Where Should You Visit in Korea?
Pretty beaches, horrific mountain tops or crazy skyscraper night views? Where should you head next? Shall we see?
We are all animals. Which one are you?
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What kind of packer are you?
I bring only the essentials.
Always carrying more than I actually need.
Better have too little than too much.
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It's holiday time. Where are you?
Exploring for knowledge
Trying out new things
Beach time. Shhh...
Chilling by the pool
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What is your favorite season?
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The best thing about traveling is...?
Trying out new foods
Exploring historical sites
Taking instagrammable photos
Feeding your soul
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If you can describe yourself in one word, what would it be?
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There is no better place to start a trip than the country's capital. Seoul is a mixture of history and future, a dynamic fusion of all kinds of food, entertainment, natural and man-made tourist sights. The city is perfect for people who love diversity and can never stay in one place for too long, because there is always something happening—from club parties to fashion week shows and K-pop concerts and to museum and art gallery exhibitions.
Life is never boring around you. That is why the blend of majestic mountains and exotic beaches in Busan will suit your colorful personality. The Buddhist temples, fresh seafood, white beaches, and fancy film festival the city provides will satisfy your wanderlust. In case you need more persuading, there are hiking opportunities in the Jangan Mountain and the famous Gamcheon Culture Village at the tip of your fingertips!
You're quite the romantic type, aren't you? Jeju Island, also known as the honeymoon sweet spot, isn't called The Island of the Gods for nothing. Here, you can immerse into the local culture by visiting the Seongeup Folklore Village or pay the Glass Castle, a theme park adorned with glass sculptures, a visit. The whole place feels just like a scene out of your favorite K-drama so who knows, maybe you can end up in a fairy tale scenario.
You're a history junkie. The Korean Demilitarized Zone is one of the most visited historical sites where you can get a better understanding of the on-going conflict between South and North Korea. You can experience more of this modern history by going through the Infiltration Tunnel or taking a peek at North Korea from the Observation Post!
You're the poetic type, and adventure is your number one inspiration. Pyeongchang is a county in the Taebaek Mountains, only 180km away from Seoul and is a spectacular place for a hike. The awe-inspiring nature views will fill your soul with tranquility and inner peace. The place hosted the Winter Olympic Games for a reason - its hiking trails going up the mountains will seize your breath literally and figuratively!