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.
- Romantic Cherry Blossom Trip to Jinhae Gunhangje Festival
- Jinhae Gunhangje Festival is Korea’s biggest spring festival, attracting at least 2 million visitors every year.
- Spring Blossom Roads in Seoul
- Korea begins to change in color as cherry blossoms, forsythias, and other flowers bloom with spring’s arrival and as a capital city of Korea, Seoul is no exception.
- Korea’s Best Springtime Destinations
- After the cold and colorless winter, spring is a welcome sight. The various bright and colorful flowers throughout the country create a stunning view at every turn.
- Guilt-free Organic Desserts in Korea
- Not all desserts are calorie bombs that leave you with a massive feeling of guilt. With the awareness of a healthy diet growing in Korea, organic desserts are becoming a trend for people who can’t give up on their sweet tooth but prefer a healthier option at the same time.
- Spring Festivals 2018 (March - May)
- Starting as early as March, the cold winds and freezing temperatures of winter begin to subside as spring draws near.
- Team Korea House of PyeongChang 2018
- The Korea Tourism Promotion Hall is operating on the first floor of Team Korea House, also simply referred to as Korea House, within Gangneung Olympic Park during the Winter Olympic Games & Paralympics 2018 PyeongChang periods.
- Enjoy Cultural Arts in Seoul!
- For fans of performance and visual arts, here is an all-in-one guide to the representative cultural art centers in Seoul!
UNESCO World Heritages