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Weddings In Korea: Tips and Expectations

Posted on Thu, Sep 04, 2014 @ 10:15 AM

Hopefully while living in Korea, you will get to experience a Korean wedding. It is extremely different from those that I have gone to in the West. Typically, weddings in America and Canada are all day events. Weddings there consist of the ceremony, dinner service, and then drinks and a party to round out the night. When I went to my first Korean wedding, it was a shocker. I think in total, the wedding ceremony was 25 minutes. Here are a few reasons why it is like that and here are some expectations when you do go to a Korean wedding.

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Tags: Korean culture, south korea, events in Korea, cultural experience, Good times, friends in Korea, year in Korea, Weddings in Korea

Tidbits of Fun Teaching in South Korea

Posted on Fri, Sep 27, 2013 @ 04:34 PM

Living abroad has its surprises. Some aren’t pleasant, but most are. I try to focus my blogs around topics of interest and depth. Sometimes, however, a pleasant happening or surprise is brief without much to say about it. I’ve decided to compile a handful of these into one incohesive blog post. I present some tidbits from Korea.

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Tags: a year in Korea, Korea, events in Korea, food in Korea, eating out in Korea, cultural experience, cultural differences, Good times, Costco

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