Find out what it's like to spend your holiday in a traditional Korean village, Seoul's N Tower is simply a must-see, discover the best places to catch the cherry blossoms blooming, and while you're doing all that spare a thought for tourists somewhere over the DMZ.
"REVIEW: AUTHENTIC STAY IN A TRADITIONAL KOREAN HANOK IN SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA"
So you're keen to visit Korea and experience all it has to offer, but would you stay in a traditional hanok village for a night or three? If spending a few nights in a traditional Korean home sounds appealing, be sure to check out this review on Just One Way: "Until that day I haven't heard of Hanok villages, but the pictures looked intriguing... I was eager to learn more about it".
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"A must-see landmark of Seoul, N Seoul Tower"
There are a great number of attractions in and around Korea's capital, but one of the most rewarding and exciting has to be a trip to N Seoul Tower. Whether you choose to walk up the gentle slopes, or simply take the cable car up, once you ascend and look over the city you may find yourself lingering at the top for longer than you'd planned. There's restaurants, gift shops, a museum, an observation deck, and often there are special events taking place that really make the short trip worthwhile: "To make the most of the trip, stroll around Namsan Park and observatory post to close to sunset hours to check out the city's beautiful night landscape".
...READ ON VISIT KOREA
"Visit Korea's Best Locations for Spring Blossoms"
Spring and Fall are by far my favorite seasons in Korea, but it's the former that really impresses as the country comes alive with the sights and smells of those delightful cherry blossoms. There are a number of special places to explore while the flowers are coming into bloom, and in this post, you'll find Visit Korea's top picks on where to go to enjoy the change in season.
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"'Now you will go to sleep': the bizarre reality of North Korean tourism"
South Korean culture has exploded over the last decade as tourists from around the world eagerly make the trip to experience firsthand all the delights the South has to offer (e.g. food, landscapes, culture, history, K-pop, etc.). Meanwhile, however, somewhere over the DMZ, "[T]he guide told the passengers on a bus trip: 'Now we will be going through a military zone, and photography is not allowed, so you will all go to sleep'".
...READ ON EURONEWS
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