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The Yeon Deung Hoe (Lotus Lantern Festival) is an annual event that colors Korea with bright lanterns in celebration of the birth of Buddha.
Lotte World is one of the must-go places when you are in Seoul! Known to be one of the world’s largest indoor amusement parks, Lotte World features both indoor and outdoor facilities, referred to as Adventure Park and Magic Island respectively.
“Kingdom,” an original Korean Netflix series, has it all! The first ever zombie-themed historical Korean drama, it quickly rose to popularity for its unique take on what could be considered a “dated” theme.
Dongdaemun is a top attraction that is constantly crowded with international visitors! Tourists who visit this area typically only spend an hour or two here, but there are so many things to do or see that you may even spend an entire day exploring.
Everland is Korea's representative theme park, offering up attractions galore along with a variety of animals, a mix of an amusement park and zoo.
From Big Ben to the Statue of Liberty to the Sydney Opera House, cities across the world are dotted with iconic architecture that has become synonymous with their city and Korea is no different.
Check out these trendy roads wherever they fit into your travel itinerary. Just be sure to NOT post them on social media; you’ll want to keep these places all to yourself!
Tourists walking around the Gangnam area will easily notice a single building standing taller than the rest; this silver monolith is none other than Lotte World Tower.
Spring has fully arrived, with warm sunlight and cool breezes! What could be better than having a picnic in the park?
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.