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Cherry blossoms have begun to bloom in Jeju, the queen of spring flowers. The magnolia, which bloomed in full bloom, began to shed its leaves little by little, and it is simply a perfect spring with the help of forsythia blossoms. On February 23, the Jeju city government canceled the 22nd Jeju King Cherry Blossom...
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Cherry Blossom
A string of blossom festivals that symbolize the onset of spring in South Korea have been canceled this year amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak here. The city of Changwon, South Gyeongsang Province, said last week that it will cancel this spring’s Jinhae Gunhangje Festival, originally set to begin on March 27. It was the first...
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BTS Billboard
K-pop superstar BTS won the grand prize at this year’s Seoul Music Awards for the third year in a row. At the award-presenting ceremony at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul on 30th night, the septet received the highest honor for “Map of the Soul: Persona,” released in April last year. But BTS did not attend...
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Lunar New Year’s Day, or Seollal, is one of the two biggest holidays in Korea and falls on Jan. 25 this year. A Korea.net staff writer picked the following keywords to show the differences in how South and North Korea celebrate Seollal based on the Ministry of Unification’s website for information on the North. #...
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Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival
While the timing of spring flower blooming is accelerating due to climate change, Changwon, South Gyeongsang Province, has decided to move up the timing of hosting the “Jinhae Gunhangje Festival” from 2020. Jinhae Gunhangje Festival is one of Korea’s most popular annual spring festivals. In addition, the city plans to drastically enhance “killer contents” using...
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As Koreans halt operations and leave on an exodus for their hometowns for the Lunar New Year holiday, travelers and expats alike may find themselves scratching their heads as to how to spend their weekend. This year, Seollal falls on Jan. 24-26, giving South Koreans a three-day weekend to celebrate with their loved ones. Customs,...
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winter in Korea
Have you heard about a Korean city named Inje located in Gangwon Province(The coldest area in Korea)? Inje is selected as one of 50 must-see attractions in Korea by CNN travel. For a long time, Inje has been known for 8 beautiful sightseeing spots and also famous for white-water rafting these days. “Inje Icefish Festival”...
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strawberry season
Are you ready to post a strawberry picture on your Instagram? High-end hotels in Korea attract customers with strawberry buffets at the beginning of each year. Each hotel prepares buffet dishes as well as a variety of desserts made of strawberries. From the customer’s perspective, it’s good because you can take pretty photos and enjoy...
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My sister just got her dream recently in South Korea. She just had their wedding ceremony with her Korean husband in Jeonju Province, South Korea. Our “Filipino” family traveled from the Philippines to South Korea to attend the ceremony. Though their wedding style is modern-traditional, there are a lot of things we have noticed that...
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Nearly 1 million people made their way to “Seoul Light,” a nighttime light show held at Dongdaemun Design Plaza from Dec. 20 to Friday, the city government said Tuesday. The event, which featured a mix of colorful light projected onto public buildings, as well as cultural events, exhibitions and food trucks, attracted 866,603 people, according...
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