There are alot of mosquitos from spring until winter. They are sneaky little #$&$%#'s. You can buy a plastic device with liquid that plugs into your wall to kill them automatically. There is also mosquito spray but you have to spray them directly and if you are sleeping that isn't possible. They will haunt you all night.
Although beer, whisky, and wine have been gaining popularity in recent years, soju remains one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in Korea because of its ready availability and relatively low price. There are largely five types of Korean Liquors: yakju (refined pure liquor fermented from rice), soju (distilled liquor), takju (thick, unrefined liquor fermented from grains), fruit wines, and medicinal wines from various seeds and roots. Each type has dozens of varieties.
If you are pouring the drink, you never pour for yourself, someone will pour the drink for you, even if you pour for everyone else.
If someone offers to pour a drink for you, and they are OLDER, pick up that glass with two hands.
Always wait for the oldest person or the host of the dinner party to start eating first.
If someone invites you to their house:
It's customary to bring a gift, usually fruit.
When entering a house, and floor-sitting restaurants:
Remove your shoes. Which means, while in Korea, wear good socks (leave the holey socks at home).
If you compliment someone on something they have, for example, a bookmark, they will offer it to you. Don't be surprised at this kind gesture, and please, let's not abuse it either.
Do you know this is? Centipede!
some peoples try to eat for the good health. it's a kind of folk remedies in Korea. grind into fine powder and eat or drink.There is all stores in Gyeong-dong Herbal Medicine Market
BUT I DISLIKE IT !
WHAT TO BRING?
I have mainly used a small backpack or a carry-on size suitcase for my trips to Korea. When using the subway it is best to have a bag that is easy to carry up and down the stairs so I wouldn't recommend a large suitcase unless you are planning to get a taxi for your hotel-airport transfers. When I was in Korea in winter it was really cold! I bought a suitable jacket for a very reasonable price at Namdaemon Market so it wasn't necessary to bring one. You will also need a scarf, gloves and probably a hat too. In the spring the weather was very pleasant although it rained a little. A light jacket and an umbrella came in handy.
Korea is a shoppers paradise and anything you need that you may have forgotten can be bought here. Everything can be bought in Korea very cheap.