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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, EMS and K-packet are temporarily unavailable. All parcels are currently shipped via DHL, FedEx, CJ Express (Singapore), and Skynet (Malaysia).

 

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If you cannot find your question here, please email our team at [email protected] and we will be happy to answer your queries.

 

ORDERING

What payment methods do you accept?

When we send you an invoice, you will be able to see all the payment methods available to you.
For orders over $800, we can only accept Transferwise for payment. If this applies to your order, we will send you an email with further information regarding this. Transferwise supports Visa, Mastercard and Apple Pay.
Please consult our Guide to Using Transferwise here!

What currency can I pay in?

All orders must be paid in US Dollars ($). Unfortunately we cannot accept payments made in any other currencies, including Korean Won (₩).

Can I cancel my order before is shipped out?

An order can be canceled without charges only if the item has not been purchased from us yet. If you want to cancel your order after we have purchased your item, there will be a 30% charge on the total amount.

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We ship worldwide to all countries!

How much is the shipping fee for my country?

We offer Free Worldwide Shipping for all items on our store.  
*In cases where the shipping address is in a remote location, we may kindly ask customers to pay a small top-up for covering the extra shipping fee incurred.

Each custom order has its own calculated shipping fee, based on the country and item weight. Please fill out our Custom Request Form and our team will provide you with a free quote for your order.

Who do you ship with?

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If you have a preference, please let us know and we will try to ship with this courier.

For Malaysia / Singapore / Philippines / Japan addresses:

We use regional door-to-door services for these countries, which allows for faster shipping time and lower costs.

For the rest of the world:

For most countries, we use DHL Worldwide Express or FedEx. The average transit time is 5-7 working days.

How long does it take for my order to arrive?

From the date you place your order with us, it normally takes between 4-10 working days to receive your item in our warehouse from the Korean supplier. Please note that in certain cases, it may take longer than this depending on the supplier or if it is a pre-order item. Then, the transit time listed above applies after we ship it from our warehouse.

How will I know when my order has been shipped?

As soon as our team have shipped your order, you will be sent a confirmation email with a tracking number.

Can you ship to a Korean address?

We are unable to ship to a Korean address, and can only send orders to locations outside of South Korea.

Do you have a forwarding / address rental service?

We are unable to offer a forwarding service. As a registered export company, we can only ship items that we have purchased ourselves.

Can I combine orders?

We are able to combine orders, however we cannot combine any more than two. Please email [email protected] with both the order numbers that you would like shipped together.

I’m buying a fragile product. How will it be packaged?

Our team is specially trained in preparing fragile items for international shipping. We keep the item in its original packaging and add our own protection as needed, to minimise the risk of damage during transit.

I need to change my shipping address. How can I do this?

Please email [email protected] with your order number and new shipping address, so that we can update your details on our system.

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All of our shipping methods come with a tracking number. We strive to provide customers with a better and safer service, so we do not offer services that do not provide any tracking numbers.

 

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What is your return policy?

Harumio provides a Korea proxy service and thus, all items sold are non-returnable and non-refundable.

What if my items are damaged upon arrival?

Please contact us at [email protected] and we will do our best to assist you.

Is there any warranty on my purchases?

If your item come with a warranty, it must be claimed with the manufacturer. Please email [email protected] for assistance with this. Please note that you may need to ship the product to Korea for repairs.

 

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Do I need to pay custom duties / taxes?

Some countries may have import taxes and it is the customer’s responsibility to pay for these taxes (where applicable). Unfortunately, we are unable to advise customers on how much these will be, so please ensure to consult your own country’s import tax policy.

What if I reject or refuse to sign for the packages?

Customers will be charged a $30 (or more) restocking and shipping fee if the packages are rejected for any reason at all.  

Can you declare my packages at a certain value / as a gift?

We are a registered business in Korea and we operate in accordance to Korean export laws. We do not condone undervaluing/under-declaring the price of the items as that is illegal and will be regarded as smuggling by any countries. Likewise, we are not able to declare items as ‘gifts’ for the sole purpose of avoiding import taxes.

 

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All the books available on Harumio are in Korean, with no English language translation, unless otherwise specified in the product description of that item.

How do I know that I’m buying a genuine product?

