Whether you’ve had your travel plans postponed, want to use any extra free time to finally start planning that dream trip, or are simply looking for a new way to while away an afternoon, we’ve put together a guide to some of the top virtual resources available to help you visit Korea from home. Nothing beats an authentic, tangible travel Continue Reading . . .
Parasite still © CJ Entertainment/Curzon No purchase is necessary to participate in this competition Closing date for entries is Sunday 1st March 2020 Winners will be chosen at random from all valid entries Entrants must be UK residents and aged 18 or over Multiple entries are allowed, but each entry must be made via a separate comment (e.g. each comment Continue Reading . . .
Back in the summer of 2018, we launched an online competition asking entrants why they wanted to #VisitKorea. There were lots of prizes up for grabs including a trip for two to Seoul, and we received thousands of entries. It was wonderful to read the huge variety of reasons why everyone wanted to travel to Korea, but unfortunately there could Continue Reading . . .
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 . . .