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If you’re ready to take off the moment your train arrives at Seoul Station, then head out the doors to Seoullo 7017!
A season perfect for walking has returned. With many people out and about, try something different by going on a meaningful walk.
Among Seoul’s numerous attractions, the sites that continually draw in tourists are none other than the four palaces of Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace and Deoksugung Palace, as well as Jongmyo Shrine. At these locations, visitors can easily glimpse the beauty and culture that lasted over 500 years durin...
Summer is a time for fun vacations and outings with family and friends. Wherever one’s destination in Korea may be, check out some of these fascinating summer festivals to help you forget the scorching heat.
Buyeo and Gongju are austere, modest towns, where one can feel the dignity of the Baekje Kingdom (18 BC – AD 660).
Chungcheongnam-do is most famous for its important role as the center of the Baekje kingdom during the Three Kingdoms Period.
Daejeon is a largely unvisited city, despite its metropolitan designation and central location.
Head to the cities of Pohang and Gyeongju in Gyeongsangbuk-do to enjoy a culture-filled trip with lots of time for local treats!
The best way to uncover all Daegu has to offer is by walking its streets and alleys.
Jeonju is one of Korea’s major tourist cities, drawing in both locals and internationals visitors with its charm. The city has plenty to see, from the ever-popular Jeonju Hanok Village to the hidden attractions of Gaengnidan-gil Road and Wansan Park.