Camp Bonifas: the world’s most dangerous golf course that can literally kill you

Playing golf in South Korea can prove to be very dangerous. But what’s the worst thing that can happen? Well, you could get blown up to smithereens, for one. The “deadly golf course” is pretty small at 192 yards, and it is flanked by military style bunkers on the right, while, on the left side, separated by an 5,5-meters high security fence topped by concertina wire, lie buried countless unexploded mines. And even a small mistake could cause a huge, fatal explosion. A nearby sign warns players with a hardly…

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Hongeo: South Korea’s stinkiest food that smells like a public restroom

Hongeo is a bizarre South Korean dish with a “pungent” aroma that most people describe as a mix of dirty public toilet and wet laundry left untended for days. Made from the so-called skate, a bottom-dwelling ray fish, Hongeo is considered by far South Korea’s (and probably not only) smelliest food. In any case, It’s so stinky that many South Koreans wouldn’t come near it, let alone put it in their mouths. However, its many fans can’t get enough and swear that once you get used to it, it’s impossible…

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The curious story of South Korean woman who has drunk 150,000 cans of Coke in the last 40 years

If you’re the kind of person who thinks that drinking Coke every day is a sure way to kill yourself, this 74-year-old woman who has been basically living drinking only this popular soft drinks for four decades would like a word with you… In February, South Korean YouTube channel X SBS featured the curious story of a pensioner who has allegedly been drinking nothing but Coca Cola for the past 40 years. Curious fact, she isn’t one of those people who just can’t stand water, or who has been drinking…

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Yongma Land, The Abandoned theme park in South Korea

There is a small abandoned theme park in Seoul, South Korea, with a frozen carousel, fading images of ’80s pop icons, and dodgems that that no longer collide. But unlike most amusement parks that have gone totally dead, this one invites the public to share in its slow decaying. Yongma Land was built in 1980 as a humble, family-friendly amusement park and was a popular location for local families for the first decade after it opened. However, when Lotte World opened in 1989, people lost interest in this little, neighborhood…

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