Plan Your Trip To Korea

For those who have plans for a trip to Korea, we want to share information about what things are needed for preparing your trip to Korea. 1. Book your flight tickets There are many flight aggregator sites in operation right now. Just decide when to go, and the site will search multiple airlines and list down by the cheapest price possible. Below is an example from the site : So when is the best time to visit Korea? We would say during Spring and Autumn. Go for early Spring (April) if you want to see beautiful cherry blossoms, but … Continue reading Plan Your Trip To Korea

Haneul Park (하늘공원) 

🌾Haneul Park (하늘공원) Haneul Park, which in Korean means sky park, is situated on the highest part of World Cup Park and offers breathtaking views of Seoul. In here, you can get closer to the sky. You can also get a spectacular view of Seoul city. After walking up the stairs, you will find yourself being surrounded by the dreamy Eulalia grass field! 🌾 These grass blooms in October and you can relax yourself in this cozy areas. The park is very big that you might get lost within the Eulalia grass field! In the middle of the park there … Continue reading Haneul Park (하늘공원) 

Autumn foliage in Nami Island (남이섬)

Autumn foliage in Nami Island (남이섬) The perfect timing to visit Nami Island – Autumn! Autumn foliage in Nami Island is brilliant!🍁 The Naminara Republic, which declared its cultural independence from the Republic of Korea, has its own diplomatic and cultural policies. Naminara celebrates the imagination and shares its beautiful fairy tales and songs with guests from all over the world. You will not want to leave this lovely place once you step in! The island is fully covered in red and yellow colour~ You may also see some squirrels searching for food~   INFO. Nami Island (남이섬) Directions: Take … Continue reading Autumn foliage in Nami Island (남이섬)

Wearing Hanbok And Get Free Pass To All Palaces

There are many ways to experience Korean traditions and cultures. Like tasting typical food, visiting the Joseon Dynasty court, and attending various traditional Korean festivals. However, it is incomplete if you have not taken pictures while wearing Hanbok. Seoul’s palaces are : Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung, and Gyeonghuigung. Each palace has its own energy and charms. All five palaces waive admission fees for visitors wearing hanbok. The fee is waived for hanbok wearers even on holidays and on special event days. These days hanbok can be rented for a relatively low price. Many hanbok rental studios available near palaces. Hanbok, … Continue reading Wearing Hanbok And Get Free Pass To All Palaces