Gyeongju was the capital of Korea’s ancient Silla Kingdom, which lasted for almost 1,000 years.
Korea is gifted with autumn beauty in every region, but Seoul displays unique sceneries that cannot be seen elsewhere.
Korea is known for its prestigious mountain temples and monasteries called “sansa.” Koreans from the past believed that mountains embodied holy energy that governed over the country, which led to the construction of temples and pagodas to pray for the country’s prosperity.
In a mountainous country like Korea, it’s no wonder that hiking is a popular activity among residents even in the sprawling metropolis of Seoul!
Korea’s second largest city, Busan is a coastal city full of charms. The nightscape in particular is outstanding.
Incheon became the first “international city” of the Joseon dynasty when it opened its port to foreigners in the late 19th century.
Discover the most beautiful nighttime attractions on a “Starry Night in Busan.”
Suwon, easily accessible from Seoul via public transportation, is a great choice for a day-trip! The city offers just the right amount of modern life with traditional attractions like Hwaseong Fortress and the temporary palace.
Korea’s western coast features many beautiful natural attractions, ecological experiences, and tasty foods, all waiting for you to dig in!