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(WEBZINE) Saving Heating Costs
Date: 2016-12-29

[Tip] Saving heating costs during Winter in Korea.

1. Do not turn off boiler, and change “Out of the Room” mode when going outside
: When you are out in a short time, please set “Out of the Room” mode or Lower the temperature 3도 than usual, which is a good way to save heating expense.
2. Raising the indoor temperature by insulation sheets.
Using Bubble Wrap as Insulation for windows and a porch can reduce heat loss, and raise the temperature 3~4℃
how to attach the bubble wrap against the window
1. Take a piece of bubble wrap and cut it the size of the window.
2. Spray the water against the window.
3. Spray the water against the bubbly side of the bubble wrap.
4. Snuggle the bubble wrap in the window.
3. Curtains are effective for keeping the room warm.
Drawing curtains make 4 degrees warmer than without curtains. Close curtains in usual and open curtains when sun lights come. It saves around 15% of heating energy. It also good to lay mattress or carpets on the floor for warming inside but should be cleaned regularly to remove dirties and germs. Try to use expert carpet cleaning service from Nicerent for cleaning up.
4. Switching water tap to cold water
Heating system works all day long, if you turn water tap forward to hot water even you don’t use.
Heating system is always ready to warm for hot water and using gas for keeping, if your water tap goes to hot water side. Don’t forget turn your water tap to cold water side after using hot water!

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Seongsan Sunrise Festival
Period : 12.30.2016 ~ 01.01.2017
Welcoming the first day of the New Year, Seongsan Sunrise Festival features a natural festival aiming to spread the natural values of Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, a UNESCO World Nature Heritage Site, to see the old year out and the new year in, and to share the traditional culture and artistic themed-tourism among visitors.
Peaceful Jeju Island invites tourists to this festival held in Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, featuring an impressive scene that hasn’t changed since the sunrise that was recorded in the Palman Daejanggyeong for the Goryeo Dynasty.
Visitors can make wishes for the coming year and enjoy the fascinating sunrise at Jeju’s tourism spot.
+82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
Area of Seongsan Ilchulbong (성산일출봉)
Pyeongchang Trout Festival
Period : 12.23.2016~01.30.2017
Pyeongchang Trout Festival is one of Korea’s top 3 winter festivals and the very first festival to hit the ice fishing scene every winter.
With this one day tour package, you can visit the festival without worrying about transportation and just enjoy ice fishing.
Pyeongchang, where 2018 Winter Olympics will be held, boasts Korea’s cleanest trout farming waters. Pyeongchang is especially renowned for its snowy and icy landscape during winter. Trouts are known to live only in fresh water which is especially delicious at this time of the year.
You can do ice fishing for trout on the frozen Odaecheon stream along with many other ice, snow, and folk game activities. You can easily catch at least one or two trouts!
There are many different programs such as snowflake watching, ice fishing, trout-catching with bare hands, ice sleds, skating, ice-carts, ATV (four-wheel motorcycle), snow sledding hill and snow rafting.
+82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
3562, Gyeonggang-ro, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do (Odaecheon Stream (오대천) area)
Street Food : Odeng(Fish Cake)
Odeng are the cheapest of snacks you can find. You don't have to order this one at all. Just grab a stick and start eating as many as you like. The vendor will count up the skewers before you leave to tell you how much owe.
The broth the Odeng are bathed in is completely free with unlimited refills. Pick up a cup and pour yourself (it's usually self-serve) that hearty broth for the beautiful price of free!
Odeng Broth is a great hangover cure.
Korean Hangover Cures : Haejangguk
Haejangguk is Korea's ancient tradition of hangover soup.
It's one of the most popular things to eat after a night of drinking in Korea.
Slurping up the rich and hearty soup warms up your stomach, and you can feel the nutrients seeping their way back into your alcohol-riddled system.
Tip1: Potato Soup (gamjatang / 감자탕) is usually sold wherever hyejangguk is sold. The broth is essentially the same, and it’ll have the same effect.
Tip2: As the word haejangguk (해장국) literally means “hangover soup,” there’s a plethora of Korean soups called haejangguk (해장국), all designed to cure your hangover.