South Korea Itinerary: 2 Weeks in the country of the “morning calm”

South Korea Itinerary: 2 Weeks in the country of the “morning calm”

South Korea is a wonderful country, diverse and culturally rich that has something to offer to all kinds of travelers: city breaks, cultural wonders or beautiful nature scenery. The country is full of contrasts, from city to city or even within the same neighbourhood. For example, you can be wandering the neon lit streets of […]

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Changdeokgung Palace and its Secret Garden: Huwon

Juhamnu Pavilion.Palace and its Secret Garden is one of the most well-preserved royal palaces from the Joseon Dynasty. The UNESCO World Heritage Site is a heaven of peace in buzzing Seoul.

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 […]

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Ikseon-dong: Strolling Seoul’s offbeat neighbourhood

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 […]

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