All our items are 100% authentic and purchased directly from the official Korean suppliers. You can check out our Instagram (@harumiokorea) to see stories from our team visiting stores around Seoul and purchasing items for our customers.

Will an item be restocked?

Unfortunately, as a proxy service we do not receive information from official suppliers on whether they will restock items in the future. However, we do ensure to update our store whenever new stock is released by a supplier. Follow us on our social media to stay updated!

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Your Korean shoe size is your feet length in centimeters and there is no distinction between men and women for Korean size. Our size chart is for reference only. For the most accurate measurement, you should measure your own feet in cm. Please note that we will not be able to accept returns, exchanges or to refund your order if the wrong size has been purchased.

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Skincare/Perfumes/Cosmetics – We are able to ship these items, except products that contain alcohol. If you are unsure of an item’s ingredients, please do include it on your Custom Request Form, and we will check it out for you!

  • Masks – We can now export Masks from Korea.
  • Furniture – Although it is possible to ship furniture, please be aware that the shipping costs will increase for these items.
  • Food – We cannot ship any food products which are easily spoiled or require storage at a low temperature e.g. meat, dairy.

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We are able to buy products from physical stores, including pop-up shops, in Seoul. Please fill out our Custom Request Form and provide details of the store and items you wish to purchase.

2020 Electro Hawaiian Junior – Asher Guitars & Lap Steels Store

“If you’re looking for a way into the lap-steel scene, I can’t imagine a more value-packed option that feels like a pro-level axe.”
-Jason Shadrick, Premier Guitar Magazine

Built to my high standards for performance and road-worthy durability, the Junior is sure to impress you with its musical voice and professional feel. “  

 – Bill Asher

     The Electro Hawaiian Junior lap steel just keeps getting better.  This time around we made some small, but pretty choice updates to make your playing experience all the better. 

  Designed in California and prototyped by master luthier Bill Asher, the Junior has a neck-through solid mahogany body with a 25″ scale length and 24 fret lines. This new version has a beautiful Indian rosewood fretboard, custom Alnico 5 pickup set and upgraded Wilkinson tuners.

   Known for its solid construction and quality components, the use of lighter-weight African mahogany with its neck-through-body construction provides the optimal foundation for creating an impressive resonance and tonal range. Powered by custom wound Alnico 5 pickups, this lap steel produces a powerful tone and response with impressive depth and clarity. The wrap-around aluminum bridge with flat radius gives optimal body contact, and thus enhanced sustain.

    The Junior’s slightly wider string spacing allows for effortless playability making it a great cross-over instrument for guitar, Dobro and Weissenborn players.   Designed with 24 frets, players have easy access to the 3rd octave allowing for expansive creative and tonal range.  The USA made low-friction nut by Graphtech, upgraded tuners and a reliable padded gig bag with heavy duty zippers are other details that make the Jr. anything but inferior.

    Played by the professionals, this work-horse lap steel comes in 5 enticing colors (tobacco burst, trans cherry, antique white, lake placid blue and a limited-edition Gold Top).  Although it is moderately priced – the Jr. performs up to the standards of the Pros. Professional artists including Robert Randolph, Emily Robison (Dixie Chicks), Bruce Bouton (Garth Brooks), Mike Johnson (Reba MacEntire), and many other artists and gigging musicians use the Asher Electro Hawaiian Junior to add depth and musicality to their work.

  The Jr. is suitable for any musical genre including blues, rock, folk, jazz, country, Hawaiian, etc. and also used for many applications including studio recording, live performance, large venue concerts, soundtracks, commercial work and most predominantly for pleasure at home.

  Be sure to check out all the upgrades for the Electro Hawaiian® Junior only available from Asher Guitars, such as our HipShot palm bender, fully adjustable stand, electronic upgrade kit, custom Belly Bar and hardshell case!

