Do you believe in horoscopes? Whether you really believe in them or not, they can be sometimes fun to read. In Korea, what’s more popular than the horoscope is the Chinese zodiac signs. In this episode of “Ask Hyojin”, Hyojin and Keith explain to you how the Chinese zodiac signs work.
University life varies from country to country. We do not know much about college life in other countries, but we can at least tell you what life can be like for a university student in Korea. Hyojin couldn’t do this by herself, so she invited Hyunwoo and Terris to join her and share their experiences as well. This video is longer than usual, so sit back, relax, enjoy watching it, and let us know about the differences you found between college in Korea and in your country.
It’s always interesting to learn about different currencies that different countries have, and in this episode of “Ask Hyojin,” Hyojin and Keith introduce what Korean money looks like, in detail! Enjoy watching!!! ^__^
Everybody loves holidays, and Koreans are no exception. Every year, people check which holidays fall on the weekend (which is a bad thing for most people) and which holidays are during the week. In this video, Keith and Hyojin talk about what kind of public holidays Korea celebrates. Enjoy watching!!! ^__^
If you’ve ever lived abroad, you must have experienced at least some culture shock resulting from two cultures being very different. Terris is now studying abroad in Korea and he has certainly had his own experiences of culture shock. So this time, instead of answering questions, Hyojin decided to ask Terris some questions about his experiences.
If you have any questions that you’d like Hyojin to answer in the next episode, leave them in the comment below!