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Christmas traditions in Japan
New Year in Japan, " on-segatsu ". is the most important holiday for inhabitants of the country, when all sum up, evaluate the results, and pay their debts. Before the…

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On the case and a little bit about South Korea

It just so happened that this year I get some very intense trips. I didn’t write after Ty, but I had a mega cool trip to Kamchatka, for sure I’ll write about it. Well, while waiting for You South Korea my eyes.

Let’s call this trip more for business than for recreation, although we all managed perfectly to combine. Flew my wife together, in the capital, Seoul, and in principle nowhere else we were not going to get out of it.

The first thing that surprised me upon arrival, it would seem to normal Asian, this is the order. I don’t know where things are in the provinces, but Seoul, even on its outskirts, pretty damn clean. I’m in the middle of the trip got out to the Park, sopocka in the middle of a residential area, so in this Park, I’m not being a butt, I even tiny pieces of paper I saw, the feeling that there’s generally people don’t exist. And urns among other things not so much. This is of course after Ty, China and Cambodia just on another planet. I good used to very quickly and always all the papers in the pockets of Suva itself, even forgetting to reset everything in boxes.
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Traditions of the new year table is an Interesting forum

UK: Turkey under gooseberry sauce, pudding and brandy.

France: oysters, goose liver, Turkey in white wine, champagne and cheese.

Germany: Christmas eve is carp or herring, for Christmas – roast goose.

Netherlands: rabbit, venison or fowl.

Belgium: veal sausage with truffles, wild boar meat, traditional cake, wine.

Luxembourg: black pudding, apples, local sparkling wine.

Denmark: duck or goose stuffed with fruit, rice pudding, sprinkled with cinnamon.

Ireland: Turkey or ham.

Spain: roast lamb, shellfish, Turkey, suckling pig, sherry.

Portugal: dried salted cod, very sweet port wine.

Greece: Turkey in wine.

Italy: steam cod or perch with white wine.

Japan: Christmas cold snacks “on-Sich-ryori”, which consist of bringing happiness cold beans with rice, rice cakes, pickled and fresh vegetables.

Each dish on new year and Christmas are endowed in different countries, different peoples with a special meaning and value.

In France, the holiday is not a holiday, if new year’s table is not a traditional roasted Turkey.

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South Korea

South Korea is a country where a rapidly developing high-tech city with amazing for the Russian ear the names are combined with hamlets and villages, where life repeats the traditional culture of the Republic, where ski resorts are combined with beautiful beaches. Modern cinemas, clubs, Department stores, filled with the latest collections of clothing and novelties. In particular, ancient temples, outdoor markets, and a great pagoda, in which you can breathe the fragrance of morning freshness.

South Korea is gradually becoming one of the top destinations for our travellers. And yet there are not many tourists. So for those of you who are looking for new uncharted territories and directions, you will definitely go in this country.

In winter you can go skiing in Yongpyong or Hyundai-Song, to attend the festival of ice sculptures and snow in the Park Tebeksan. For lovers of summer holidays there are beautiful seaside resorts and beaches. For example, Kepada known national dish “chodan sundubu”. Condonin — often used a filming site of many Korean films. Haeundae, where the colorful festivals, perfect for water sports, Songon. And mild autumn and spring — the best time for a meeting with the historical monuments of South Korea.

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