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Songdo embodies the future of Incheon. Built on reclaimed land, Songdo offers a number of attractions. A trip to Songdo can start at Central Park, a natural oasis in the city.
In just an hour's drive from Seoul to the northwest lies the city of Paju, which is home to this beautiful culture town, a place packed with artistic and creative restaurants, dozens of coffee shops, and stylish stores attracting visitors of all ages.
Walking through Jeonju Hanok Village, a quaint and peaceful breeze sings in tune with the punggyeong bells as the warm sunlight gently taps on your shoulders.
Every year there are thousands of tourists who choose to visit one of Korea’s many beautiful Buddhist temples; the most common response is a sense of inner peace gained from spending a meaningful time.
Daegu is one of the major metropolitan cities of Korea. Though the city has many draws, it is primarily known for its textile and fashion industry and as a city of Oriental medicine and medical tourism.
Spring in Korea is the season of flowers, mild weather, and plenty of unique and interesting festivals.
In April, the month of cherry blossoms and other vibrant flowers, what could be a better activity than a picnic in the park? Seoul and cities in the metropolitan area are dotted with pretty parks, perfect for spending a day out.
The Lotus Lantern Festival is an annual event that takes place in Korea and colors every nook and cranny with brightly decorated lotus lanterns.
Want to have a special memory while traveling in Korea? Beyond simply watching actors performing on stage, audiences can actively engage with the performers in a direct interaction including playing games or eating food.
The one item tourists use the most when traveling? The answer is money, of course! Korean currency can be largely divided into four coins and four bills, with denominations of 10 won, 50 won, 100 won, 500 won and 1,000 won, 5,000 won, 10,000 won, 50,000 won, respectively.