March 30, 2020.Reading time 24 minutes.
Changdeokgung Palace and its Secret Garden is located in Jongno-gu district in Seoul. It is situated east of Gyeongbokgung Palace, about 20 minutes walk – so you can visit both palaces. The palace was Joseon’s kings’ favourite and has many characteristics of the Three Kingdom of Korea. Its architecture is thought to be in perfect […] Read More
March 3, 2020.Reading time 23 minutes.
Explore Gyeongju, the ancient capital of South Korea during the Silla Kingdom. Whether you are planning a day trip or a longer getaway, there will be enough attractions to fill your itinerary. Check out the many things to do in Gyeongju, a city known as the “museum without walls”. Read More
January 31, 2020.Reading time 13 minutes.
Ikseon-dong (in Korean, 익선동) is a trendy area for young Seoulite as well as international tourists. We were lucky to stumble into this arty portion of traditional Insadong. If you are looking for Instagram-able cafes and tea-houses, Ikseondong is for you. You might have to battle with tourists in some areas to take photos of […] Read More
January 18, 2020.Reading time 18 minutes.
Jeju Island is South Korea’s largest island. Referred to as the Hawaii of Korea, the island boasts some of the most scenic sights: Mt Hallasan and the trio of waterfalls, to name a few. The island was formed following the eruption of the dormant volcano Hallasan about 2,000 years ago. Jejudo is a popular destination […] Read More
January 10, 2020.Reading time 33 minutes.
South Korea’s island of Jeju Island is the perfect stop for nature lovers. Jeju (Jeju-do in Korean) with its tropical climate offers travelers breathtaking cliffs, inactive volcanoes, countless hikes opportunities, fresh food and unique culture. Read More