Category: Things To Do in Korea

What to Enjoy in Hongdae

There are many places to go to in Seoul to enjoy the most out of your Korean trip. But if you like to shop, eat, drink, and party till dawn, then Hongdae is your place to go! It’s a place where a majority of the hip and cool places are gathered. Once you set foot […]

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3 Spots to See the First Sunrise of 2020 Near Seoul

The New Year is closing in and everyone is getting ready for 2020. One of the many things people do during New Year is to watch the first sunrise of the year. If you want to catch the first sun in Seoul, then here are a few locations that are perfect. 1. Haneul Park (하늘공원) […]

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Spend Old Korean Coins at Tongin Market

There are several traditional markets around Seoul, such as Namdaemun Market and Gwangjang Market. But today, we’ll talk about a special market that’s located in the Northern part of Seoul called Tongin Market. Tongin Market (통인시장) is a traditional market in the Seochon area that is the perfect place to use historic Korean brass coins […]

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Classic Jjajangmyeon in Incheon Chinatown

There’s always at least one Chinatown in a major populated part of an area around the globe and South Korea isn’t an exception. To the southwest border of Seoul, you’ll find a major port city called Incheon where Incheon International Airport is located. There is one huge Chinatown near the edge of the area and […]

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Wander Around the Colorful Gamcheon Culture Village

Busan is a large port city in South Korea known for its beaches, rocky cliffs, and temples. This coastal city is the second biggest city in the country. You could almost say that it plays the little sibling role to the large and bustling Seoul. If this is your first trip to Busan, then there […]

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How to Enjoy Christmas in Seoul

Merry Christmas! We’re back again to this time of year where it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas! For those who are pretty new to events in Korea, it does get pretty festive around in Seoul. Not as festive compared to the United States, but still pretty bustling in Korea’s own way. Today, we’re […]

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Immerse Yourself in Korean Traditional Houses at Bukchon Hanok Village

Home to over 900 traditional Korean houses (Hanoks), Bukchon Hanok Village (북촌한옥마을) is a popular tourist location to travelers who want to get a closer look at Korea’s history. These houses date all the way back to the Joseon Dynasty. As the times have changed, more modern style houses were being introduced into Korean society […]

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Seoul’s Oldest Market Gwangjang Market

There are plenty of places in Korea that still preserve the tradition of its long history. One of those places is Gwangjang Market. Located in the heart of Seoul, it is immensely popular with foreign travelers looking to taste some of the best Korean street food. This market has a history that is over 100 […]

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Shopping Near Ewha Woman’s University

A very famous educational institute dating back to the later 1800s is the Ewha Woman’s University, aka Edae (이대). Located in the northwestern part of Seoul, this university is famous for being the largest university for women in South Korea. This campus is famous for its very lovely scenery during all four seasons. Surrounded by […]

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Ikseon-dong Is the Perfect Place to Enjoy Korean Tradition

Located in the hidden alleyways of Jongno, is a location that has been attracting many young people and foreigners. Its name is Ikseon-dong. Filled with traditional style cafes, bars, and restaurants, it attracts many people interested in the Korean traditional vibe. Ikseon-dong offers the vibes of a historic Korea during modernization, also known as Gaehwa-gi […]

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