When you come to Korea, do not forget to visit the places below to feel the beauty of this country.
- 1 Boseong tea field (Boseong province)
- 2 Seoul Lotte Park 7017 Skygarden (Seoul)
- 3 Cheonggyecheon Stream (Seoul)
- 4 Kkotji Beach (Anmyeondo Island)
- 5 Nori Madang (Seoul)
- 6 Deoksu Palace (Seoul):
- 7 Nam San Mountain (Seoul)
- 8 Festival of Lanterns (Jinju)
- 9 Suspension Bridge Gwang-An (Busan):
- 10 Love Land Museum (Jeju Island)
- 11 Mount Seongsan (Jeju Island)
- 12 Jindo Island Walking Festival
- 13 Taeyong Salt Farm (Jeungdo Island)
- 14 National Museum (Seoul)
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Boseong tea field (Boseong province)
This tea field provides 40% of the green tea consumed by the Korean people. You can walk to see the tea trees, then to the restaurant to enjoy the specialties from green tea.
Seoul Lotte Park 7017 Skygarden (Seoul)
Located in the center of Seoul, the site used to be a bridge over the highway, then converted into a park with restaurants and children’s playgrounds. Visitors will see 50 different kinds of plants and flowers. Seoul 7017 Skygarden is considered one of the green lungs of the Korean capital.
Cheonggyecheon Stream (Seoul)
To enjoy the tranquility of the crowded metropolis, visitors should visit the Cheonggyehcon Stream. After relaxing, do not forget to walk to explore the colorful street art.
Kkotji Beach (Anmyeondo Island)
Situated 4 km from Anmyeon-eup, Kotteji Beach is the perfect place to enjoy the sunset. There are also two rocks named Hin Ta and Hin Yai.
Nori Madang (Seoul)
This is an outdoor theater with a capacity of 2,500 people. Visitors will learn more about Korean culture after watching the performances. Throughout each performance, the dancers and singers show pride in the history of the country.
Deoksu Palace (Seoul):
This work is open day and night. Tourists can walk along the stone wall, into the small garden to the golden window and dragon art gallery. Each tour lasts only 45 minutes.
Nam San Mountain (Seoul)
You can take the cable car to Nam San Mountain, or rent a motorbike to the observatory for panoramic views of Seoul.
Festival of Lanterns (Jinju)
In the 1-15 / 10 years, local people and visitors often come here for the Jinju Lantern Festival. This event was held to honor the 70,000 people who died during the Imjin War (1592-1598). At night, Jinju is flooded with colorful lights.
Suspension Bridge Gwang-An (Busan):
The bridge was completed in 2002, with two separate floors. The project is equipped with 100-color lighting system. From the bridge, visitors will enjoy panoramic mountain, sea …
Love Land Museum (Jeju Island)
This outdoor museum on Jeju Island helps you understand more about sex through sculptures. You have to spend about 2 hours to see all the statues placed on large grounds by two football pitches. This place is opened in 2014 and always attracts a lot of tourists.
Mount Seongsan (Jeju Island)
This is the place to look beautiful sunset in Korea. This mountain was formed 5,000 years ago after volcanic eruptions. Do not forget to bring a camera to capture beautiful moments in the sky.
Jindo Island Walking Festival
Once a year, visitors flock to Jindo Island to participate in this special festival. At deep tides, you can walk from Jindo Island to the nearby island without using a boat.
Taeyong Salt Farm (Jeungdo Island)
The island is not only famous for its beautiful beaches but also for its giant salt farm. Visitors can walk on wood paths and learn about salt production.
National Museum (Seoul)
Visitors to Korea can not miss the National Museum. This building is built of marble, with over 12,044 artifacts inside. When you come here, you will admire the works of art from the 6th and 7th centuries, as well as see the performances in the big hall.