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BiiBii in Korea | Lotte World in Seoul

Hi Wishtrenders! This is BiiBii from BiiBiiBeauty and this is the first episode of our new segment here on Wishtrend TV! In this segment, I will be going around to fun and interesting places here in South Korea, sharing my first experiences. ▶CONNECT WITH US Shop http://www.wishtrend.com/ Facebook http://www.facebook.com/wishtrendtv Blog http://www.wishtrendglam.com Twitter http://twitter.com/wishtrend Instagram WISHTrend E-mail wishtrendtv@gmail.com
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Alright so I'm a total history nerd, I majored in East Asian Studies and eat stuff like this up. Read the full (long!) article here - I will try to explain it basically, but its really worth the read. Here we go: It all started with Japan. As you might know, Japan colonized Korea eventually trying to erase Korean culture all together on the peninsula. In the very beginning though, that wasn't the case. Japan was willing to share Korean and Japanese culture, and the Japanese and Korean elite often spoke together and traded pop culture. Japanese elite brought over Western-influenced music because of their connections with the Western world (which Korea didn't interact with other than missionaries at the time) The Korean elite wanted to be modern and successful like Japan, so they adopted this music (called Changga) as their new favorite genre. (You can hear a lot of European influences in early Korean music...) This is where it gets interesting. The Korean elite wanted to be independent of Japan. They wanted Korea to stand alone as a strong nation, not pushed around by China or Japan anymore. They stared the pro-independence movement. Now, most revolutions like this would turn to traditional music, traditional culture to strengthen the country (for example, Korea would use ancient Korean songs to protest the Japanese occupation) but the Korean elite didn't! They wanted Korea to be strong, and to be strong they felt like they needed to modernize - ie be like the West. They used this Changga music (ironically brought to them by Japan) to protest Japanese rule! To this day Korea is always trying to "keep up with" the Western world so that they can be considered modern and powerful. Most things that they do is to modernize and stay trendy because that is how the country has always defined strength. But then, Japan decided to make money off of that... Japan had seen its first real pop music hit in 1914. People were buying records, following tabloids, and really getting into pop culture. That was really the birth of the Japanese music industry. In 1926, Korea had a similar experience. A song called the "Death Song" appeared, sung by Yun Shim-Deok. The singer committed suicide with her lover right after the song was released and the story made HUGE headlines. It was chilling, 'romantic,' and dramatic. Korea ate it up. Japanese record companies came in and started selling the record, selling over 50,000 copies! (In 1926 that number is totally insane!) You can listen to the death song here: The record industry after that was run mainly by the Japanese yakuza and their partnered Korean gangsters. The industry was set up very similar to how it is now, with entertainment industries doing everything in-house (SM has specific song writers that only work for SM, and their artists are actors, singers, models, etc) This is also why so many Kpop artists become actors...because even back in the 1920s musicians couldn't make enough money so the real way to make a living was through acting. That still stands today. So, today's Kpop is based off of this first "Korean pop" hit (the death song) AND protest songs against Japan. So when people say that Kpop is just a copy of Western music, they're sort of right but not in the way that they're thinking. Yes, its a reflection of Western culture, but the reason behind it is that Korea has been fighting to be recognized as a modern, powerful force to be reckoned with since the early 1900s. They want people to know Korea is strong, modern, and a country to look up to, not look down upon. So the next time someone tells you Kpop is a lame copy of American pop - give them this little history lesson. Again, PLEASE read the full article - its so interesting! HERE it is!
