Sponsored: South Korea – The Land of Everything

From ancient temples to modern amusement parks, the country has much to offer. Powered by TUI.  
Seoul at night
Seoul is often called the City of Skyscrapers. Photo Courtesy: Korea Tourism Organization

Often called the “Land of the Morning Calm”, South Korea boasts of picturesque landscapes and years of culture and history.  There is something for everybody within the borders of this peninsular land. Adventure lovers can trek through the trails of Jeju Island, which has 26 routes in total (21 main routes, and five sub-routes) and each route offers unique views of Jeju Island’s beautiful landscapes. Or they could hike through Gyeonggi-do, a hiking trail connecting the forest paths and villages along the foothills of Bukhansan Mountain and Dobongsan Mountain in Bukhansan National Park. And for those who love the best of both worlds, Seoul, the capital, offers a bit of everything: from vivacious culture to a non-stop nightlife.

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Inside Gyeongbuk Palace

An inside view of Gyeongbuk Palace, Seoul. Photo Courtesy: Korea Tourism Organization

Seoul for the soul

The capital, Seoul, captures every bit of the country’s energy. Often called the City of Skyscrapers, and the home to a lot of temples and grand palaces, Seoul has everything for a traveller’s soul.  The popular Buddhist temple, Bongeunsa, and the beautiful Changdeokgung, one of the five palaces built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty are of much fame. Shopaholics can browse around Myeondong Street. Seoul is the perfect package for a short and sweet stay. TUI gives you the perfect itinerary for a quick Seoul visit.

Amusement Parks Galore

Seoul’s Lotte World is the home to an ice skating rink, music shows, fantasy parades and a folk museum, fit for all ages. If that isn’t enough, hop over to the Everland Theme Park, a wonderland divided into five sections, each with activities of its own, including a wooden roller coaster, a safari world and skyway chairs. TUI gives you a quick glance of these family-friendly spots, making South Korea destination much loved by children and adults alike.

Bibimbap (rice with vegetable and meat), a popular Korean dish. Photo Courtesy: Korea Tourism Organization

Bibimbap (rice with vegetable and meat), a popular Korean dish. Photo Courtesy: Korea Tourism Organization

Imagine your own Korea

South Korea is a great getaway for all kinds of holidays. Tour through Yeonnam-dong, Seoul’s trendiest neighborhood that will please your hipster heart, or take the Michelin food trail, that features the best of the best, to satiate the hungry soul. And join the festivities with its beautiful Lotus Lantern festival or frolic in the romantic spring festival of Jinhae Gunhangje. The possibilities are endless and you can plan it all to your fancy.

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