7 Korean Life Hacks That Will Blow Your Mind
These life hacks won't just make your life a lot easier, you will surprise your friends with your extensive knowledge in Korean culture!
Soy Bean Paste
Before ointments were brought into Korea, soy bean pastes were applied over wounds. As bad as this might sound a type of bacteria in soy bean paste actually works to disinfect and clean your wounds!
After A Night Out
If you are drunk and lying in bed, you may experience dizziness and upset your stomach. Next time try setting one foot off the bed on the ground and it will stabilize your dizziness!
Remember seeing actors roll eggs around their bruised areas on K-dramas? Well rubbing an object around your bruised area helps the clotted blood under the skin dissipate faster!
Before you throw that expired milk down the drain let me tell you something. Korean celebrities use expired milk to wash their face or bodies. It helps soften your skin and also to exfoliate dead skin
Although some may have difficulty carrying this method out, pricking and blood letting of thumbs relieve indigestion symptoms by relieving built up pressure on your stomach and aiding blood flow
Steamed Pear With Honey
This home remedy is one of the most commonly used methods for keeping coughs down. A pear is emptied out and filled with ginger, honey, jujubes and than steamed till it's soft.
Cleaning a Burnt pot
If days after soaking a pot your pot still has nasty burnt spots try this Korean remedy before throwing the pot out. Pour vinegar into the pot (just enough to cover all burns) and boil it!
Reduce Face Puffiness
Whether or not you wake up with a puffy face, tea made from brewing corn silk helps you keep down swelling of face and aids in the excreting of unwanted matter from your system