Recommended House Moving Service

I highly recommend these to any foreigner who would like airport pick up, deliver furniture or house moving service between inter or intra city in South Korea.

Contact Person: Mr. Kim
H/P Number: 010-8078-1200
Website introduction in English:
1. Cheap and reasonable price 
2. 6-person van or truck available
3. 24 hours booking available

Start-up Support Project for Foreigners

Busan city operate a program for foreigners who want to start their own businesses in Korea.

We hope lots of application from who is interested in this support program. Thank you.

Contact : Tel 051-888-6734,   E-mail


Details : Refer to Attachment

▶[6.16] Busan Philharmonic Orchestra Subscription Concert (6.16)

■ Title : Busan Philharmonic Orchestra Subscription Concert

■ Date / Place : 2017. 6. 16 (Fri) 19:30pm, Busan Cultural Center (Daeyeon-Dong)


■ Conductor : Im HunJeong

■ Vn/Lee KyungSun, Vc/Lee GangHo



- Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart / Overture to “Die Zauberflöte” K.620

- Johannes Brahms / Double Concerto in a minor op.102

- Johannes Brahms / Symphony No.4 in e minor op.98


■ Ticket Price : 5,000~20,000won (20% off)

■ Reserving :

■ Inquiry : 051-607-3112

Stellar Daisy (Sank in Atlantic) - 2 survivors, other ships trouble

First it was the ship Stellar Daisy - very sad. (22 dead)

Then it was the ship Stellar Unicorn with cracks in the deck.

Now it is another ship Stellar Queen with cracks in the deck.

All these cracking ships - sister ships of Polaris Shipping, within a month of eachother.

Below is related to Stellar Daisy: Sadly 5 of the 8 Korean gents were brand new onboard and from the collapsed Hanjin shipping company.

Another sad day in Korean safety onboard ships.

More crew lost and this is very tragic.  Korean vessel "STELLAR DAISY" owned and operate by Polaris Shipping went missing in the South Atlantic after issuing a distress message. The links to the latest updates are provided below.

2 crew have survived and vessel is gone. She broke in half and sank quickly.

RIP to the lost souls.

why korean online transactions has so many passwords?

It is really difficult getting anything done online in Korea. First of all you are forced to use Internet Explorer due to the Active-x control Crap. Then you need to install 3-4 different programs.The you need to type in passwords and then certificate password followed by 2 security card passwords..I mean this is totally crazy..So basically to get anything done it takes a whole lot of time and effort..

I wish it was easier..It is similar for business..If you own a limited company you are forced to issue electronic tax invoices passing through a lot of program installs and passwords..I mean for God's Sake why can't they make things simpler and life easier...

Even shopping online is a nightmare with so many different restrctions on card usage and if you shop anything more that 300,000 won you need yet another electronic certificate..Comapre it to buying a domain on godaddy..All you need is your credit card number, expiry and cvc code..



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