My North Korean Holiday (North Korea Documentary) | Real Stories

An unstable Soviet dictatorship, notorious for human rights abuses and known to be developing nuclear weapons, is probably the last place most people want to visit on holiday. But one travel agency, specialising in ‘danger tourism’, regularly organises trips in North Korea for tourists keen to meet ‘the last Soviets’. We join a group of three and travel around the country. Keen to experience first hand the realities of life in a totalitarian state, we even try to escape the official tour guide... Want to watch more full-length Documentaries? Click here: http://bit.ly/1GOzpIu Follow us on Twitter for more - https://twitter.com/realstoriesdocs Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RealStoriesChannel Instagram - @realstoriesdocs Content licensed from Java Films. Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries@littledotstudios.com

Holidays in Korea: Christmas Eve

Captions coming soon! Spent my Christmas Eve in good company... food! Haci es como me la pase en Noche Buena. Bien acompañada... pero de comida! Music by JJ Caballero - Better (Instrumental) - https://thmatc.co/?l=3E02299F

My Holidays at South Korea March 2018...unexpected snow in spring season

Learn Korean Holidays - Parents' Day

https://www.KoreanClass101.com/video Learn more about Korean culture with KoreanClass101.com! Ever wondered what the most important Korean holidays are, and how they are celebrated? Then this 25-lesson video series is for you! With this series, you'll learn the what, why, when and how of 25 well-known holidays in South Korea. In this video, you'll learn all about Parents' Day in South Korea and how it's celebrated, from food to decorations, while building your Korean vocabulary. Join Kyeong-Jin for a dose of Korean culture! Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find many more fantastic Korean audio and video lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you're there! Find out more, go to: https://www.KoreanClass101.com/2013/05/17/video-culture-class-korean-holidays-19-parents-day/ https://www.KoreanClass101.com/video

"Post holidays syndrome" in Korea (Issues in Korea, February 2018)

PDF: http://www.practicus.co.kr/admin/upload/180225syndrome.pdf Summary Lunar New Year’s and Chuseok holidays in Korea are a time for family reunions and happiness. People get together with their relatives and have a good time. But after three-to-four days of holidays, we hear news reports about so-called “post holidays syndrome.” Breaking away from your day-to-day rhythm makes you feel out of balance, and meeting your relatives and/or in-laws can be mentally tiring. The feeling is so strong and pervasive for Koreans that it has been labeled as a “syndrome.” Worse than that, we hear reports that the number of couples filing for divorce spikes after the holidays. Under traditional Korean values, women are supposed to handle all the cooking, serving, cleaning and additional housework for the in-laws during the holidays. The difficulty and discomfort serve as a last-straw for many married women, so to speak. Unlike in the past, the younger generation now complain that holidays are not a time for fun anymore. With the highest youth unemployment rate, people in their 20s and 30s are asked about their job searches or marriage plans by their relatives. Some even use the holidays as a chance for a get-away and take overseas trips. Various tips are available on the Internet about how to overcome the physical side of the syndrome. But for the mental side, it’s not easy to overcome the conflicts and frustration caused by the holidays. Some say that it’s only twice a year and we need to look on the bright side and try to overcome it. Others say, “What good are long holidays if the time doesn’t make us any happier?” Everything changes so quickly in Korea, even the way people accept the traditional holidays. If the changes are inevitable, instead of sticking to old traditions, wouldn’t it be better to start compromising to make change for the better? Keywords / Key Sentences 1. 명절증후군을 빨리 극복하기 위해서는 생활습관을 평상시처럼 되돌리는 게 중요하다. To overcome the syndrome quickly, we need to get back to our normal daily routine. / We need to get back to our regular work-life balance as soon as possible to avoid suffering the syndrome. / The post-holiday blues can be curbed if we get back to our usual lives. 2. 요즘 20·30대에게 "결혼 언제 하느냐", "취업 준비 잘 돼 가느냐", "애 언제 낳느냐"는 말이 스트레스다. Questions such as “How is the job search going?”, “When are you going to get married?” and “When are you going to have a baby?” are the most stressful for people in their 20s and 30s. / Invasive questions about career and family life are very uncomfortable and put pressure on younger Koreans. / Personal questions about your future and professional aspirations are the main cause of tension at family gatherings. 3. 친척과 가족에 의해 비교당하거나 무시당하는 기분이 들어 갈등이 발생하기도 한다. Miscommunication with families and relatives during the holidays often causes negative feelings. The sense of being compared and belittled is also cause for conflict. / Family dynamics can be complicated and lead to family members intentionally and unintentionally offending one another. / Families tend to brag about the ones closest to them and highlight their accomplishments. This may escalate to other family members trying to outdo each other. 4. 일년에 두 번뿐인 명절이니 불편함을 긍정적으로 받아들이자. Long holidays come only twice a year. Let’s not think about the discomfort so seriously and look on the bright side. / We only have two long holidays a year, so let’s make the best of it. If life gives you a lemon, make lemonade. / Long holidays have their pros and cons. We should focus on the pros and try to enjoy ourselves. 5. 가족들이 서로 도울 부분을 확인하고 역할을 분담하면 스트레스를 줄일 수 있다. If all the family members try to do their own part and share the burden of preparing for the holidays, the stress can be reduced for everyone. / Going forward, all family members should chip in and help with the logistics of the celebration. This will make everyone happier. / If everyone helps with the preparation, cooking and cleanup, Koreans will have a greater appreciation for the holidays. #issues_in_korea

GOlOWA GUYS SOUTH KOREA in Chuseak Holidays 2018

[VLOG] 120시간 밀착 브이로그, 추석연휴편! Korean Holidays | 화니HWAN’E

안녕하세요! 화니입니다! ^_^ 오늘은 추석 브이로그 영상을 갖고 왔는데요. 요새 24시간 밀착 브이로그가 유행인지 다들 하시더라고요. 그래서 저는 120시간, 총 5일간 추석 연휴 브이로그 준비했어요! 헤헤~ 말이 너무 많고 자막이 많아서 편집하다 죽을뻔 했습니다 ㅜ_ㅜ 오늘도 이렇게 귀한 시간 내어 영상봐주셔서 감사드리고요. 저희는 다음 영상에서 더욱 빠르게 만나도록 해요! 그럼, 안녕❤️ ————————————————————————— 👋 Contact Mail hwanebusiness@gmail.com 👋 Instagram https://www.instagram.com/hwane_online 👋 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/hwan4 ————————————————————————— #브이로그 #밀착브이로그 #추석

MY TRIP TO SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA // ( SAW EXOS SEHUN)

Hey guys, I apologize for the lack of sound. Right now I am trying to fix the issue with Youtube. Thank you for your patience! SO this was definitely the best experience of my life. i cannot wait to return to this beautiful country. also i cannot thank my parents enough for doing this. i had an incredible time and i hope you enjoyed the videooooo. insta: https://www.instagram.com/katiexrenae/ disclaimer: i do not own any of the music and not intended for copyright infringement. thank you

My holidays in korea 2018

Gala mag isa.ok lng

My Holidays in korea 2018

Gala mag isa..ok lng

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