Head on over to Everland, Korea’s best theme park, to enjoy some spooky, spine-chilling festivities! Prepare your costumes and candy – Halloween’s just around the corner! It’s the time when ghosts, zombies, witches, and all other things creepy appear. Halloween in
Start planning your autumn trip now to take in all the best things Korea has to offer this fall! During autumn in Korea, the leaves turn to brilliant fall colors and the air turns cool and crisp. As the weather
Chuseok is ahead of us in October in Korea! Chuseok (‘Hangawi’ in Korean), or the Korean Thanksgiving, is one of the biggest Korean holidays. And the good news is, this year’s Chuseok will be extra longer! With an alternative holiday
Here’s your guide to what’s on in Korea in September and October 2017! Packed with exciting events, September and October are one of the best times of the year to visit Korea. Plus, the weather is fantastic for exploring the country! If you
Looking for discount tickets to Everland, the biggest theme park in Korea? Be sure to check out these special discounts for foreigners and deals!
Make your summer in Korea the best by checking out these summer festivals in Korea in July 2017!
From romantic spring flower festivals to star-studded spectacular music festival, the month of May in Korea is filled with plenty of wonderful festivals. Check out all ongoing and upcoming festivals and events for May 2017 in South Korea and find the perfect
Usually, when the cherry blossoms are gone, pink and purple azaleas explode in spectacular bloom in Korea.Now, if you are thumbing through guidebooks searching for the best place to see these breathtaking azaleas, Goryeosan Mountain Azalea Festival is the perfect place
When it comes to spring in Korea, we can never leave out the cherry blossoms. But if you don’t know where to go and catch them, here’s the perfect destination for you! About Gyeongju Cherry Blossom Festival The picture-perfect Bomun
About Hwagae Cherry Blossom Festival Early April every year, the Simni Cherry Blossom Road, the 4 km road that connects Ssanggyesa Temple and Hwagaejangteo Market, is filled with 1,200 cherry blossom trees in full bloom. To capture this scenic view, people