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If I asked you to picture an exotic country, you'd probably go with something like Australia or Japan. But after this exclusive list by Bored Panda, you'll probably consider South Korea one too.

To show how unique this country really is, we put together a collection of pictures that vividly illustrate its everyday life. We're talking solar-powered benches with USB and wireless charging, onion-flavored cereal, and pretty much everything else you can find there.

Continue scrolling to check out the images and the conversation I had with Hammer and Guillaume, A Fun Couple from Hong Kong and France respectively, who have been traveling the world and documenting their adventures on their blog and Instagram.

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Running Out Of Children Due To The Low Birth Rates, A School In South Korea Is Opening Their Doors And Allowing Illiterate Grandmothers To Enrol, So They Can Also Learn To Read

Running Out Of Children Due To The Low Birth Rates, A School In South Korea Is Opening Their Doors And Allowing Illiterate Grandmothers To Enrol, So They Can Also Learn To Read

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

That's something I've seen in real life, some Asian women of a certain age and social class were put to work as soon as they were old enough, and never taught to read or write.

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This Care Package The South Korean Government Sent Me While I’m In Quarantine Day 2

This Care Package The South Korean Government Sent Me While I’m In Quarantine Day 2

Translated letter that was attached to the package: “For people who are currently suffering from the Corona-19 virus, we send our regards and sympathy. We (the food ministry?) is sending this “environment-friendly health package” constructed with environment-friendly crops. We hope this helps you get energy for your daily routine. Furthermore, we hope you get well soon to return to your daily life. You can do it! Fight it! Go South Korea!”

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This country in East Asia makes up about 45 percent of the Korean Peninsula and faces North Korea across a demilitarized zone (DMZ) that's 2.5 miles (4 km) wide. The DMZ was established by the terms of the 1953 armistice that ended fighting in the Korean War (1950–53) and runs for about 150 miles (240 km).

"We have been calling South Korea our home for 3.5 years now," A Fun Couple told Bored Panda. "What we liked about the idea of moving here was that this country is still not on most people's bucket list when traveling to Asia. Many travelers would rather prioritize neighboring countries such as Japan, China or Hong Kong when visiting the continent."

However, according to Hammer and Guillaume, South Korea has been making a name for itself over the last few years, with the K-phenomenon on the cultural side and large companies such as Samsung and LG on the business side.

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"We were excited but also curious to live in a country that continues to develop fast yet remains a bit unknown to the Western world."

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Pink Explosion In Jeju City, Jeju Island, South Korea

Pink Explosion In Jeju City, Jeju Island, South Korea

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#4

Korean Ktx Trains Play “Healing Broadcasts” Where They Just Show Newborn Puppies Rolling Around For Five Minutes

Korean Ktx Trains Play “Healing Broadcasts” Where They Just Show Newborn Puppies Rolling Around For Five Minutes

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Airports In Seoul Provide A Map To Your Gate On The Back Of Your Boarding Pass

Airports In Seoul Provide A Map To Your Gate On The Back Of Your Boarding Pass

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This needs to be at every airport. I tend to find airports a labyrinth with hard to find gates.

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One aspect that really impressed the couple once they came to this country was the strong sense of solidarity amongst Koreans. "An aspect that's really astonishing and will help you understand what we mean by that is the gold collecting campaign."

"In 1998, South Korea was about $304 billion in debt to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). As a national sacrifice, 3.5 million Koreans donated their gold to the government to repay part of the debt. About 227 tons of gold were donated voluntarily during that event. Impressive, right?!"

"This sense of solidarity can be felt in everyday life in Korea. For example, during the pandemic, people were very supportive of each other. Koreans made a joint effort to keep social distancing rules and wear masks at all times. This is also why South Korea was seen as a benchmark when managing the COVID crisis in its early stage."

