A Korean Canadian creator has taken to TikTok to share a “viral” way of distinguishing how dolled up you should get she learned in Korea.
Are you low contrast, medium contrast or high contrast?
What are has the best Korean food? A Los Angeles native shares his answer.
An American woman who recently traveled to Korea is sharing key “culture shocks” she noticed.
“I remember feeling absolutely petrified and embarrassed … That was the first time I realized that the food I was eating was different, and that I didn’t fit in as much as I thought I did.”
A Singaporean content creator recounts the fatphobia she witnessed while visiting Korea.
If you’re new to the K-pop fandom, “bias” in this case is unlike its typical, more negative definition.
“I’m already struggling in America I can’t imagine how the ppl in Korea are doing”
In a recent video, TikToker MJ shared the unique process for purchasing a convenience store beverage in Korea.
TikTokers around the world were shocked to learn they celebrate the same exact birthday tradition.