billion Price-Earnings Ratio, P/E: NA SK Hynix, formerly known as Hynix Semiconductor, is the world’s second largest memory chipmaker. 9. Shinhan Financial Group Market

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Busan, South Korea’s ‘city of tomorrow’, is most interesting for its past

As a rare piece of territory not captured by the North during the Korean War, Busan offers a vibrant contrast to Seoul’s modernity. So why are former residents so dismissive

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