Autumn is the perfect time to visit Korea: mild weather, festivals galore, and most importantly, stunning foliage. Every year around September, a foliage forecast is released to enable both residents and visitors to plan visits to the nation’s top leaf-peeping spots at the best possible times. However, with a total of 22 national parks on offer in Korea, each with Continue Reading . . .
1. It’s cheap! Gap years are all about shoestring travel and getting the most bang for your buck, and a trip to Korea isn’t going to break the bank. A night in a hostel in Seoul can start from as little as £7, and a delicious meal can easily be found for less than a fiver – but if you Continue Reading . . .