SPECIFICATIONS:

    • style: 6-string lap steel
    • scale length: 25 inches
    • scale lines: 24
    • neck & body: neck through body construction, solid mahogany
    • pickups: two Alnico 5 humbuckers
    • pickup switching: three-way toggle
    • controls: master volume and master tone
    • string spacing: nut: 1 3/4″, bridge: 2 1/4″
    • fret board: Indian rosewood
    • bridge: aluminum wrap-around
    • tuners: Wilkinson Deluxe
    • nut: custom designed with Tusq material by Graphtech
    • finish: tobacco burst, trans cherry, antique white, lake placid blue, and gold top*
    • case: comes with high quality gig bag
    • strings: Asher Electro Hawaiian Lap Steel Strings – medium heavy nickel round wound . 015-.058 **
    • built: Korea
    • upgrades: TKL Custom Hardshell Case, Electronic Upgrade Kit, Belly Bar Kit
    • retail price: $975 – $1200 (gold top)

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90,000 On my knees. The sect leader in South Korea apologized for the spread of coronavirus

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Lim Man Hee founded the Shin-chongji Tabernacle of Testimony Temple

Head of the South Korean Christian sect Temple Shin-chonji’s Tabernacle of Testimony “Lee Man Hee apologized to the people of the country that, apparently, it was his flock who inadvertently spread the new coronavirus in South Korea.

During the press conference, Lee Man Hee made a traditional Korean deep bow as a sign of apology and regret, during which he knelt down.

More than 4000 cases of Covid-19 virus infection have been registered in South Korea; about 60% of people diagnosed with the disease are members of this sect.

“Although this was not done on purpose, many became infected. We tried our best to prevent it, but we did not succeed,” said the 88-year-old sect leader.

Lawsuit against the sect

Apparently, the parishioners accidentally infected each other, and then many of them went to different parts of South Korea.According to some reports, the leadership of the sect kept the list of its members secret, making it difficult for the authorities to understand how and where the virus was spreading.

But a representative of the sect told the BBC that they provided a complete list of parishioners and buildings belonging to this religious organization.

On Sunday, authorities filed a lawsuit against 12 leaders of the Shin-chonji Testimony Tabernacle Temple sect with the South Korean prosecutor’s office on charges of murder, harm and violation of the infectious disease control law.

Several former members of the sect told Reuters that many of Lee Man Hee’s young followers were forced to leave their homes and live in dormitories near the church. In this way, they underwent initiation, which includes breaking ties with families.

Judgment Day

According to Reuters, 54-year-old Lee Yong-woo is on duty near the church building. She says in tears that she has not seen her daughter for six years – after she joined the sect.

Shin-chonji destroys families and separates children from their parents, she said.“I can’t sleep, I think all the time that my daughter could have been infected – and now she is moaning in pain in isolation.”

88-year-old Lee Man Hee calls himself the biblical messiah. then 144 thousand of his followers will rise with him to heaven.

Many in South Korea consider his church a cult or a sect. However, supporters of Lee Man Hee complain about discrimination and prefer not to advertise their activities.

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88-year-old Lee Man Hee considers himself a messiah whose arrival will mark the end of the world

What is known about the Shin-chonji Tabernacle of Testimony Temple

  • A religious movement founded in 1984 by South Korean preacher Lee Man Hee.
  • 88-year-old Lee calls himself the Messiah from the Bible, who will come instead of Jesus.
  • The followers of his teachings are told that the Second Coming has already taken place – in the form of Lee Man Hee.
  • The abbreviation Shin-chonji stands for New Heaven and New Earth.
  • Lee Man Hee claims that the Bible is written in encrypted metaphorical language and its true meaning. available only to him and his followers.
  • Initially, the movement existed only in South Korea, but now it is spreading to other countries.
  • The organization is accused of creating a cult, its activities have caused criticism and claims in a number of countries.

Rest in South Korea. Which Korean sights are worth seeing

Traveling to South Korea will turn your life upside down. Are you ready to meet the sunrise on a volcano, meditate in a temple, test your stomach and renew your wardrobe for a penny? Then buckle up and go for new impressions!

Take a stroll through Seoul’s Myeongdong area with local resident Inna!

1.Sunbathe

South Korea boasts clean and well-groomed beaches, photos of which are not shameful to put on your desktop. Most of the warmth and gentle sun can be obtained from June to September if you go to the Busan resort – more precisely, to its gorgeous Haeundé beach, covered with shells and white sand. Wave your pen to the Koreans, who are splashing along the coast, and arrange a swim – even to the Japanese coast. In the evening, Buddha himself ordered a bottle of soju to be drunk on Gwanalli Beach, which offers a spectacular view of the cable-stayed bridge.

