Located in a street full of second-hand bookstores, Hanmi Bookstore stands out as its facade is bright yellow.
Located in the North of Seoul, Iryeong Station is an abandoned train station that got widely popular after K-pop group BTS filmed one of their music videos there.
Offering seven regulars exhibitions, the Busan Museum showcases over 6000 items from strong excavations efforts made in Busan and Gyeongnam area in addition to items that have been purchased, donated, and collected.
Haesindang Park is located on the shore of Samcheok, and is home to the largest national museum exhibit about fishermen of the East Sea as well as an arboretum and a park filled with phallic statues.
The Wonju Suspension Bridge is a 200-meter long bridge that connects the two peaks of Sogeumsan Mountain.
Located on the 13th floor of one of the City Hall buildings, Jeongdong is a viewing area that offers magnificent views over the North of Seoul.
Daewonsa Temple is really different from other temples in Korea. To get inside the temple, visitors have to go inside the mouth of a huge dragon which is actually an art gallery.
Bogyeongsa Temple, located in Pohang, was built in 602 during the Silla Period and along the path that leads to the temple, you will come across twelve beautiful waterfalls, that flow from the Mount Naeyeonsan. Nestled into the forest, and surrounded by the mountains, the temple definitely offers a scenic Read more [...]
The whole neighborhood of Haebangchon is filled with history as it once was a place were refugees fled to during the Korean War.
In this Cemetery are entombed more than 165,000 soldiers, martyrs, police officers, and reserves forces.
O’sulloc Tea Museum teaches visitors about Korea’s (and more specifically Jeju’s) tea culture. The name of the museum stands for the name of the famous Sulloc tea.
Yongdap Station is a station on the Seongsu Branch of the Seoul Subway Line 2.
The Second Incursion Tunnel was discovered on March 24, after some North Korean defectors alerted the South Korean government that the North Korean Leader had ordered its troops to dig tunnels in order to invade the South.
Gyeongju Yangdong Village is the largest traditional village of Korea.
Buamdong is a quiet and picturesque neighborhood, located between the mountains Inwangsan and Bukhansan.
Jeju Glass Castle, like its name suggests, is a theme park made entirely by shaped glass: you can explore the world’s very first all-glass labyrinth, see the world’s largest glass ball and even walk on a glass bridge.
Ikseongdong Hanok Village is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the center of the city.
Donggureung Tombs are located in a large forest area, and they are the resting place of Joseon’s kings and queens. There are nine royal mausoleums and seventeen graves in total. The tombs are very large compared to other tombs in Korea, and the surrounding forest adds to the scenery. The Read more [...]
Light bulbs light up the darkness, phones connect people, TVs, and radios broadcast culture, and washing machines and refrigerators enrich our lives in various other ways. Electronics are essential parts of our everyday lives in modern society, and it is not exaggerating to say that electricity and electronics industry forms Read more [...]
Yeosu Maritime Cable Car is the first of its kind in Korea, connecting Dolsan Island and the mainland over the ocean. Passengers can choose between the standard cabins and crystal cabins. In particular, crystal cabins allow passengers to observe the ocean below ones feet, experiencing the thrill of being suspended Read more [...]
Naganeupseong Folk Village is located in Jeollanam-do Province, and contains a town castle that is over 18,000 Pyeong (1 pyeong = 3.3 sq m) in size. Within the east, south and west of the castle, about 100 families still reside, and the castle area has been very well preserved. You Read more [...]
Busan Gwangandaegyo Bridge (Busan 66, also called Gwangan-daero) stretches over 7.4km from Namcheon-dong (Suyeong-gu, Busan) to Centum City (U-dong, Haeundae-gu). It is the longest bi-level bridge over the ocean in Korea. In addition to providing a quick way to get around, the bridge offers breathtaking views of nearby attractions, including Read more [...]
Bomunho Lake is a man-made lake 1,652,900m² in size. It was built on the site of an old fortress in Mount Myeonghwalsan in the east of Gyeongju in accordance with the Gyeongju Bomun Tourist Resort development plan. There are many leisure facilities and parks around the lake, including an international Read more [...]
This was the location of the palace fortress during the Silla Dynasty (57 BC ~ AD 935). The fortress takes after its name, which, literally translated, means ‘a crescent moon shape on top of a hill’. The famous history books of Samgukyusa mention that Silla’s 4th King Seoktalhae (AD 57~80) Read more [...]
There are 3 legendary boundary gates at Mungyeong Saejae Provincial Park, on rough mountaintops, which are reputed to be too tall for even birds to fly over. Mungyeongsaejae, which overlays Mt. Joryeongsan, has always been the highest and most dangerous mountain pass. It was cleared during the time of King Read more [...]
Famous for its impressive night views of Songdo, Tri-Bowl is a multi-complex culture and arts center built to seem as if it is floating on water. Its unique architecture of three bowl-shaped buildings floating on water symbolizes Incheon, a city in harmony with the sky, ocean, and earth.
G-Tower one of the landmark buildings in Songdo. Inside, are banks, restaurants, post office, and office buildings. It is known for its unique architecture. There is a Sky Garden which is open to visitors in the day. Here you will be able to see Songdo in its entirety.
The 4km-wide, 240km-long buffer known as the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) slashes across the peninsula, separating North and South Korea. Lined on both sides by tank traps, electrical fences, landmines and armies in full battle readiness, it is one of the scariest places on earth. It is also one of the most Read more [...]
Gangnam Subway Station area is the prime district for those living south of the Hangang River. Gangnam-daero Avenue links Teheran-ro Road in the east to Jamsil and Sadang in the west. Kyobo Tower Crossroad connects Express Terminal to Noryangjin and west of Seoul. Hannam-daegyo Avenue in the north extends to Read more [...]
Banpo Hangang Park is located on the southern side of the river centering on Banpo Bridge (Jamsu Bridge) between Hamnam Bridge (upstream) and Dongjak Bridge (downstream). The Rainbow Fountain built on both sides of Banpo Bridge is registered 2008 in The Guinness Book of Records as the longest bridge fountain Read more [...]