South Korea Has Legalised Weed, Indeed, Now I see on the photo

South Korea already became the pioneering country in South East Asia allowing medical use of cannabis, that was about 1 year ago. The other country was Thailand, and both practically did in the same moment, considering that one or two months are one second when it comes to political decisions. However, the historic record suggests Thai is the first while Korea is the second.

Thailand behaves rather enthusiastic about medical weed, promising a plant in every family to let the whole Thailand gain from weed tourists, every family and every person, hm, okay. Everyone heard about Golden Triangle, so there should not be a problem neither with technology nore supply, and many heard you can buy even shrooms in bars in Samui over the counter, while at the same time it’s a death penalty for such it demonstrates the attitude. And < this is not a guide, neither advice, and all information is nothing but opinion, and it can be inaccurate or outdated; briefly: this is a private blog, and you waive us, you are the one responsible for your decisions exclusively; I also believe in dragons and a world snake, but we all choose our beliefs on our own, alright? otherwise leave this page imeddiatelly and forget everything but our homepage url )) > I have just read it somewhere in ggl some time ago. Anyway, Thai ppl look like they do welcome marijuana, and express plainly the certain commercial expectations, and officially we speak about the medical use. Cannabis is good for treating practically any malfunction of a body, like diarrhea, for example – so why not prescribe a spliff if a street food in some night market of Bangkok was not good for you just once (honestly they offer a very high quality of food in those night markets, all is very clean and tasty, better than in Europe, I swear, especially in Bangkok, but shit happens however). No-no, I’m serious, all travellers and digital nomads know this is the issue you at least once can meet in Asia sooner or later…

Seoul, Insandong, Tourist stuff street market

This is the “address” where the funny guys from the picture live – in Insadong, the street market in Seoul, a very touristic attraction, half an hour walk from Koreana Hotel or City Hall, and it’s minutes in taxi (the cheapest and the BEST metropolitan taxi in the world!). A must see place anyway, no doubt. Look at their happy faces, isn’t it sweet, aren’t they telling us the weed is legal in Korea?! Yuppi! I love South Korea, I was living there for long, I’m happy our brothers in Korea have now a medical use, not yet implemented, still medical, but already legal.

That was a joke about Insadong, no weed I found there, and I would never try neither recommend to any one to search. It’s fuck dangerous and it’s fuck stupid, it’s not supported by society, you can enjoy Korea by other thousand ways and the place is marvellous and you’ll be high from it without any dope, 100% guarantee!. Keep in mind that the recreational use is not legal in South Korea and, sources say, just very similar to Emirates Korean ppl also think the thc in a body is the same level of offence as if a kilo in a backpack, read: traficking. We shall wait, np.

Enjoy the photo, it’s nice !! ; ) )

Thailand Gov’t Speeds-up Pioneering Marijuana legal market of South East Asia

We have reported before about South Korea and Thailand pioneering marijuana legal market in South East Asia by making the medical use legal. Quite a strong record in history for a country, and how many people love Thailand so many people ask now – what is going to happen next, and the Thailand Government responds now to us:

Prime Minister of Thailand, and the former military government leader, Prayut Chan O Cha has stated recently, few days ago, about the country’s policy for cannabis and especially for the revenues and other opportunities it is promising for Thai people: “The study and technological development of marijuana, hemp, and other medicinal herbs should be sped up for the medical industry to create economic opportunity and income for the people”.

Public health minister, following Mr. Chan O Cha’s lead, has confirmed the priority goal to involve all Thais into cannabis cultivation business to make money from herb and medical marijuana, including that from medical tourism (but not limited to it, of course).

Sources say the marijuana market in Asia may reach $8.4 billion by end of 2024, for sake of comparison Canadian marijuana market is expected to be at $6.6 billion by pretty same milestone: other sources state so. And this is a block of regards and thankyou’es, hahaha, and we feel grateful for the head image of General Chan-O-Cha, which is withdrawn from wikipedia over here .