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 […]
Don’t you think studying would be more enjoyable if you’d be attending one of those K-drama colleges, surrounded by your favourite characters?
You don’t want to miss this- on until November 3rd at the Korean Culture Centre in Ottawa.
Quelques bonnes adresses coréennes à Montréal.
J’ai eu la chance de me balader en hanbok à Séoul. Je vous raconte mon expérience!
Can you tell which of these famous co-stars ended up dating in real life?
On July 30th, G-Dragon visited his Canadian fans as part of his tour Act III M.O.T.T.E. And I was among them!
In light of some recent events, perhaps “nuclear” and “north” may be a hot keyword in current affairs. However, this article will explore a different “nuclear” regarding the “South”- recent nuclear policy in South Korea. The election of President Moon Jae-in last May has brought numerous changes to […]
“Do you eat Kimchi?” One of the most iconic Korean foods recognized by people worldwide is Kimchi. In fact, it is a staple food in most Korean households. As Korea makes its presence known in the global stage, Korean foods are becoming increasingly popular. However, unless you visit […]
While shopping with my friend at a local Korean grocer, we came across a fridge full of soft drinks that suddenly reminded him of his childhood. In the midst of his nostalgia I asked him to pick out five of the most common drinks he had as a […]
Planning to visit Korea? You will realize that you can’t find a “Seoul Airport.” That is because the biggest airport in Korea is not in Seoul. Your journey in Korea starts about 50 kilometres away from Seoul, in Incheon International Airport. So what is so special about this […]
Personal anecdotes from past and current English teachers in Jeollanamdo, South Korea.
Cette année encore, la Corée du sud nous promet une sélection de films enlevants et variés.
Sunday June 25th marked the celebration of the first Korean Culture Fair in Ottawa, part of the summer long K-Connected Events (hosted by the Korean Cultural Centre) and in collaboration with “Ottawa Welcomes the World”, for Canada 150. The chance to re-live my Korea experience through K-POP dance, […]