14-Day Celebration of South Korea
Ok, because yesterday I said “Oh, today you have to have a hug, today is Hug Day” jokingly to my friend and being responded with puzzled expression, I have just realized that it’s not a world-wide celebrated event, ahaha. I feel inspired somehow to make a post about this.
These random, couple-y celebrations are something I noticed back when I was in SK. Basically, before that, I only knew Valentine’s Day, which is famous already, and White Day, because it’s celebrated a lot in Japan and appears every so often in manga. They’re basically a series of days, the 14th of every months, each month having different events. Two of those days are Valentine’s day and White Day. What’s the point of these days you ask, alienating singles from all couples being lovey dovey, of course (kidding) Anyway, let’s go to the days.
Wikikypedia: General South Korea Travel Advice
Wikikypedia is a series of my answers from questions people asking me. Apparently I am worthy enough to be a place for people to ask questions to. Jokingly, as it’s quite fitting name-wise, Wikikypedia was born. As these are already-answered questions, expect some!
Answer for question from Mr. I from my high school)
Ky’s Exchange: Noraebus, Noraebang in a Bus
I think South Korea already famous with its Noraebang (노래방; Karaoke, lit: Singing Room). Karaoke is one of the favourite pastime for South Korean (other than eating and drinking, oh the drinking). But, who can top Noraebus?
Ky’s Exchange: Waffles
Yesterday, my friends and I went to City Hall, but in the end, we went to Downtown again. It is like anywhere we go we will come back to downtown. Anyway, there for the first time I bought waffle in South Korea (knowing stingy me and my tendency to save money therefore less snacks).
Ky’s Exchange: Flip Flop in South Korea
When I was preparing myself to go here, ,my friend said about not bringing sandal or flip-flop because it is prohibited to use one in South Korea. Then, I didn’t bring mine.