Busan Busan, but Jeju Island confidently holds the palm among South Korean beaches. Rent a rubber ring and sail along the white Happche Beach to the evergreen forest. If you want something exotic, you need to go to Samyang Beach, covered with black volcanic sand. Do not be confused by tourists busily digging a hole for themselves – according to rumors, the local sand has a therapeutic effect.

When is the best time to go to South Korea

You can swim in Korea from the end of May to September.Summers in this country are very hot and humid, moreover, from the end of June to the end of July, the monsoon season chanma usually lasts. Therefore, the best time for a beach holiday in South Korea is late spring and early autumn.

The ski season in Korean resorts is the period from late November to early April. Winter in South Korea is quite cold – down to –10 ° C – and snowy. Only on the subtropical island of Jeju, the temperature does not drop below 0 ° C even in winter.

2.Wave your pen to Kim Jong Un

Photo: Chung Sung-Jun / Getty Images News / Thinkstock

The demilitarized zone, 4 kilometers wide, divides the Korean peninsula into two countries, and the quarrel between them will not subside. You can only enter the no-man’s territory stuffed with military equipment as part of an excursion. The first stop is the Imjingak Peace Park, where tanks and aircraft from the Cold War are rusting. Descend into the secret tunnel dug by the North Koreans and observe the life of the harsh neighbors through binoculars.After a thorough inspection, you will be brought to the closed town of Panmunchom, where negotiations between the parties take place occasionally. No jeans or Coca-Cola, otherwise the communists will suspect you as American spies.

3. Look into the crater of the volcano

Photo: Republic of Korea, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

In the center of the resort island of Jeju rises the extinct volcano Hallasan – the highest point in South Korea. Several scenic trails lead to its top, which trekking enthusiasts storm every day.Be careful in rocky areas and do not frighten off the deer chewing leaves a meter from the hiking trail. In the crater of the volcano, which last erupted lava a thousand years ago, hides the mountain lake of Pennoctam. Borrow a selfie stick from tourists and send a photo to Instagram right from the top – in South Korea, Wi-Fi is distributed even on volcanoes.

If one peak is not enough for you, climb the dormant volcano Sangumburi, the slopes of which are covered with pine groves and tangerine gardens. In the fog, the crater looks especially mystical – you are guaranteed goosebumps.

Also interesting: The most beautiful mountains of Russia, which are drawn to conquer

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Touch the secrets of antiquity

Photo: jeong woo Nam, CC BY-NC-SA 2.0

If you are interested in history, go to the dolmens – ancient stone structures that were erected on the graves of the nobility. Most of the dolmens were excavated in South Korea – it’s a sin not to see at least a couple. In the city of Kochhan, about 450 giant slabs have been collected, the largest of which weighs two blue whales.Learn how to light a fire and paint on rocks at the Dolmen Museum, then ride the Moromoro Train to ancient burial sites.

More greetings from the past are hidden in the royal tombs of the Joseon Dynasty near Seoul. Everything is Feng Shui: each of the 40 necropolises is surrounded by stone sheep, horses and tigers that drive away evil spirits. Walk the King’s Road from Honsalmun Gate to Jeongjagak Pavilion and kneel before the sacred stones to appease the ancient rulers.

More on the topic: The most interesting dolmens and megaliths from all over the planet

5. Dive with aged mermaids

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Wake up a Korean in the middle of the night and ask where the best diving is – he will definitely name Jeju. The warm waters off the coast of this island are full of frog fish, lionfish and triggerfish. If you’re lucky, you’ll see elderly mermaids above the coral fields. Yes, yes, local grandmothers are so harsh that they can dive for shellfish to a depth of 20 meters.

If you don’t see 60-year-old divers at work, at least visit their museum in the village of Saeva. The Jeju coast is dotted with family restaurants, where they ship their catch from the seabed daily. Haenyeo Hoetjip serves delicious sea bream, and abalone soup at Ojo Haenyeoui Jip is beyond praise. Grandmothers – they are grandmothers everywhere: sea reptiles can be bought from them first-hand in the markets near Yongduam and Jungmun beaches.

