Bukchon Hanok Village is the cultural area where hundreds of traditional Korean houses called Hanok are preserved. These houses date back to as old as the Joseon dynasty and are now used mostly as residences, cafe houses and museums. The peaceful atmosphere in the neighbourhood promises an enjoyable time walking through the traditional face of Korea as well as a nice background for your profile shots!
Jeju has been listed as one of the 7 Wonders of the World and if you are visiting Korea, you should take 2-3 days visiting this wonder! Jeju is an island surrounded by beautiful waters, with the highest dormant volcano, Hallasan, standing at 1950 metres tall. There are promising views, especially during the Autumn season where trees on the Hallasan turn into a bright colourful canvas. The island itself is 3 times bigger than Seoul so you can be assured that there […]
One of the popular shopping destination in Seoul is Dongdaemun. There are several malls like Doota, Hello aPM and Migliore, and you could literally get lost in this shopping town. To help you navigate around, here is the map and guide to the shopping malls in Dongdaemun.
As all the seasonal trees turn red and yellow in Autumn, even the most common roads become a beautiful sight. Korea is famous for its amazing Autumn sceneries and there are way too many places you should go to experience this colourful season. We looked around and we have selected 9 sceneries which would make you itch for an impulse trip to Korea in Autumn.
Categories: Scenery • Tags: Autumn, Changdeokgung, Fall, Haneul Park, Hyeonchoongsa, Naejangsan, Nami Island, Namsan Park, Namsan Tower, Reeds, Seoraksan, Seoul, South Korea, Suncheon Bay, Wiryesonggil
We are breathing Autumn in Korea right now! Autumn is the favourite season of most people in Korea and it is no wonder, as there are simply too many breathtaking views of Autumn scenery across the country. To get the avid mountain climbers excited, in this post, we share the best time in Autumn to conquer the great mountains of Korea! With credits to Visitkorea website, the forecast for the peak foliage during Autumn is as shown! Amongst the numerous […]
When you are bored of the bustling shopping and Kpop scenes in Seoul, you could easily travel out to a peaceful and slowpaced city, Cheong Pyeong. Cheong Pyeong is a scenic city surrounded by mountains and lakes and it is famed for its attractions – Petite France, Garden of Morning Calm and Nami Island. By train from Seoul, you could reach Cheong Pyeong station in about an hour. Travelling within Cheong Pyeong is relatively manageable for solo travellers as there […]
Sinsa-dong is one of the hippiest area to be in when in Seoul! It is famous for its Garosu-gil where trees line up the entire street which is long and straight. From either end, you could have a beautiful view of the never ending rows of trees. What make this street really popular are the trendy and fashion forward boutiques which holds some of the most sophisticated and stylish wear you could find in Seoul. The trendiness of Garosugil naturally […]
To all the fervent fans of Kpop, dropping by the Entertainment agencies of the top Kpop groups and singers in Korea should be one of the main highlights of your Korea trip! Who knows, you might be really lucky to bump into your favourite stars at their agencies! This guide will bring you closer to SM, FNC, JYP and CUBE Entertainment agencies! Recently, SM Entertainment, which boasts top artistes like SNSD, Super Junior and SHINEE, has shifted to a new […]
Categories: Guides to Korea, KPOP • Tags: 2AM, 2PM, Apgujeong, Beast, Cheongdamdong, CNBLUE, Cube Entertainment, EXO, FNC, FTIsland, JYP Entertainment, SM Entertainment, SNSD, Super Junior, Wonder Girls
In Gwanghwamun area lies this beautiful street named Samcheongdong-gil. If you are in the area touring Gyeongbokgung, you must drop by this street that is dotted with many fashion boutiques, unique cafes and handicraft stores. It is a promising shopping destination as there are many handicrafts that are sold at affordable prices. Many of the boutiques here are also of local brands and designers, and you could get some bargains that are unique and not found elsewhere in Korea. The […]