Let’s say you’re visiting in Korea and you need to get someplace, but you don’t want to walk. You look on the street and see this coming towards you:
빈차 (bin-cha) means “empty car”. This means that this taxi does not have anyone in it. If the light is off or it says 예약 (ye-yag), this means “reserved”, so there is someone already inside. Most taxis will have a GPS system, so if you simply give them the address in Korean that you are looking for, they can punch it in and take you there. (I recommend you use Naver Maps).
Once you have reached your destination, you can simply say 여기 세워주세요 (yeo-gi-se-weo-ju-se-yo), which means “please stop here”.
한번 사는 인생
You only live once .. #YOLO
굿모닝 여러분! 해피 빼빼로 데이~ good morning everyone & happy Peppero Day! ^^ Peppero is a popular candy in Korea that consist of long biscuit/cookie sticks dipped in chocolate & other various flavors. Peppero Day was chosen because the date November 11th (11/11) looks like four Peppero sticks! On this day, you buy the candy for your friends & family, it’s kind of like Valentines day but with less sentimental value. You can also play the famous “Peppero game” with your partner, where you each grab onto a different end of a Peppero stick in your mouth. You continue to bite the stick until it gets so small that your lips touch, & whoever breaks the kiss loses! hehe~ So go out to your Korean store or market & buy some Peppero for your loved ones! :)
엉덩이춤 좀 춰 주세요 | (eong-deong-i-choom-jom-chweo-ju-se-yo) | Please twerk for me