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Jogyesa Jogye Temple
Buddhist Temple in Seoul
Jogyesa really lights up during the late spring/early summer when it hosts lantern festivals and emblazons a sea of lotus lanterns for Buddha’s birthday.
Jayu Park Freedom Park
Urban Park in Incheon
Freedom Park is a must visit for anyone inside of Incheon or Seoul looking to spend a day eating in Chinatown, walking through nature, and finally enjoying a view of the downtown Incheon and the bay.
Hwasun County 화순군; Hwasun-gun
An off-the-beaten-track county in South Korea, home of a striking UNESCO listed dolmen site and several important Buddhist temples.
Muuido Muui Island
Island in Incheon
Muuido, or Muui Island, is a popular and easily accessible summer destination for people living or visiting Incheon with beaches and hiking trails.
Culture Station 284
Museum in Seoul
Seoul Culture Station 284 is the only Japanese structure in Korea whose design has, not only been left relatively faithful to its original design but, has been renovated to serve as a cultural hotspot.
Yangdong Folk Village 경주 양동마을
Korea’s largest traditional village and a much revered UNESCO listed treasure.
Ganghwado 강화도, 江華島
The fifth largest island in South Korea, home of a stunning UNESCO listed dolmen site and just a short hop away from the capital, Seoul.
Gochang County Gochang-gun, 고창군, 高敞郡
One of South Korea's most natural counties, home to a prominent UNESCO listed dolmen site.
Palace in Seoul
For centuries, Changdeokgung palace held a secret 78-acre garden which no one could enter without expressed permission from the king.
Juwangsan National Park 주왕산국립공원
Gochang, Hwasun and Ganghwa Dolmen Sites 고창 / 화순 / 강화지석묘군
The world's largest collection of Bronze Age burial markers, set across three of South Korea's most beautiful counties.
Ansan Mountain Ansan
Mountain in Seoul
One of Seoul's many scenic mountains, the peak of Ansan mountain offers a clear view of Seoul and other surrounding mountains.
One of Asia's most formidable capitals and an immensely interesting city to explore.
Palace in Seoul
Seoul City Hall 서울 시청
City Hall in Seoul
Seoul City Hall sits in the center of Seoul and is the site of many festival and performances.
Myeongdong Cathedral Cathedral Church of the Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception
Church in Seoul
Myeongdong is the one-stop shop for visitors interested in looking for international brands and fashions during their stay in Seoul
Bukhansan National Park 북한산국립공원, 北漢山國立公園
A stunning national treasure, conveniently found on the outskirts of South Korea's bustling capital, Seoul.
Hahoe Folk Village 안동하회마을
An authentic, UNESCO listed Korean village, home of the Hahoe Traditional Mask Dance
Haeinsa Temple 해인사, 海印寺: Temple of the Ocean Mudra
A stunning mountain top temple, home of the most important Buddhist scriptures known to man.
Jirisan National Park 지리산국립공원
Children's Grand Park 어린이대공원
Zoo in Seoul
Children's Grand Park is Seoul's own zoo, recreational park, and theme park rolled into one with no admission cost.
Sea Life Busan Aquarium 부산아쿠아리움
Aquarium in Busan