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 Traditional Culture: Sibijisin Story
- 2017 is the “Year of the Rooster,” following the Oriental zodiac. The rooster is the tenth in the group of twelve animal guardian deities collectively known as the Sibijisin, which literally means "Twelve (sibi) Gods of the Earth (jisin)." The animals of the Sibijisin in order are the mouse, ox, tiger, rabbit, dragon, snake, horse, sheep,...
- Celebrating Seollal in Korea: Glimpse of local New Year’s customs
- Seollal (Lunar New Year; first day of the lunar calendar) is one of the most celebrated national holidays in Korea.
- Host City of the 2018 Winter Olympics, Pyeongchang
- If the stresses and responsibilities of daily life have you feeling down, plan a trip to Pyeongchang, the host city of the 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games.
- Beginners’ Guide to: Skiing in Korea
- Korea is gearing up to host the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics and with ski resorts spread throughout the country, the number of international tourists coming to enjoy skiing in Korea is steadily increasing.
- “The Legend of the Blue Sea” Filming Sites Uncovered!
- With top hallyu stars Lee Min-ho and Jeon Ji-hyeon as the main cast, the fantasy romance drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea" has been at the center of attention.
- Enjoy Winter to the Fullest! Ice Skating and Sledding in Korea
- Winter has arrived in Korea, and with it comes frequent forecasts of snow and freezing nighttime temperatures that make it is easy to see why people tend to spend more time indoors.
- TOP 10 Most Popular Korean Attractions of 2016
- Like all countries, Korea has representative attractions that tourists must see when visiting. Among the attractions are those that are especially loved by international tourists.
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