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[HanCinema's Digest] Travel Bug Bites

2016/10/09 | 475 views | Permalink

Lonely Planet looks at the best slopes to hit in Korea, read all about a nature-loving travel blogger's two week trip, see why the village that brought us bibimbap is one of the best travel destinations in Asia, and explore Korea's "hidden gem" that's tucked away in the mountains.

"Two Weeks In South Korea: The Itinerary For Nature Lovers And City Dwellers Alike"

There are so many things to see and do in The Land of the Morning Calm so it can be a little overwhelming when deciding what to do and where to go whilst trying to get the most out of your trip. Thankfully, many Korean visitors love to share their experience of the country through blogs, vlogs and other forms of new media. In this post, Pete describes the two weeks he spent in Korea and shares his experiences in the country as he explores its many hiking trails and traditional culture. "South Korea is a country full of amazing natural reserves, technological advancement beyond belief and an attractive traditional culture unlike any other countries I have experienced", writes Pete.


"South Korea's Hidden Secret: Muju-Gun"

Have you heard of Muju-Gun? Anthony calls it "South Korea's hidden secret", and in this post on Fair Dinkum Traveller he shares his experiences of this winter wonderland tucked away in the mountains "Popular for its skiing adventures in the winter, Muju mesmerises with its natural beauty, breathtaking mountain views and the icy Gucheondong Valley".


"Carving Korea: a guide to skiing and snowboarding in South Korea"

If you love getting out and about during the winter months, here's a great guide to skiing and snowboarding in Korea from the Lonely Planet's Megan Eaves. This shouldn't really come as a surprise, but South Korea is a very popular destination for those who enjoy winter sports (they are, after all, co-hosting the 2018 Winter Olympics), and in this post, you'll see exactly why so many visitors enjoy flocking to their world-class slopes...


"Top 10 travel destinations in Asia"

Lonely Planet puts Asia in the spotlight by highlighting their top ten destinations. Where in South Korea should you go? Here's a hint at where Lonely Planet suggests you head: it's the birthplace of bibimbap and "one of Korea's best-preserved traditional villages with hundreds of wooden villas with gracefully upturned roofs housing an intriguing assortment of museums, teahouses and artisans' workshops".


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