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More than 50% of the time when looking at the top Korean websites like Naver.com and Daum.net, you will see some image of a top Korean female model. As stated before in previous posts, Korean women dress in a tantalizing manner. So, unless I’m totally devoid of my natural desires of a man, I can’t help but notice. Today, it happened again and my theory of Korean women being the sexiest dressers just continues to be buttressed.
My main coworker is freezing these days just like me. However, she is even colder because on most days, she’ll wear skirts to work regularly. Across the Korean peninsula, you see this constantly: Korean women still wear skirts in the most freezing temperatures. It never made sense to me from a comfort standpoint, but at the same time, the simple fact they wear high heels despite all the discomfort falls helps me understand a bit more, I guess… Continue reading
Like I said “porcupines,” “Korean women” and many others like “how to say hello (or thank you) in Korean” are dominating the traffic on the blog these days. For a snippet of the rest of the popular posts, check out the following WordPress stats for The Real “South” Korea: Continue reading
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So, Halloween this year was fun…in Busan. I was never big on Halloween in the past, but it’s been a great year so far and when you have great friends both in and outside of work, you have less problems dressing up in a ridiculous costume — like I did. Honestly, I had no idea what the heck I was, but it cost me 6000 won (about $6) and so why not? Actually, it was a little more with the cheap-o belt and, the funky hat and shoes, but not much more than $15 total — can’t beat that! Continue reading