Visit UNESCO-designated sites, try hanbok in a royal palace, or take a tour to the DMZ.
There are an endless number of unique things to see and do in Korea.
- Very Merry Christmas in Seoul
- Christmas time is upon us! Celebrated throughout the world in a multitude of ways, Christmas in Korea is as lively and bright as the carols that pour out of shop speakers and the lights that decorate the avenues!
- Embrace the Cold at Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival
- The best region to enjoy winter in Korea is definitely Gangwon-do. When Hwacheoncheon Stream, located in Hwacheon-gun, Gangwon-do freezes in winter, locals and tourists alike flock to the stream, carve out a hole in the ice, and begin ice fishing for sancheoneo (Masou salmon).
- Luxurious Winter at Korea’s Spas & Hot Springs
- Spas and hot springs are popular attractions during winter in Korea as visitors can soak in soothing, warm water. Most adults prefer hotels with spa and massage facilities for a relaxing vacation whereas families seek hot springs with water park facilities to meet the needs of all family members. Pick one of the top recommended hotel spa ...
- Green Retreats to Survive Winter
- Early in November, cold winds begin to blow and people start to bundle up when heading out. By the end of the month, winter has fully arrived. The cold can leave you sluggish and feeling like every step is a Herculean feat.
- Step-by-step Guide to Ski Resorts!
- Ski resorts can be found throughout Korea, the host country of PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games.
- Spend an Exciting Winter at Korea’s Ski Resorts
- One of the best things about winter’s arrival is the chance to enjoy skiing and snowboarding. Ski resorts in Korea offer slopes for a variety of skill levels, from absolute beginners to experts.
- Guide to Winter Festivals (December-February)
- Winter in Korea means plenty of festive gatherings, from Christmas to New Year’s Eve parties. As December comes to an end and the year draws to a close, people gather at sunrise festival locations across Korea to welcome in the first sunrise of the New Year.
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