The one thing you need to know before you leave for the airport
After Air Canada denied Dong Heon Kim boarding on his recent flight to Korea, he joined the ranks of disappointed travelers who have shown up to the airport ready for take-off only to have their plans thwarted by missing or inadequate travel documents. Now he wants to know if we can help. Can we? Yes, but not in the way that Kim had hoped. His story serves as a reminder of the importance of consulting with an official information source before heading to the airport for an international flight. If you don’t verify that you have all the required documentation for travel, you may end up back home where you started. Ready for take-off? Kim’s story began when he purchased a ticket on Air Canada through ExploreTrip, an online ticketing agency. When he showed up at the airport for his flight, the Air Canada representatives determined that because his trip stopped in Vancouver, he needed an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) to transit through Canada. That moment was the first time Kim had heard about this requirement. But since this ETA can sometimes be granted at the airport, the Air Canada staff assisted Kim with the application. However, he did not receive an immediate approval and missed his flight. Kim then made another traveling misstep. He says that instead of canceling his flight in person, he sent an email to Air Canada and went home. The airline listed Kim as a no-show. A no-show When an airline determines that a passenger is a no-show, the traveler loses the value of the entire ticket. So when Kim contacted us, he wanted to know if he could hold ExploreTrip responsible for his lost flight and force it to reimburse him. He believed that someone at this agency should have informed him of his need for an ETA. As we have pointed out many times, travelers are responsible for making sure that they have purchased their tickets from a well reputed agency like Cheapoair and possess all the required documents . And, expecting an online agency with which Kim had no personal contact, to inform him of his personalized travel needs was especially ill-advised. Terms of using ExploreTrip I checked the terms of usage for ExploreTrip, and as expected, under FAQ’s it reads: What kind of visa and documents are required for my travel? Do I need transit visa? All international travelers need to have valid documents and visa to get entry into the other country even for certain transit countries. You are responsible to ensure that you have all necessary travel documents and visas before booking the ticket. To check the visa requirement for transit and destination country, please click on this link below to get the relevant details. We suggest you to contact the respective country embassy in [the U.S.] the usa as per your itinerary to get the accurate information for [your visa] and documents. Under this FAQ was a link to an online tool provided by the International Air transport Association(IATA). With this tool, a traveler can enter their personalized travel information, and the required travel and health documents appear. If Kim had utilized this tool before his intended journey, he would have been alerted to his need for an ETA. This type of language described in ExploreTrip’s FAQs can be found across the board in the travel industry. Similar disclaimers can be found in the terms of the airlines, online travel agencies and with traditional travel agencies. Knowing the required travel documents The responsibility for knowing and obtaining the proper travel documents lies with the traveler. Kim’s case highlights the fact that you also need to check the entry requirements for any country through which your flight may connect. And it’s not just missing visas or ETAs that could put the brakes on your trip. Rita Finger recently contacted us because her daughter was denied boarding on her flight to Switzerland. She attempted to check in with less than three months’ validity left on her passport. The requirement for entry to Switzerland is three months beyond the dates of travel. As a result, she incurred an additional expense of $2,500 (to change her flight) and the cost of an expedited passport. Her mother wants to know who will reimburse her daughter. Unfortunately, the answer is no one. When a traveler makes a mistake such as this, they almost always bear the financial burden. The U.S. Department of State Long before packing your suitcase, make sure to consult the Department of State’s website. Here, you will find an abundance of information for your international travel needs. You can also find the contact information for the embassy of the country to which you plan to travel. This embassy will be the ultimate authority on the currently needed travel documents for your destination. By the way, a consumer advocacy site also cannot be relied upon to give you advice as to what travel documents you will need. We have had several consumers post to our forums recently asking for guidance about their complicated travel needs. We can’t give that type of advice. As we have seen time and again, the implications of having the wrong information can be disastrous. Who could forget the recent case of Elgy Gillespie who tried to fly to Ireland with no passport at all? That was an expensive mistake. Please consult the embassy or consulate of the country to which you wish to travel to make certain of your needed travel documents. We never like to hear about travelers missing their planned vacations and losing money in the process. But, we hope that by providing this information, we can prevent our readers from ending up in similar circumstances. Remember, doing your pre-travel research can save you a big headache down the road.
