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Seoul is Korea’s foremost city, where the history of the 500-year old Joseon Kingdom and modern cutting edge technology coexist. Explore Jongno and Gwanghwamun, the heart of Seoul; Hongdae, the home ground for indie bands and flea markets; Gangnam, a futuristic yet stylish metropolis; Dongdaemun and Myeong-dong, Seoul’s major shopping districts.
Busan is well-renown for its sight of Haeundae Beach against the high-rise buildings. The city also offers a captivating evening scenery that brings bright building lights and night beaches into harmony. The coastal vibe fills the atmosphere with trains running along the seaside, hustle-and-bustle of traditional markets, and filming locations found all over the city.
Located in proximity to Seoul, attractions in Incheon, the gateway to Korea, and Gyeonggi-do are excellent day trip destinations with much to show and offer. Discover Gyeonggi-do by visiting DMZ tourist attractions in Paju, Everland in Yongin, and Hwaseong Fortress in Suwon, as well as Korea’s UNESCO Heritages, mudflats, and Instagrammable cafés.
Gangwon-do is blessed with peaceful vacation spots such as Nami Island in Chuncheon, beautiful beaches in Gangneung, and a wide open ranch in Pyeongchang. In addition to refreshing beaches, Gangwon-do is also home to prestigious mountains and a haven for leisure sports like surfing, kayaking, skiing, and hiking.
Chungcheong-do is in the central region of Korea, represented by cities like Gongju, known for many historical sites, and Danyang with its mysterious caves. It’s a perfect destination to relax and enjoy the peaceful scenery of the sunset on the west coast and inland lakes. The region also offers diverse fun activities such as making traditional Korean liquor and the Boryeong Mud Festival.
Gyeongsang-do consists of attractive destinations like Gyeongju and Andong, where Korea’s traditions live on, as well as the magnificent sceneries of the south coast and the charming islands of Tongyeong and Geoje. Gyeongju is particularly recognized for its traditional buildings that blend in beautifully with cherry blossom trees in spring. It’s a must-visit attraction for travelers seeking to enjoy Korea’s traditional culture to the fullest.
Jeolla-do is represented by Jeonju, the home of hanok and bibimbap; Yeosu, the city of a beautiful evening ocean; and Suncheon, an ecological treasure trove. Jeolla-do has earned its reputation as Korea’s best gourmet city due to its fresh seafood, local agriculture cultivated from fertile land, and the heartwarming generosity particular to the southern regions. The remarkable charms of the southern archipelagos and Jirisan Mountain are also not to be missed.
Jeju-do is a volcanic island and the southernmost land of the Korean peninsula dotted with UNESCO heritage sites. The island’s emerald beaches and fabulous coastlines, fascinating coastal cliffs and prestigious forests that are thousands of years old, luxurious beach resorts, and the year-round beauty of Hallasan Mountain all add up to make Jeju a perfect vacation destination.
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