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Culture of Korea - Wikipedia


The traditional culture of Korea refers to the shared cultural heritage of the Korean Peninsula. Since the mid-20th century, the peninsula has been split politically ...

Learn Korean - Korean Culture and Traditions


Korean culture is very interesting and full of wonderful traditions. It is a magical place where you find both perfect peace and harmony, but unfortunately wars ...

South Korea - Language, Culture, Customs and Etiquette


Guide to South Korea and Korean culture, society, language, etiquette, manners, customs and protocol.

Culture of South Korea - history, people, clothing, traditions, women ...


Koreans share a common culture, but a sense of regionalism exists between northerners and southerners and between southeasterners and southwesterners in ...

PBS Online: Hidden Korea/Culture


Like all agricultural societies, Korean life has always centered on tightly knit families. Large families have been prized and over many centuries families ...

10 Korean customs to know before you visit Korea - Matador Network


Apr 29, 2009 ... Korean culture has survived for 5,000 years, despite the best efforts by hostile neighbors to stomp it out. If you know and respect Korean culture ...

The Traditions and Customs of the Korean People


Apr 20, 2015 ... Korea is an Asian country deeply rooted in its culture, values and beliefs. The customs of the Korean people make them humble, honest and ...

Culture in Korea | Official Korea Tourism Organization


With the beautiful Korean culture, Korea has become more popular and attractive to foreign visitors.

Korean Cultural Center in Washington DC


korea culture dc ... art /Upload/Photo/Content/WebMain/2016091235778_Korean Culture Week ... Beyond Hangeul: Art Inspired by the Korean Alphabet (Fri.

Culture and etiquette | About South Korea | Rough Guides


You may have mastered the art of the polite bow, worked out how to use the tricky steel chopsticks, and learnt a few words of the Korean language, but beware,

The People of North Korea
Ethnicity: Korean, Chinese, Japanese
Languages: Korean
Religions: Buddhist, Confucianist, Christian, syncretic Chondogyo (Religion of the Heavenly Way)
Population: 24,895,000 (2013 est.) (48th)
Literacy Rate: 99%
Legal drinking age: 18 for consumption - 18 (<22%)/20 (=22% ABV) to purchase - Alcohol with more than 60% ABV is considered illegal narcotics.
People of:
North Korea Travel Information and Travel Guide
Redefining the term rogue state through its isolationism, controversial nuclear weapons programme and missile testing, North Korea is probably the most mysterious country in the world today and one ... More »