Hey everyone, winter is ever so slowly creeping its way into the air, well… at least in South-Korea, but I digress, welcome to another week of Insider! From what I’ve heard is that offline classes have slowly started over there and oh man am I jealous, Korea is super strict with it’s handling of Covid-19 so there won’t be any offline classes during this semester, so do enjoy it to the fullest! Even if you can go to classes and socialize do remember to wear a mask and wash your hands regularly! Caution is key to minimizing cases.
This week on Insider we have Lidiia explaining about a certain feline phenomenon in Kallingrad: Zelenogradask! This resort town is apparently loaded with cats (I can imagine the noise) and other amazing attractions.
To delve deep into human psychology; Marian has provided an interesting thought piece on human behaviour and what it truly means to be introverted or extroverted. It’s a very interesting thought piece, so I do recommend giving it a read.
Yours truly is back again this week with an Exchange view on Korean university culture, mainly focusing on the snacks that many students buy when they study. It also works as a helpful guide on how to not starve in Korea (haha).
Speaking of food, Ikram is teaching all you lovely readers how to make French Crépes! Sounds delicious, be sure to check it out!
Last, but not least we have the movie review provided by Ave-Liis. Seems like she went to watch Ensilumi (Any day now) and is here to tell her thoughts about it. From what I can gather it seems to be a drama about refugee family.
I hope you enjoy this week’s Insider!