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Took These In The Same Spot Over The Past Year. Korea’s Four Seasons: Yeouido

Took These In The Same Spot Over The Past Year. Korea’s Four Seasons: Yeouido

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Glad To See My Favorite Tree Standing Healthy After This Year's Numerous Typhoons And Landslides, South Korea

Glad To See My Favorite Tree Standing Healthy After This Year's Numerous Typhoons And Landslides, South Korea

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Of course, settling in another culture takes time. Hammer and Guillaume said the 'work hard, play hard' concept was probably the trickiest thing to adjust to.

"Koreans are very hard working. The maximum number of working hours per week recently changed from 63 to 52, but it's still a lot. Although the work-life balance got better over the last few years, working overtime (and not being paid for it) is still pretty common."

"It is also very common to go out with colleagues multiple times a week after work and have dinner and drinks until late at night. We definitely had to cut down on our sleeping hours, but it's a lot of fun to live and work in South Korea!"

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Apartment Complex In Korea Being Painted, So The Painters Shrouded All The Cars In The Parking Lot To Protect From Splatter

Apartment Complex In Korea Being Painted, So The Painters Shrouded All The Cars In The Parking Lot To Protect From Splatter

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Starbucks In Seoul Offering Used Coffee Grounds For Gardening

Starbucks In Seoul Offering Used Coffee Grounds For Gardening

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Just Received This At My Door! S. Korea Gives Out Food Rations To People In Quarantine

Just Received This At My Door! S. Korea Gives Out Food Rations To People In Quarantine

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I heard about this. Good for people that can't get groceries home delivered or have no one to take care of them. Great job! Wish all local governments globally did this.

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This Hand-Painted Underside Of A Temple Roof In Korea

This Hand-Painted Underside Of A Temple Roof In Korea

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"Since there are much fewer expats in South Korea than other Asian countries we've lived in, things are not always fully catered to foreigners. Opening a bank account, getting a local driver's license, getting a phone plan, using different apps; these things weren't always easy," A Fun Couple said.

"Besides there is still a language barrier and most of the documents are rarely translated into English. However, we've noticed that it has become easier for a foreigner to go about their daily life than when we arrived here 3.5 years ago. So we hope that this trend will continue in the future as well!"

#13

I Get To Walk Through This Everyday On My Way Home From Work

I Get To Walk Through This Everyday On My Way Home From Work

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#14

This Sign Is Not For A Cat Crossing. It Means "Caution: Cat Is Around"

This Sign Is Not For A Cat Crossing. It Means "Caution: Cat Is Around"

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#15

This 2D Café We Visited In Seoul

This 2D Café We Visited In Seoul

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

🎶Take.... on... meeee..... *take on me* Take.... me... onnnnnnnn.... 🎶

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Modern Korea Built Around Historic Korea (Seoul)

Modern Korea Built Around Historic Korea (Seoul)

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Pretty normal for a large amount of European cities too. But really really beautiful nonetheless.

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During their time in South Korea, A Fun Couple discovered a beautiful country, full of contrasts between the modern and the traditional, amazing natural landscapes, and exciting cities like Seoul and Busan.

"South Koreans are very welcoming and positive-minded people. We met so many great people here and made very good friends. Therefore, we highly recommend South Korea as an expat destination. We started our blog so that more people can realize how great this place is and that they should add this destination to their bucket list!"

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Small Restaurant In The Snow, Seoul, South Korea

Small Restaurant In The Snow, Seoul, South Korea

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Solar Powered Benches Here In Seoul, South Korea. Complete With USB And Wireless Charging Docks

Solar Powered Benches Here In Seoul, South Korea. Complete With USB And Wireless Charging Docks

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#19

Bukhansan Yesterday

Bukhansan Yesterday

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#20

"Root Bench" Is A Public Installation By Architect Yong Ju Lee In Hangang Art Park, South Korea

"Root Bench" Is A Public Installation By Architect Yong Ju Lee In Hangang Art Park, South Korea

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South Korea Puts Traffic Lights On The Ground So That People Who're Looking At Their Phones Can Still See The Light

South Korea Puts Traffic Lights On The Ground So That People Who're Looking At Their Phones Can Still See The Light

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#22

This Ice Lolly I Bought In Korea Has A Little Tray To Prevent It From Melting All Over Your Hands

This Ice Lolly I Bought In Korea Has A Little Tray To Prevent It From Melting All Over Your Hands

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Every Half Kilometer They Have A Resting Place Made For Pedestrians In This Korean City Ansan

Every Half Kilometer They Have A Resting Place Made For Pedestrians In This Korean City Ansan

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

There is a lot of park-like things integrated throughout cities. I love it.

