When exploring South Korea, traveling by train is definitely one of the safest, convenient and most useful ways to get around. However, choosing the right trainline opens up a set of challenges for people unfamiliar with the pros and cons of each option.
- Excuse me, where is the nearest subway station? Sillye-ham-nida, gajang ga-kka-un jihacheoll yeogi eodieyo?
- Where can I buy tickets for the subway? Odiseo jihacheol pyoreul sal su isseoyo?
- Where can I take line number one? Il-ho-seon-eul ta-ryeo-myeon eodiro gayahanayo?
The time has never been more right for a snack, or two. Accessing your standard go-tos from back home is sometimes not possible. Besides, living overseas gives you a great opportunity to broaden your snack routine.
In Korea, there is no end to what people can see and experience, but trying Korean food is on the top of most visitor to-do lists! So let’s explore some of the dieshes that are sure to impress you with Korea’s true flavor!
Bibimbap: Rice with nutrient-packed flavor