South Korea has become a popular travel destination for Indonesians in recent years (K-pop and K-drama had a lot to do with that, we reckon), and travel to the land of BLACKPINK will likely get a whole lot easier for Indonesian passport holders in the near future.
The Sosu Seowon, built in 1543, was attended by aspiring civil servants and taught the works of Chinese sages, including Confucius and Mencius.
If you really want to get a taste of South Korea, book a few nights in one of its temples…
A photo exhibition is being held at the Korean Cultural Centre in Hanoi to introduce beauty and history of Baekje Historic Areas, a UNESCO world heritage site.
A photo exhibition was opened at the Korean Cultural Center in Hanoi on November 4 to introduce South Korea’s Baekje Historic Areas, a 1,500-year-old historical site that has been recognized by UNESCO as world heritage.
Go beyond Seoul and Busan and consider these less-travelled islands that are full of unique, natural wonders…
The Republic of Malta, a small Southern European island country, is not well-known among Korean travelers, and many are even unaware of its existence. To better promote the beauty of Malta to Koreans, the Malta Tourism Authority held the 2019 Product Seminar together with Italy’s flagship carrier Alitalia, at the Westin Chosun Seoul, Tuesday.
A fan of K-Beauty heads to Seoul to experience the hotbed of skincare and 24-hour clothing-optional spas along with K-Pop and Korean fried chicken.
It’s officially known as Seoul Special City—and a soaring number of U.S. visitors are discovering why.
S. Korea now has 14 world heritage sites…
From a street full of IG-worthy cafes to leisurely strolls around scenic parks and beaches, you’ll never be bored in Busan!
Collecting stamps to learn about the kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty’s 500-year-long history and receive small gifts. This is one of the programs the Cultural Heritage Foundation has put together to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the royal tombs being designated as UNESCO World…
Kingdom combines an intriguing storyline with breathtaking sites and sceneries.
Changdeokgung Palace was listed as a UNESCO world heritage site in 1997 and is regarded as a masterpiece of architecture where the buildings are in harmony with the natural settings.