Visit UNESCO-designated sites, try hanbok in a royal palace, or take a tour to the DMZ.
There are an endless number of unique things to see and do in Korea.
- Korea’s Beautiful Script, Hangeul
- October 9 of every year holds a very special place in the hearts of Koreans. It is the 570th birthday of hangeul, the native Korean alphabet invented by King Sejong.
- Korea’s BEST 5 Fall Foliage Sites
- Cool temperatures and colors change from the vibrant greens of summer to a rich palette of red, orange and yellow, signaling the arrival of autumn.
- Celebrating Chuseok with Signature Foods
- Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Day, is a symbol of the richness of Korea.
- 2017 Autumn Festivals in Korea
- As September rolls around, temperatures start to drop and a collective sigh can be heard across the nation as people everywhere finally feel relief from the summer's suffocating heat.
- Traditional Korean Holiday of Bountiful Harvest, Chuseok
- Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Day, is one of the biggest and most important holidays in Korea.
- Set Off to Gwangmyeong for a Refreshing Cave Tour!
- The city of Gwangmyeong is a must for any travel itinerary of the metropolitan area. The city is easily accessible via public transit, taking just 15 minutes from Seoul Station to Gwangmyeong Station, and one hour and 20 minutes from Incheon International Airport.
- A Shopping Paradise under your Feet, Seoul’s Top Underground Shopping Malls
- Korea’s four distinctive seasons, with cold winds in winter or the sudden downpours during the rainy season in summer may cause varying levels of inconvenience in having a pleasant shopping experience in Korea.
UNESCO World Heritages