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THE NEW KOREA TRIP’S TREND NATURAL LANDSCAPE

The distinctively unique natural environment is always a symbol of one country, that is difficult to be interpreted fully by words, you have to see it with your own eyes to rule it!

SUNCHEON BAY WETLAND RESERVE

Suncheon Bay Wetland Reserve has the largest reed community in Korea. The reeds group not only growing dense, some of it even grows taller than a human. Whether it is in greens, seedling or semi- withered, no matter what stage of growth it is in, the spectacular view will definitely awe you!

SEONGSAN ILLCHUBONG PEAK

Seongsan illchulbong Peak is formed by an undersea volcanic eruptions 10000years ago. It is up to an altitude of 182 meters with a crater of 600 maters in diameters. 90 meters deep and floor area over 80,000. There are 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater as if a gigantic crown.

NAEJANGSAN NATIONAL PARK

The park is 81,700 square KM in size and is named as one of the eight beauty in Korea. You can come at any season for the spectacular mountain view but it is especially magnificent when it comes to the fall season along with the red maple leaves view!

UDO ISLAND

Udo island has a very superior geographical environment which is home to more than 700 households of residents. They are mainly putting hand in agriculture and fishery for a living. Also, the residents are keen to carry on the culture of Jeju island at here such as Jeju sea women, stone roads, stone graves and etc. Therefore, visitors could feel the simpleness of Korean island living culture here even more!


FOUR SEASON FIESTA

It‘s time to choose another route to explore the charm of Korea during the next visit!

THE FOUR FAMOUS SPECIALTY OF SOUTH KOREA


01.

KIMCHI

Kimchi was created as a way to preserve vegetables for the winter months. What started as cabbage simply pickled in salty brine slowly transformed into the kimchi we know today, through the addition of various spices and seasonings such as hot pepper powder.

02.

GINSENG

Korea Ginseng, as known as Panax Ginseng, owns the title of “King of Herbs” since the ancient times, the majestic name is reflecting its extraordinary medical results. The scientific data have shown that Ginseng contains 34 kinds of Ginsenoside which is way higher than American Ginseng and Notoginseng Root. In addition, Ginsenoside Ra, Rf, Rg3 and Rh2 are the unique composition in Korean Ginseng.

03.

THE BLACK PIG

The black pig is named after it’s fully covered black fur. Due to free-roaming with no feed and starter, also a long growth cycle, the black pig can grow up to hundred kilos in a year. Thus, the meat not only has less fat and tough, also a higher nutritional along with tastier meat.

04.

SEAFOOD

Korea is surrounded by sea and you are expected to be friends with seafood here.

In Korea, especially residents of Jeju Island and Busan are relying on seafood in their eating habit. Whether it is fresh, dead or living seafood, it will appear on the table in many ways.

Korean handle seafood in a easy way, eating it raw if it is fresh enough, otherwise grilled, stew or pan-fried, the main purpose is taste its original flavor.

DINING ETIQUETTE

SOLEMNLY SILENT WHILE EATING
The Korean believe that when one is eating meal, it should be relaxing and it’s time to enjoy instead of mentioning about matters or things which are troublesome.

DO NOT HOLD YOUR BOWL WHILE EATING
The correct way to eat at Korea would be leaving the bowl on the table and use your right hand to hold the spoon to eat one mouthful after another.

TOAST ETIQUETTE
Korean has a bonding love with alcohol, no matter in life, recreation or social, it can be seen everywhere.

A) Just remember that when you are with the Korean, you should never pour the wine or beer for yourself. You should instead wait for the others to do so for you and of course you too shall do the same for others. This is a custom of the Korean which is a mean to express friendship and respect towards each other.

B) When you are having a drink with the seniors, you should first toast the elders. The elders will then have their drink first while the juniors follow right after that by lifting the glass of wine or beer and look to one side to have their drink as a way to show respect for their elders.

C) When you are pouring wine or beer for the others, be sure to use the right hand to take the bottle. Even if you are a left-handed person, you will have to overcome it for a short while. This is because, from the point of view of the Korean, if one holds the bottle with the left hand, it means you despise or look down at the others. It’s just like when the master grants the servant a glass of wine, both are impolite. Beside, when one is pouring the wine with the right hand holding the bottle, the left hand should be supporting the right to show respect. Meanwhile, the recipient must hold the glass or cup with both hands to show gratitude too.

D) The Korean way of drinking is very much different from the Chinese as the Chinese would pour the wine for guests continuously whereas the Korean would prefer to finish the whole glass before being served the next one.

E) When the Koreans toast to the others, they would first finish their own glass of wine and pass the empty glass to the other person. So then this recipient who takes the glass will fill up the glass and hand it back to that person, who would finish up the filled glass of wine and do the same thing for the recipient just now. Sometimes at the banquet, the Korean, as in the host would hold his own glass of wine and toast to very single guest when he goes round the table. Anyone who refuses to accept the toast is considered to be rude and so even though you do not drink, you may need to ask for the host’s consent in “faking” a drink.

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