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  • Inspirational Beauty of Gyeonggi-do

    Inspirational Beauty of Gyeonggi-do

    Region : Gyeonggi-do
    Duration : 2 DAYS/1 NIGHT

    Gyeonggi-do is a convenient getaway for Seoulites as well as travelers who are in Korea for a limited time. Although Gyeonggi-do is largely populated as Seoul, the region displays a much wider variety in ecological aspects as well as Korea’s beauty compared to its counterpart.

    Of the many cities in Gyeonggi-do, visitors are especially recommended to visit Paju, Goyang and Gapyeong – the three most popular destinations among international and local travelers. These places will unveil so much more than just tourist sites, including famous drama film locations, romantic places for a stroll, and opportunities to experience cultural exchanges. In addition, amazing photo ops are guaranteed from the list of attractions included in this article.
  • Tour of Busan’s Past and Present

    Tour of Busan’s Past and Present

    Region : Busan
    Duration : 2 DAYS/1 NIGHT

    Busan, Korea’s largest coastal city, is where densely packed skyscrapers and outstanding nightscapes come to mind, but traces of the past are still noticeable at every corner of the city. A closer look at the area reveals old buildings that remain intact and well preserved even to this day. Explore the past and present-day Busan by following the itinerary below.
  • Busan’s Top Attractions!

    Busan’s Top Attractions!

    Region : Busan
    Duration : 3 DAYS/2 NIGHT

    Maritime city Busan is a highly recommended destination for international travelers. The more you get to know about Busan and the more time you spend in this city, Busan’s charm will captivate your heart. Above all, the biggest draw lays in the wide assortment of themed attractions that meet different travelers’ preferences. Themed travels include history and culture, medical tourism, shopping and more. Read on for our recommended 3-day, 2-night itinerary that takes you around this enchanting maritime city, Busan!
  • Time Travel Adventure in Seoul

    Time Travel Adventure in Seoul

    Region : Seoul
    Duration : 2 DAYS/1 NIGHT

    Seoul, capital of Korea, is filled with things to see and enjoy. It is a fascinating city to visit in any season of the year, but you can make your trip even more fulfilling by visiting certain attractions at certain times of the day. The travel course suggested in this article consists of some of the must-visit spots for international visitors traveling in Seoul. Read on to find out more for our recommended two-day itinerary to guide you around Seoul’s most noteworthy attractions from morning to night.
  • Cultural Fun in Suwon & Yongin

    Cultural Fun in Suwon & Yongin

    Region : Gyeonggi-do
    Duration : 2 DAYS/1 NIGHT

    Suwon and Yongin are two popular nearby cities that attract many visitors due to the several fun attractions and cultural heritage sites. Not only can you find historical sites such as the UNESCO World Heritage Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon, the nearby city of Yongin is also home to several theme parks including Everland, Korean Folk Village, and more. Follow this itinerary to enjoy a fulfilling time in Suwon and Yongin!
  • The City of Flavors, Jeonju

    The City of Flavors, Jeonju

    Region : Jeollabuk-do
    Duration : 2 DAYS/1 NIGHT

    The city of Jeonju is located at the north of Jeolla province. A city rich in Korean history and authentic beauty, Jeonju is the best travel destination for international visitors who seek to truly experience Korean tradition and culture through various hands-on activities. In particular, there are about 700 traditional Korean hanok houses at the Jeonju Hanok Village, the city’s major tourist attraction. Within the hanok village, cultural heritage sites such as Gyeonggijeon Shrine, Jeonjuhyanggyo Confucian School and Omokdae can also be found.

    Not only is Jeonju popular for its well-preserved beauty, but the city is also famous for mouthwatering exclusive delicacies. From Jeonju’s high quality food to unique street snacks, have a taste of Korea’s delicacies with our 2-day captivating travel itinerary to Jeonju!

    Tip) Traveling in Jeonju

    If you would like to enjoy a more unique experience, rent a hanbok from any of the hanbok rental stores that can be easily found within Jeonju Hanok Village. In general, a regular hanbok rental costs about 10,000 won for 1 hour 30 minutes. The costumes are also available in a wide assortment of colors and patterns.