밤비노 (Bambino) ‘오빠오빠’ Down mode [360 VR]

VR photography, or virtual reality photography, is the interactive viewing of wide-angle panoramic photographs, generally encompassing a 360-degree circle or a spherical view.

VR photography is the art of capturing or creating a complete scene as a single image, as viewed when rotating about a single central position. Normally created by stitching together a number of photographs taken in a multi-row 360-degree rotation, the complete image can also be a totally computer-generated effect, or a composite of photography and computer generated objects. The history of VR photography is human-computer interaction in which a real or imaginary environment is simulated and users interact with and manipulate that world.

Women’s Clothing online shopping in Korea

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Shop women’s clothing, outerwear, T-shirts, blouses, dresses, pants, skirts, shoes, bags and accessories.

www.dearn.co.kr

Milk Chocolate

Shop women’s clothing, blouses, skirts, knitwear, jackets, dresses, flat shoes, accessories sales.

www.milkcocoa.co.kr

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Women’s Clothing Store, dress style, jackets, knitwear, skirts, cardigans, shoes, accessories sales.

www.annanblue.com

Ahtteu French

Shop women’s clothing, outerwear, tees, knitwear, dresses, pants, skirts, bags, shoes and accessories for sale.

www.attrangs.co.kr

Coco Finneysnakejeans_279

Women’s Clothing Store, T-shirts, pants, dresses, skirts, and accessories sales.

www.cocopini.com

Avenue Day

Shop women’s clothing, coats, padded, knitwear, dresses, blouses, pants, skirts, shoes sale.

www.avenueday.co.kr

Robin Shop

Shop women’s clothing, outerwear, T-shirts, dresses, skirts, pants, accessories sales.

www.rovinshop.com

Sam flies

Shop women’s clothing, blouses, dresses, jackets, cardigans, jeans sale.

www.saemnanda.com

Itsseom

Shop women’s clothing, coats, dresses, knitwear sales.

www.itssum.co.kr

Freaky Girl

Women’s Clothing Store, T-shirts, knitwear, cardigans, training, skinny jeans, skirts, shoes, bags and accessories.

www.splwoman.com

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Energy Drinks in South Korea

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Energy Drinks have become big business over the past 10 years with companies such as Red Bull becoming huge billion dollar brands. However it’s only in the past few years that South Korea has allowed the sale of energy drinks. In fact back in 2010 Red Bull was still illegal. These days there are a wide range of different options both domestic and imported. Here is a list of what we’ve come across recently;

Energy Drink Korea at the Supermarket

Different Energy Drinks in South Korea

Red Bull

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Red Bull is of course the market leader and although not massively promoted in South Korea is it pretty easy to find these days. It’s a little more expensive than other brands but the taste is maybe a little better and familiar.

Monster Energy & Khaos Juice

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Monster Energy is well known in the west and maybe Red Bulls biggest rival. Here in Korea it’s popular and nicely…

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Happy Hangeul Day – World’s Greatest Alphabet

The Korean Alphabet Day, known as  in South Korea, and Chosŏn’gŭl Day in North Korea, is a national Korean commemorative day marking the invention and the proclamation of the Korean alphabet (한글; 조선글), the native alphabet of the Korean language, by the 15th century Korean monarch Sejong the Great. It is observed on October 9 in South Korea and on January 15 in North Korea.

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Your Body Heat To Power Your Gadgets

 

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Your body is using up energy every second you’re awake. Some of that energy is translated into your muscles moving, and some of it is lost as heat. Researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) have developed a wearable strip of material that can easily be woven into clothing and can convert your body heat into usable electric power. A thin strip about 4 inches in length can produce 40mW of power, which isn’t much, but is enough to power a semiconductor chip. Increase the strip to 20in.-40in. and suddenly you’re looking at 2W, which is enough to charge your phones or other electronics. The material is made from fibreglass, which makes it flexible, unlike current ceramic-based thermo-electric solutions. It’s also claimed it has a 14-fold efficiency improvement over other methods. According to Professor Jo Byeong-jin, the lead researcher, this technology could be commercialized within the next 2 to 3 years, pending “issues concerning element integration process optimization and mass-production.”

 

Thanks to : ohgizmo