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My cultural experience - Jacob ' Volunteering experience in Busan South Korea '

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Volunteering experience in Busan South Korea

I spent about two years in Japan, but before going back to my home country I wanted to experience yet another culture, so I decided to go to Busan South Korea. I’m interested in Korean culture, like dramas, music (for example Hyukoh) and especially food.


. The food here is so cheap and delicious! If you like spicy food I strongly recommend Korean food. My personal favorite is Bibimbap As a lifelong language learner I’m also interested in the Korean language, even though I can’t speak it yet… (TT) finally, i met so many Korean locals here

i had life time experience here in Busan ~

i fully thank As Home Cafe for giving me an opportunity to be part of this lovely family

My cultural experience - Haley " Internship in Busan South Korea at AS HOME CAFE Busan South Korea "

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Internship in Busan South Korea at AS HOME CAFE Busan South Korea




what brought me to Korea? definitely it is due to the popular Korean TV drama and the idol groups. it is a country which is not far away from China. we have a lot in common. and the great sightseeing here. that's the reason why i am here now, meeting people from different nations and enjoying everything here for the whole month.





After I have been here, I hang out with my buddies almost everyday. What impressed me the most are the food and people in Busan. The traditional Korean food is amazing because of the spicy flavor and the sweat taste. I tried many of them which shown on the TV drama I watched before such as Kimchi, Kimbab. Korean people are crazy about coffee culture, that's what I like, spending a whole afternoon in cafe, doing some reading and talking to friends. ๐Ÿ‘ฏ‍♂️While the Korean are so nice and friendly especially for those elderly, every time when people know I come from other nation, they would …

My cultural experience - Li Rong " VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE IN BUSAN SOUTH KOREA "

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My cultural experience - Li Rong " VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE IN BUSAN SOUTH KOREA "

Nowadays, many Taiwanese people will go to Korea for sightseeing. That the reason why I want to visit this amazing place. AS HOME CAFE & HOSTEL However, instead of coming here for wondering for several days, I chose to stay in the language cafe as an working exchanger. That enables me to learn and know more about Korean culture. The food here is wonderful. What’s more, you are going to hear a lot of Korean pop music on the street. That makes me begin to listen them from now on. My adventure in Korean will last forever and Busan will be my third home.



I will never forget ASHOME FAMILY FOREVER ~

My Cultural Experience - Milou Korean food i like :> volunteer in Korean with ASHOME CAFE

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My Cultural Experience - Milou Korean food i like :> volunteer in Korean with ASHOME CAFE


Korean Food
You’re interested in Korean culture and want to visit the country but don’t really know what to expect concerning the food ? Here is a small post presenting Korean food’s main aspects!
Korean Cuisine is different from neighboring countries such as Japan and China. It uses a lot of chili, sesame, garlic, as well as a wide variety of seafood and wild vegetables etc. Each areas has its own food culture and dishes of their own. Globally, northern regions cooking is less spicy than the southern regions one. All side dishes and accompaniments are shared on the table, people have their individual bowl of rice. Korean people do eat outside a lot, you’ll have the possibility to taste various Korean dishes in restaurant at reasonable prices, street food and coffee shops are also widespread here!


Main ingredients
starchy: rice, sweet potato seasonings: chili, coriander, salt, sugar proteins: meat (bee…

My Cultural Experience - Tooz My thought abut Korea volunteering in Busan South Korea at the ASHOME LANGUAGE CAFE

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My thought abut Korea volunteering in Busan South Korea at the ASHOME LANGUAGE CAFE








K-drama and Kpop are really popular in Taiwan, almost everyone in Taiwan knows some basic phrases such as ์•ˆ๋…•ํ•˜์„ธ์š”(Hello). I have never been to Korea before, and I was curious why everyone likes Korea so much. During my stay, I have also found something I like about Korea: 1. FOOD! Korean food is just wonderful, and there are so many kinds. From street food such as ๋–ก๋ณถ์ด(Tteok-bokki, stir-fried rice cake), ๊น€๋ฐฅ(Gimbap, seaweed rice roll), to ์ˆœ๋‘๋ถ€์ฐŒ๊ฐœ(Sundubu-jjigae, soft tofu stew)… I never run out of food options in Korea!



2. People – people in Korea are generally very friendly and polite. When I jog in the morning, there’s always a lot of์•„์คŒ๋งˆ(ajumma, aunt/ middle-aged woman) comfortably sitting on ํ‰์ƒ (pyeong sang, Korean wooden bench) while chattering, and they smile and greet you with์•ˆ๋…•ํ•˜์„ธ์š”or a friendly nod. 3. Landscapes – Busan as the second largest city in Korea, it offers beautiful urban landscape when you …

Review from Li - Taiwan Volunteer at As Home Cafe Busan South Korea

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Taiwan  Volunteer at As Home Cafe  Busan South Korea

I'm new here, and this is my first workaway experience. The hosts are nice and friendly. Busan is really a beautiful city. What's more, the cafe is located really near to the beach. I have fun here and hope more and more people will join us and make it a better place.



i highly recommend this lovely place called AS HOME LANGUAGE CAFE
Thank you for becoming a part of your family~^^

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Review from Aidan - Italy volunteering at the ASHOME language cafe in Busan South Korea

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Italy volunteering at the ASHOME language cafe in Busan South Korea


Just arrived to Busan two days ago, so far so great! I wanted to spend some time in South Korea to get to know a bit of the language, the culture and Korean people, but I don't like spending too much time in big cities, so I chose Busan and found AsHome ^^ the place is wonderful so far, a bit away from the clutter and well connected with subway and buses, comfortable beds, good wifi, facilities and kitchen, plus you get to know people from all over!







Thank you for becoming a part of our team/family~

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