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Korea is a Vacation Dreamland , here is why ~

Dreaming of romantic moments you saw in K-Drama?, Craving for delicious korean street snack you saw in your favorite variety shows? or hoping to make new korean friends ?, you bet you can~ Korea is a vacation dreamland that holds precious secrets for you and loved ones to do and go uncover, so lets uncover some of them :

1. Nami Island

Nami island is a popular vacation spot in any season. During Spring, its cherry blossoms comes around late march to early april. During summer, there’s Green trees ,swimming in sunny days and have a fun time biking with your loved ones. In fall, there is falling colourful maple leaves around late october to early november and in december is a white pristine snow covered days and stay warm around campfires.

2. Mt Seorak

This park is one of the most beautiful and iconic on the entire Korean Peninsula. Designated by Unesco as a Biosphere Protection site, it boasts oddly shaped rock formations, dense forests, abundant wildlife, hot springs and ancient Shilla-era temples.
Peak season is July and August, while in mid-October visitors flock to see the changing colours of the autumn leaves.

3. Cheonggyecheon Stream

Cheonggyecheon is an 11 km long modern stream that runs through downtown Seoul. The stream starts from Cheonggye Plaza, a popular cultural arts venue, and passes under a total of 22 bridges before flowing into the Hangang (River), with many attractions along its length.

4. Dongdaemun Market

Dongdaemun Market is a popular shopping district in Seoul where you can find lots of large shopping malls. The malls open till late, so the area is very colourful and vibrant at night. Close to it are The Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DPP) is a beautiful and majestic architectural building located near the Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station. It has a artistically designed interior, along with seminar rooms and exhibition halls. The building functions as a place to facilitate international cultural exchanges.

5. Sakura Street

Walk through the fantastic cherry blossom street and have a romantic walk with your loved ones with falling cherry blossom and some area have festivals that draws in more than 2 million tourists every year, and visitors are greeted by showers of cherry blossom petals as they pass through a tunnel of cherry trees.

6. Deoksugung palace place

Located at the corner of Seoul’s busiest downtown intersection, Deoksugung Palace is famous for its elegant stone-wall road. It is also the only palace that sits alongside a series of western style buildings that add to the uniqueness of the surrounding scenery.

7. Ginseng Shop & Herbal Shop

you will be mesmerized by all the different herbal medicine and Ginseng displayed in the station as you walk in the shop.Korea have one of the best and fresh ginseng to bring home for your health or as a gift to loved ones.

8. Kimchi Making Session

Have fun and learn how to make korean traditional delicacy Kimchi with the locals.

9. Korea Traditional Costume

Take pictures with your friends and family wearing colourful korean traditional clothes ‘Hanbok’.

10. Cosmetic Shop Tour

Myeongdong is the shopping destination in Seoul. Attracting more than 1 million visitors every day, Myeongdong offers a huge variety of products, ranging from brand stores to affordable street stalls. With countless options and stores, you can feel overwhelmed in this shopping paradise; this guide highlights the must-go Korean beauty shops, food places, and attractions in Myeongdong! Most beauty brands have one or more stores in Myeongdong. The Korean beauty industry has taken the world by storm, introducing the newest beauty trends and most innovative makeup techniques. In this primary shopping district, you can find discounts on these beauty products, compared to oversea prices.

11. Blue House

The Blue House is the executive office and official residence of the South Korean head of state, the President of the Republic of Korea

12. Gyeongbokgung Palace

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the Northern Palace because its location is furthest north when compared to the neighboring palaces of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) and Gyeonghuigung (Western Palace) Palace. Gyeongbokgung Palace is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces.

13. National Folk Museum

National Folk Museum of Korea is a national museum of South Korea, located within the grounds of the Gyeongbokgung Palace in Jongno-gu, Seoul, and uses replicas of historical objects to illustrate the history of traditional life of the Korean people.The museum has three main exhibition halls, with over 98,000 artifacts: History of Korean People features materials of everyday life in Korea from prehistoric times to the end of the Joseon Dynasty in 1910; Korean Way of Life, which illustrates Korean villagers in ancient times; and Life Cycle of the Koreans, which depicts the deep roots of Confucianism in Korean culture and how this ideology gave rise to most of the culture’s customs.

