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CNN "한국이 가장 잘난 10 가지
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CNN "한국이 가장 잘난 10 가지

원문을 보면 그다지 호의적으로 기사를 쓴 것 같지는 않지만 언급 된 10 가지는


1 초고속 와이파이를 바탕으로 한 24 시간 웹 접속 문화

 : 인터넷 보급률이 82.7 %, 전체 인구의 78.5 %가 스마트 폰 사용 (2013 년 기준), QR 코드를 활용 한 세계 최초 가상 슈퍼마켓, 

   삼성 전자는 곡면 전화를 설계 중

2 신용 카드 사용률 세계 1 위 

 : 미국인 2011 년 기준 연간 1 인당 77.7 회 신용 카드 사용, 캐​​나다인은 89.6 회 사용, 한국인은 129.7 회 사용 

3 워커 홀릭

: 2012 년 기획 재정부 자료에 의하면 한국인은 주당 44.6 시간을 일하는데 OECD 평균은 32.8 시간이다 한국인이 5.8 시간을 더 일한다

4 폭탄주

: 진로 소주는 세계에서 가장 많이 판매 된 주류 중 11 위, 한국인은 폭탄주에 빠져있다

5 혁신적인 화장품

: 다양한 혁신적인 화장품이 한국에서는 끊임없이 개발되고있다, 달팽이 크림, 제주 화산 클레이 마스크, 대두 발효 보습 크림 등

(6) 여성 골퍼

: 세계 100 대 여성 골퍼 중 한국 선수가 38 명이고 상위 25 명 중 9 명이 한국인이다

7 스타 크래프트

: 스타 크래프트 프로 게이머는 한국에서 합법적 인 직업이며 수십만 달러의 수입을 벌어 들인다

8 승무원

: 전 세계 항공사에서 승무원 교육을 위해서 한국 항공사의 교육 센터를 찾는다. 한국 승무원의 서비스가 세계 최고라는 것에는 이견이 없다

9 소개팅, 브라인드 데이트

: 한국 싱글들의 소개팅을 비꼬 듯이 표현

10. 성형 수술

: 미국에서 페이스 리트 프를 만 달러에한다면 한국에서는 2,000 달러 나 3,000 달러에 동일한 서비스를받을 수있다. 중국, 몽골, 러시아, 일본에서 한국의 우수한 성형 의료 수준 때문에 의료 관광을 온다


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http://edition.cnn.com/2013/11/27/travel/10-things-south-korea-does-best/

10 things South Korea does better than anywhere else

By Frances Cha, CNN
August 29, 2014 -- Updated 2357 GMT (0757 HKT)
South Koreans became the world's top users of credit cards two years ago, making 129.7 transactions per person in 2011, compared with 77.9 transactions per person in the United States. South Koreans became the world's top users of credit cards two years ago, making 129.7 transactions per person in 2011, compared with 77.9 transactions per person in the United States.
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1. Whipping out the plastic
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Crazy competitiveness leads to surprising superlatives
  • South Koreans are devoted to cramming for tests, overworking, drinking and Starcraft
  • It's a plastic surgery mecca
  • Most made-up men? You'll find them in South Korea

Editor's note: This story is part of a series highlighting superlatives of countries and cities around the world. Click here for pieces onItaly, France, the United States, Canada, Taiwan, India, Hong Kongand Mexico, and watch for upcoming installments featuring other countries.

(CNN) -- For such a small country -- it ranks 109th in the world for total area, right behind Iceland -- South Korea sure is in the news a lot.

Occasionally that news is grim -- something to do with a troublesome cousin across the border.

Sometimes it's pure mainstream pop -- a bunch of cute singers taking down Lady Gaga on the world stage.

Sometimes it's just plain astonishing -- no one throws out the first pitch at a baseball game with as much panache as South Koreans.

From the weird to the wonderful to sci-fi stuff from a Samsung galaxy far, far away, here are things South Korea pulls off more spectacularly than anywhere else.

More: 40 most beautiful places in South Korea

1. Wired culture

Want to see what the future looks like?

Book a ticket to the country with a worldwide high 82.7% Internet penetration and where 78.5% of the entire population is on smartphones (as of 2013).

Among 18 to 24 year olds, smartphone penetration is 97.7%.

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The world's first "virtual supermarket" opened inside a subway station in South Korea in 2011.

While they're chatting away on emoticon-ridden messenger apps such as Naver Line or Kakao Talk, South Koreans also use their smartphones to pay at shops, watch TV (not Youtube but real-time channels) on the subway and scan QR codes at the world's first virtual supermarket.

Hyundai plans on rolling out a car that starts with your smartphone in 2015.

Samsung in the meantime has been designing a curved phone.

Crazy displays of technology already in place but not yet distributed can be seen (by appointment) at T.um, Korea's largest telecom company SK Telecom's future technology museum.

T.um, Jung-gu, Euljiro 2-ga 11, Seoul; +82 2 6100 0601

More: 50 reasons why Seoul is the world's greatest city

2. Whipping out the plastic

South Koreans became the world's top users of credit cards two years ago, according to data from the Bank of Korea.

While Americans made 77.9 credit card transactions per person in 2011 and Canadians made 89.6, South Koreans made 129.7.

It's technically illegal for any merchant in the country to refuse credit cards, no matter how low the price, and all cabs have credit card machines.

All that flying plastic makes Seoul one of our top shopping cities in the world.

More: 10 things Italy does better than anywhere else

3. Workaholics

South Koreans are so used to studying -- the country has the highest education level in Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) countries, with 98% of the population completing secondary education and 63% with a college education -- they can't get out of the habit once they reach the work force.

According to this quirky map from thedoghousediaries, Brazil sets the standard for FIFA World Cup titles and North Korea leads in "censorship," but South Korea takes the crown for workaholics.

You can see it in any Korean city, where lights in buildings blaze into the late hours as workers slave away.

According to 2012 data from South Korea's Ministry of Strategy and Finance, South Koreans work 44.6 hours per week, compared with the OECD average of 32.8.

And according to a study released in August 2014, along with Tokyo residents, Seoulites get the least amount of sleep of any residents of major cities in the world, just less than six hours a night.

More: 10 things the U.S. does better than anywhere else

4. Business boozing

When they're not working, Koreans are celebrating their latest deals or drowning their sorrows in soju.

While many leading companies are trying to curb the working/drinking culture, there are still plenty of bosses who drag their teams out for way too many rounds of soju/beer/whiskey "bombs."

More: Business traveler's guide to surviving a Korean drinking session

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