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Busan – Korea’s second largest city is blossoming into a tourist destination that’s capable of holding its own especially during the spring season.
There are several venues nestled inside the Seoul parks that provide a quieter, yet equally exciting, alternative to big city entertainment! Campgrounds in Seoul offer visitors a great opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life as well as the summer heat, and experience cool, calm and lush nature.
Though Muslim visitors to Seoul may be hard-pressed to find food and places of prayer in other regions, visitors to Itaewon can cast these worries aside. Itaewon not only does the mosque provide a quiet place of prayer, but as an establishment, it also recommends good Halal restaurants in the nearby area !!
To experience the softer side of the Paju area, follow one of these recommended tour courses and indulge yourself in Korea’s latest scientific skincare regimens, make-up styles, and more.
The Annual KT&G Sangsang Madang Music Film Festival is scheduled to take place from June 3rd to June 12th at Sangsang Madang in the Hongik University area, better known as Hongdae. This year, the festival, which introduces new and notable music films featuring different musical genres, will be held under the theme of ‘Youth, Hongdae, Music,...
Good news !! ~~ A festival featuring tens of millions of roses is taking place at Rose Garden inside Seoul Zoo of Seoul Grand Park from May 28th to June 30th. Don't Miss It ~~~~
There are hundreds of city parks all over Seoul that offer a great sanctuary with easy accessibility and convenient facilities like swimming pools, bike paths, and even campgrounds. Read on to learn about five major parks to choose from in the Seoul Metropolitan Area.
Daegu is a metropolitan city in Gyeongsangbuk-do Province (southeastern part of Korea) close to the cities of Gyeongju and Andong.
If you’re staying in Seoul and looking to explore outside the city limits, hop on the Gyeongchunseon subway line and head for Chuncheon for a day of romance and fun in the great outdoors!
Out of more than a thousand festivals celebrated in Korea, 44 ‘Culture & Tour Festivals’ have been selected for 2011 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism based on the festivals’ popularity, organization/management, uniqueness and development potential. Visit to Korea !!! ~~~