Singapore really lacks a good variety of Korean reading materials. The only place where there is a substantial collection of Korean books is in Seoul Mart (B1 Cineleisure/Square 2). Compared to the number of Japanese reading materials available in Kino, it’s really little. But.. I found out last month that Singapore do have a bi-weekly newspaper printed entirely in Korean! It’s supposed to be for those Koreans who moved over to Singapore, but it really serves as a good reading material
Best of all.. its FREE. You can pick up a copy at the counter in Seoul Mart (: This edition comes with an additional magazine. The best part is that it’s a Korean-English magazine, which means that all the articles in Korean are translated to English! How perfect is that (: Its a really great learning material, you can get to ‘check’ if your comprehension skills are accurate.
I know that you can easily access the internet if you want korean reading materials. But somehow I prefer the old-fashioned print copy (: Since books are expensive, this is a great alternative, isn’t it? I must remember to pay Seoul Mart a visit every 2 weeks!
Anw just as I was walking into Seoul Mart, I saw 2 ladies who bought this ice-cream.
Well, I was so curious about it and went to get one too 😀 It’s really heavenly, especially for people like me who prefer to bite rather than lick their ice-cream. I didn’t manage to snap a picture, but I managed to find the ones above after googling it. It really looks like corn right? hahaha I love korean ice cream!