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Chips Organized Into A Rainbow In Korea

Chips Organized Into A Rainbow In Korea

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This Latte Art From A Cafe In Seoul, South Korea

This Latte Art From A Cafe In Seoul, South Korea

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#28

South Korea Isn't Joking When Battling Covid-19

South Korea Isn't Joking When Battling Covid-19

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

but.. in the sun you get hotter right.. so how would that work?

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#29

I'm Staying In Korea Right Now And Apparently There Is A TV Channel Dedicated To Dogs, As In Programming For Dogs

I'm Staying In Korea Right Now And Apparently There Is A TV Channel Dedicated To Dogs, As In Programming For Dogs

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This Here Is The Entrance Of The Club Chroma In Seoul, South Korea By MVRDV Architecture, Which Is Said To Be The Largest Nightclub In The World

This Here Is The Entrance Of The Club Chroma In Seoul, South Korea By MVRDV Architecture, Which Is Said To Be The Largest Nightclub In The World

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#31

Daegaksa Temple Near Jongmyo Shrine In Seoul

Daegaksa Temple Near Jongmyo Shrine In Seoul

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Well, That's One Way To Encourage People To Use The Stairs

Well, That's One Way To Encourage People To Use The Stairs

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I don't think they should put that one there like that. There are people that may have physical disabilities that can't walk steps. It doesn't mean that they choose to be fat or being lazy. Not a good idea and I born in S. Korea myself.

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Self Cleaning Roads In South Korea

Self Cleaning Roads In South Korea

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#35

Supermarkets In Korea Offer Toilet Paper Samples For You To Test

Supermarkets In Korea Offer Toilet Paper Samples For You To Test

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#36

Cakes Sold In South Korea Usually Come With Free Candles And Matches Hidden In The Plastic Cake Knife

Cakes Sold In South Korea Usually Come With Free Candles And Matches Hidden In The Plastic Cake Knife

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2 years ago (edited) DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

No, not usually. Sometimes that is. Usually, you only get a free plastic knife, but the rest depends on the shops individually. In bakeries they will, however, ask you if you need candles and how many, these are free and come with a free match as well. Unless you bought the fancy ones separately. Still, you'd get a free match to light them.

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Traditional Korean Architecture

Traditional Korean Architecture

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In Korea, They Have Single Person Karaoke Booths On The Train

In Korea, They Have Single Person Karaoke Booths On The Train

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#39

The Wavy Building Called The GT Tower In Seoul, South Korea

The Wavy Building Called The GT Tower In Seoul, South Korea

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#40

Pump Toothpaste In South Korea. One Pump Is The Perfect Amount For A Toothbrush

Pump Toothpaste In South Korea. One Pump Is The Perfect Amount For A Toothbrush

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#41

Found Totoro On The Side Of The Road

Found Totoro On The Side Of The Road

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Look in the background around the bush and you can see some sootballs 😉

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#42

These Helpful Robots That Wander Incheon Airport, Seoul, That You Can Use To Check Flight Information

These Helpful Robots That Wander Incheon Airport, Seoul, That You Can Use To Check Flight Information

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Didn't the guest star on Doctor Who, and turn sinister if you failed to smile at them?

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This Library In Seoul, South Korea

This Library In Seoul, South Korea

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

What am I missing? From here it looks like most of the books are totally inaccessible.

