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[Helleskitchen] Merkverdige Seoul!

Sør-Korea er et stykke “bort i veien”, men så verdt å reise til. Jeg besøkte Seoul og Busan (Sør-Koreas nest største by). Hvilken by likte jeg best? Umulig å si. I Busan får du strender, havn og verdens ferskeste sjømat. I Seoul får du storbyfølelsen med all galskap som det automatisk følger med. . . .

[Helleskitchen] Busans fantastiske fiskemarked

Det er enkelt å reise til Busan, Sør-Koreas nest største by, når man besøker Seoul. Hurtigtoget til Busan tar litt over to timer, og da er du fremme i havnebyen som blant annet er kjent for a arrangere  “The Busan International Film Festival” hvert år. . . .

[Junior Magazine] Seoul with Kids: 10 things not to miss

With a sprinkling of history mixed in with modern day living and huge skyscrapers Seoul in South Korea really is a fascinating spot to visit. And with such friendly natives, it is a prime place to take the children and introduce them to some very different cultures. They will mesmerized by the strange, but exotic and sweet tasting food and the enticing Continue Reading . . .

[Danny’s Story] Exploring Dongmun Market, Jeju

Markets are an important part of every city in Korea, and are great places to go if you want to try the local produce and taste some delicious street food. Dongmun Market is Jeju Island’s oldest market, and one of the biggest. It is open 6 days a week, closed on Sundays, and is located in Tapdong in Jeju City, Continue Reading . . .

[Independent] DMZ WALKS: HIKING TRAILS OPEN ALONG SOUTH AND NORTH KOREAN BORDER

A series of hiking routes have opened along one of the world’s most dangerous borders. The South Korean “peace trail” follows the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), the 2.5-mile-wide stretch of land that separates the republic with North Korea. The government-organised trail will open in three areas along the 160-mile-long border, in the counties of Goseong-gun and Cheorwon-gun in Gangwon-do province and Paju in Gyeonggi-do province. . . .

[Telegraph] Hiking trails set to open beside the world’s most hostile border

Hikers will soon be able to explore the infamous demilitarized zone that divides North and South Korea. This month, the South Korean government approved plans to construct three walking trails within the “DMZ” buffer, which is 2.5 miles wide, 160 miles long and has divided the two nations since 1953. The first is scheduled to open at the end of Continue Reading . . .

[Observer] Feast from the east – why Britain is surfing the Korean culture wave

From food to football, fashion to pop music, South Korea’s creative exports are making their mark. The ears of millions of young music fans have been captured by its polished pop, foodies have been tantalised by its gastronomic delights, and the country’s artists and actors are also part of a creative wave, known as hallyu, that is establishing South Korea as a major cultural Continue Reading . . .

[Danny’s Story] 5 Activities You Must Try on Jeju Island

Following on from my last post, I want to give some activities that you must try while in Jeju. The island has a lot to offer and now that summer is coming, there’s a plethora of outdoor activities to enjoy the beautiful weather. Hiking One of the most popular weekend pastimes in Jeju is hiking. Enjoyed by the locals and Continue Reading . . .