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Seoul

Seoul has been the capital of Korea for about 600 years, since the time of the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910). Seoul was referred to as 'Han Yang' during the Joseon Dynasty, but after the liberation from Japan, in 1945...
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Busan

As most of us know, there's life outside Seoul. Busan is often an overlooked city, as many flock to Seoul, bright lights, big capital. But ask any Korean and they will tell you - Korea's second largest city Busan is by no means...
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Jeju-do

Situated in a most ideal setting, just 64 kilometers south of the Korean Peninsula is Korea's largest island, Jeju. Jeju is a magical place known for 3 things: roaring winds, magnificent rocks, and women...
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Gyeongju

As the capital of the Silla Kingdom for almost a thousand years, Gyeongju preserves a vast amount of significant and fascinating historical heritages. Along with Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto...
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Gangneung

On the eastern portion of the Korean peninsula, looking over the East Sea lays one of Korea's most well known Tourist destinations, Gangneung. Such cultural treasures as Daegwallyeong and ...
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Chuncheon

The provincial capital city of Gangwon-do Province is nestled in the heart of the famous tourist city of Chuncheon. This city is tucked away in a basin with Uiamho Lake to the west, Chuncheonho Lake and Soyangho Lake to the...
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Jeonju

The culturally abundant city of Jeonju can be found in the middle of the Korean peninsula. This historical city dates back to the Baekje Kingdom. Gyeon Hwon founded the nation after the dissolution of the three kingdoms...
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Suwon

Built by King Jeongjo of the Joseon Era, Hwaseong Fortress is designated Historical Site No.3 by the Korean government. Construction began in January of 1794 and was completed in September of 1796...
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Andong

Andong is the home of Confucianism in Korea. During the Joseon Dynasty, Andong attracted scores of Confucian scholars becoming a pioneering city in Confucian thought. This city also contained the highest number of...
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Mungyeong

Mungyeong (문경) is located halfway between Seoul and Busan, in the central region of the country. It is most well-known for the Mungyeongsaejae Mountain Pass (문경새재), one of the main trade and travel routes of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). ...
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Daegu

Daegu is a metropolitan city in Gyeongsangbuk-do Province (southeastern part of Korea) close to the cities of Gyeongju and Andong. Nestled into a valley with mountains on practically every side, Daegu was once notorious for its sultry summer weather...
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Pyeongchang

The county of Pyeongchang-gun is located in the central region of south Gangwon-do Province, east of Seoul. Of its total land, approximately 65% lies on highlands 700 meters above sea level, an altitude that is said to be ideal for the biorhythm of...
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Incheon

Incheon is the second largest port city in Korea. The Incheon Port is where Korea’s modernization began at the end of the 19th century, when it opened to foreign nations for the first time. Incheon is also home to the world’s top-ranked Incheon...
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