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2016/11/26 | 517 views | Permalink

National Geographic recognises Korea's coolness, 10 Magazine lists the best winter activities, explore the secret side of Seoul with insight from locals, and see how Korea is helping to make Muslims feel welcome.

"SEOUL: THE CUTTING-EDGE OF COOL IN SOUTH KOREA"

Is South Korea cool? According to National Geographic, South Korea really is the place to be! "People are beautiful here, but now so are you. You have arrived. You are in the center of the universe here. You are in Seoul". Have you visited Seoul before? What did you think of Korea's capital? Share your thoughts on Korea's coolness in the comment section below...

...READ ON NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC

"19 OF THE BEST WINTER ACTIVITIES IN KOREA"

10 Magazine has some fantastic content about living in South Korea. This post is all about the fun activities and events you can enjoy while attempting to challenge the chill that comes with Korea's harsh winters–"From markets to ice sculptures, sunrise festivals to sledding, there's plenty of things to do during this Korean winter". Go get some!

...READ ON 10 MAGAZINE

"Secret Seoul: the South Korean capital's hidden gems that only locals know"

Get an inside look at lesser-known places in Seoul that locals love, but foreigners may not be aware of. South Korea has become a must-visit destination for any serious globetrotter, but as the country's sights and sounds become know, it's those lesser-known spots around town that tourists really want to track down and enjoy...

...READ ON SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

"Making Muslims feel at home in South Korea"

South Korea has made incredible efforts to spread its culture with the world over the past decade, but the country has also made serious efforts to ensure that all who visit their country feel welcome. The K-wave does indeed swell both ways, and one of the areas to watch is the rise of Muslim-friendly restaurants: "It used to be that if you were a Muslim travelling to South Korea, you would have difficulty finding food that is halal or pork-free, or even a mosque or surau to pray at. That's no longer the case now".

...READ ON STAR2

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