• Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond (Gyeongju)visual Image : 1st

  • Sanbangsan Mountain (Jeju)visual Image : 2st

  • Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) (Seoul)visual Image : 3rd

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Travel Highlights

  • Beauty Year-round in Bright Pyeongchang

    Beauty Year-round in Bright Pyeongchang
    If the stresses and responsibilities of daily life have you feeling down, plan a trip to Pyeongchang, the host city of the 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Winter Games. Pyeongchang offers wonderful outdoor activities year round, but the best time to visit is in winter, when the mountains are blanketed in snow.
  • Celebrating Seollal in Korea: Glimpse of local New Year’s customs

    Celebrating Seollal in Korea: Glimpse of local New Year’s customs
    Seollal (Lunar New Year; January 1 of the lunar calendar) is one of the most celebrated national holidays in Korea. While many observe Sinjeong (Solar New Year; January 1 of the Gregorian/Western calendar), most Koreans celebrate Seollal, which usually lasts for three days (the day of, the day before, and the day after).
  • A must-see landmark of Seoul, N Seoul Tower

    A must-see landmark of Seoul, N Seoul Tower
    Rising up from the summit of Namsan Mountain (262m) is a beloved city landmark that has come to represent the city itself: N Seoul Tower (236m). Upon completion of construction in 1975 and since then, the tower has been a favorite attraction for both locals and international visitors.
  • A Delicious Late Night Excursion in Seoul

    A Delicious Late Night Excursion in Seoul
    Embarking on a delicious excursion is one of the many activities every traveler will come to encounter in Korea. The foods eaten will lead you to break into a reminiscent smile long after you return home. In particular, exploring Seoul late at night feels entirely different compared to traveling during daylight, as the city offers an interesting nightscape for all, bustling with interesting sights and things to experience.
  • Ice Skating and Sledding in Korea

    Ice Skating and Sledding in Korea
    Winter has arrived in Korea, and with it comes frequent forecasts of snow and freezing nighttime temperatures that make it is easy to see why people tend to spend more time indoors. However, Korea's winter offers plenty of activities and chances for you to indulge in exercises only available during the season. Ice skating and sledding are two of the most popular and affordable winter leisure activities and are loved by people of all ages.

Travel News

  • Immediate tax refund benefit upon purchase

    Immediate tax refund benefit upon purchase
    Starting from January 1, 2016, foreign tourists are eligible for immediate tax refunds when purchasing goods at non-duty free shops.
  • K-Travel Bus, 1 + 1 Ticket Event

    K-Travel Bus, 1 + 1 Ticket Event
    Tourists planning to visit Korea in February are in luck! To celebrate the beginning of “2016-2018 Visit Korea Year” and Korea Grand Sale, a foreigner-exclusive travel bus is in operation.
  • Palaces and Royal Tombs Free During Seollal

    Palaces and Royal Tombs Free During Seollal
    In celebration of Korea’s largest holiday, Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day), various cultural heritage sites will be open for free to all guests.
  • Extended Transit Hours for 2016 Seollal Holiday

    Extended Transit Hours for 2016 Seollal Holiday
    Public transportation in Seoul will operate on extended hours during the Seollal holiday period.
  • Unhyeongung New Year’s Festival starting Feb 5

    Unhyeongung New Year’s Festival starting Feb 5
    To celebrate the Seollal (Lunar New Year) holiday and wish for a year full of luck, Unhyeongung Royal Residence will be holding a New Year’s Festival February 5-9.

Region Search

  • SEOULThe capital and heart of Korea’s culture, education, politics and economy, Seoul offers a myriad of attractions for all to enjoy.
  • GYEONGJUThe capital of the Silla Kingdom (57 BC-935 AD), Gyeongju is especially well known for UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites.
  • JEJUJeju is a premier tourist destination, boasting mild weather and scenic beauties of beaches, waterfalls, cliffs and caves.
  • BUSANKorea’s largest port city, visitors flock to Busan each year to relax on the beach or attend events, like Busan International Film Festival.
  • PYEONGCHANGNestled amidst beautiful mountains, Pyeongchang is perfect for winter sports and will host the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
  • Ullengdo Island/Dokdo Island 
  • SEOULThe capital and heart of Korea’s culture, education, politics and economy, Seoul offers a myriad of attractions for all to enjoy.
  • GYEONGJUThe capital of the Silla Kingdom (57 BC-935 AD), Gyeongju is especially well known for UNESCO World Cultural Heritage sites.
  • JEJUJeju is a premier tourist destination, boasting mild weather and scenic beauties of beaches, waterfalls, cliffs and caves.
  • BUSANKorea’s largest port city, visitors flock to Busan each year to relax on the beach or attend events, like Busan International Film Festival.
  • PYEONGCHANGNestled amidst beautiful mountains, Pyeongchang is perfect for winter sports and will host the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
  • Ullengdo Island/Dokdo Island