In recent years, many travelers have started to combine business with pleasure, going to overseas countries with two objectives: to get acquainted with the culture of the country and to cure diseases. The popularity regained in medical tourism in recent years among citizens of post-Soviet space, simple enough to explain.
On the one hand, many are not satisfied with the level and quality of domestic medicine, that too is understandable, and this is very effective when treatment and rest abroad are combined in one trip. Every tourist has their own preferences in the choice of countries for medical travel, because every developed country can boast of a good quality of medical services and advances in certain fields of medicine. And one of the countries popular with tourists wanting to get rid of diseases and relax at the same time, is Korea. Annually here come a huge number of tourists from around the world, with the objective of learning more about the history and culture of this unlike many other countries, States, and see firsthand the power of development of Eastern and traditional medicine in Korea.
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The artistic heritage of the modern Korean art is primarily paintings on scrolls “of Joseon-Hwa” that existed for centuries. On scrolls depicting landscapes, flowers and birds; created the scrolls and the philosophical theme “man and nature”; to the end of the 18th century domestic paintings (painter Kim Hong-Do).
Oil painting penetrated into Korea relatively recently — in the 30-ies of our century — and developed only after the formation of the Korean people’s Democratic Republic. The creation of a democratic state in North Korea brought to life and many other arts that didn’t exist previously, — a sculpture, a political cartoon, a propaganda poster.
Painting “of Joseon-Hwa” is preserved in its finest classical forms (Lee Seok-Ho, “Sunflower”, 1957; Chen Jung-E — “Village may”, coloured ink, 1958) and at the same time, as in China, goes beyond genres. Works such as “Rest in the fields of the cooperative” To Kim Bitch (1957), “Rich harvest” If the Phal Chan (1958), “Dance”, Kim Yong Jun (1957), talk about the joys of free labor, the wisdom and spiritual beauty of the peasants, the originality and the exciting rhythms of folk dances. An important motif in the artist’s traditional style is a transition from abstract landscapes to the Scripture of nature from nature (The Ladies of Saint Continue reading
New year – the international celebration, which is in a particular key definitely is celebrated with various traditions all over the world. Every country, nationality and region has its own peculiarities of celebrating the New year that seem interesting to others, and sometimes even very strange.
Features of the Christmas traditions of Europe
Each European country has its own interesting customs of celebrating this holiday. For example, in Germany it is believed that the long-awaited Santa Claus comes to visit German children on a donkey. That is why before you go to bed on Christmas night, the local children put on the table a plate for gifts, and in your shoes puts hay to feed the donkey and to thank him for what he brought Santa. Here are some interesting new year traditions in Germany.
Italy – the country is also unusual in terms of their traditions. Here, Santa Claus is called Babb Natal, just waiting for him to visit the children. In addition, in this country there is an opinion that in New year you need to join, freed from the burden of old things. Therefore, it is a festive night from the Windows of Italian houses onto the pavements fly all the unnecessary things. The Italians believe that their place must come new.
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