Originally Posted by Bosh
Well the instructions don't have a secondary and I don't have anything to put a secondary in, so I guess its 1 week primary, 2 weeks bottles?
No if you don't have a secondary then the best idea is 2-3 weeks primary, 3-4 weeks bottle. After a week in the bottles it should be carbonated and drinkable but will improve with age. A total of 6 weeks from brewing to drinking is a pretty good rule of thumb.
You should pick up a second fermenter with spigot to use as a bottling bucket. Some vinyl food grade tubing is also a good idea. Boil the priming sugar (3/4 cup corn sugar) in a small amount of water and add it to the bottling bucket. Transfer the beer from your primary to the bottling bucket using the tubing to avoid splashing and aerating. Then you can use the spigot on the bottling bucket to fill the bottles.
Poor quality bottles may break when capping or under pressure from the carbonation. If you can get better quality bottles do so. Not sure of the situation in Korea but in the US most mass market beer does not come it bottles well suited to bottling homebrew. We have to look for craft beers or buy new glass.