With a name meaning “beautiful waters,” it’s no wonder that Yeosu is a top travel destination among Koreans.
Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Day, is a time to share the bounty of Korea.
There is a Korean saying that “food is medicine,” meaning eating good food is a great way to maintain good health.
Chuseok, Korean Thanksgiving Day, is one of the biggest and most important holidays in Korea.
Nothing can top the peace you’ll feel relaxing in the heart of a mountain valley or before a cooling waterfall.
For a traveling bookworm, being surrounded by books is enough to make one happy, even if you can’t understand the language they are written in.
When the summer heat gets too much, it’s natural to long for a vacation by the sea, or perhaps next to a cool stream in a shaded valley.
You can easily escape the stifling city by hopping on the Gyeongui-Jungang Line of the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system and heading to Yangpyeong and Namyangju.
We’ve done the research for you and picked out some of the most unique bingsu to try out this summer!