TOP MÓN ĂN VẶT nổi tiếng Hải Phòng
Tuy không có quá nhiều địa điểm du lịch nổi tiếng nhưng vùng đất cảng luôn có những cách rất riêng để thu hút mọi người. Nếu một lần đặt chân đến Hải Phòng, bạn sẽ không bao giờ quên những món ăn vặt ngon mà vô cùng rẻ nơi đây. Cùng halo khám phá nhé - 7 đặc sản Hải Phòng làm quà không mua nhất định sẽ tiếc nuối 1. Bánh mì cay, món ngon đặc sản Hải Phòng Nếu đặt chân đến Đất cảng mà không thưởng thức món bánh mì cay sẽ là uổng phí cả chuyến đi. Bánh mì cay là một trong những món đặc sản vô cùng nổi tiếng ở Hải Phòng. Không chỉ giới hạn ở đây, Bánh mì cay đã chinh phục được rất nhiều người có mặt trên khắp các tỉnh thành cả nước. Không cầu kỳ trong cách chế biến, không sang chảnh hay đắt đỏ. Bánh mì cay Hải Phòng chinh phục người ta bởi hương vị dân dã, giá cả phải chăng. Chiếc bánh mì nhỏ nhắn chỉ bằng hai ngón tay có nhân patê, một chút ruốc và xíu tương ớt đã khiến bao người mê mẩn. Mặc dù đã có mặt ở rất nhiều tỉnh thành trên cả nước nhưng bánh mì cay chính gốc ở Hải Phòng vẫn mang một hương vị đặc biệt. Khiến cho những vị khách khi đến đây đều phai dừng chân để thưởng thức. Nếu một lần ghé thăm Hải Phòng bạn nhất định phải thử món này nha! Địa chỉ: Bán h mì que Bà Già, 57 Lê Lợi, thành phố Hải Phòng Giá tham khảo: 2.000VNĐ/chiếc 2. Ăn quên lối với ốc Hải Phòng Nếu phải nhắc đến top món ăn vặt nổi tiếng ở Hải Phòng mà không có ốc thì quả thật là một thiếu sót. Những món ốc ở Hải Phòng quả thật rất đa dạng và phong phú. Ốc tại đây được chế biến thành nhiều món khác nhau như ốc luộc, xào dừa, xào me, các món nướng…Không chỉ có những loại quen thuộc. Đến với Hải Phòng bạn còn được thưởng thức những loại ốc lạ mắt có hương vị tuyệt vời! Địa chỉ: Quán ốc Thủy Dương Hải Phòng, Số 30/263 Lạch Tray, Đằng Lâm, Ngô Quyền, Hải Phòng Giá tham khảo: 200.000VNĐ/2 người 3. Nem cua bể Hải Phòng Được xem là một trong những món đặc sản nức tiếng ở Hải Phòng. Nem cua bể tại đây có hương vị đặc trưng không một địa điểm du lịch nào có thể sánh được. Vẫn với các nguyên liệu quen thuộc như mộc nhĩ, nấm hương, thịt vai, miến,…nhưng với cua gạch người dân Hải Phòng đã nâng tầm cho món ăn này. Một đĩa nem cua bể vuông vức được cắt khéo thành những miếng nhỏ ăn với bún kèm rau sống cùng với hương vị nước chấm chua ngọt quả thật là một trải nghiệm tuyệt vời khi đặt chân đến Hải Phòng. Địa chỉ: Nem Cua Bể Thuận Yến, 88 Trần Nhật Duật, Quận Ngô Quyền, Hải Phòng Giá tham khảo: 35.000VNĐ đến 77.000VNĐ 4. Bánh đa cua Lại nằm trong danh sách một trong những món nhất định phải thử khi đến với Hải Phòng. Nhắc đến cụm từ “bánh đa cua Hải Phòng” bất cứ ai đều phải gật gù công nhận, món ăn này quả ngon, rất ngon. Vị ngon từ nước, từ thịt, từ rau ăn kèm đến thứ bánh đa đỏ đặc trưng. Bánh đa của có màu đỏ gạch được người bán hàng trần qua nước nóng cho mềm sau đó cho vào bát tô. Bánh ngon đúng điệu khi ăn cùng với rau muống, hành, chả cá và không thể thiếu gạch cua. Nhiều người thường đùa rằng nếu chưa đặt chân đến Hải Phòng thì bạn sẽ chưa được thưởng thức một bát bánh đa cua ngon đúng điệu. Địa chỉ: Bánh Đa Cua Đồng, 48 Lạch Tray, Quận Ngô Quyền, Hải Phòng Giá tham khảo: 20.000VNĐ đến 30.000VNĐ 5. Cháo sườn Cháo sườn, cháo cay là một trong những món ăn ưa thích của rất nhiều bạn học sinh, sinh viên Hải Phòng. Không chỉ có một mức giá hợp món ăn này còn làm ấm lòng bất kì thực khách nào khi thưởng thức. Đặc biệt là vào những ngày có tiết trời se lạnh. Bạn sẽ không thể khước từ những bát cháo cay cay thơm phức được ăn kèm quẩy, hành, ngò gai. Có rất nhiều phiên bản cháo cay ở Hải Phòng. Nếu cho thịt lươn xào lên thì kêu là cháo lươn, cho sườn thì là cháo sườn. Tuy nhiên, có một điều luôn bất biến đó chính là vị cay cay đặc trưng đến từ ớt. Nếu có cơ hội đặt chân đến vùng đất cảng nhất định bạn phải thưởng thức món này đó! Địa chỉ: Cháo Cay, 17 Trần Bình Trọng, Quận Ngô Quyền, Hải Phòng Giá tham khảo: 15.000VNĐ đến 25.000VNĐ 6. Bánh cuốn Hải Phòng Đến với Hải Phòng, không khó để bạn có thể tìm cho mình một quán bánh cuốn để thưởng thức. Đây là một món ăn đặc trưng của người dân ở đây vào mỗi buổi sáng. Bánh cuốn Hải Phòng có một hương vị đặc trưng không giống bất cứ đâu. Người sành ăn chỉ cần nhìn bánh là có thể đoán biết được quán này có làm ngon hay không. Bánh cuốn ngon phải được tráng thật mỏng rồi khéo rắc thêm ruốc và hành khô lên. Nước mắm cũng không phải pha chế theo kiểu thông thường mà phải được ăn kèm với nước ninh xương sau đó thêm giấm ớt. Nếu một lần được thưởng thức bạn chắc chắn sẽ không quên được món ăn này! Địa chỉ: Bà Bẩy, 66 Cát Cụt, Quận Lê Chân, Hải Phòng Giá tham khảo: 15.000VNĐ đến 30.000VNĐ Halo Hải Phòng hy vọng rằng bài viết này đã giúp các bạn có thêm nhiều món ăn để lựa chọn khi đến với Hải Phòng. Đừng quên theo dõi chúng mình để cập nhật thêm nhiều thông tin du lịch hấp dẫn khác nhé! Xem thêm: - Khám phá đặc sản Hải Phòng - https://halo10.doodlekit.com/blog/entry/9057901/kinh-nghim-du-lch-hi-phng-2-ngy-1-m
