Spring is in the air, which means it’s time for a new adventure! Scroll down and admire these incredibly beautiful photographs of South Korea in springtime. Here we picked the top 6 must-visit spring destinations in Korea! Read on to see which you would like to put on your travel bucket list!

*Covid-19 safety measures are taken for every tour on Trazy.
*Most spring festivals are canceled due to the pandemic.


1. Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival

*The festival is canceled this year due to the pandemic.

Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival is undoubtedly the most popular spring festival in Korea! There so many famous cherry blossom photo spots at the festival. Unfortunately, it is canceled this year due to the pandemic, but you should definitely put this place on your next spring bucket list.


2. Nami Island

Nami Island is a well-known day trip destination from Seoul and it’s exceptionally beautiful all year round. In spring, you can take countless Instagram-worthy pictures at Nami Island, surrounded by pink cherry blossom trees!

Check out the handpicked 1-day tours to Nami Island from Seoul:

| Nami Island & Gangchon Rail Bike Private Tour (Mar 28~Apr 10)
| Nami Island & Everland Join-in Tour (Apr 11 & 18)
| Gapyeong Rail Bike + Garden of Morning Calm + Nami Island Tour
| Petite France + Nami Island + Gapyeong Rail Bike + Garden of Morning Calm Tour
| Gapyeong One Day Private Tour


3. Jeju Island

Jeju Island is a fantastic spring trip destination with lovely yellow canola flowers and pink cherry blossoms! Spring flowers bloom early in Jeju Island so it’s better to plan your trip in March so that you don’t miss out on the flowers in full bloom.

Find out the best ways to explore Jeju Island: 

| Jeju Island Cherry Blossom & Canola Flower Private Taxi/Van Tour (Mar 22~Apr 21)
Jeju All-Inclusive Tour: Flight + Private Flower Tour (+ Hotel option) (Mar 22~Apr 21)
Car Rental in Jeju Island


4. Incheon

 

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Known as a gateway of Korea, Incheon is a wonderful spring destination, where you can easily travel from Seoul. From Wolmi Island, Wolmi Theme Park, Masian Beach, to Songdo, it’s filled with a variety of fun activities to do!

Explore Incheon with a Hassle-Free Day Tour: 

| Incheon 1 Day Spring Tour: Wolmi Island & Masian Beach (Mar 27 & Apr 3)


5. Seoraksan National Park

 

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Seoraksan National Park is one of the most visited mountains among locals and tourists. If you are a hiking and nature lover, this is a perfect place to be! You can see how the colors change every season at Seoraksan Mountain.

Book a day tour to Seoraksan National Park from Seoul: 

| Naksansa Temple + Seoraksan + Sokcho Private Tour (Mar 28~Apr 10)
| Seoraksan & Naksansa Temple Join-in Tour (Apr 10 & 17)
| Sokcho Beach & Seoraksan National Park 1 Day Tour
| Seoraksan National Park Hiking Tour


6. Gyeongju Cherry Blossom Festival

*The festival is canceled this year due to the pandemic.

To marvel at the scenery of Bomun Lake during the Gyeongju Cherry Blossom Festival, visit Gyeongju with hassle-free tours on Trazy! Gyeongju Cherry Blossom Festival is canceled this year, however, there are still tours and activities you can join in Gyeongju.

Check out convenient & safe tours in Gyeongju on Trazy: 

| Gyeongju City 1 Day Private Tour from Gyeongju/Busan
| Explore the Old & New of Gyeongju – from Busan
| Gyeongju Culture & Heritage Sites 1 Day Tour – from Busan
| Gyeongju City Tour Bus

Book one & only activities in Gyeongju: 

Tandem Paragliding in Gyeongju
| Private Korean Cooking Class & Traditional Market Tour in Gyeongju


Don’t forget to visit Trazy.com, Korea’s #1 Travel Shop, where you can discover all the latest, trendiest and newest things to do in South Korea!

7 thoughts on “Spring in Korea: Photos of 6 Must-Visit Spring Destinations

  1. i will be in Seoul on 1/4/16 till 6/4/16. 2 adults and 2 kids. can u advise me how to go to Jinghae for cherry blossom ? can you give me the link to pre book my bus or train ticket to Jinghae ? 4 years old kids need train or bus tickets ?

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