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India gifted a sapling of the revered Bodhi Tree to South Korea as a powerful symbol of the friendship between the two countries.
After a long cold Korean winter, March and April mark the start of a change in the Korean landscape with the blooming of the spring flowers.
Nathan McMurray, our contributing writer and a long time resident of Korea, shares his Jung for Korea.
Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is one of 12 "love days" celebrated on the 14th of every month in Korea!
Originating in the deserts of Northern China and Mongolia, Yellow Dust is whisked into the atmosphere by strong winds and carried to the Korean Peninsula via the jet stream.
Onjeum upholds the heritage of traditional architecture, clothing, and cuisine.
Sae Hae Bok Mani Ba Du Se Yo! (Happy New Year!)
What were the luxury hotels of Seoul's past like?
Food meets art in this creative expression of Korean culture
Korea's annual harvest festival is around the corner

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