South Korea sightseeing.
The neon-lit streets in Seoul, the pristine Jeju-si Island, the hipper beach of Busan, the Buddhist Temple of 14th century and the mesmerizing hanok architecture holds a plethora of amazing experiences. Get ready to prepare your bucket list so that you don’t miss out on any of the amazing experiences that this country holds.
Taste the Culinary Delights
The rich food culture of Korea will revive your taste buds. Do you want to taste the delicacies of Korea? You must taste Bibimbap which is their traditional dish. It contains meat, eggs and freshly cooked vegetables along with rice. Your trip cannot be complete without Kimchi (fermented cabbage) and Korean BBQ. Take some home with you as the markets carry all types of Kimchi.
Walking & Sightseeing Tour
You can take a walk around the beautiful city ‘Seoul’ to see the extravagance and humdrum of city life. It is a dynamic city that offers a bunch of amazing sightseeing tours. One can visit the Joseon Dynasty Palace, museums and the traditional Hanok village.
The K-pop culture and popular spots of the renowned Korean Drama Series can be seen here. One can just walk around the city and experience all the bliss that it has to offer.
The Magnificent Gyeongbokgung Palaces and Changdeokgung
The Grandeur of Gyeongbokgung palaces and Changdeokgung must be witnessed once in a lifetime. Built by Joseon dynasty, the Gyeongbokgung Palace or the Eastern Palace is the largest. The Secret Garden here has around 56000 trees. These lush-green areas include the white oak, plum, walnut, maple, zelkova and ginkgo.
Other must-visit spots are the Hyangwonjeong Pond and the Gyeonghoeru Pavilion.
The Traditional Hanok Village
The Bukchon Hanok Village and Namsangol Hanok Village have charming alleyways and its traditional architecture is a true delight to the eyes. It has small houses known as Hanok. These are the true reflection of Korean culture.
Street Hunt in South Korea
The Insa Dong Street in the capital city (Seoul) is famous for Street artists, card tricks and juggling. It has amazing restaurants, cafes, shops, art galleries, boutiques, tea shops and a multitude of authentic souvenirs for the tourists.
Hongdae has amazing boutiques, shops and the trendiest pieces of the K-pop vulture. The Hongdae Free Market is set up every Saturday from March to November. The Hongik Children’s Park is the major centre of this market.
Shop till You Drop
Meyongdong is a very busy area in Seoul. It has high-end boutiques to get you the trendy pieces. There are thousands of outlets selling Korean skin care. The Gangnam Street is best for cosmopolitan things. Remember the hit song? It has the best eateries and fashion apparels in the high-end restaurant, cafés, malls and boutiques.
Must-Visit Museums to Focus on New and Old Korean Cultures
National Museum, National Folk Museum, Agricultural Museum, and National Museum of Korean Contemporary History are the best museums in Korea. Lotte World Amusement Park should be another spot in one’s bucket list.