• New minimal look: ggu-an-ggu

    Recently a new term for very simple, effortless make-up, hair and fashion styles emerged in Korea. Learn all about “ggu-an-ggu” in today’s post!
  • White Day in Korea

    We all know Valentine's Day on February 14th, but have you heard of White Day? It takes place exactly one month later on March 14th. In today's blog post, we'll tell you more about this popular holiday in Korea.
  • Seollal: The Korean New Year

    This year, Korean New Year’s Day happens on February 12th. Today we're going to tell you a little bit about this important holiday in Korean culture. How do Koreans traditionally celebrate their New Year?
  • 11 reasons why Koreans wear masks

    While it is still quite unusual for us, Koreans have been wearing protective masks in public for years. For many reasons. This naturally includes protection against diseases and epidemics. But we can think of at least 10 other reasons. Read on to find out why protective masks are a versatile everyday item in South Korea.
  • Corona in Korea - This is how Koreans handle COVID-19

    Many other countries praise South Korea for its exemplary measures in the fight against the coronavirus. Today we summarize the most important facts and give you insights from daily life in Korea in times of the COVID-19 crisis.
  • K-Culture Fun Facts: Weird Korean habits (Part 2)

    You’re planning a trip to Korea soon? Then you better learn a bit about the culture and customs in Korea – so that you’re prepared for everything and can feel right at home in the mother land of K-Beauty. We’re here to show you 4 more unique habits and customs that are totally normal for Koreans but pretty weird for foreigners.
  • K-Culture Fun Facts: Weird Korean habits

    You’re planning a trip to Korea soon? Then you better learn a bit about the culture and customs in Korea – so that you’re prepared for everything and can feel right at home in the mother land of K-Beauty. We’re here to show you some unique habits and customs that are totally normal for Koreans but pretty weird for foreigners.
  • K-Food Guide (Part 2)

    Koreans owe a huge part of their flawless skin to their passion for skincare. But there’s something else that helps them maintain perfect baby skin: it’s what they eat. The Korean cuisine is full of ingredients that have great benefits for the skin. Read on to learn about 2 more ingredients that are staples of the Korean cuisine and part of the recipe to k-beautiful skin!
  • Korean for K-Beauty fans (Lesson 2)

    There are some Korean words that you are sure to stumble upon as a K-Beauty fan. When that happens, we want you to be absolutely prepared. Here’s the 2nd lesson of the glimyu Korean classes. And it’s going to be all about must-know skincare claims.
  • K-Food Guide (Part 1)

    Koreans owe a huge part of their flawless skin to their passion for skincare. But there’s something else that helps them maintain perfect baby skin: it’s what they eat. The Korean cuisine is full of ingredients that have great benefits for the skin. Read on to learn what you need to eat to become more k-beautiful from day to day.
  • Korean for K-Beauty fans (Lesson 1)

    There are some Korean words that you are sure to stumble upon as a K-Beauty fan. When that happens, we want you to be absolutely prepared. So in this first glimyu Korean lesson, we’ll teach you 3 beauty related Korean terms that you should adopt into your Korean vocabulary.
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