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
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.
It’s that time of year again, “the season with clear skies and stout horses.” Nothing depicts fall in Korea more accurately than this old saying. During the fall, the weather is at its prime with the perfect combination of sunshine and cool
August 15 is one of the most meaningful days to Koreans. It is a national holiday in Korea and the National Liberation Day of Korea, Gwangbokjeol. It is celebrated every year on 15th of August, and it will be marking
Today, the 1st of March, also referred to as ‘Samil Jeol’ in Korean, is a public holiday in South Korea. It is a day that commemorates Samil Independence Movement in 1919. However, this day is more than just a national holiday. In fact,
In terms of weather, the most favorable times to visit South Korea are during the months of March to May and September to November. However, February can also be a fabulous time for travelers to visit South Korea. Here are 5 great reasons