6 Korean Olympians To Watch!
You know I can't WAIT for the Olympics so let's look at a few awesome Olympians representing South Korea :D PS: 올림픽 - oh-lim-pik! Ki Bo Bae - Archery A South Korean archer who was ranked the world’s number one archer in August 2015. She is the current World Championship and the defending Olympic champion in archery. An Chang Rim - Judo South Korea’s premier lightweight Judo champion and the nation’s representative in the 2016 summer olympics. He is currently ranked first in the world and seeded first in the Olympics. Kim Ji Yeon - Fencing A South Korean sabre fencer and the 2012 Olympic champion. Having started foil fencing at the age of 13, she is the first South Korean woman to win a gold medal in fencing in the Olympic games. Shin A Lam - Fencing A fencer whose 2012 duel sparked a huge controversy in the Olympic games after a timekeeping error gave her opponent a timing advantage. When South Korea immediately appealed the decision, Shin waited for over an hour on the duelling ground, in accordance to the fencing bylaws, while judges deliberated and eventually gave the win to Shin’s opponent. Son Yeon Jae - Rhythmic Gymnastics An individual rhythmic gymnast, dubbed the “National Fairy” of South Korea. She has won titles in the 2014 Asian Games, 2010 Asian Games, and 2014 World Championships. Calling it now: she's going to be the next Kim Yuna and have her face on EVERY advertisement lol! Park Tae Hwan - Swimming An Olympic swimmer who is the first South Korean to win an Olympic medal in swimming. He has competed and won medals in the 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics, and is to compete once more in the upcoming 2016 games. Who else is PUUUUUMPED for the Olympics?!
Idols That Had YouTube Channels Pre-Debut
So many American artists started out on YouTube, but did you know quite a few Korean idols did the same? Here is a list of the known YouTube channels :) Jae from Day6 Jae from Day6 had a ton of fans pre debut thanks to his awesome acoustic covers he would put up on YouTube starting in 2010! Check it out here! Vernon from Seventeen He actually started out super young (which makes sense, cause he's STILL super young lol) and made videos as a kid with the help of his parents. The original channel is gone, but here's one video that survives! Eric Nam Eric was discovered with the help of these videos thanks to his insane voice. He had a big following, and some of the songs are still up on his official channel here! Ailee Ailee also got discovered over Youtube where she was picked up by US talk shows like Maury. After that she headed to Korea to pursue a full-time entertainer career! Check it out here! Young K from Day6 Growing up in Canada, Young K and a few friends made a Youtube channel to upload covers, random vlogs, and original songs. Now, one of his friend's runs it, but there are a few great Young K videos here! They even made a video for his debut (making fun of him hahahahhahaa) HERE! Kasper Going as Serine originally, she vlogged through her trainee days and was super open about the whole process! She vlogs less now but still has really cool videos talking about everything from a day in the life of an idol, to going through the audition process. Check her out here! Who would YOU subscribe to?
Korean Girls Try Mexican Soda For The First Time!
