The Lunar New Year, Seollal, is one of the most celebrated traditional holidays in Korea. While many celebrate the January 1 New Year’s Day (the Solar New Year), Seollal, the first day of the lunar calendar, has more traditional meanings and … Continue reading Q&A about Korean Lunar New Year – Seollal
Source Most of Koreans like fishing. But now in the north part of South Korea every rivers and streams are frozen, there are only one way to fish, ice fishing. It’s really interesting, and I am telling you this because … Continue reading Hwacheon Sancheoneo Ice Festival
Don’t know how to spend your winter vacations? BnB Hero provides you with this kind of information so that you won’t have difficulties in looking for what to do or where to go~ So, let’s go! Korea is very famous … Continue reading Winter Festivals – Catch Trout & Play with Snow!
Visiting Korea this winter? Although so far the weather has been unnaturally warm in Seoul,there are plenty of outdoor winter themed activities that are open, and some that are easier to attend BECAUSE the weather is so nice! We’ve … Continue reading 2016/2017 Outdoor Winter Activities in Korea!
Source Today was the first snow in Korea! And it means for me that Christmas is coming and you can feel it even in the air! Everyone is preparing for Christmas, buying some staff and even marts like Daiso are … Continue reading Christmas in Korea!
Photo from Visit KoreaThis Complex for people who wants to see Traditional Korean lifestyles. Besides observing traditional things you can also get healing from this place. It’s total nature and atmosphere here is at its best. It’s located in Chungcheongbuk-do … Continue reading Cheongpung Cultural Heritage Complex
The end of September was the beginning of Korea’s 2017 Autumn season! With the 2016 fall foliage starting now and peaking in late October, BnBHero wanted to introduce to you the best places to enjoy Korea’s autumn! The top public … Continue reading [October] [More Real Korea Place]