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Korean culture is very interesting and full of wonderful traditions. It is a magical place where you find both perfect peace and harmony, but unfortunately wars and tragedies as well. Asian countries have been doing exchanges through culture and trade throughout history. Trends spread throughout the region at an incredibly fast rate. The 80's were a time for “Hong Kong Noir” while the 90's were more an age of Japanese animation . The 2000s have seen a sharp rise in the popularity of Korean
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  Korean culture is very interesting and full of wonderful traditions. It is a magical place where you find both perfect peace and harmony, but unfortunately wars and tragedies as well.  Asian countries have been doing exchanges through culture and trade throughout history. Trends spread throughout the region at an incredibly fast rate. The 80's were a time for “Hong Kong Noir” while the 90's were more an age of Japanese animation . The 2000s have seen a sharp rise in the popularity of Korean culture, with music and dramas hitting all the right notes. Interest in Korea, triggered by the success of leading Korean dramas and popular music, continues to escalated to include a host of other aspects of Korean culture, such as hangeul (Korean alphabet), hansik (Korean food), hanbok (traditional Korean clothing), hanok (traditional Korean houses), hanji (traditional Korean paper), as well as Korean music. In Korea, the aforementioned six cultural symbols are collectively referred to as “Han Style”.  The Korean Wave that swept its way through Asia starting with dramas and popular music is now achieving even far greater appeal in the international market. As it continues to evolve it enriches the image of Han Style. CLAUDIA   Hangeul:   The Korean alphabet, a very scientific writing system that has been designated by UNESCO as an important part of the Memory of the World Heritage. As a result of the Korean Wave and Korea 's economic prosperity, the desire to learn hangeul and the Korean language is exploding. Hansik:   Korean food continues to gain popularity throughout the world for its incredible health benefits. Korean cuisine is largely based upon rice, vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the number of side dishes (banchan) that accompany steam-cooked short-grain rice. Kimchi is served often, sometimes at every meal. MELISSA   Hanbok:    is the traditional South Korean dress. It is often characterized by vibrant colors and simple lines without pockets. Although the term literally means Korean clothing , hanbok   today often refers specifically to hanbok of the Joseon ( Chosŏn ) period and is worn as semi-formal or formal wear during traditional festivals and celebrations. Throughout history, Korea had a dual clothing tradition, in which rulers and aristocrats adopted different kinds of mixed foreign-influenced indigenous styles, while the commoners continued to use a distinct style of indigenous clothing that today is known as Hanbok. In 1996, Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Korea made 'Hanbok day' to encourage people to wear Hanbok. Hanok:   Many international visitors are showing interest in the traditional Korean home, hanok as they want to experience ondol, the Korean floor heating system very effective in the cold winter. Ondol is an important aspect of Korea' s unique architectural style, and brought floor heating into vogue globally. JAEL     Hanji:   A traditional form of paper that can last for over one thousand years and is known for its outstanding quality and elegant designs. The paper is drawing attention not only for record-keeping purposes but also for interior decoration and for it’s uses in p aper wrapping. Hanguk Eumak:   Traditional Korean music that has slow-rhythm and sentimental lyrics that epitomize the sad history of Korea. Such unique Korean sentiments had significant influence on Korean popular music and drama and are an important driver of the Korean Wave. Traditional Korean music is rife with historical sentiment, typifying the suffering Koreans endured, and has had a great influence on Korean popular music. As a result of unceasing efforts to renew traditional Korean music, fusion art groups performing fusion music as well as classical Korean music have recently emerged. Many have attempted to integrate traditional style together with modern music. Such examples can be traced to the recent popularity of combining traditional