A Guide to Your Gyeonggi-do Travel, into Seoul’s Neighborhoods

Located in the midwestern part of the Korean peninsula, Gyeonggi-do is home to a large number of tourist destinations that are all nearby Seoul, including Cultural Heritage Sites like Suwon Hwaseong Fort, Korean Folk Village and many more which will

5 Best Things To Do In Gyeongju – Korea’s Ancient Capital

Travelers may wonder where exactly to check out when visiting Gyeongju, since there is lots of things to do and too many places to visit. For those of you having trouble where to check out, take a closer look at

Eat, Play and Make What You love in Seoul!

Looking for unique things to do while you visit Seoul? Look no further because we have it all right here for you! eat all you love! play all you love! and make all the things you love right here! 1.

Jongmyodaeje 2018: Korea’s Royal Ancestral Ritual on May 6

About Jongmyo Shrine Located on the east of Gyeongbokgung Palace, Jongmyo is a Confucian shrine of the Joseon Dynasty that was added to the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list in 1995. During the Joseon Dynasty, the royal ancestral rituals were carried out to honor

Fall into the world of Dakpaper dolls in Bukchon Hanok Village!!

Dakpaper is Korean traditional paper made from Korean Mulberry trees named Dak-namu (namu means tree.) Since the texture of the dakpaper is soft yet strong, people have used the paper to make handicrafts. One of them is dakpaper doll. Dakpaper