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Flatshare in South Korea

Flatshare in South Korea are alternative appealing alternative to paying a high amount for the whole apartment. Furthermore, you may find people with similar interests to share an apartment with. Rooms for rent in South Korea can be easily found due to the high supply in number of properties.

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Cost of Living in Seoul

In Seoul, business users are charged a higher rate unit of consumption of both electricity and tap water compared to residential users, but a usual basic monthly utility bill for an average household runs about 50,000 - 70,000 won including both gas and heater. Households with landlines will have to add 5,200 won on their list of monthly expenses, excluding a 60,000 won installation fee, and about 30,000 won for a fast Internet connection.
  • Visiting a Doctor in South Korea

    Visiting a Doctor in South Korea

    Wednesday, 20 May 2015 The quality of medical treatment offered by any clinic or hospital in South Korea is at par with international standards, but some expats may deal with language issues. However, many doctors speak English, especially those who trained in Western or European countries. The government is also finding ways to give the best medical care to expats by deploying more English-speaking nurses and other health workers.
  • Allergies in South Korea

    Allergies in South Korea

    Wednesday, 20 May 2015 Other times, allergies are caused by pollution. Usually within the months of March to May each year, clouds carrying the so-called yellow dust, or "hwangsa" in Korean, are brought in by spring winds all the way from Mongolia and China. Yellow dust causes many respiratory problems and can be managed by using masks, nose washes and the like. In South Korea, people seal their windows and doors during this time of the year to protect themselves.

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