Not many coffee lovers have South Korea in mind when they think about countries to visit and experience the coffee culture. Even though Korea is not cultivating coffee, it is worth visiting to experience a unique and modern coffee shop scene. Read further to find out how coffee has arrived in Korea and how it has become a vital part of the sophisticated culture over time. The Korean coffee culture might not be as ancient and well known, but it is an original, exceptional experience for sure!
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The best way to learn Korean is by taking language courses and living in South Korea at the same time. That is why Asia Exchange enables students to study at a Korean University and take Korean language classes in Seoul, Ansan or Busan. Are you interested in a language program in Korea? If that’s the case, keep reading!
Do you want to study abroad in Portugal, but you thought you needed to study in Portuguese? Luckily, that is not the case. You can study in Lisbon in English indeed! Portugal hosts more than 50,000 international students each year. Its capital, Lisbon, is one of the most favored study abroad destinations in Europe.
Someya from Sweden moved to South Korea at the beginning of 2021. She started her full degree in international business at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies in Seoul. Last week we published the first part of this interview series on our blog. This week, you will find out about Someya’s daily life and challenges in Seoul as a foreigner. (Part II)