14. Jogyesa Buddhist Temple

Jogyesa Temple plays an important role in Korean Buddhism as the head temple of Jogye order. Jogyesa Temple’s Dharma Hall serves as the main venue for several Buddhist events, holding rituals, lectures, ceremonies, and other events all year long. The annual lantern festival in celebration of Buddhist’s birthday also takes place at this temple.

15. Korean Food & Souvenir Supermarket

Everyone loves Korean snacks, from the traditional favourite chocopies to the latest craze – honey butter chips and nuts, there are so many things to choose from in a Korean supermart, we often see tourists lugging huge boxes crammed full of snacks out of the supermarkets.

16. Wolmido Seagull Ferry Ride

Wolmido is a famous place in Incheon for Seagulls watching. One of the ways for this to be done is by getting onto a ferry from Youngjongdo. The ferry ride takes about 25-30mins from Younjongdo – Wolmido. On the way to Wolmido, you are already able to watch seagulls on the ferry! They even have some crackers/tit bits you could purchase on the ferry for feeding the seagulls. – technicolorbee

17. China Town

Incheon’s Chinatown came into being with the opening of Incheon Port in 1883 and Incheon’s designation as an extraterritoriality of the Ching Dynasty in the following year. In the past, the area held many stores trading goods imported from China, but currently most Chinese businesses in the area are restaurants. Today, the residents of Chinatown are mostly 2nd or 3rd generation Chinese, descendents of the early Chinese settlers. The area harbors many of the flavors of China, while the traditional culture of the first generation are preserved.

18. Fairytale Village in Songwol-Dong

Admit it – no matter how old we get, everyone still remains a kid at heart. We recall fondly those days when we watched with rapture countless Disney films, and listened eagerly to tales of Little Red Riding Hood or the Wizard of Oz. We feel a pang of nostalgia whenever we hear the familiar strains of theme songs, and secretly smile when we see little kids prancing around in princess costumes.

Adults and kids rejoice! Did you know that South Korea has a Fairy Tale village where you can live out your fantasies? A hidden gem, the Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village is located in Incheon, a city famous for its Chinatown. The Fairy Tale Village is part of the government’s plan to revive dilapidated housing areas. – (E-Lyn Tham)

19. Hongik University Art & Fashion Street

The sea of little shops near Hongik University forms a popular shopping area called Hongdae. Cute cafes, art streets, art book shops, art galleries, and clubs, together with fashion shops, make the place a fun mecca where the young can enjoy life both day and night.

Lots of fun and young people all around, street food, shows, art, music and activities everywhere. A must-visit place especially for night life lovers- OzanKarahan

20. Trick eye museum

Ever wanted to be cooked in a cauldron, eaten by a monster or defy gravity to walk on walls and ceilings? You can do all that, and more, at Seoul’s Trick Eye Museum!

Have a blast with friends and family at this large 3D optical illusion art exhibit, where you can take crazy photos using the art technique ‘Trompe-l’oeil’ (Trick of the Eye) to create optical illusions, making flat paintings appear 3D! – Jane Galvez

21. Bibap Show

Touring Seoul Korea with family and friends was one enjoyable experience. The sites, learning about the history, the culture and the lifestyle of the Koreans, their food, dance, and music…all these were very interesting and awesome. But one thing we enjoyed most was watching very talented performers in a show entitled DELICÌOUS MUSICAL BIBAP. it was a fun-filled hilarious musical that elicited a lot of laughter and applause from the adoring audience. The actors and the music were great, but the enjoyment and happiness of everyone watching the show was undeniable! Definitely a show worth watching…a MUST SEE! – (drmbap)

22. Seoul love locks

N Seoul Tower is a romantic pilgrimage for those couples who wish to declare their eternal love, much akin to that of the Pont de l’Archevêché in Paris; But unlike the governments in Paris, New York and other cities where love locks are presently cut down, N Seoul Tower actively encourage people to leave locks in specially designated areas – even going as far to commission metal trees and hearts for this purpose – where now thousands of love locks spreading a message of love are scattered around the base of the tower. – (nicole)

23. Pyeongchang Ski Resort

Enjoy and experience the fun of skiing at the ski resort, take your time to master strokes and simply play with the snow, fully utilize the various facilities in the resort for the rest of the day.

Freme Travel offers you to go to these amazing places with our special packages and Group packages.Here is the link and from one click away you could have the dream vacation you always wanted.

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