- 1 Is it better to live in Japan or Korea?
- 2 Is Korea or Japan safer?
- 3 Is Japan or Korea more expensive?
- 4 Is Korea colder than Japan?
- 5 Can an Indian live in Korea?
- 6 Is South Korea friendly to foreigners?
- 7 Can Japanese understand Korean?
- 8 Is Korea or Japan more fun?
- 9 Is Korean better than Chinese?
- 10 Is Tokyo or Seoul better?
- 11 Why is Korea so expensive?
Is it better to live in Japan or Korea?
Japan is easier for those used to dealing with reserved people (much of Western Europe or North Eastern United States), whereas Korea is better if you prefer outgoing (California or Australia). Japan is much more isolated than South Korea in terms of history, culture and trends.
Is Korea or Japan safer?
Numbeo’s 2016 crime index by country ranks Korea as the safest country in the world, with an overall safety index of 85.69. Numbeo also ranks cities by their crime rate, and by this metric Incheon ranked first at 90.89, followed by Kyoto, Japan, at 89.37 and then Seoul at 85.72.
Is Japan or Korea more expensive?
By figuring out which country is more expensive, you’ll understand where you’ll get more bang for your buck. A week in South Korea can cost you about $719 (per person), while a week in Japan may cost you around $957. These differences become even more noticable if you plan to spend a longer time in the country.
Is Korea colder than Japan?
3 Answers. South Korea is colder, although not hugely so: here’s a handy Seoul vs Tokyo comparison chart. Summers are basically the same (sweltering), September-October is around 3°C colder, winters are up to 10°C colder. So I would tackle Korea first, then fly to Tokyo and work your way south.
Can an Indian live in Korea?
South Korea has been gaining popularity among Indian expatriates. Since the 1970s, many Indians have been coming to the South Korea and now there are about 7,006 Indians as per International Migration Report, living and working in the country.
Is South Korea friendly to foreigners?
Koreans are generally hospitable and welcoming toward foreigners with few exceptions here and there. But in totality there is a line of separation Koreans set up between themselves and non Koreans.
Can Japanese understand Korean?
No. Most Japanese people do NOT speak Korean. However, the English language is a required subject in the Japanese secondary education; although English education has not gone very well for Japanese people, in general, most people can understand at least a little bit of English (except, of course, the very old people).
Is Korea or Japan more fun?
Korea has a better nightlife I think, but Japan seems more entertaining during the day. People are friendly in both places in general but Japanese tends to be more polite. Seoul is also less crowded than Tokyo.
Is Korean better than Chinese?
Relatively, Korean would be an easier language to learn. Thanks to its phonetic alphabet and more simplistic grammar rules, Korean is not the most challenging Asian language to learn. Chinese on the other hand is much more widely spoken.
Is Tokyo or Seoul better?
Seoul is a more lively and vibrant than Tokyo, both cities are lively and vibrant but somehow Seoul is more lively and vibrant. Tokyo is warmer and far less snow or no snow in December. A difficult choice. Both cities are very interesting and vibrant and lively and totally offer what you are looking for.
Why is Korea so expensive?
Agricultural production and small farming in Korea make fruits expensive to produce and ship compared to importing from cheaper producers. Korean people like tropical fruits but the climate in Korea is cool with high mountains so the imported tropical fruits are often very expensive.