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What Makes Korean Skincare Different?

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What Makes Korean Skincare Different?

     Koreans are notorious for their god-tier skin that always looks flawless, with or without makeup. There’s a reason that good skincare is often equated to them, and that’s because their skincare routine is a little different from what we’re used to, and here’s how: 10-step skincare routine      Some of us take the easy road and simply wash, cleanse, and maybe moisturize, but that simply won’t cut it. While some might argue that 10 steps are excessive, there’s a reason people end up doing it anyway, and the proof lies in how enviably flawless a Korean’s skin is. If you want...

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5 Must-Watch K-Dramas on Netflix

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5 Must-Watch K-Dramas on Netflix

     Finally! After so long of putting up with buffer periods that take forever, links that lead to computer viruses, and mostly unreliable websites (except for a select few), we finally get to stream some K-dramas on a reliable streaming service! Netflix finally works with some Korean actors and producers to produce some Netflix Original K-Dramas, and here are some of them: My First First Love      Who doesn’t love a good, romantic and comedic growing-up story? Well, take that, and multiply it by 5, because this drama follows the life of college student Yun Tae-o and how his friends unexpectedly move...

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5 Places You Didn’t Know You Could Visit in Korea

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5 Places You Didn’t Know You Could Visit in Korea

     With the Filipino’s growing interest (read: obsession) in the K-wave, South Korea has easily become one of the most popular vacation spots. Along with that comes the typical itinerary— visit the Han River, shop in Myeongdong, fly to Jeju, the common tourist spots. Korea, however, has more to it than meets the tourist's eye. Here are a few places your tour guide might miss but are definitely worth a visit. Cheonggyecheon Stream      While Han River will always be the most iconic body of water in South Korea, Cheonggyecheon certainly deserves its own recognition. Located in Jongno, Seoul, the underground stream...

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Ride the K-Wave: Hallyu’s Filipino Impact

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Ride the K-Wave: Hallyu’s Filipino Impact

     These past few years, Korea has become such a big part of pop culture that it’s hard to think back to a time when it wasn’t this big of a phenomenon, widely known as Hallyu, which translates to Korean Wave. Like all trends, it’s something that people either accept and love, avoid, or actively dislike, but no one can deny its impact, even on us Filipinos. With its trending music, dramas, reality shows, beauty trends, and news, it’s almost impossible to escape at the very least dip your feet in this big of a wave. While most might say that...

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The Dos and Don’ts of Online Shopping

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The Dos and Don’ts of Online Shopping

     Who has the time to go shopping? Walking around, checking each store you pass by... it’s only fun during the first few hours. Everything now is online. You can practically buy anything from concert tickets to food and groceries. With just a few clicks, you can have whatever you want.      However, because online shopping is already prevalent, some people can’t help but take advantage of this man-made necessity. Whether it’s because of putting up false advertisements or scamming people online, online shopping is not always a walk in the park.      If it’s your first time to shop online, be extra...

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