Visiting South Korea, the Land of Morning Calm
Gyeongbokgung: The Gyeongbokgung Palace Complex was originally built in 1395 during the Joseon dynasty.
Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival: One of the most fascinating natural events in the world is celebrated every April on the islands of Jindo and Modo.
Namdaemun Market: Namdaemun Market is one of the oldest and most enduring street markets in the world.
Dongdaemun Market: For a more modern shopping experience, visitors can head to the massive Dongdaemun Market.
Cheonggyecheon: One of Seoul's many beautiful and inventive public projects is Cheonggyecheon.
Namsan Tower: Seoul's most famous and internationally recognizable landmark is without a doubt Namsan Tower.
Samjinae: Just outside of Seoul lies the quiet and picturesque village of Samjinae, which is classified as a "slow city.
Seoul Grand Park: Just south of Seoul, in the suburban city of Gwacheon, lies Seoul Grand Park, a massive nature, art.
Seoraksan National Park: Breathtaking Seoraksan National Park, the country's first national park.
Seonunsa: An ancient Zen Buddhist temple built more than 1,000 years ago, Seonunsa still houses monks to this day.