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Automatic Ramen Dispenser In Korea

Automatic Ramen Dispenser In Korea

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#46

They Have A Sauron’s Tower In Seoul

They Have A Sauron’s Tower In Seoul

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South Korea Now Has Walk-Through Covid-19 Test Booths

South Korea Now Has Walk-Through Covid-19 Test Booths

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Gloves that touch everyone right by their mouths, seems a great way to spread anything

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#49

The Bananas We Got With Our Delivered Groceries Here In South Korea Came With Little Stickers To Put On Them

The Bananas We Got With Our Delivered Groceries Here In South Korea Came With Little Stickers To Put On Them

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In Some Asian Countries (Korea) The 4th Floor Button In The Elevator Is 'F' Because It 4 Sounds Same As 'Death'. When I Go Home I Always Have To Pay Respect

In Some Asian Countries (Korea) The 4th Floor Button In The Elevator Is 'F' Because It 4 Sounds Same As 'Death'. When I Go Home I Always Have To Pay Respect

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Colorful Memories From The Bongeunsa Temple In Seoul

Colorful Memories From The Bongeunsa Temple In Seoul

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My Relative Just Entered Self-Quarantine And The District Government Sent This Free Of Charge

My Relative Just Entered Self-Quarantine And The District Government Sent This Free Of Charge

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This Flower Vending Machine In Seoul, South Korea

This Flower Vending Machine In Seoul, South Korea

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Just Another Casual Lunch In Daejeon

Just Another Casual Lunch In Daejeon

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Heaven! I love lots of different flavors and textures at meals. And so appetizing.

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#55

Saw A Fat Iron Man At A Street Shop In South Korea

Saw A Fat Iron Man At A Street Shop In South Korea

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In S. Korea: An Unmanned, Self Service Drink Stand Where You Just Put Money In The Teapot And Take Your Drink Of Choice

In S. Korea: An Unmanned, Self Service Drink Stand Where You Just Put Money In The Teapot And Take Your Drink Of Choice

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Here in Belgium you can also buy eggs and vegetables like that. (Outside the city though) love it! The owner even once told me there is more cash because people can't get change, but nobody minds to pay a bit more door super fresh produce.

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#57

In Korea They Have Air Hoses At Parks To Blow The Dust Off Your Shoes When You Leave

In Korea They Have Air Hoses At Parks To Blow The Dust Off Your Shoes When You Leave

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#58

Bongeun Temple At Night

Bongeun Temple At Night

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Korea Has Sock Vending Machines

Korea Has Sock Vending Machines

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A Woman Only Parking Spot In Korea

A Woman Only Parking Spot In Korea

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

We have these too in Germany! They're usually in well lit areas and close to exits so women can feel safer especially at night. They're not legally binding though (like e.g. handicapped spots) so in theory men can park there too.

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#61

This Immigration Office In Korea Has Glasses You Can Borrow For Filling Out Forms

This Immigration Office In Korea Has Glasses You Can Borrow For Filling Out Forms

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This Is Simply The Prettiest Library That I’ve Been To. It Was Beyond Words. Starfield Library In Seoul, South Korea

This Is Simply The Prettiest Library That I’ve Been To. It Was Beyond Words. Starfield Library In Seoul, South Korea

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This Helium Balloon Vending Machine In Korea

This Helium Balloon Vending Machine In Korea

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#64

Limited Edition "Frozen 2" Tickets In South Korea

Limited Edition "Frozen 2" Tickets In South Korea

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#65

Just Another Casual Lunch In Seokcho

Just Another Casual Lunch In Seokcho

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#66

Snowy New Year In Daejeon

Snowy New Year In Daejeon

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I Love Korea And The Regular Updates On How Close The Toilet Is. I Need My Updates Every 3 Meters Or So

I Love Korea And The Regular Updates On How Close The Toilet Is. I Need My Updates Every 3 Meters Or So

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Lots of countries/cities in Asia have these ...especially in airports. Extremely useful

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This Bollard In Daejeon, South Korea Is Squishy

This Bollard In Daejeon, South Korea Is Squishy

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I would probably stand there for a good 10 minutes just poking and prodding it.

