From its raved television dramas to its cult favorite beauty products, Seoul, South Korea is a go-to destination for many travelers. Are you a culture vulture? Do you want to go on a food trip? Are themed cafes your thing? Shopping galore? Or do you simply want some Instagram worthy photos? No worries! Seoul is…
Changdeokgung Palace is one of South Korea’s Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. If you don’t have time to visit all the palaces in Seoul, I suggest you add Changdeokgung Palace to your priority. Why? Because aside from being one of the best preserved royal palaces, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site…
It was only after roaming around Itaewon that we went to Everland, South Korea’s largest theme park. Since we arrived almost late in the afternoon, we only availed of the night pass.
Getting a glimpse of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in the Korean peninsula is one of the most interesting things you can do when you visit South Korea, especially if it’s your first time going to the country.
Seoul Trick Eye Museum is an interactive museum displaying 3D paintings where guests can actually pose as if part of the masterpiece. Cool isn’t it? Visiting Trick Eye was the first thing we did when we arrived in South Korea.
Namsangol Hanok Village is a picturesque, historical park where traditional Korean houses can be found. Located at the foot of Namsan Mountain, visiting the place is one of the best free things you can do in Seoul.
Looking for an accommodation in South Korea, we found Khaosan Seoul Insadong Guest House apartment where our group stayed for six nights.
From scenic spots to its raved television dramas and beauty products, South Korea is indeed an interesting destination for travelers for so many reasons. Aside from these, it is also one of those places you’ll be wanting to visit if you’re on the quest for searching scrumptious dishes.
Built during the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung is the largest and as some would argue, the most beautiful among the impressive palaces in Seoul. Located at the heart of the city, it remains to be the most famous royal palace in the country even after numerous times of destruction and reconstruction.
Built in 1969, Namsan Seoul Tower (also known as N Seoul Tower) is a communication and observation tower. Situated 243m atop Namsan mountain, it is South Korea’s first integrated transmission tower providing television and radio broadcasting.