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  • @ Seoul Summer Sale
    Seoul Summer Sale 2014
    July 14, 2014, No comments

    Seoul Metropolitan Government is holding its annual month-long Seoul Summer Sale to attract international tourists who are interested in shopping.  The honorary ambassador who will be promote Seoul Summer Sale…

  • Seoul, Korea: Tagpol Park
    Independence in Tapgol Park
    July 14, 2014, No comments

    While it is unclear exactly when Tapgol Park (탑골공원) was first established in Jongno-gu, it’s relevance in the history of the city is unquestioned. The site originally housed Weongaksa Temple and remnants…

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    A Day in Damyang – Bamboo Haven
    July 10, 2014, No comments

    The town of Damyang is located near Gwangju in Jeollanam-do.  This town is about 3.5 hours south of Seoul.  It is a beautiful place to relax and take in nature.  There are so many things to see and do that you could…

  • Hanbok on display at Seoul Global Culture and Tourism Center
    The Hanbok Experience at Myeong dong
    July 7, 2014, No comments

    Myeongdong is a shopping haven.  There is nothing that you cannot find there – clothes, shoes, skin care products and food.  But amidst the modern Korea that this district projects is a hub where tourists can…

  • Hiking
    A Harrowing Hike to Hyangnobong Peak
    July 7, 2014, No comments

    With 70% of Korea covered in mountains, hiking is a major weekend activity. In particular, Bukhansan National Park, with it’s easy subway access and close proximity to Seoul, sees a huge number of trekkers almost …

  • "Photo zones" are all around in this park.
    An old quarry turned Art Valley
    July 1, 2014, No comments

    You may not find “Pocheon Art Valley” as one of the top destinations in Korea, but it is definitely worth visiting for a number of reasons. Pocheon Art Valley is about 55 km from Seoul City Hall and it’s…