• How can I enlist in the North Korean army?

    Best answer: Hopefully they accept you and use you to clear landmines.
    Best answer: Hopefully they accept you and use you to clear landmines.
    21 answers · 7 days ago
  • South Korea or China?

    Best answer: It's not so much an issue of which language might be more useful in terms of a career, but rather a question of whether or not you have a realistic chance of landing a job using either of them. The number of people who speak Mandarin and Korean is staggering. Many people who work in international business or... show more
    Best answer: It's not so much an issue of which language might be more useful in terms of a career, but rather a question of whether or not you have a realistic chance of landing a job using either of them. The number of people who speak Mandarin and Korean is staggering. Many people who work in international business or trade speak Mandarin or Korean as a FIRST language and speak English as a second language. You would of course aim to do the opposite which inherently means that A) your Mandarin or Korean skills will be inferior to someone who is a native speaker of either language, and B) that you will have an inferior knowledge of the culture and customs associated with doing business in that language.

    Everyone learns English if he or she wants to work for a corporation that conducts business internationally. There are as many people LEARNING English in China as there are PEOPLE in the United States. 320 million mandarin or Cantonese speakers are learning English as we speak. Nearly all of the students in Korea receive some form of compulsory English instruction. And you think that getting a business degree or a certificate of completion from some language program is going to put you in the running to land a good job that requires bilingualism? Not going to happen.

    Could you get a job? Sure. Especially because they know people with iffy qualifications will work for peanuts. With hundreds of millions of bilingual mandarin/English and millions of bilingual Korean/English speakers, you're about as useful to them as a screen door on a submarine.

    Choose the country and language that interests you, but if you think you're set to conquer the world on that career path, think again. The multitude of Korean Language majors that I have known over the years who wait tables is fairly large.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do i need a visa to visit Korea?

    10 answers · 1 week ago
  • If you're not Korean but you were born in North Korea would you be able to leave the country?

    Best answer: MAYBE.
    WHY would you be born in North Korea.?
    The reason your mother was there would be part of it.
    Best answer: MAYBE.
    WHY would you be born in North Korea.?
    The reason your mother was there would be part of it.
    4 answers · 4 days ago
  • Do Koreans love pasta or just Ramen Noodles?

    Best answer: Koreans don't eat Ramen - Ramen is Japanese. Koreans eat Ramyeon (라면.)
    Best answer: Koreans don't eat Ramen - Ramen is Japanese. Koreans eat Ramyeon (라면.)
    8 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do you think there is any Lesbians or Bisexuals in The South Korean pop group Girls Generation or do you think there just straight?

    Best answer: I think they are all straight, almost all of them have dated guys , that does not really prove anything because you can be gay and still date the opposite sex ,but they don't give me those kinds of vibes. but who knows? Kpop idols don't ever come out. I know everyone can't be straight. actuALLY maybe... show more
    Best answer: I think they are all straight, almost all of them have dated guys , that does not really prove anything because you can be gay and still date the opposite sex ,but they don't give me those kinds of vibes. but who knows? Kpop idols don't ever come out. I know everyone can't be straight.

    actuALLY maybe two or three give me bisexual vibes
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is it hard to find your way around South Korea?

    Best answer: No although the subway system can be confusing especially at "interchange" stations
    Best answer: No although the subway system can be confusing especially at "interchange" stations
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • What Korean Dish do you think I should try?

    Best answer: Jap Chae and Bulgogi are two dishes that are tasty and safe for a first timer to try
    Best answer: Jap Chae and Bulgogi are two dishes that are tasty and safe for a first timer to try
    9 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is everyone in Korea generally nice to Foreigners?

    Best answer: Yes and no.
    Some have been extremely friendly and helpful. Others have abrupt at best.
    Best answer: Yes and no.
    Some have been extremely friendly and helpful. Others have abrupt at best.
    4 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do you want/like hair like G-Dragon?

    Best answer: I like it!
    Best answer: I like it!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What can help ease my discomfort?

    Best answer: lotion/lube my friend.
    Best answer: lotion/lube my friend.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What country do you guess I'm from?

    What country do you guess I'm from?

    17 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What comes to mind when you think of Korea?

    Best answer: Kpop, beauty products, plastic surgery
    Best answer: Kpop, beauty products, plastic surgery
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • About starting my artist/actor career in Korea?

    I m just going to be straightfoward. So, I m from Malaysia and I want to start my career in Korea as a artist. Cause I m eyeing for a SM Global Audition II Event this November in Malaysia. So what I want to ask if SM picks depends more on skills or looks? And should I wait for another chance when I go to Korea as I... show more
    I m just going to be straightfoward. So, I m from Malaysia and I want to start my career in Korea as a artist. Cause I m eyeing for a SM Global Audition II Event this November in Malaysia. So what I want to ask if SM picks depends more on skills or looks? And should I wait for another chance when I go to Korea as I only posses acting skills but not dancing nor singing skills, but I would really like to start my career out in Korea as a artist or even a actor if possible, can anyone give me some advice on this topic? I searched through a lot of places, the only audition that is possible for me to go to is this audition as it s impossible for me to just fly to Korea for an audition and come back if I failed, that would just take way too much money to be done. I m 17, is that a age that is too old? Thanks for any replies in advance.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago