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13 Traditions and Customs You Can Only See in South Korea

One of the reasons why we (and hopefully our readers too) like the Baba-mail travel section so much is that we get to learn about distant cultures from miles and miles away. With a simple click, you can travel the world and expand your horizons. But as the famous saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, so let us share with you these 13 photos of everyday culture in South Korea. 

The high-velocity train system screen shows a "Healing Broadcast" of 5 minutes of puppies rolling around. Cute!

South Korea’s four seasons in Yeouido

Library inside the Seoul subway

This Starbucks in Seoul offers coffee grounds for gardening

Food rations supplied by the government to those in quarantine

The modern and the traditional combined

 

Solar-powered phone charging benches

Traffic lights on the ground for those staring down at their phone - useful or disturbing?

Escalator with built-in UV sanitizer

Self Cleaning Roads

Samples of toilet paper - you can test how thick the roll is!

Ramen machine

This is the "1,000 Doors" building in South Korea. It's a 10-story public art installation.

Grandmothers can enroll in schools to learn to read!

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