I'm currently in my 2nd year of teaching English in Busan, South Korea. I also co-run an English website about salsa in Busan: Busan Salsafied

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January 6th
8:23 PM
Anticipating the New Year
In Korea, people like to make their way to the beaches to catch the first sunrise. Many come bundled up an hour earlier when the it’s still dark outside because the beach does get crowded. When the sun starts to rise, balloons are released to make a wish on the new year. 

Anticipating the New Year

In Korea, people like to make their way to the beaches to catch the first sunrise. Many come bundled up an hour earlier when the it’s still dark outside because the beach does get crowded. When the sun starts to rise, balloons are released to make a wish on the new year.