Traveling or living in South Korea is exciting, but there is much to figure out and can at times be inconvenient or difficult. Chickadee is a great app to solve such issues, which is why we here at 10 Mag highly recommend it.
After signing up, you will be assigned a dedicated personal team comprising fully vetted, bilingual professionals in Korea. Just tell them what you need and they take care of it while you enjoy yourself doing other things. Chickadee will make your life easier in Seoul and throughout South Korea.
To get a 1-week free trial: add “10” to your last name when sign-up for the app (e.g., James Smith10) and your account should be activated within a day.
If you don’t feel like staying in an expensive hotel, this is the perfect app for you. Airbnb does not directly lease and instead serves as a broker between hosts and guests by charging a commission.
You can find short-term lodging, including apartments, studio flats, hostels, all the way up to houses. Hosts set prices while prospective renters view pictures of accommodations, read reviews, and send reservation messages. Depending on the size of a property, guests can book up to 16 adults. (Be sure to check for the most recent Covid-related restrictions.)
Analog Seoul, is the eighth edition of Analog Film City, an app that allows access to 20 specialized photo filters. With these filters, one can make the pictures they capture give off an authentic Seoul vibe.
You can share your photos on a variety of social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, and Weibo. There are also over 10 editing tools available for users who wish to further modify their pictures.
The main services offered are text, voice, conversation, and image translation. There is also a dictionary and phrase book, which allows users to check for more definitions and learn basic expressions. The phrase book even contains written and verbal examples of everyday conversations!
Other features include a currency converter, that gives updates on exchange rates for currencies such as USD and KRW. For ambiguous words, there is a WSD (Word Sense Disambiguation) that provides images which give the word a clearer definition.
It’s no secret that losing your passport or credit cards on vacation is everyone’s worst nightmare. Fear no more, because Security Cards Widget is an app that removes the need to carry cards in your wallet.
You can simply wire money with one touch and store an unlimited amount of cards. Each card that you store comes with a secure encryption and requires a passcode to unlock. In fact, users can lock the app itself to keep their information safe from prying eyes. If you aren’t comfortable with using a passcode, the app also offers fingerprint verification.
To make things even better, there’s no need to manually enter your card’s information. Users can take a picture of their cards and the app will automatically store the information.