Anthems are the songs that cause you to stop and take notice of them, whether it be the powerful beat, exciting melody, or meaningful lyrics within. Perfect for everything from sports to self-motivation, these tracks are guaranteed to stir up your emotions and push you to greater heights.
Despite only gaining international popularity in recent years, Kpop has a long and impressive history. From its roots to the present day there have been numerous Kpop acts that have surpassed expectations and established themselves as legends of the industry.
Travelling to another country is a thrilling experience, but it can also be overwhelming at first. Although I did a lot of research before I went to Korea, I still found that there were many things I had to learn along the way. I’d like to share some of these experiences with you to inform your own travels!
The Kpop world is full of colorful choreographies that define and enhance the music artists create. Whether simple or complex, the choreography of your favorite songs is often memorable – but which seven routines set themselves apart?
You’re ready to start learning Korean, perhaps you have found some guides to help you, and you’re excited about what comes next. Before you dive in, consider these five tips that will make learning Korean easier!
Despite the unseasonable weather, spring has arrived in Calgary! On the recommendation of my fellow blogger, Jennifer Ma, I dropped by the Calgary Korean Association to check out their Spring Korean Food Market.
Welcome to my new series! “Kpop’s Seven Best” will focus on showcasing the diversity of Kpop by choosing seven candidates that best embody the chosen theme. In this edition, we’ll look at MVs with exceptional cinematography.
There are famous landmarks in Seoul like the N Seoul Tower or Gyeongbokgung Palace that any travel site will tell you not to miss. But among the dozens of other attractions that Seoul has to offer, which hidden gems are most worth your time?
When you enter a shop in Korea you will often hear “어서 오세요!” (Eo-seo oh-sey-yo), which is a greeting to welcome you inside. In the same way I would like to say, welcome! My name is Kelsey (daryeorakelsey) and I am a new addition to the Korea-Canada Blog.