Do you know what’s considered rude in Korea? Are you interested in learning some insights into Korean etiquette, culture, and manners so that you can impress people when you travel? Want to know if you should tip in Korea? Eager to find out more about Korean culture to help you understand your favourite K-Drama?
Thinking about purchasing a Discover Seoul Pass for your trip to Seoul but not sure if it’s worth the money? Not sure about where to use the pass and what features it provides? Then check out these realistic Discover Seoul Pass itineraries and detailed guide to the Discover Seoul Pass and start planning and saving today.
Why should you stay in Hongdae? Because it’s the coolest, most exciting corner of Seoul and the best place to see live street performances, experience mouthwatering dishes, and feel the artistic vibes of Korea’s creative community. This guide will introduce you to the 10 best hotels in Hongdae, ranging from chic, modernistic luxury hotels to quirky guesthouses run by local adventurers.
Want to know where to buy a T-Money Card in Korea? Unfamiliar with how to use the T-Money Card and what the main advantages of it are? Not sure about how to pay for transportation tickets, what the fares will be, and whether you’ll have the right change? This guide to the T-Money Card, the best Korean transportation card, will solve all your problems.
Korea has a rich library of culinary delights that are sure to make your mouth water and leave you well-stuffed. From fiery BBQ to finger licking KFC (Korean fried chicken), fresh seafood, and ubiquitous kimchi. There are so many wonderful Korean dishes waiting for you. However, there are also some weird Korean foods that you might not be so familiar with.
The JW Marriott Dongdaemun Square Seoul is an impressive 5 star hotel in central Seoul, close to a number of unmissable attractions, shops, and restaurants. If you’re looking for a hotel that offers an extremely comfortable night’s sleep, convenient transportation options, and incredible views, this could be just the place for you.
Travellers to Korea in winter can see incredible sights, including snow-covered palaces, dazzling lighting festivals, and sparkling Christmas decorations. However, the true beauty of Korean winter can be seen in the small street stalls and steamy traditional restaurants selling hot Korean winter foods that power people through the cold days.