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Laura Dewey

About Laura Dewey

Originally from the UK, Laura has been teaching English in Seoul for almost two years. In her free time she can usually be found in the boxing gym, or nosing around art exhibitions and theatres across the city

On Kimchi: When Food is More than Fuel

If you’ve been in Korea for longer than about five minutes, it’s highly likely that you’ll have come across some kimchi. The spicy fermented side dish, a staple of the typical Korean diet, comes in hundreds of different varieties and is served with almost everything. While it may be a shock to the system if [...]

Ordering Takeout in Seoul – Food Delivery Service in Korea

Most of us have those nights where cooking is absolutely the last thing in the world we want to do. Whether you’re tired from a long day at school, uninspired by the contents of your fridge, or just wanting to switch off and binge Netflix uninterrupted for an evening, sometimes a cheeky takeout is exactly [...]

By |2018-04-19T19:59:22+09:00December 14th, 2017|Feat. Editorials, Korvia Contributor Editorials|0 Comments

Chuseok on a Budget

Chuseok, or Korean Thanksgiving, is an annual harvest festival during which Korean families come together to eat good food, exchange gifts and spend quality time with one another. For the many expats living in Korea, it is a great opportunity to pause their regular routines, get out and explore. Though the Chuseok break usually spans [...]

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