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.
- Escape the Heat with Korea’s Refreshing Summer Foods
- Summer in Korea is in full force by mid-June, bringing with it muggy weather and bouts of heavy rain. As temperatures rise, people try to escape the heat by heading to the beach, the swimming pool, or air-conditioned cafes and malls.
- Explore Ikseon-dong, a Hidden Treasure in the Bustling City
- Ikseon-dong is gaining attention as a new attraction in Seoul. Despite being in one of the oldest neighborhoods in the center of Seoul, the more well-known attractions of Jonggak, Myeong-dong, Dongdaemun, and Gwanghwamun outshone Ikseon-dong.
- Hangang, a Vacation Spot in the City!
- While Paris has the Seine River and London has the Thames, Seoul’s representative river is none other than the Hangang River.
- 10 Summer Beach Destinations
- If you’re planning on vacationing in Korea this summer, be sure to check out at least one of the following beach destinations!
- Set Off to Gwangmyeong for a Refreshing Cave Tour!
- The city of Gwangmyeong is a must for any travel itinerary of the metropolitan area. The city is easily accessible via public transit, taking just 15 minutes from Seoul Station to Gwangmyeong Station, and one hour and 20 minutes from Incheon International Airport.
- 5 BEST Summer Vacation Spots in the City
- As temperatures soar, people dream of enjoying a relaxing vacation but dread traveling far to enjoy it.
- Guidebook to Korea’s Summer Festivals
- Summer is a time for fun vacations and outings with family and friends. Wherever one’s destination in Korea may be, check out some of these fascinating summer festivals to help you forget the scorching heat.
UNESCO World Heritages