Do you want to use your phone in Korea with a prepaid SIM Card? No worries! We’ve got you covered. 😉 Before getting a SIM Card 1. Check whether your phone is unlocked or not. If your phone is locked, call
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
Springtime is finally upon us and the warm weather has arrived in South Korea! Now gather your friends and family members, grab a big picnic blanket, prepare a delicious lunchbox and go outdoor! How about enjoying a spring picnic in Korean way? We’ve got you covered
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. See which travel destination in Korea you would like to put on your travel bucket list!
Spring is here and it’s the perfect time for you to go outdoors and enjoy picnics with your friends and family beneath the cherry trees while thousands of pink petals dance in the air. There are many places where you
Noryangjin fish market is the largest and most popular seafood market in Seoul. As it’s connected to the subway station, you can easily reach the fish market within the city. Compared to other local markets, you can get fish and other kinds of seafood
An honest travel review and tips by the member of Trazy crew on Gangchon Rail Park, Nami Island, and the Garden of Morning Calm.
In terms of warm or cool weather, the most favorable times to visit South Korea are during the months of March to May and September to November. But February can also be a fabulous time for travelers to visit South Korea. Here are
It’s a time for happiness and festivities as the Lunar New Year, ‘Seollal’, is just around the corner in South Korea! Seollal: Lunar New Year’s Day What is Seollal? Seollal, which is considered a major holiday season for the Koreans, usually lasts for
Happy Korean Lunar New Year! Can you believe the first month of 2019 is already over? Neither can we! 2019 is the year of the golden pig, and Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year, or ‘Seollal’ in Korean, which is