Noraebus, Noraebang in a Bus

I think South Korea already famous with its Noraebang (노래방; Karaoke, lit: Singing Room). Karaoke is one of the favourite pastime for South Korean (other than eating and drinking, oh the drinking). But, who can top Noraebus? So, what is Noraebus? Noraebus (my own word, Norae+Beoseu 노래버스 ) is Karaoke Room inside the bus. So, … Continue reading

Flags

I had just realized that Daejeon University hangs out 12 obviously-not-Republic of Korea’s national flags when I came back from class yesterday afternoon (after long, tedious final presentation that fortunately went well). Those countries, along with Republic of Korea are members of ASEAN +3. I think those flags has been there from October, since, in … Continue reading

Chemical Hand Warmer

Get one from big sister to all Indonesian exchange students in South Korea(?) Mbak Flo (I want to recommend her Facebook Photo Album, actually. The mistress of taking beautiful Korean-related pictures. Sadly mine are only as far as informative pictures go.). Very thankful. Anyway, for you who don’t know? (Actually before this, I am too)  … Continue reading

I see turtles…

Have you ever think when you walk around on the street, you see yellow paving like the picture above? Do you know  what is that? Have you ever wondered what are those yellow dotted pavements and yellow lined pavements for? When you know something that you think is trivial, sometime you will wonder why other … Continue reading

Maeil vs Banana Uyu

The thing that I quite take a notice is that somehow South Koreans  love their milk. I think it is because milk is good in those time when you feel very hungry but not yet ready for meal. Talking about milk, looking at the stalls in the supermarkets and Daejeon University student’s milk breakfast, I … Continue reading