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Forgotten art: Chinese ceremony in South Korea
After the walking along the boisterous streets of Seoul one wants to take it easy in a café drinking a cup of flavored tea, however, it never happens like that. Good teahouses are found out only near Buddhist monasteries or at the bohemian pedestrian street Insadon. Chinese ceremony in Korea that is incomparable with the rough schedule of offices and remaining the joy of wise people and privilege of the masters.
06.05.2019 | traditions, history, South Korea
South Korea: Gastronomical identity
Very hot, very thin, very tasty and very strong – this can be a short description of Korean national cuisine and local culture of alcohol consumption. Anar Rakhmetov, expert and analyst from Kyiv had lived and worked in South Kore for several years therefore he managed to delve deeply into peculiarities of national gastronomy.
05.02.2019 | food, South Korea
Incheon: Korean city of the future
Incheon is considered to be sea and air gateway to South Korea since it has one of the country's largest seaports and the most spacious, world-class airport in the region. The city is growing rapidly: within just a hundred years it developed from a modest port settlement to an ultramodern industrial and tourist hub.
24.04.2018 | travel, South Korea
Twelve guises of South Korea
Only dancing and wearing mask, Korean peasants were able to express their disgust towards rudeness or greed of the hosts or apply to some deity with extraordinary request. Keeping anonymity, the people played out the scenes from life, cried, and laughed. At the end of the performance the destiny awarded the good characters and punished villains.
04.04.2018 | art, traditions, South Korea
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