More and more people around the world are interested in K-culture, such as K-pop, K-Food, and K-beauty, and are liking Korea more than ever before. I am happy and proud as a Korean.

Below are sites/apps that may be helpful to foreigners interested in Korea.
If you have any questions about Korea, please feel free to ask. You can contact me on the Contact page.

Do you want to learn Korean? If so, the following sites may be helpful:
How to Study Korean:
King Sejong Institute Foundation:
EBS(Korea Educational Broadcasting Corporation):
The Cyber University of Korea:
National Institute of Korean Language:
Basic Korean Dictionary:

If you know a little Korean, you can use an online translator to translate the word or phrase you want to search for and then search on Naver or Daum. And it may be helpful to translate your search results using Google Translator. Don't worry if you don't have a Korean friend or friend who knows a lot about Korea who can help you. Online is a sea of ​​information that can tell you about anything you want to know. It's just that you haven't found it.

Portal / Shopping

Naver (App) ㅣ Daum (App)
Naver ShoppingCoupang


KakaTalk (Win/Mac/iOS/Android)
Messenger used by all Korean citizens

Software Category

Dreamwiz Software


Naver map: Web / App
Kakao map: Web / App
Google map: Web / App
Seoul Subway Map (Web / App)
Seoul and Busan Subway Image Files
(kor/eng/chn/jpn, pdf/png)

Internet and Mobile Carriers
There are three major telecommunications companies in Korea. Korean companies provide both Internet line services and mobile communication services.
KTLG U+SK Broadband

Towers - Panoramic view of Seoul
Namsan SeoulTower: (Google Map)
Lotte WorldTower: (Google Map)

Lotte WorldTower and Namsan SeoulTower

Han River Tour Cruise
ELand Cruise: (Google Map)

Han River Tour Cruise