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Busan is the second largest city in Korea and a top vacation destination, picked by many international tourists and repeat visitors.
Immerse yourself in nutrient-rich mud at the Boryeong Mud Festival, one of Korea's most popular summer festivals! The festival takes place on Korea's west coast at Daecheon Beach in Boryeong-si, Chungcheongnam-do, just a few hours south of Seoul.
Step aside, soju! From drinking in front of convenience stores to chimaek, one of Korea’s most popular late-night snacks, beer has made it to the forefront of Korea’s modern drinking culture.
If you’re planning on vacationing in Korea this summer, be sure to check out at least one of the following beach destinations!
Tongyeong, often called the Napoli of Korea, is the center of the marine industry in Korea.
Jeju Island is the perfect place to relax, with a natural environment, delicious local foods, and unique shopping opportunities.
Officially called Namhaedo Island, Namhae in Gyeongsangnam-do is the fifth largest island in Korea. The sea around Namhae is dotted with 76 islands of all sizes, both populated and left to nature, earning the area the name of Dadohae, meaning “sea of islands” in Korean. The entire area was designated Hallyeohaesang National Park and boast...
Enjoy a stress-free, relaxing retreat, no matter which part of Jeju you choose to visit.
The city of Gwangmyeong is a must for any travel itinerary of the metropolitan area. The city is easily accessible via public transit, taking just 15 minutes from Seoul Station to Gwangmyeong Station, and one hour and 20 minutes from Incheon International Airport.
Yeonnam-dong has emerged as the latest hot place in Seoul, a city that is constantly changing and creating new trends.