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The temperature has dropped below zero in Korea, and the sun has checked out for the winter. In Korea, that means it is time to whip out the electric blanket and eat good winter food. Here are some of the most popular Korean winter food to eat around Korea.
Jeonju is a town in central South Korea that is home to the largest Hanok Village in the country. Known as the cultural capital of Korea, its city slogan says here, you can “Feel Korea.”
Among Korea's steel skyscrapers and bustling cities lie the calming beauty of more than 900 traditional Buddhist temples. Korea has a 1,700-year Buddhist history, but regardless of your religion, these beautiful temples offer a quiet refuge to meditate or seek ...
Busan is South Korea's second largest city. Its port is among the busiest in the world, and while the city is an industrial center, it’s also home to a number of historic sites, museums, markets and beaches. These are the best things to do in Busan, South Korea.
If you’re not looking to escape the chill of winter, but instead want to take in wondrous snow-covered views while exploring some of Asia’s best destinations, you’ll find that and more by heading to one of these spectacular places.
Seoraksan is one of Korea’s most beautiful mountains. Seoraksan National Park is the surrounding area, famous for its views, clear mountain streams and vibrant flora and fauna. Hiking is a much-loved pastime all across Korea, and Seoraksan boasts some of the loveliest ...
Korean dish is known as a healthy cuisine and colorful look. Philosophical and spiritual aspects are influencing of Korean cuisine because in ancient times, food from all cultures had religious significance. People believed that sharing the food offered to gods, ...
Seoraksan is one of Korea’s most beautiful mountains. Seoraksan National Park is the surrounding area, famous for its views, clear mountain streams and vibrant flora and fauna. Here’s a quick guide to visiting the mountain.
Surrounded by water, the Korean peninsula is outlined by a number of coastal cities that offer a welcome escape from everyday inland life. Offering everything from sandy beaches to gorgeous seascapes, these coastal cities are the country’s most beautiful.