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You’ve probably sung along to a K-pop song, or danced to many of their greatest hits – we know Gangnam Style comes to mind – but visiting South Korea is a whole different thing. There are a lot of things that even the most ardent of K-pop fans don’t know about the small yet incredibly progressive country known as South Korea. Having said that, we’ve taken the time to list down some of the most important things first-time travellers should know about South Korea before hopping on a plane and going there

The Korean peninsula is packed full of interesting sights and wonders to see and visit. Whether your interests lie in hiking, partying, or even just wanting to go to the same places that your favourite Korean TV shows were filmed at, Korea has everything for you and more. That’s why more and more people are choosing to visit Korea these days. Either way, regardless of your reasons for visiting, these phrases will surely come in handy and help you make the most out of your time in Korea. 1.    An-yong-ha-se-yo – Hello Use it

Every language has its own unique words and expressions emerging from its cultural norms or even deeper vernacular expressions. Korean is not any different.  There are some expressions in Korean that not even the most advanced Korean course in Singapore will or can give you the exact English word to express it. Below are some of the most fascinating Korean expressions and words that have no English meaning. 눈치 – Noon-chi If your Korean language class in Singapore has several participants, you may find yourself using this term. You’ll use it especially when

The benefits of bilingualism are known. According to Professor Gopinathan of the National University of Singapore, “Promoting Bilingualism amongst the population was excellent. However, it’s also a gradual process.” Today, majority of Singaporeans aged below 40 can converse comfortably in at least two languages but in varying proficiencies. In Singapore, being multilingual brings about many advantages. You can take up Korean courses in Singapore and stand out from the crowd. Not only will you be in a better position to engage with nationals from one of Singapore’s most significant trading partner, you

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