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.
- Spring Festivals 2017 (March - May)
- Starting as early as March, the cold winds and freezing temperatures of winter begin to subside as spring draws near.
- Fun Year-round Theme Park, Lotte World!
- Lotte World, one of the must-go places when you are in Seoul! There are both an indoor (Adventure Park) and outdoor (Magic Island) section and the biggest attraction of this amusement park lies in the fact that it is geographically located in Seoul, easily accessible via public transportations!
- A Must-see Landmark of Seoul, Namsan Seoul Tower
- From Big Ben to the Statue of Liberty to the Sydney Opera House, nations across the world are dotted with iconic architecture that have become synonymous with their city and Korea is no different.
- Michelin Guide to Korean Dining! Bib Gourmand Edition
- Michelin Guide is renowned for selecting the best restaurants across the globe. Starred restaurants tend to receive more news, but the prices can be daunting.
- Fall in Love at the TOP 5 Chocolate Dessert Cafés
- February is the month of the most romantic day of the year – Valentine’s Day! Celebrated by lovers all over the world, in Korea, it is a day when a woman expresses her feelings to her beloved with chocolates.
- Meet Spring Year-round in Greenhouse Botanical Gardens
- There are places in Korea where you can enjoy the refreshing feeling of spring year-round. To escape the freezing temperatures and snow of winter, or the rain that may come throughout the year, immerse yourself in the ever-green light of Korea’s greenhouse botanical gardens.
- Jeongwol Daeboreum Celebrations and the Best Places to View the Full Moon
- Jeongwol Daeboreum refers to the first full moon of the Lunar New Year, which falls on the 15th day of the lunar calendar.
UNESCO World Heritages