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A local period drama about the historic pro-democracy protests in June 1987 will be released in more foreign countries, its distributor said Thursday.



Busan is a city of beautiful beaches, glamorous night scenes, and modern history. The second largest metropolitan area in Korea, it is extremely popular as a vacation destination among locals and international visitors alike. The biggest advantage of touring Busan is that most of the main attractions are easily accessible by subway. Travelers with a tight budget can purchase a one-day pass for unlimited rides on Busan subways within the same day.

If you plan to go skiing at Korean ski resorts, there are signature snacks you cannot miss: Eomuk tang and fried chicken & beer.

Spending a day on the slopes is sure to work up an appetite!

Ski resorts in Korea offer a variety of yummy foods to fill up on.

The most popular snacks are those with warm broth and an inexpensive cost, like eomuk tang (fish cake soup) or ramyeon.

 “Seollal” known as Lunar New Year in Australia is one of the most celebrated national holidays in Korea along with Chuseok.

In this sense, Korean people are quite offended with the term “Chinese New Year” widely used in Australia.

Rather, they are of a strong view that Lunar New Year is the most proper description of the occasion as it has been celebrated by the both countries including some other Asian countries.



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The very first studio to offer English language kpop dance classes in Sydney, Crossover Dance Studio has a kpop dance class every day covering your favourite groups!
Level 1, 22 Goulburn St, Sydney
The KCC opened in Sydney to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Australia and Korea. Since then, the KCC has been introducing the appeal of Korean Culture to all people in Australia with the mission to connect our two countries by deepening our cultural bond.
Ground Floor, 255 Elizabeth st. Sydney NSW 2000
THE very first Korean rooftop restaurant in all of Sydney has come to Bankstown. From the founders of BBQ City in the CBD, this spacious and bustling Korean BBQ restaurant in Little Saigon Plaza, offers a huge a la carte menu along with an all you can eat BBQ Buffet.
Level 5 555 Bankstown st Bankstown
If you aren't smiling just thinking of this cake shop, you're probably not human Step into this Korean cake shop for a mocha roll or green tea mousse.
5 Strathfield ave Strathfield
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