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.
- Travel to Tongyeong, the Napoli of Asia
- Tongyeong is a well known tourist destination, with romantic coastal views of the sea and many islands. The harbor area is great for exploring the local culture, from mural villages to delicious foods. It’s also a great starting point for heading off on an adventure with ferries traveling to the various islands.
- 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.
- Enjoy the Autumn Night with Rooftop Bars in Seoul
- The summer heat has passed and fall has finally arrived. Rooftop bars are great for enjoying the nights in fall, with various themes and drinks such as beer, cocktails, and wine.
- DMZ, a Symbol of Peace and Culture
- The Demilitarized Zone, more commonly referred to as the DMZ, was set up and agreed upon during the armistice agreement. Roughly 20 years later in the 1970s, North and South Korea met again and agreed on the continuation of the DMZ, effectively protecting the area from human contact for over 40 years.
- Day-trip around Busan by Subway
- A city of beautiful beaches, glamorous night scenes, and modern history, Busan is extremely popular as a vacation destination among locals and international visitors alike.
- Hallyu Stars’ Favorite Restaurants Uncovered!
- It’s only natural to want to know everything about someone you adore, and fans' admiration for their favorite celebrities is not any different.
- Korea’s Beautiful Script, Hangeul
- October 9 of every year holds a very special place in the hearts of Koreans; it is the birthday of Hangeul, the native Korean alphabet.
UNESCO World Heritages