Jeju Island is one of South Korea’s best summer destinations. With beautiful beaches, stunning natural landscapes, and all kinds of quirky sights, there’s so much to see and do in this “island of the gods.” Plan your trip and get ready for an exciting holiday – here’s where to stay in Jeju.
Like most adventures in South Korea, ours began in Seoul – an amazing city filled with delicious food, a dazzling nightscape, and lively shopping districts. The city was filled to the brim with things to see and do, it hardly made sense to head out and look for more.
But the call of the open road was strong. An hour into the road trip, any misgivings we may have about trading extra days shopping in Seoul for a road trip to some unknown were immediately dispelled. Before us were South Korea’s beautiful country roads, stunning lakes and mountains, and lovely villages.
Do you identify as: a) shopaholic? b) culture vulture? c) a creative? or d) a world citizen? No matter what your personality or tastes in travel are, there’s a neighborhood in Seoul that’s just perfect for you. This megacity caters to all kinds of travelers, and your problem won’t be the lack of choice, but the abundance of it. Don’t get overwhelmed! Take this quick and easy quiz and find out where YOU should stay in Seoul.
Join the festivities this spring as South Korea dresses in pink! See the gorgeous cherry blossoms, enjoy the vibrant atmosphere, and look forward to brighter and warmer days ahead.
Whether you’re into ancient history or Buddhist art – or just want to get away from South Korea’s bustling cities – take a day trip to Gyeongju, Korea’s ancient capital. It’s a full day of art, architecture, and nature.
Did you know that you can use phone numbers for driving in South Korea? This guide shows you how to use the Korean GPS and lists phone numbers to popular destinations.