For students or those on a budget that are looking to stay in Korea for an extended period of time (> 1 month), a gositel or livingtel is probably one of the top choices. Firstly, let me briefly go through the choices that you have: 1. Gositel / livingtel 2. renting a very small apartment
I’m sure this is a major concern for many of us, especially exchange students or foreigners on a relatively long stay here in Korea. At the end of our trip, we probably accumulated so much belongings that it would no longer fit into our luggages. And they are too heavy to bring to the post
If you are in Korea and speak some Korean, do try to order 배달 (home delivery). And please order Korean / Chinese food at Korean restaurants, what’s the fun of ordering Macs in Korea? ^^ I think many of us who watch Korean dramas are very fascinated by the awesome service of Korean food delivery.
[For the first time ever, I exceeded the monthly bandwidth at photobucket -.- I'm sorry you all have to see the ugly images, but my bandwidth will be reset every month on the 3rd. It's only the 17th and it's already exceeded? O.o I won't be uploading prior photos elsewhere, but I'll upload future photos
I’m sure alot of people know that it’s a real hassle for foreigners to get a phone in Korea, particularly if you are staying for a period that’s not too long, but yet not too short. I had loads of problems finding a decent tutorial on it, so I’ll try to be as detailed as