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You’re about to head home after an amazing time in Korea when the thought strikes you, “What would be the perfect gift to give people?” You’ll want something unique but not too large or expensive.
Jinhae Gunhangje Festival is Korea’s biggest spring festival, attracting at least 2 million visitors every year.
After the cold and colorless winter, spring is a welcome sight. The bright and colorful flowers throughout the country create a stunning view at every turn.
If you are planning to travel solo, read on for our top six recommended places to indulge in the city!
Known among Koreans for its charming mix of modern culture and traditional buildings, Buam-dong has long been kept secret from tourists.
Being a parent means you have to make the hard choices, like saying no to ice cream for breakfast, even when you have a sweet tooth yourself! Thankfully, there are plenty of cafés in Seoul serving sweet yet healthy foods you can gladly say yes to.
With the arrival of spring come beautiful blooming flowers, including cherry blossoms, forsythias, and azaleas.
The vibrant night culture of Seoul serves as the perfect backdrop for hungry travelers to fill their empty stomachs after a full day of exploring.
If the stresses and responsibilities of daily life have you feeling down, plan a trip to Pyeongchang. Your worries will fly away as you take in the pure air and beautiful scenery.
Starting as early as March, the cold winds and freezing temperatures of winter begin to subside as spring draws near.