6. Fill up with blush in the erotic park

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There are devils in the still waters: modest-looking Koreans have a special passion for parks of erotic sculptures. The most famous is Hesindan, an hour’s drive from Donghae City, dotted with human-sized wooden and stone phalluses. Lie down on a bench like you-know-what, spy on giggling tourists, and listen to the legend of a local fisherman who took off his pants and subdued a sea deity. Won’t you surprise you with that? Then head to Jeju Island’s famous Love Land, which features over 140 sculptures depicting people and animals in explicit poses.Only characters over 18 years old are allowed into the animated comic strip for adults.

7. Have a Crazy Shopping

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Shopping in Seoul is almost like a religion. The largest market in the country, Namdaemun, is packed with sneakers, T-shirts and bags at ridiculous prices. Don’t forget to bargain for a good discount. When you’re tired of the noise and din, head to the Myeongdong shopping area to wander through Lotte and Shinsegae department stores.

Straight from the catwalks, fashion collections go to the shops of the Gangnam district, immortalized in the song of the fat man Psai, or Cheongdam, where souls are sold for louboutins and pants. When it comes to souvenirs, Koreans unanimously recommend Insadong Street, which is packed with antique shops, galleries and stalls. On Sundays, it is open to pedestrians and street vendors who tirelessly cook, fry and steam local delicacies.

8. Go to the monastery

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More than a hundred Buddhist temples in Korea keep their doors open for everyone who wants to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the world.Find the strength to give up temptation and try on the role of a monk. Waking up at dawn, a plate of rice for breakfast, lunch and dinner and daily meditation – after this, you involuntarily begin to appreciate the simple joys of life. In the spring, savor the scent of blooming camellias at Sonunsa Temple, in the summer, escape the heat at the Beopjuza Mountain Monastery, meditate under the bright yellow foliage in Jikjis in the fall, and bask in Hayeinsa in winter. If you only have one day left, march through the 1,200-year-old Boneungsa Temple in Seoul.At the same time, learn how to properly brew tea and make paper lanterns.

Christianity is no stranger to Koreans: in the center of Seoul stands Yeouido Full Gospel Church, and this is, for a minute, the largest Christian parish in the world. Every Sunday the gigantic worship hall is filled with the music of the orchestra and tens of thousands of parishioners. To appreciate the scale, wander around the church quarter, which houses several universities, educational centers, and even a television studio.

9. Pluck your voice in a karaoke bar

Do not feed Koreans with rice – let us throw a grand party.With soju rice liqueur from local brands Jinro and Lotte BG, the evening ceases to be languid. Once you’ve finished all the snacks, head to the traditional nore-ban karaoke bar. Most neon signs with a microphone hang in the Honda metropolitan area. Stop by the popular Luxury Su Bar and show off your vocal skills or, alternatively, scare away all visitors. Most of the songs are in Korean, but there are also classic hits in English. Later in the night, head to the Octagon or M2 for a fun dance to Korean techno.A plate of haejunguk hangover soup in the morning – and yesterday night is gone.

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10. Get better by a couple of kilograms

A typical Korean meal is never limited to one course. Accept the fact that upon arrival you will have to arrange fasting days for yourself, and order a portion of kebabs bulgogi or fried ribs calbi . Do not put your sticks aside: as a bonus, they will bring a plate of rice and half a dozen more pickled kimchi snacks. Be warned: it will be spicy and outrageously tasty. By the way, Koreans are so fond of pickled vegetables that at the annual festival of kimjang the whole crowd pickle cabbage for the winter.

If you want something like that, look in the menu beondaegi – boiled silkworm larvae, sea worm sashimi gebul or chicken legs dakbal . These are far from all the delicacies that Korean chefs prepare, but children can read us.

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11.Go skiing down the mountain peak

Not long ago, only a few knew that you can ski in South Korea in winter. But in vain: ski resorts in this country are equipped with the latest technology. The flagship resort of Yongpyeong with 28 slopes is preparing to host the most spectators at the 2018 Olympics. For a moonlight ride, head to the 24-hour Tamen Vivaldi Park, where each of the 13 slopes is named after a musical style. Extremists can show off their tricks on the trampolines in Phoenix Park, while beginners can paint Christmas trees in the snow on the simplest tracks in O2.

If you hit the country’s longest Silk Road slope at Deogyusan, you can relax at the nearby hot springs. But do not forget why you are here: instead of a pass to the Hivan lifts, there is a risk of losing all the money in the nearby Gangwon Land casino.

