Let's say airfare and housing/food is cheap over there (it's sufficient and the place is decent if not the best, the main point is to experience the culture and people). Which country would you travel to?
I would go to South Korea.
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Spain or Malaysia,
Spain cause I love the country and the people a lot, and I find the food really nice, they also have a lot of nice sites to visit.
Malaysia because thats where my best friend lives and the weather is super warm all the time and they have pretty beaches and super cheap amazing food. 😍 I've been to Kuala Lumpur and one of the small islands but there's like so much more to explore.
I have already been to both countries but I would so visit again.
I might say Japan as well though, to be fair there's just so many places I wanna visit. I think a 3 month South & East Asia tour would sound pretty good, Bali -> Malaysia -> Thailand -> Cambodia -> Japan -> South Korea0
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There are a lot of countries I would like to live in for three months. Here in Europe, I would probably choose the Netherlands or one of the Nordic countries. Outside of Europe, I would like to visit a part of the world that I have never been to yet. These are central Asia, Africa and South America. My first choice would be a less touristy country in South America, such as Uruguay. I think that would be great fun and very interesting.
I would also like to explore China. However, contrary to most people, I'm more interested in the rural, western part of the country where the rather poor people live. Big cities are less interesting because they look similar all around the world.
I have lived in South Korea for a year, together with my Korean girlfriend. If you ever make it to Korea, make sure to also visit the countryside. Tons of foreigners in Korea make the mistake of only staying in Seoul for years and never exploring the rest of the country. That's especially sad because capital cities don't always represent their country very well (London for instance is not a very good representation of England). South Korea has some really charming and beautiful places down in Jeolla-do or in the northeast in the province Gangwon-do or of course on Jeju. If my girlfriend and I ever decide to live in Korea for a longer period of time (5-6 years) with our future children, I will want to live down south in a small town. Seoul can be lots of fun but it's also an extremely hectic city.1