Interesting facts about Korea - Article - things about Korea and Koreans - 1. History, culture, etc. of Korea and the CIS. The catalogue of our information - lim Community. Culture and traditions of Korea
Millions of people around the world, one way or another, daily use equipment produced in this small but incredibly developed country. South Korea famous for high-tech companies such as KIA,…

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Tea traditions in different countries: vsegda_tvoj
It would seem that tea and tea — what's special about it? But tea, like national cuisine, each country has its own characteristic features. Check these pics, they are really…

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The Art of Japan: traditions and modernity”

Recently I heard of a Japanese saying. “The one with the terrace beside the water, the moon before others see.” What it’s about. About the amazing love of man to nature. Japanese myths tell that when the gods Izanami and Izanagi over the rainbow descended from the heavens to separate the earth from the abyss, struck Izanagi the powerful spear on abyss and then with his spear rolled the string drops. These drops formed a curved chain of Islands. Yamato is the ancient name of Japan, means “way of the mountains”. The name “Yamato” suggests that the creation of Japan is not yet complete. “The land of the rising sun” called her neighbors.

Japanese love to the lovely is rooted in their love of nature. Japan is a country of beautiful landscapes in a soft green-blue tones. This delicate range can sometimes break the fall colors of the maples Continue reading

Tours in yangju, Korea
Yangju city in Korea attracts Russian tourists with their originality. In it's ancient culture and history blend harmoniously into a single whole with modernity. Not by accident, intending to go…

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How I ate a dog: a Journey in North Korea and South Korea
In the summer of 2013 Evgeny Konovalov spent six months in North Korea, and six months later went to South Korea and compared their impressions. About the strangeness of people's…

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