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Seoul To Busan For 40 Bucks While Almost Laying Down? With Chargers, Table, And Foot Sitter? Ya Why The Hell Not

Seoul To Busan For 40 Bucks While Almost Laying Down? With Chargers, Table, And Foot Sitter? Ya Why The Hell Not

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This is in fact a "premium" bus, not a train. The seat is similar to business class in planes I'd say. You can lie almost flat and the seat is really comfortable. Also, bus or train tickets are always the same amount, even if you buy it an hour before. I personally prefer travelling with these buses, because they are more comfortable than trains, sometimes even faster, and they stop at highway rest areas where you can get great food!

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Korea Air Has Stickers To Signal The Cabin Crew What To Do When You're Sleeping In Flight

Korea Air Has Stickers To Signal The Cabin Crew What To Do When You're Sleeping In Flight

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#72

If You Happen To Park Near A Construction Site You Would Probably Find Your Car Wrapped Like This To Not Get All Dusty And Dirty

If You Happen To Park Near A Construction Site You Would Probably Find Your Car Wrapped Like This To Not Get All Dusty And Dirty

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

What's the ettiquette for removing someone else's property from your car? Does the car-owner tear it off and throw it away, or fold it neatly and return it to the construction foreman?

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I Found A Bar Where You Can Do Indoor Fishing In South Korea

I Found A Bar Where You Can Do Indoor Fishing In South Korea

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

In some restaurants you can even fish your dinner! The chef cooks what you caught for you!

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#74

It’s Not A Stuck Cruise Ship. The Floating Cruise Ship Is Actually A Specialty Resort Hotel In South Korea

It’s Not A Stuck Cruise Ship. The Floating Cruise Ship Is Actually A Specialty Resort Hotel In South Korea

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

This is in Gangneung. A cute sea side city on the east coast.

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#75

The Building Across From My Seoul, Korea Quarantine Hotel Looks Like A Zipper

The Building Across From My Seoul, Korea Quarantine Hotel Looks Like A Zipper

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#76

Dongguk University, Seoul Campus, In The Month Of Buddha’s Birthday

Dongguk University, Seoul Campus, In The Month Of Buddha’s Birthday

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#77

This “Sandwich” My Co-Worker Ordered For Me For Lunch Today

This “Sandwich” My Co-Worker Ordered For Me For Lunch Today

There are some good independently run bakeries in Korea and many more good desert shops where the chefs are Korean. Bread and baking are just not part of Korean culinary history so you can’t really expect it to be widespread, but some are learning the craft, and doing it well.

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A Starbucks In South Korea

A Starbucks In South Korea

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#79

This Is A Door To A Bar In Daegu, South Korea

This Is A Door To A Bar In Daegu, South Korea

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#80

In Korea You Can Buy A Gift Set Of Spam And Canola Oil

In Korea You Can Buy A Gift Set Of Spam And Canola Oil

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I know Chuseok or Lunar New Year is coming when I start to see these ㅋㅋㅋ

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Onion Flavored Cereal, Found In Korea

Onion Flavored Cereal, Found In Korea

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

There is a story behind this. There was a vote to choose the new flavor and this was a joke option that won. The company didn't really make this the official winner, but they did later make it a limited time offer for fun

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#82

This Staircase At Seomun Market (Daegu, South Korea) Tries To Depict How Many Calories You've Burned And How Many Seconds You've Added To Your Life

This Staircase At Seomun Market (Daegu, South Korea) Tries To Depict How Many Calories You've Burned And How Many Seconds You've Added To Your Life

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

I know it's dark, but I want to see someone fall over on the stairs just to prove the signs wrong

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I Found This In A Restaurant In South Korea. It Is Mouth Wash

I Found This In A Restaurant In South Korea. It Is Mouth Wash

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2 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

They are also in private DVD rooms because they know why young people go to private DVD rooms.

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#84

Krispy Kreme In Korea Where They Sell Milk Flavored Ice Cream Cone With A Drip Cover

Krispy Kreme In Korea Where They Sell Milk Flavored Ice Cream Cone With A Drip Cover

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