Rose Day 2016

It seems like there is a special day every month in Korea, which there is, and for the month of May, Rose Day is on the 14th. Rose Day in Korean is pronounced “Rose Day” and is written like this: “로즈데이”. Rose Day isn’t a national holiday, but it is a day meant for lovers[…]

Parent’s Day in Korea 2016

May 8th is Parent’s Day in Korea. It’s a day to remember both Mom and Dad for what they have done for us. It’s also important to note that May 5th was Children’s Day. FYI Children’s Day is a national holiday, while Parent’s Day isn’t. That means, children don’t have to go to school on the[…]

Buying Flowers at The Flower Market in Korea

There are a few flower markets in Korea. In Seoul, there are three main flower markets that you can go to and buy flowers directly from merchants. The three flower markets are the Yangjae Flower Market, The NamDaeMun Flower Market, and The Express Bus Terminal Flower Market. Each of the flower markets are “known” to[…]

5 Ways You Can Buy Flowers in Korea

It is quite standard the way you can buy things, you can go to an actual place and buy something or you can buy something online and have it delivered to you. So, there aren’t many surprises in this post, but I do mention some facts that may help you when you do decide to[…]

Business Opening Presents in Korea

In Korea, a business opening is considered a big event, and most businesses have a little “Opening Party” for their businesses. Some businesses hire clowns walking on stilts, attractive looking promoters, and loud music to make it clear to everyone in the area that their store is opening. Depending on the business, the event can[…]