50+ Facts That Prove South Korea Is a Completely Different World

If I asked you to picture an exotic country, you'd probably go with something like Australia or Japan. But after this exclusive list by Bored Panda, you'll probably consider South Korea one too.

To show how unique this country really is, we put together a collection of pictures that vividly illustrate its everyday life. We're talking solar-powered benches with USB and wireless charging, onion-flavored cereal, and pretty much everything else you can find there.

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#1 Running Out Of Children Due To The Low Birth Rates, A School In South Korea Is Opening Their Doors And Allowing Illiterate Grandmothers To Enrol, So They Can Also Learn To Read

#2 This Care Package The South Korean Government Sent Me While I’m In Quarantine Day 2

#3 Pink Explosion In Jeju City, Jeju Island, South Korea

#4 Korean Ktx Trains Play “Healing Broadcasts” Where They Just Show Newborn Puppies Rolling Around For Five Minutes

#5 Airports In Seoul Provide A Map To Your Gate On The Back Of Your Boarding Pass

#6 Took These In The Same Spot Over The Past Year. Korea’s Four Seasons: Yeouido

#7 Glad To See My Favorite Tree Standing Healthy After This Year's Numerous Typhoons And Landslides, South Korea

#8 This Subway Car In Seoul Has A Mini Library

#9 Apartment Complex In Korea Being Painted, So The Painters Shrouded All The Cars In The Parking Lot To Protect From Splatter

#10 Starbucks In Seoul Offering Used Coffee Grounds For Gardening

#11 Just Received This At My Door! S. Korea Gives Out Food Rations To People In Quarantine

#12 This Hand-Painted Underside Of A Temple Roof In Korea

#13 I Get To Walk Through This Everyday On My Way Home From Work

#14 This Sign Is Not For A Cat Crossing. It Means "Caution: Cat Is Around"

#15 This 2D Café We Visited In Seoul

#16 Modern Korea Built Around Historic Korea (Seoul)

#17 Small Restaurant In The Snow, Seoul, South Korea

#18 Solar Powered Benches Here In Seoul, South Korea. Complete With USB And Wireless Charging Docks

#19 Bukhansan Yesterday

#20 "Root Bench" Is A Public Installation By Architect Yong Ju Lee In Hangang Art Park, South Korea

#21 South Korea Puts Traffic Lights On The Ground So That People Who're Looking At Their Phones Can Still See The Light

#22 This Ice Lolly I Bought In Korea Has A Little Tray To Prevent It From Melting All Over Your Hands

#23 Korea Is So Beautiful

#24 An Old Pine Tree, Daedunsan, South Korea

#25 Every Half Kilometer They Have A Resting Place Made For Pedestrians In This Korean City Ansan

#26 Chips Organized Into A Rainbow In Korea

#27 This Latte Art From A Cafe In Seoul, South Korea

#28 South Korea Isn't Joking When Battling Covid-19

#29 I'm Staying In Korea Right Now And Apparently There Is A TV Channel Dedicated To Dogs, As In Programming For Dogs

#30 This Here Is The Entrance Of The Club Chroma In Seoul, South Korea By MVRDV Architecture, Which Is Said To Be The Largest Nightclub In The World

#31 Daegaksa Temple Near Jongmyo Shrine In Seoul

#32 Well, That's One Way To Encourage People To Use The Stairs

#33 Escalator Sanitizer In South Korea

#34 Self Cleaning Roads In South Korea

#35 Supermarkets In Korea Offer Toilet Paper Samples For You To Test

#36 Cakes Sold In South Korea Usually Come With Free Candles And Matches Hidden In The Plastic Cake Knife

#37 Traditional Korean Architecture

#38 In Korea, They Have Single Person Karaoke Booths On The Train

#39 The Wavy Building Called The GT Tower In Seoul, South Korea

#40 Pump Toothpaste In South Korea. One Pump Is The Perfect Amount For A Toothbrush

#41 Found Totoro On The Side Of The Road

#42 These Helpful Robots That Wander Incheon Airport, Seoul, That You Can Use To Check Flight Information

#43 This Library In Seoul, South Korea

#44 Automatic Ramen Dispenser In Korea

#45 "1,000 Doors" Building In South Korea

#46 They Have A Sauron’s Tower In Seoul

#47 Cherry Blossom Themed Coca Cola Bottles In South Korea

#48 South Korea Now Has Walk-Through Covid-19 Test Booths

#49 The Bananas We Got With Our Delivered Groceries Here In South Korea Came With Little Stickers To Put On Them

#50 In Some Asian Countries (Korea) The 4th Floor Button In The Elevator Is 'F' Because It 4 Sounds Same As 'Death'. When I Go Home I Always Have To Pay Respect