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Naver Get Lost Again: A Guide to Bike Paths and Bike Travel in Korea

Naver is to Korea what Google is to America. It’s the go-to search engine and directions provider. And as far as mapped-out bike paths are concerned, Naver and Korea are both way ahead of the game. While it can be intimidating to stare at a screen filled with Korean words (there is no English setting, sorry), it’s actually still very possible to navigate. Here’s how:

To find a bicycle path near you:

1. Go to Naver Maps and zoom in on your desired location. Move about the map by clicking, holding and dragging. To zoom in and out, use the + / – feature placed vertically on the righthand side of the screen.


[Seventeen] Read on

Happy new year everyone! :)


I don't know about you, but December and the beginning of January is a time of the year that I really hold dear to my heart because this is when I can catch up with family and friends and reflect on what I want to do in the new year. 


One of the ways I have been preparing for the new year was by reading during the winter holidays. My favourite books are ones that leave me feeling inspired and motivated to pursue my goals and dreams. And to leave you inspired, today, I am going to share two of my favourite online sources on Korean books and cartoons.

[Sixteen] Learning Korean 한국어 through the Web


Talkin' Tech in Korea w/ Stafford, Matthew, & Jeff


45:49 minutes (20.98 MB)

On Naver, the Anti English Spectrum, and what's next

Source: The Korea Herald, as edited from the Anti-English Spectrum's website.

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