Secret? Yes. Illegal? Not exactly.
You’re hired! Ch’wijik (취직) and the Korean workplace
6 ways Korean and US workplaces are different~
How do you say “stress” in North Korea?
Yŏhaeng means travel. Read and watch more about its place in Korean culture.
Who was here first? Sŏnbae 선배
What does sŏnbae mean? Or, if you’re using Revised Romanization, what does seonbae mean? Your sŏnbae is someone who entered an organization–a university,
Meaning Nunch’i is such an essential element of Korean culture that I hesitate to tackle it–and have no choice but to
The alba is a pretty big trope in K-dramas and other pop culture products these days, probably because it’s a pretty big deal in society, too, as what started out as the kind of work students did part time has become a way for unlucky adults to eek out a living—a modern phenomenon in the US and other Western countries, too.
Meaning You might think you know what multiplayer means in Korean because it looks like an English word. Don’t be fooled,