Unis and colleges are quite a big deal in Korea. Thousands of high schools students literally don’t stop studying for the last few months of their final year (except when they’re eating or sleeping, which isn’t supposed to take longer
Korea’s biggest holiday Seollal (Lunar New Year’s Day) is coming next week (Feb 18~20). Unlike other big holidays, there will be less people in the street and most shops will be closed especially on the day of Seollal (Feb 19). New
In the first week after your arrival in Korea, you might not know what to do first. Before you start travelling and having fun, you need to buy the necessaries! If you live in a dormitory, basic things will be served. However, there
Why do I need to get an Alien Registration Card (ARC)? – To stay in Korea for more than 90 days, all foreigners must apply for a foreign registration card at a local immigration office within 90 days from the date
Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you can’t have fun. Seoul turns into a winter wonderland providing family fun for all and on the very top of that list is sledding! So bundle up and get ready for lots
Welcome to Incheon! The 3rd largest city in South Korea. This latest edition of Trazy‘s Survival Tips will help you during your stay Incheon, providing valuable information as to how you can travel around. The guide will explain how to
Welcome to Seoul! Now that you’ve arrived, how do you get around this massive city? There are three options: Bus, Taxi, and Metro. For the bus and metro, it is recommended to use T-money card as fares are discounted 100
Here are also lists of great pubs and bars in Seoul and Busan!