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6 Useful Business Korean Phrases

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Have a meeting with a Korean client and don’t know what to do? Here’s 5 useful Business Korean phrases to impress him or her. 1) 안녕하십니까? (Ahn-nyoung ha shimni ka?) This basically means… Continue reading

Cheerleading (응원단) in Korea 

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When it comes to the school festivals concept, Japan and Korea immediately come to mind. Korean Cheerleading is a totally different thing compared to the western counterparts since the highlights of the cheerleading… Continue reading

[In Full Bloom] Cherry Blossom Festival is here in JinHae, Korea!

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Finally, it’s officially Spring for real! Loads of friends have been flying back home to Korea, specially Jinhae, to visit families and also, to enjoy the magnificent view of the Cherry Blossoms and… Continue reading

RIP Lee Kuan Yew 1923~2015 : A Beautiful Love in Review

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싱가포르의 전임 총리 리콴유(LKY)와 부인 과걱추(Choo) 의 아름다운 사랑이야기 #teamSOCK presents the great love of a great man, #LKY, #rememberLKY, #RIPLKY ㅠㅠ Here’s the rest of Singaporeans in Korea mourning the passing and… Continue reading

[Korean Food/ Culture][굴 떡국 만들기] How to make ddeokguk for the New Year

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Did you know that Koreans eat Ddeokguk for the New Year? It’s an annual tradition. Find out how to make delicious Ddeokguk!

[올해의 각오 2015] Share with us your New Year Resolution 2015!

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Here’s to an even more awesome 2015 where we bring to you more cool things about Korea.

Find out more about our line up for 2015.

새해 복 많이 받으세요~ ^^ Happy New Year 2015

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This is how you rock the Korean bow for the new year! Team SOCK at our Singapore Headquarters wishes all SOCKs a great start to an awesome 2015~!

The Stray Cats of Korea: A Photo Essay

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Originally posted on The Goat that Wrote:
Lately a few fellow early birds I run into as I make my rounds between seaside sunrise and coffee shop have asked how the morning’s snapping went…

[천원의 행복] 5 things to do in Korea for a dollar

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There’s a coined term in Korea called 천원의 행복 (Cheon-won ui haeng-bok) which literally translates into “1000 won’s Happiness”. So what can we do with a dollar in Korea? Loads.