Tourist interest in South Korea is increasing in recent years. This developed and distinguished country in Asia is rich in its history, culture and delicious cuisine spread throughout the world along with its wonderful nature, so the question remains only where do we start our journey? Get to know us with amazing regions in South Korea to choose between you on your next tourist trip.
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A popular destination for visitors as it combines beaches, urban life and historical buildings. Busan is the second largest city in South Korea and is located in the southeast of South Korea. Haeundae Beach is popular with locals and tourists due to its natural beauty while there are many quieter beaches like Daedepo or Songdo. There are many shopping opportunities in the city, for example, it includes the largest retail store in the world and traditional markets.
Many visitors come to this area because of the annual Bud Festival, which begins every spring when the cherry blossoms open for a period of about 10 days. The best place to see these flowers is near Gyeonghwa Station, where miles of flowering trees stretch. The festival includes cultural and artistic performances, motorcades and attracts more than two million visitors annually.
Historic town located near the Wolchuslan National Park, which is one of the smallest parks in the country, but the most beautiful and least crowded. The town and the park offer wonderful views, about 800 meters above sea level. The town is also famous for its luxurious buildings and thriving pottery.
A semi-tropical island located in the far south coast of South Korea and is one of the largest islands in the country and includes the highest mountain, which is the ideal Hallasan to explore, organize excursions and get panoramic views of the island. At the top of the mountain lies a dormant crater, while you will see in the area many of the lava traces highlighted in the form of rock formations. Head to Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, one of the island’s most popular natural attractions, and there are also many beautiful and tranquil beaches for lovers of relaxation and relaxation.
This region lies within the administrative borders of the capital, Seoul, but they differ radically in character! In this town, you can actually go back to history in the shadow of narrow streets and traditional Korean homes. A small number of residents live in the town now, but it is filled with old buildings, which are now restaurants, guest houses, places for tea and cultural centers, which makes it an ideal place to get the atmosphere of old South Korea.
This region is located in the south of South Korea and it consists of a group of villages and small towns. Damiang visits many tourists who admire its wealth of bamboo trees, so here you can find a bamboo park and a bamboo museum. Visitors can buy various items made of bamboo or various gifts, and why not savor a funky ice cream with bamboo flavor! You can also practice hiking around the Byeongungsan and Chuwolsan mountains near Damiang.
In northwestern South Korea, this small island can be reached by boat trip to enjoy its comfortable beaches and the many activities that can be taken. The island includes a good group of hotels, guest houses and restaurants located next to sandy or rocky beaches, and there is a forest of pine trees that attract tourists to it. Visiting this island is a favorite option for many visitors to the capital, Seoul, where you can spend a full day and then return to the city.
Night scene of Busan
From Yeongam Gurim
From Jeju Island
Nature hotels in Damyang
Bamboo in Damyang
Town of Bukchon Hanok