Monthly Archives: April 2020

Located below North Korea on the eastern side of the peninsula, there are many DMZ tourism sites in Gangwon-do Province’s Goseong, Cheorwon and Yanggu. Visitors can see and feel the reality of the world’s only di…

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One of the most beautiful ways to see and enjoy the scenery of Busan is through roads and trails like the Haeparang, Galmaet-gil, and Dalmaji-gil. Being a coastal city, the trails stretch along seas, rivers, moun…

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In Busan, the 2nd largest city and best known port city of Korea, visitors can enjoy a fun and tasty tour. The city’s traditional markets boast a delicious array of dishes, and the beaches of Busan, the most popular in Korea, are tightly lined with b…

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Seoul City Wall Hanyang, the capital of the Joseon Dynasty (1392–1910), is the old name of Seoul. The Hanyangdoseong Seoul City Wall was built along the four mountains surrounding Hanyang with 4 main gates (Heunginjimun, Donuimun, Sungnyemun and Sukj…

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Along with Seoul, Busan and Incheon, Daegu is a major city of Korea. It is surrounded by mountains on all 4 sides and shows great balance between past and present and tradition and modernity. ‘Gyeongsangbuk-do is a province where much of Korea’s trad…

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Along with the 1953 armistice, a truce line (Military Demarcation Line) was set from the mouth of the Imjingang River on the west coast to Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do Province on the east coast. The DMZ is a zone 2km away from the truce line both northwa…

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Seoul lights up after dark. Under the bright moonlight, a serene walkway travels through palaces and city walls built more than 600 years ago. Dazzling attractions of the glamorous city include observatories offering breathtaking city views, ferry to…

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Korea has a middle latitude temperate climate and 4 distinct seasons. Winter is cold and dry, and summer is hot and humid. Spring and fall have many dry and clear days. Winters are very cold with much snow, and summers have been getting hotter with t…

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