Friday Live: The Weird and Wonderful Superstitions we’ve Encountered in Asia

In the West, we sure have our fair share of wacky superstitions. You often won’t find a ward 13 in hospitals or a row 13 on a flight. You’ll catch yourself fretting if you’ve had to walk under a ladder or if a black cat crossed your path on your way home one night. They make little sense, so imagine all the weird ones you’ll encounter while teaching abroad!

Today in Friday Live, (because of Friday the 13th) we take a look at all the unusual superstitions we’ve encountered from Vietnam to Thailand to South Korea.




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About Nick Paul

Nick is the Marketing Manager for Travelbud and has had a long history in the travel industry working in student travel and even a big multinational online travel agency.

He regularly presents at travel conferences and has spent a great deal of time traveling the world from the US to Europe, Africa and most recently South East Asia.

Nick is super passionate about travel and his best travel memories include his recent trip to Vietnam, Thailand and South Korea to meet face-to-face with some of TravelBud’s teachers.

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