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South Korea has a range of superstitious beliefs that are often unheard of in the West. For example, the number 4 is said to be bad luck.
It is important, especially for teachers, to know that writing a person’s name in red is said to bring bad luck and even death to said person.
Check out other Korean superstitions in this fun infographic.
Just like in China and other Asian countries, you can find many elevators with the number 4 replaced with the letter F.
You should also avoid whistling at night after 10 PM as it is said to attract bad spirits or ghosts. Dreaming of pigs lately? In Korea this could mean that you will get money in the near future.
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