Korean street food is a major thing that you shouldn’t miss out on if you’re in Korea! You’ll find them lining the streets of Seoul in places like Hongdae, Ewha Womans University, Itaewon, Daehakro and many more! Best of all,
Winter’s here, and soon enough South Korea will be covered with puffy snow! For those of you who have never seen the snow or amazing winter landscapes in Korea, here we have selected our favorite travel photos of South Korea’s winter
Winter months in Korea can be harsh and brutal. The winds are so strong it’ll feel like your face is being sliced with a knife, walking in the cold as you shiver uncontrollably and an endless consumption of hot drinks.
It’s ski season in Korea which means it’s time to hit the slopes and have some fun! If it’s your first time going skiing or snowboarding, you may think you need to bring all the clothing and heavy ski equipment,
Though the weather has been a bit warmer than last year’s winter, travelers and visitors especially those from countries with warmer climate should not underestimate how cold it can feel in Korea. So, for those who’ve never experienced snow or cold temperatures before, prepare yourself with these 5 hot, popular items
“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if we seek them with our eyes open.” – Jawaharal Nehru Dancing snowflakes above Korean traditional palaces, the white