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When Christmas season comes around in Korea, festive lights adorn the streets and Christmas carols fill the air.
Spas and hot springs are popular attractions during winter in Korea as visitors can soak in soothing, warm water. Most adults prefer hotels with spa and massage facilities for a relaxing vacation whereas families seek hot springs with water park facilities to meet the needs of all family members. Pick one of the top recommended hotel spa ...
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.
Myeong-dong – one of the most visited regions by international tourists in Seoul! Several restaurants can be found within the alleys, ready to serve the many people who flock to the area.
Every November, the expansive field of reeds at Suncheonman Bay takes on a golden hue. Suncheonman Bay Wetland Reserve is home to the largest colony of reeds in Korea
The best region to enjoy winter is Korea is definitely Gangwon-do. When Hwacheoncheon Stream, located in Hwacheon-gun, Gangwon-do freezes in winter, locals and tourists alike flock to the stream, carve out a hole in the ice, and begin ice fishing for sancheoneo (Masou salmon).
Winter is approaching, and with it comes snow and ice! Korea's winter offers plenty of activities and opportunities to indulge in winter fun, namely ice skating and sledding! Ice skating and sledding are the most affordable and easily accessible winter leisure activities loved by people of all ages.
Winter in Korea means plenty of festive gatherings, from Christmas to New Year’s Eve parties. As December comes to an end and the year draws to a close, people gather at sunrise festival locations across Korea to welcome in the first sunrise of the New Year.
There is no shortage of wonderful places in Korea, but perhaps none quite as naturally beautiful and pure as Pyeongchang.
You can enjoy Korea’s beautiful nature and an exciting activity all in one! Railbiking is a popular leisure sport that uses bikes and railroads specially built for sightseeing.