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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.
Since the relocation of The National Museum of Korea to the area in 2000, Ichon-dong has emerged as a popular attraction for family visitors due to the variety of learning opportunities and pleasant retreats.
One of the best things about winter’s arrival is the chance to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Ski resorts in Korea offer slopes for a variety of skill levels, from absolute beginners to experts.
Every fall, sightseers flock to Korea's beautiful rural destinations to enjoy the fiery colors of autumn. For international tourists, however, traveling to other regions in the autumn season is out of reach.
If the stresses and responsibilities of daily life have you feeling down, plan a trip to Pyeongchang, the host city of the 2018 winter sport events.
When the night is longer than the day, a diversity of lighting festivals open up in the Seoul metropolitan area. With LED lights, these lighting festivals create fantastically bright, romantic atmospheres in the evening.
October 9 of every year holds a very special place in the hearts of Koreans. It is the 570th birthday of hangeul, the native Korean alphabet invented by King Sejong.