Laura Vega editor(Colombia)
South Korea is one of the most powerful and influencing countries within the IT and metalworking industries. But further to this we can highlight the incredible growth most of their cultural industries have been gaining over the past few years.
Nowadays we can consider South Korea a pioneer within this industry, especially because of covid, we can say that South Korea shined the most in here. To explain how they have achieved this great success, we should start by defining some examples:
First is how SM entertainment was able to take advantage of the country's technological development to create a platform for virtual concerts streaming. So here we have a project built to satisfy and promote the entertainment industry in the country, plus the use of the current IT advantages, followed by an incredible marketing plan and execution that lead to an enormous and incredible movement of online concerts, not only in South Korea but in many places worldwide.
The second example is the fact that many entertainment firms are getting innovative with their business lines. They are getting into more different products to promote and expand the whole entertainment spectrum, so it is normal to see a whole company focused on music production also launching incredible IT resources, videogames, books, and even go as far as to get in totally unrelated business units within the agribusiness, and fashion and apparel.
Sabrina Gradolf editor（Switzerland）
My colleague and I were able to visit the Gyeonbokgung Palace and the small museum. How we felt, we can’t put into words. It was as if we traveled back in time. Exciting, very impressive and beautiful can describe this historical place - A MUST SEE when you’re in Seoul. Here we’ve summarized the most important things about the palace but also check out our photos and our Youtube-Video.
The Suneung – an eight-hour Korean ability exam
Education system in South Korea is consider to have the most mercilles education system in the world; is described as: „stressful, authoritarian, brutally competitive and meritocratic’’. Not only in Korea, but along with other „Asian Tigers” named: Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapour education is a solid economic foundation of the country and they have became global education centers.
The more successful country is, the more competitive students are.
South Korea is declared to be the best educated country and is consider to have the most educated young people in the entire world. Parents are spending large amount of they income to provide their children the best private tutoring, which is called the education arms race. This country is consider to have the largest private tutoring industry in the world.
It is not just about to admission into best universities in Korea, but to get into best universities in the entire world. That is why today’s korean students are envy of many people worldwide.
Avarage student in Korea spends from 13 hours to 16 hours of studying every single day, believing to get into the top universities and be at the top in the class. They are taking classes after classes, tutor after tutor, paying thousands of dollars to get the best education they can have. Not only students put pressure on themselves but also their parents and family members to get the best position is social hierarchy as they canｘday, believing to get into the top universities and be at the top in the class. They are taking classes after classes, tutor after tutor, paying thousands of dollars to get the best education they can have. Not only students put pressure on themselves but also their parents and family members to get the best position is social hierarchy as they can.
Laura Vega editor（Colombia）
Let's take a sip of coffee and talk about the Dabang culture in South Korea!
One of the things that I love the most about South Korea is its coffee culture (다방), and let's be honest, most of us need a daily dose of coffee every day, and if not, you must have more than the average amount of stamina in your body. I love coffee regardless of my actual lack of stamina thought! If you ever found yourself walking through the beautiful streets of Seoul or any other city in South Korea, you are going to notice many bars, coffee shops (다방) , restaurants (식당), and teahouses (찻집). But did you know there is a traditional explanation for this?
Well, let me share some great things about this: This culture was born of the need to have entertainment places a few decades ago. Do you recall those times when people would use Hanbok (한복)? This was active even during those times - that's why Koreans follow a "Drink out" culture!
Laura Vega editor(Colombia)
The Korean wave is a concept that has become more popular every day.
When we talk about the Korean wave, we have to know a little about the cultural industries in Korea and their history. Mainly, in Korea within the majority of prominent industries such as ship technology and production, we find an industry that has had immense growth for a couple of decades and that is the culture industry. Long ago it could be said that not everyone had extensive knowledge about the various products and services belonging to this industry but recently we have realized that it has become one of the main focuses of audience attention.