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Korea is gearing up to host the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics and with ski resorts spread throughout the country, the number of international tourists coming to enjoy skiing in Korea is steadily increasing.
With top hallyu stars Lee Min-ho and Jeon Ji-hyeon as the main cast, the fantasy romance drama "The Legend of the Blue Sea" has been at the center of attention.
Like all countries, Korea has representative attractions that tourists must see when visiting. Among the attractions are those that are especially loved by international tourists.
Many of us say goodbye to a day of hard work as we watch the sunset, and say hello to another refreshing day as the sun rises.
The air is fresh and it’s still too early to notice a bustling crowd around Exit 10 of Hapjeong Station. With a coffee in one hand and a backpack over the shoulder, boarding a red semi-empty intercity bus is a breeze.
The second largest city in the nation just after Seoul, Busan is a city of delicious foods and modern buildings standing tall beside the beautiful ocean.
Planning the perfect trip can be difficult when inclement weather can come at any time.
The city of Ulsan is skirted by a ridge of mountains offering pristine hiking and impressive views.
Be prepared to be surprised at Starfield Hanam’s high-end spa and sauna facility, Aquafield Jjimjil Spa!
A suburban city located a two-hour drive away from Seoul, Pocheon is a gift of nature. The natural landscape, made up of mountains and lakes, has remained untouched, allowing visitors to take in the scenic beauty.