Life In Korea2020-12-31T22:57:27+09:00

Food Delivery Apps and How to Use Them

Korea is known for its efficient and fast delivery food service. You can order anything from chicken wings to rice noodles. If you’re not completely confident in your Korean speaking abilities, there are delivery ... Read more >

Expense living in Seoul

Enjoying your days in Korea and in Hanyang without predetermined budget, you may finally find yourself wondering how your savings disappeared so fast. Following table shows approximate cost of expenses near Hang Yang ... Read more >

The Ultimate Korean Ramen Guide (Cup Noodles)

The Ultimate Korean Ramen Guide (Cup Noodles) Walking into a Korean convenience store is an extremely stimulating experience. First, there’s a relieving rush of air conditioning, the greeting of familiar universal products like Powerade and ... Read more >

Garbage Guide in Korea

If you just landed in Korea and are planning to stay for a while, you might have noticed that garbage disposal in South Korea works a little differently than it does in other countries. ... Read more >

Places to study at HYU

PLACES TO STUDY AT HYU There are many places on and off-campus that would be very convenient to study with free Wi-Fi connections! Even if you’re not interested in studying, you are still ... Read more >

How to get a Korean SIM card

HOW TO GET KOREAN SIM CARD Visitors or foreigners coming to Korea which are purchase online prior to the arrival and pick up at the airport, or getting the SIM card from the ... Read more >

The Top 3 Apps to Download

The Top 3 Apps to Download It can be tough adjusting to life in a foreign country, especially when you don’t speak the local language. Living in South Korea is no exception. For ... Read more >

How to get to HYU from Airport

Address: International Building, Hanyang University 222 Wangsimni-ro, Seongdong-gu Seoul, 04763, Korea From Incheon Int’l Airport Limousine Bus #6010 Approximately 90 minutes 15,000 KRW Bus stops at Wangsimni Station Taxi Approximately 80 minutes 70,000 ... Read more >


VEGAN / PLANT-BASED SURVIVAL GUIDE Eating out as a vegetarian in Seoul is tough. However, eating out as a vegan is even more difficult. Although you might not require a warning at this stage, ... Read more >

Explore Seoul By Bike (a.k.a. 따릉이)

The Seoul Metropolitan Government launched a public bike-sharing service in 2015 called Seoul Bikes (“따릉이” in Korean). It was designed to be a self-operating rental service that could be used conveniently by anyone. ... Read more >

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