Girl Points Out 10 Things In Korean Households That Are Made To Make Life Easier And More Comfortable

No wonder ‘home sweet home’ is such a popular saying for many reasons. Home is somewhere where we feel comfortable and always strive to improve it. We constantly add new appliances, keep up with trends that make our domestic life as easy and enjoyable as possible. Thanks to TikTok we have an opportunity to take a glimpse into how other people live and what do their apartment look like and what features they have.

A Korean born Ava Lee, that goes under @glowwithava, shared videos that in no time became viral, showing ‘things in a Korean household that just makes sense’. And as you will learn from it, Koreans somehow know how to make their households even ‘sweeter’ by installing random details to assist with daily life.

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Ava Lee decided to share videos showing random things in Korean apartments that are pretty thoughtful

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Ava Lee, who was born in Korea, was raised in China and attended an international school, filmed and shared videos that show what things you can find in Korean household that are quite random, but totally makes sense. The videos received plenty of curiosity, praise and, and even some criticism. The first video starts with a whole sliding table across the entire kitchen a it’s to so that you can do everything you need. This way the table can easily change the position in a tiny space without causing too much trouble to move it around. Ava then shows that windows are fitted with a sturdy mesh, which as she explains, still allow cool fresh air to come in but you can’t actually stick your hand outside. It’s supposingly to prevent suicide attempts and people throwing trash.

The tiny kitchen is equipped with a practical sliding table

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Then Ava proceeds to the bathroom and explains, that Koreans have bidet installed in the actual toilet seat. According to her it’s so much more hygienic and apparently it even helped to maintain the pandemic numbers slightly low in Korea. The bidet comes with a small control panel that has all the different functions to choose from.

The windows are celeverly fitted for safety reasons, but still let fresh air in

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Some apartments come with bidets installed in the toilet

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The video also has a part explaining the automated door lock system. It allows some Koreans not carries keys and access the entrances with passwords as the electronic device is inbuilt to the door lock. Ava also pointed out that unlike in NYC no matter how small the apartment is in Korea is, it prioritises having a laundry machine rather than a dishwasher.

Electronic door locks come in handy if carrying keys is too annoying

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If there is one preferred appliance in Korean household then washing machine is the winner

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In her other video, Ava introduces another Korean household that comes equipped with nothing else but an electronic massage chair – “to give yourself a full body massage every single day is what makes Koreans so happy all the time” she explains. The apartment also has two refrigerators to store the food in as one is actually for kimchi and the other is for all of the regular food.
This apartment has an extra door by the entrance by the entrance to shut out all the shoe odour and Ava says “keep all the positive energy inside.”

“To give yourself a full body massage every single day is what makes Koreans so happy all the time”

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Ava shows two fridges for different things to make sure products are kept fresh

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‘We Koreans love todo laundry and to stay clean’ so there is double unit fitted with washer and dryer which seems to be located in a separate laundry room.
And finally it ends with a shot of a dinner table and Ava highliting that “Koreans take family meals very seriously and prepare every meal as if they were having guests over all the time.”

Extra door separating entrance with the apartment where the shoes are left

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Some apartments even have large size washing machine and dryers

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And a reminder that koreans take their family meals so seriously that they take care of it as expecting guests every time

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The comments that the article received were full of surprise and many people agreed that there were dome ingenious details to maximise the living space and function. However, some people were commenting that these apartments are for people who have money. A Korean user said he is not approving this, and a person who lived in Seoul last year called out that most places don’t come with bidets and actually don’t have dryers.

Here is the full video by @glowwithava about random but really functional and purposeful things in apartments in Korea

@glowwithavaI’d trade laundry in unit over dishwasher any day ##avainseoul ##koreanthings ##koreanlife ##koreanhouse ##bidet♬ original sound – AVA

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And here are some comments loving the functional and clever Korean households and some doubting and explaining that actually not all of the places are so well equipped



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