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Korean Life

Korean Life

Korean Life

Korean Life

Korean Life

Korean Life

  Korean Lifestyle  
Religion
Unlike some cultures where a single religion is dominant, Korean culture includes a wide variety of religious elements that have shaped the people's way of thinking and behavior. In the early stages of history in Korea, religious and political functions …
Festivals
Tteokguk: Korean custom calls for starting the New Year with a hearty bowl of rice cake soup to bring luck In bygone days, festivals were lavish religious observances. Even before the Three Kingdoms period, …
Food
Traditional full-course meal Of the three basic elements of life ― house, clothing and food ― the change in dietary habits has most significantly affected Koreans. Rice still remains the staple of m…
Clothing
Hanbok, traditional clothing Koreans weaved cloth with hemp and arrowroot and raised silkworms to produce silk. During the Three Kingdoms period, men wore jeogori (jacket), baji (trousers), and durumagi (overcoa…
House
Ondol: In modern usage it refers to any type of underfloor heating of a room that follows the traditional way of eating and sleeping on the floor. Hanok, traditional Korean houses, remained relatively unchanged…








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Korean National Anthem at 2000 ASF XXIII Opening Ceremony


Korean Anthem - Korea Fantasy
by Eak-Tai Ahn 2


Min Pak & Peace and Harmony Orchestra (2015) Open Music Concert.


"Blue Heart and White Heart" and "Half Moon" by Atlanta Children’s Choir


Koreanfest Fine Music Festival


Koreanfest Dance Festival