12. Strike your face in the dirt and do not be ashamed of it

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Every summer, the South Korean town of Boryeong attracts two million tourists who can’t wait to get properly dirty.Stop holding back – arrange dirty dances, ride the slides and throw mud bombs around. And when your cheeks start to ache from laughter, measure your strength in the mud ring. The most desperate take part in mud races, sinking to the waist in a viscous slurry. If the urge to play the fool persists, stay at the Korean La Tomatina in Hwangcheon town. Koreans are as good as hot Spaniards when it comes to tossing tomatoes.

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90,000 South Korea is trying to return to normal life – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

The government and society of South Korea are trying to solve an extremely difficult task, trying to stop the coronavirus in their country in the context of the global COVID-19 pandemic, but at the same time returning, as far as possible, to normal life, since the people are already tired of restrictions, and the economy is in crisis.

Coronavirus “swing”

If we assess the situation in South Korea over the past few weeks, we can state that gradually the “third wave” of the coronavirus, which peaked a month and a half ago, is subsiding. More recently, at the end of December last year, an absolute record was recorded in South Korea for the number of infected per day – 1,240 people per day. It is possible that many countries would envy such an indicator, but for Korea, which in the summer of 2020 ishoped to defeat COVID-19, this was the reason for the introduction of emergency social distancing measures.

As a result, the quick reaction of the authorities, as well as the conscientiousness of Koreans, who overwhelmingly follow the orders of the government and comply with the restrictions imposed, played a role. Gradually, the wave of COVID-19 began to decline and in recent days has fluctuated around 300-500 infected per day.

At the same time, it was possible to reverse the situation that threatened a general crisis, when the isolation wards for those infected with coronavirus were overcrowded, new temporary boxes had to be urgently deployed, and the doctors collapsed from fatigue. After all, the total number of those who are currently in hospitals is only slightly more than eight thousand, the proportion of those who recovered has exceeded 88 percent, and the mortality rate, as it has always been, is at a very low level – less than two percent.

Several series of random tests for the presence of antibodies, which is perceived as an indicator of the proportion of those who turned out to be infected, but were not detected, in Korea is also extremely low – only a few out of thousands of tested ones are detected.Experts admit that in order to obtain more objective data, it is necessary to conduct larger-scale tests for antibodies, but the general picture is clear: the South Korean authorities have time to isolate and suppress new foci, and hidden carriers, which without knowing it, can spread COVID-19, provoking new outbreaks , very little. In general, the system is doing well.

True, despite all the efforts of the authorities, it has not yet been possible to achieve a constant decrease in the number of new infections and a complete victory over COVID-19.Every time it seemed that the number of new infections was about to be counted in units, as a result, sooner or later a new outbreak occurred. So it is now: free testing for coronavirus, free treatment in state hospitals, a system for total tracking of all possible contacts of infected people and other measures allow you to contain, once reduce, but do not allow you to fully cope with the coronavirus. Therefore, the South Korean authorities do not relax, considering that the current 300-500 people per day are not a reason to calm down and everything can change for the worse very quickly.

“Minefield” walking

Another problem has to be solved at the same time. Korea has lived in conditions of the coronavirus for over a year, but, as far as can be judged, it is too early to talk about abandoning social distancing measures.

Koreans, who are generally very law-abiding and “conscientious” in an amicable way, are already tired of this situation, when it is impossible to meet normally, communicate, and hold various events. The mask mode of the inhabitants of the Country of Morning Freshness, as far as can be judged, does not bother.Residents of the Asian state even before the coronavirus regularly wore masks, and therefore this innovation within the framework of the “new reality” was given relatively simple and is observed very well.

On the other hand, although Korea has never introduced a total lockdown or completely closed restaurants, the inevitable restrictions on the operation of various establishments are making themselves felt and fatigue from such measures is accumulating. Parents have long been tired of the fact that children cannot learn in a normal way, and lectures on the Internet cannot replace ordinary communication with a teacher.Many are burdened by restrictions that do not allow gathering more than four in one company. This also applies to meetings of relatives if they do not live together. Because of this restriction, on the lunar New Year holiday celebrated in Korea today, many were forced to refuse to meet with relatives living in other regions. And this holiday in Korea is one of the two most important.

