S.Korea, Seoul, Samcheong-dong, Buchon Hanok Village

Seoul, Samcheng-dong, Anguk Station (Line 3), exit 1 This is one beautiful part of Seoul that will simply take your breathe away. This hilly neighborhood is a hidden gem and is next to Changdeokgung and Gyeongbokgung. Within this neighborhood, you will visit the beautiful Bukchon Hanok Village, this is a residential area and within the…

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S.Korea, Seoul Palaces

Seoul Palaces are Changdeokgung Palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, Changyeonggung Palace, Jongmyo Shrine Seoul, a city of more than 10 million population, the capital of S.Korea. The capital is the heart of the country economy, you can feel the vibrancy of the city 24hrs. The city is fully wired and wi-fi is commonly available in most…

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S.Korea, Gongju, 공주

Gongju, located south of Chungcheong province, once the capital of Baekjie Kingdom in AD 475. Takes about 2.5hr from Seoul by intercity express bus. Gongju is a relatively small town. The Gonju National Museum, Tomb of King Muryeong and Gongsanseong fortress are worth visiting while in Gongju.  Gongsanseong fortress is just across the Intercity & Express…

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S.Korea, Suwon,수원

Suwon, Suwon Station, appx 1hr by subway Line 1.  Suwon is located south of Seoul and is a perfect for 1-day trip from Seoul.  It is only 1hr by subway. When you are out of the train station, pop into the Tourist Information Centre located right next to the subway. You can get some information…

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S.Korea, Busan 부산, Haedong Yonggunsa Temple해동 용궁사

Haedong Yonngunsa Temple, Haeundae Station, transfer Bus NO. 181. Alternatively which is recommended, take a cab from the station, it takes about 10-15mins and does not cost much. The temple is the only temple that was built by the sea on coastal rock overlooking the sea. Unlike those temples built in the mountains in other…

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