Just when that whole YouTube trend of sampling foods from different cultures was losing its sparkle to me, Digitalsoju TV had to go ahead and introduce Korean girls to Jarritos. I've been wanting to write a card about Jarritos for a while now, as it's one of those Mexican sodas that are an essential part of the culture of Mexican cuisine. Sure, you can talk about Baja California seafood or the delicious carnes of central Mexico's ranching region, but what would that deliciousness be without a cold, fizzy Jarritos on the side? If you don't know Jarritos, it's an incredibly popular Mexican soda brand that's made with cane sugar and comes in a variety of flavors, including strawberry, guava, pineapple, and tamarind. In this video, the girls end up sampling the pineapple, grapefruit, mango, and guava flavors, but how does Jarritos translate in the Land of the Morning Calm? Let's look! Like any good soda, the first thing they notice is it's full of sugar. And then they all realize they're obsessed with the guava one. My favorite was the homegirl going too hard on the grapefruit. This one had her ranking all figured out. Does it match yours? Overall, these girls all agreed that Jarritos was delicious - and would be even more delicious mixed with a little vodka! You can check out their FULL commentary - plus their opinion on Squirt! - in the embedded video above. And then let me know: What's YOUR favorite Mexican soda flavor? And if you haven't tried Jarritos before, which flavor would YOU want to try? @bangtanboysfan1 @AnnahiZaragoza @fabiola12fb @abiersack666 @YeseniaLira @DianaKpop58 @reyestiny93 @AdaliaMartinez @exokpop12385 @michellefuentes @perlaaraujo73 @jessicacruz1480 @DulceOjeda @giselacampos14 @wuyifanslover @nevershoutnancy @mirandazamira @jooheony @YeseniaF @SunnyV @IlseJimenez @KpopGaby @NelyJoss @aabxo @aliciasalinas @ThyaremyCreator @Cuetlatchli @Sunflower18 @purplem00n23 @jannatd93 @Luci546 @ALEXCAMACHO @TehDL @buddyesd @JocelynPacheco @SarahRegulski @MyAffairWith @FelipeZambrano @LindaGuandique @KassyGuz96 @XDLP @alywoah @FelipeZambrano
Know How to Enjoy Culinary Travel Around the World
If you follow travel industry trends, you have probably noticed the increasing number of culinary travel blogs that talk about gastronomic delights from around the world. From hidden ramen spots in Tokyo to Michelin restaurants in Madrid to mom-and-pop eateries in Marrakech, these blogs make you want to pack your bags and hop on a plane to try the flavors of the word. Indeed, culinary travel blogs are showing the growing interest of tourists in food and wine tourism. But what exactly is culinary travel and why is it big right now? While culinary travel blogs have just become phenomenal, they are not entirely new. People have been going to different parts of the globe to taste and discover different kinds of cuisine for centuries. But today's generation of travelers want to share every epic foodie moment on their social media, whether they tried fried insects from a local food stall or splurged on a 10-course meal in a celebrity-chef restaurant in Dubai. This is why tour operators now provide tour packages designed for food enthusiasts and even for serious gourmands. By joining one, you won’t just enjoy a gastronomic adventure—you will also be able to visit incredible destinations and even pick up some cooking skills along the way. According to various culinary travel blogs, here are some of the best ways to get the most out of culinary travel packages. Learn food history Culinary tourism is not only about specialty dining experiences. Of course you will visit various restaurants, cafes, and bistros, but it's a lot more than that. The best trips let you meet with chefs and take part in food seminars and events. Culinary travel packages allow you to learn about local culinary cultures and customs. You will explore age-old cooking traditions and uncover the history of certain cuisines, discovering how they have evolved over the years. Cook local dishes It's one thing to know about how foreign dishes are made, but it's another thing to prepare and cook them yourselves. To make this trip extra memorable, take cooking lessons and learn directly from local cooks. This way, you can recreate your favorites at home. Explore the local area What better way to learn about food history than to be in the very place where the recipes originated? Some of the best culinary travel packages take you to farms and markets where you can buy and even harvestlocally growningredients yourself. About the Company Dynie Sanderson, Editor and Writer of Napa Food Gal Travels offers visitors an inspiring journey as a resource on culinary and wine destinations, luxury travel and resorts, restaurants, food and culinary events, unique get-a-ways, solo travel, and soft adventure travel. As an experienced food, wine and travel writer, Dynie’s passion for food and travel takes her to destinations near and far working in partnership with tourism boards and Destination Marketing Organizations. Dynie Sanderson has been a food, wine and travel writer for over 20 years with editorial contributions to a variety of regional lifestyle publications including being Publisher/Editor of GuestWest Magazine and Food and Flavor Editor for Napa Valley Life Magazine. Dynie – NapaFoodGal is the Editor and Content Creator for NapaFoodGalTravels as well as managing her popular social media outlets. She also is contributor to a variety of print and online publications with upcoming features to be showcased in JustLuxe, “the hotel guide”, FWT, AppleNews, Google News, USA Today 10Best and more … Today, NapaFoodGalTravels has a reach of over 200,000 people across the world between her blog and social media channels. Monthly page views per Google Analytics: 88.2K Twitter Followers: 61K Instagram Followers: 18K Facebook Fans and Friends Combined: Over 6,000
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