Guide to South Korea for travelers
Today I’d like to talk about evil spirits, or rather the people who are here in Korea has made communication with all sorts of otherworldly forces, the source of its existence.
I must say that they not only exist in Korea. And now in Russia, many turn to expensive services of sorcerers, witch doctors, specialists (if the word specialist is applicable here) on removing the damage. Poizyskannee to the public is in Russia the crowd of psychics, all sorts of the followers of Castaneda and Co.
However, not to digress, tonight is not about Russia, and Korea. By and large, be called superstitious Koreans did not. Here, perhaps, played a role three factors. First, Korea is now in General — a very educated country. Secondly, Korea — it’s a Christian country, and serious Christianity (forget about Russia) is incompatible with superstition. Thirdly, Korea — prosperous and stable country, but waves of interest into all hell is always accompanied by social crises. Nevertheless, some superstitions exist in Korea, which means that there are people who have made them their profession.
The role of Russian sorcerers and psychics in Korea for several millennia, the shamans perform. Shamanism for a long time was, along with Buddhism and Confucianism, Continue reading
Supported by Sony’s Japanese ISP So-net Entertainment began offering today in Japan home access to the Internet at speeds up to 2 Gbit/sec. In So-net say that their offer is the fastest home Internet in the world. According to the company, the new Nuro service is now available in Tokyo and six surrounding prefectures. It is aimed at home users, small business and restaurants.
The use of Nuro will cost users in the local 4980 yen per month (51 per dollar) when signing a 2-year contract. The company also reports that ensures the download speed up to 2 Gbit/sec, but upload speed will not exceed 1 Gbps.
The company said that along with the contract the user receives a special optical receiver that enables to work with such high Internet speeds. Specialized optical node connects directly to fiber optic cable and converts the signals from optical to electronic, transferring it to a router or directly into a computer. Note that although the provider is obligated to give the customer a bar at 2 Gbit/sec, almost none of the Internet hosts is not transferring data at that speed, and modern consumer-level routers do not support speeds above 1 Gbit/sec per port.