music with B-boy technique. These initiatives have been successful, and traditional Korean music is fulfilling its roles as a cultural code of the Han Style today. Países asiáticos han estado haciendo intercambios a través de la cultura y el comercio en toda la historia. Tendencias repartidas por toda la región a un ritmo increíblemente rápido. Los años 80 fueron una época de Hong Kong Noir , mientras que los 90 tenían más edad de la animación  japonesa. La década de 2000 se ha producido un fuerte aumento de la popularidad de la cultura coreana, con música y dramas que golpean todas las notas correctas. El interés en Corea, provocada por el éxito de los dramas coreanos líderes y música popular, sigue aumentado para incluir una serie de otros aspectos de la cultura coreana, como hangeul (alfabeto coreano), hansik (comida coreana), hanbok (vestimenta tradicional coreana) , hanok (casas tradicionales coreanas), hanji (papel tradicional coreano), así como la música coreana. En Corea, los mencionados seis símbolos culturales se conocen colectivamente como Han Style . La Ola Coreana que se extendió por su camino a través de Asia a partir de obras de teatro y la música popular está consiguiendo incluso mucho mayor atractivo en el mercado internacional. A medida que continúa evolucionando enriquece la imagen de Han Style.  Hangeul:  El alfabeto coreano, un sistema de escritura muy científico que ha sido designado por la UNESCO como una parte importante de la memoria del Patrimonio Mundial. Como resultado de la prosperidad económica Ola Coreana y Corea 's, el deseo de aprender hangeul y el idioma coreano está explotando. Hansik:  comida coreana sigue ganando popularidad en todo el mundo por sus increíbles beneficios para la salud. Cocina coreana se basa en gran medida de arroz , verduras y carnes . Comidas tradicionales coreanas se destacan por el número de platos (  banchan  ) que acompañan el arroz de grano corto cocido al vapor. Kimchi se sirve a menudo, a veces en cada comida. Hanbok:  Hanbok ( Corea del Sur  ) o Choson-ot ( Corea del Norte ) es el tradicionalcoreano vestido. A menudo se caracteriza por sus colores vibrantes y líneas simples sin bolsillos. Aunque el término significa literalmente ropa coreana , hanbok   hoy a menudo se refiere específicamente a hanbok del periodo Joseon (Choson) y se usa como ropa semi-formal o formal durante los festivales y celebraciones tradicionales.  A lo largo de la historia, Corea tenía una tradición ropa dual, en la que los gobernantes y aristócratas adoptaron diferentes tipos de estilos indígenas con influencias extranjeras mixtas, mientras que los plebeyos continuaron usando un estilo distinto de la ropa indígena que hoy es conocido como hanbok. En 1996, el Ministerio de Cultura y Turismo de Corea hizo 'día Hanbok' para animar a la gente a usar Hanbok. Hanok:  Muchos de los visitantes internacionales están mostrando interés en la casa tradicional coreana, hanok como quieren experimentar ondol, el sistema de calefacción por suelo coreano muy efectiva en el frío invierno. Ondol es un aspecto importante del estilo arquitectónico único Corea 's, y calefacción por suelo radiante puesto en boga a nivel mundial. Hanji:  Una forma tradicional de papel que puede durar más de mil años y es conocido por su excelente calidad y diseños elegantes. El documento llama la atención no sólo para propósitos de registro, sino también para la decoración de interiores y por sus usos en envoltura de papel. Hanguk Eumak:  música coreana tradicional que tiene letra de lento ritmo y sentimentales que personifican la triste historia de Corea. Tales sentimientos coreanos únicos tuvieron una influencia significativa en la música popular de Corea y el drama y son un importante motor de la Ola Coreana .   Música coreana tradicional está llena de sentimiento histórico, que tipifica el sufrimiento coreanos soportaron, y ha tenido una gran influencia en la música popular coreana. Como resultado de los esfuerzos incesantes para renovar la música tradicional coreana, grupos artísticos de fusión que interpretan música de fusión, así como música clásica coreana han surgido recientemente. Muchos han tratado de integrar estilo tradicional  junto con la música moderna. Estos ejemplos se pueden remontar a la reciente popularidad de combinar la música tradicional con la técnica de B-boy. Estas iniciativas han tenido éxito, y la música tradicional coreana está cumpliendo sus funciones como código cultural del estilo Han hoy.
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