If this actually happens, I'll be so happy.
Every day, I read an English language version of The Chosun Ilbo, a Korean newspaper.
My favorite segment is called "Tip of the Day." Here are some examples:
Cleaning coffee stains from mugs:
|To clean coffee and tea stains from mugs, rub them with a kitchen towel wetted with vinegar water or lemon juice.|
|To clear a blocked nose, stuff a strip of mugwort up your nostrils.|
|To improve the taste of leftover curry, add some milk or yogurt when warming it up. |
|Brush teeth with warm water.|
|To clean under the bed, wipe the space with old nylon stockings or socks pulled over a coat hanger.|
|Apparently this fruit is only grown in a few parts of the world. Strange tasting but delicious.|
|My neighbors have a persimmon tree in their front yard.|
|One of the questions.|
|"Poops" are points. This means the team has to change points with another team.|
|The most points you can get per question.|
South Koreans watch an election board in Seoul, South Korea, on November 7, 2012. South Koreans and Americans have been paying close attention to the U.S. presidential race between U.S. President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.
|You should try it.|
|Translated: Buh-ra-eee-uhn Buh-rang-ka|
|"What the hell did I do?"|
|Some cute North Korean flight attendants.|
|The modern looking North Korean airport.|
|"Fuck yea the planes work."|
|You guys see the plane?|