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.
My name is Nicole, I am one of the new bloggers for 2018 and I am basically going to be that mix of cultures, a Brazilian in Canada talking about Korean culture.
Happy (belated) lunar new year 2018! 새해 복 많이 받으세요. ‘Ddeok-Guk’ is a delicious and hearty Korean traditional rice cake soup. It is a must in celebrating lunar new year in Korea. Eating this soup symbolizes wealth and health, a bright new year, new beginning, and life longevity. […]
Hello world, I’m Grace, just a twenty something girl living in Vancouver, B.C. First things first, I must say, what an honour to be a part of Korea-Canada Blog 2018! I am very excited to start this new chapter in life where I will get a chance to […]
Hi everyone! My name is Carli and I am also one of the new bloggers this year! I will be writing my entries under @migachan and I hope to share with you my experiences aboard. I am writing from Korea but I am originally from Vancouver. I’ve taken […]
Hey guys! My name is Sharon and I’m one of the new bloggers this year. I’m very excited for this upcoming year to be writing here as @sharonjoyceee and (hopefully) showcasing all of my experiences with Korean culture in Canada. about me I’m an undergraduate student currently studying […]
The Korean Cultural Centre is recruiting the 2018 cohort of contributing bloggers for the ‘Korea-Canada Blog’: korcan50years.com Launched in 2013, the ‘Korea-Canada Blog’ is an online hub for special storytellers who want to share their experiences of Korea, discover unknown stories of Korea-Canada relations, and tell its readers how […]