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.
- Guide to Autumn Festivals (September-November)
- As September rolls around, temperatures start to drop and a collective sigh can be heard across the nation as people everywhere finally feel relief from the summer's suffocating heat.
- Bucket List: Trendiest Spots in Jeju
- While international travel currently isn’t an option, that doesn’t mean you can’t dream, and what better place to dream of visiting than Jeju Island!
- Seoul’s 5 BEST Underground Shopping Malls
- All kinds of inclement weather, from cold winds in winter to sudden downpours during the rainy season in summer, may cause varying levels of inconvenience to enjoying your time in Korea.
- Foods & Attractions MADE for Summer Nights
- In Seoul, a city that never sleeps, you can find fun activities and delicious food no matter how late you’re out and about!
- Explore the Beauty of Namhae & the Korean Archipelago
- Officially called Namhaedo Island, Namhae in Gyeongsangnam-do is the fifth largest island in Korea and just one of the 70-plus islands off the southern coast that make up the Korean archipelago.
- Eat Your Way Through the Summer Heat
- 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.
- Korea’s Refreshing Summer Delight - Bingsu!
- Bingsu (shaved ice with toppings) is a popular snack food found almost everywhere in Korea during the summer months.
UNESCO World Heritages