The owners of restaurants, bars, karaoke, gyms, fitness clubs, cafes began to regularly organize protests, demanding that the restrictions be lifted.They can also be understood: at best, they work in a limited mode, and many still cannot accept clients. As a result, the small business was covered by a tsunami of bankruptcies, the owners began to threaten to stop paying taxes and defiantly work in spite of the prohibitions, believing that “you will not be fined anyway.”

The government has already spent tens of billions of dollars to help businessmen and others who have suffered from the crisis provoked by the coronavirus, but all losses cannot be compensated.The past 2020 was the worst year for Korea in the period since the economic crisis of 1997-1998, and according to some indicators, the worst in the entire post-war history.

As a result, largely under the pressure of a society tired of restrictions, the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan is trying to gradually weaken restrictions in order to quickly return to the life that is still called “ordinary”, but which seems to have remained in some distant, distant past. True, these efforts by the authorities, and with them the Korean people as a whole, resemble groping through a minefield, where every mistake threatens to turn into another explosion in the form of a new wave of coronavirus.

Not a week goes by without experts and authorities discussing some new steps to ease restrictions. After several weeks of banning the cafes, which could only be sold to take-away, work resumed in “normal mode”, but not yet full day. In the metropolitan area, which accounts for 70-80 percent of all new infections, the penultimate level of social distancing is left – “level 2.5”, but in the rest of the regions the restrictions were recently reduced to “level 2.0”.Therefore, in the capital, cafes, restaurants, gyms and other establishments work until 9 pm, and in the regions you can sit until 22:00. There is still a restriction on gatherings of more than four people, which has forced many to refuse to travel to visit relatives during this New Year’s holidays (according to the Eastern calendar).

Small businesses demand further relaxation of restrictions, pointing out that bankruptcies follow one another. It is possible that tomorrow the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan, which is slowly but succumbing to persuasion, will announce new indulgences.

However, it is not so simple. Experts are well aware that all this resembles a game with fire near a barrel of gasoline. In South Korea, more than 80 people have already been diagnosed with a new strain of coronavirus from the UK and South Africa, which is much more infectious. Everything goes, in fact, until the first major outbreak. Small foci quickly suppress, without resorting to tightening restrictions, but if the statistics of infected people jump up again, then the authorities will have no choice. But in general, slowly, with apprehension, South Korea is gradually moving towards a return to “normal” life.

“Why didn’t we buy the Russian Sputnik V?”

Of course, as in many other countries of the world, in South Korea high hopes are pinned on vaccination, which is about to begin. It will be free for everyone, including foreigners, and at the same time mandatory.

But here the government of the Republic of Kazakhstan has listened and is still listening to a lot of criticism – both deserved and hasty. Attempts by Kazakhstani companies to create their own vaccine have not yet been crowned with success, everything is in the first or second stage of testing.And they are criticized for the fact that the authorities have not yet launched vaccination, while in dozens of other countries it is in full swing.

The South Korean government has secured contracts for the purchase of drugs, which should be enough with a margin for the entire population of the country, but in reality, full-scale vaccination of the majority of the population will start only in July-September of this year.

Against the background of the identified side effects of a number of Western vaccines and delays in the supply of large quantities of drugs in Korea, more and more attention has recently begun to be paid to the Russian drug “Sputnik V”.

We will not hide, the first reports about the creation of a vaccine in the Russian Federation in Korea were received with distrust and were ignored by the authorities. Just a week ago, an official representative of the authorities of the Republic of Kazakhstan clearly stated, answering a relevant question from journalists: “We are not considering the possibility of purchasing a Russian vaccine.” But everything changed literally in a matter of days, prompted by the publication in the authoritative medical journal The Lancet, where it was announced that Sputnik V was almost 92 percent effective.

One got the impression that in recent days the experts, media, TV channels in Korea suddenly “discovered” the Russian vaccine and were impressed by it. As often happens, the journalists immediately bombarded the officials with questions, asking: “Why don’t we buy the Russian Sputnik V? You have little evidence or have you created your own vaccine ?!”

As a result, the same officials who quite recently categorically denied the possibility of purchasing a Russian drug changed their position. Now the official position of Korea is “we are studying the information and do not exclude the possibility of purchasing a vaccine made in the Russian Federation.” It is indicative that many ordinary Koreans often ask the question: “I don’t hear there whether Russia will supply us with Sputnik V?”

