Mark your calendar now as there is a long weekend ahead of us in May in Korea! ※Children’s Day Weekend: May 3~7 This year, with Buddha’s Birthday on May 3 and Children’s Day on May 5, you can make it
South Korea is a fascinating country to visit at any time of year, and there’s no better time to do so than in the spring, particularly in April. Read on to find out why you never really need an excuse
Korea’s perishing winter has gone. The weather is getting warm, spring flowers with vivid colors start blooming, and it’s high time we planned a day trip to Everland, the biggest theme park in Korea. Yay! Let’s have a look at what we’ve
Cherry blossoms are one of the most popular attractions in Korea during spring, which draw millions of travelers and visitors from all around the world. For those of you who still haven’t seen the beautiful cherry blossoms in Korea yet, here’s
The spring flowering season in South Korea generally spans from mid-March to late April, which typically peaks in early April. During the month of April, Korea offers a vibrant burst of spring blooms and a series of fascinating festivals and family fun, which makes
March is the month that marks the beginning of spring in Korea. As the warm sunlight thaws the land of morning calm after the freezing winter, early spring flowers finally start to bloom. Mountains and fields are filled with vivid
If you are visiting Everland Theme Park for the first time, here are 3 ways to get to the theme park and other alternatives to take into consideration when making your way to Everland.
Happy New Year! Can you believe 2016 is officially over? Neither can we! 2017 is the Year of the Rooster and Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year, or ‘Seollal’ in Korean, which is one of the biggest holidays in Korea.
Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la la la la la~~! Christmas is just around the corner and you’re probably busy getting ready for holiday parties and shopping for presents! If you’re stumped on what to
It’s beginning to look at lot like Christmas in Seoul and the rest of Korea right now. And yes…Korea does celebrate Christmas and it gets pretty festive, but it’s not quite the same as celebrated in the Western countries. In