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Have you ever been to Korea?

 
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shin sun-young



Joined: 17 Sep 2007
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 01, 2007 3:40 am    Post subject: Have you ever been to Korea? Reply with quote

Hi I'm Korean student
have you ever been to Korea?
If so, how did you feel about Korean culture, people and so on.
and where did you go?

because I want to know how foreigner feel about Korea after visiting.

If you have a plan to come to my country, in-sa dong will be good to buy some souvenir.
Because there are many traditional things.
and I'd recommended to visit to Nam-i island. there is so beautiful place
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Corey



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PostPosted: Sat Oct 20, 2007 6:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I have never been to Korea but I certainly would like to go. Perhaps in the next couple of years I will get a chance.

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kisaki



Joined: 10 Nov 2008
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 17, 2008 10:34 pm    Post subject: I will visit Korea soon. Reply with quote

I went to Seoul and Busan last March. It was great trip!!
Actually, I went to there to meet some of my Korean friends whom I met in Canada last year. and I was invited to wedding ceremony of my best friend. That was really good chance to know about diffrent culture, cuz Japanese wedding ceremony and Korean wedding ceremony was completely different. for example, you should wear sth very formal to attend the Japanese wedding ceremoy, but Korean ceremony is more cusual. and I could see some Korean traditional ceremony too. It was very interesting for me.
And I ate lots of Korean food!! I'm not good at eating spicy food, but it was delicious and I think Korean food is kind of healthy food too. my favorite Korean food is "Bibimba" and "Chizimi".
People are so nice in there and some of them could speak Japanese, I was so surprised!! I love Korean food, people, culture, everything. I understand that Korea and Japan has deep history in the past. but I think we could be more friendly and help each other. that would be so nice for both of us!!!
Anyway I had fantastic time in Korea and I will visit there this month again to shopping and little sightseeing. I'm really looking forward to go there. By the way, what do you recommend to buy some Korean souvenir?? I'm gonna get Kimchi anyway, but if you have any idea, plz let me know Very Happy
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