So it is possible that a Russian drug will help Koreans in returning to normal life, although, of course, it does not matter who and where made the vaccine, because everyone wants to live “as before” and it makes no difference whose medicine will play a decisive role.As often happens, we only realized how well and free we used to live when we lost many of those opportunities that we took for granted and, frankly, did not really appreciate. Maybe Korea will be the first to return to this “happy past” and then everyone, including Russia, will need the Korean experience of this return.

MMA (Part 15) – Eric Paulson CSW (Combat Submission Wrestling) system) – Striking

There is nothing good in people … You show them kindness – they perceive it as weakness; you show them decency and honor – and they think that you are a simpleton who can be deceived.

Charles Manson

Another training film by Eric Paulson on his system called CSW (Combat Submission Wrestling) system) – Striking (“Striking technique” or more precisely “Methods of practicing striking technique”) Duration: 1 hour 06 minutes

Year of construction: 2007

Section 1 shows focus mitt training.
Section 2 shows Thai pad training.
Section 3 shows Erik’s boxing coach, Marvin Cook, holding mitts for Erik, working the wall drill with Erik, working the heavy bag, and giving tips for footwork, timing, running, rope jumping, and coordination.

The film is also about boxing technique, but it would be interesting to see what is presented in the film. (What, I think, is the disadvantage of the video – with all its obvious advantages, unfortunately, unfortunately, you cannot immediately see the structure, or the table of contents of the film, if it is not presented, you will have to familiarize yourself with the content, view the video itself. usually takes longer.)

The following techniques are considered in the film:

  1. Jab-Cross-Slip Combo – straight left hand – straight right hand – lean to the left – lean to the right – side impact protection – impact protection sideways (this combination is practiced with a partner on his paws)
  2. Jab-Cross-Slip – Get Out – Combo – straight left hand – slope – straight right hand – left hand side kick (excellent boxing defensive-attacking combination )
  3. Stand your Ground – a series of direct strikes – protection of the forearm rests from direct and lateral strikes, and all this while moving in a circle (also on the paws)
  4. Hitting & Evading – series of blows – dive
  5. Close-Quartet-Cover-Hitting – side impact protection by stand – bottom impact – side impact – side impact
  6. Defense-Cover-Drill – protection from side impacts to the body with supports – protection from side impacts to the head with supports – slopes from direct impacts – diving from side impacts to the head
  7. Breack in – Breack out – practicing impacts and their combinations on bags, pears of different sizes , pillows and air
  8. 25 Kicks – 25 side kicks on pillows
  9. 25-50 Knees – knee kicks – on pillows and in completely different ways.
  10. 10-10 Knee Kick / Kick Knee – alternate kicks and knees
  11. Curve Knee – Straight Knee – practicing knee strikes on the opponent’s bottom and side neck
  12. Low Kick – High Kick – alternate high and low impacts on the pillows.
  13. Double Kick Sprawl – striking with feet on pillows alternately with falls to the floor and push-ups.(probably to increase and develop endurance
  14. Double Kick Circle – applying repeated double kicks on the pillows
  15. Calling Out The Numbers – applying several repeated kicks
  16. Opposites – hitting or a series of punches – kick (on the pillows) or several repeated kicks
  17. Punch-Kick-By The Numbers – side kick – punch (or a series of punches) with a hand (there is an interesting feature – this combination (kick-punch) why- This is done almost simultaneously.
  18. Puke Drill – striking a series of punches (with legs or knees) – going into a clinch, with the capture of the opponent by the neck or body and the transition to push-ups.
  19. The Wall Drill – protection against various types of punches while standing with your back to the pear – on the reaction speed.
  20. The Cut Off – practicing keeping a distance – by body movement
  21. Halt Step – practicing maintaining a distance – moving
  22. Push Step – working out movements in substeps
  23. Jump Rope Technique – working out movements
  24. by jumping Running Technique – running technique
  25. Replacement Step – working out speed steps

So, in fact, there was a small list of teaching techniques presented, which, even with pictures, can fit on two or three pages of a regular book.(So, for those who understand the basic technique, special explanations, as a rule, are not needed.)

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