Beol-cho or cutting the weeds

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  1. elyoka says:

    i am in korea for vacation. And i was really wondering what does cheusok mean. Cause e-mart and other malls sell gifts for that holiday. Thank you for clarification. Btw, thank to you and your website i joined to tour to the blue house! I liked it. They do offer audio-guide nowadays and give small gifts to every tourist. i find it very nice.

    • Betchay says:

      Hi Elyoka! I haven’t been to the Blue House for years. I might as well go there one of these days. Hopefully during our Chuseok vacation. Enjoy your vacation.

      Oh if you haven’t been to Gyeonghuigung, visit them on Wednesday or Saturday at 2PM when they have taekwondo exhibitions. I love going there just to watch taekwondo especially when the Korean Tigers are demonstrating.

  2. cher says:

    we’re doing beol-cho on sept. 11 too…little zach and i will tag along…just tag along but won’t be doing any cleaning since little zach is way too young to go to the mountains infested with weeds, insects, and SNAKES….hahahaha. i only experienced “beol-cho” once and a SNAKE almost bit my leg(my hubby was quick enough to toss the snake out of my way)….i admire you for enjoying it because i didn’t, it’s way too hot and i also got tons of insect bites after that…..i sure hope i won’t have to do it again

    • Betchay says:

      hi cher! you’re so brave… i would pass out if i ever saw a snake!
      we won’t even go with my husband on saturday since he has to be back for a marathon on sunday

  3. arlini says:

    i wanna go to korea!

  4. Eden says:

    Ate, curious lang po ako. Bakit yung mga libingan po sa Korea may parang hump/small hill? Di po ba nila ginagawa yung usual na 6 feet underground?

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