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South Korea is filled with countless places that offer peaceful, magical, and thrilling experiences. Whether you're traveling alone, with friends, family, or loved ones, we think you might love some of these attractions!



102 Daegongwongwangjang-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Seoul Grand Park is a park complex that facilitates hills and hiking trails, Seoul Grand Park Zoo, Children's Zoo, a rose garden, Seoul Land amusement park, and the Seoul Museum of Modern Art. The attractions all have separate admission fees, so you can pick and choose which attractions you want to visit.

The Seoul Zoo has more than 3000 animals from 330 species, and it aims to provide an ideal environment for animals to grow and live as well as exhibit, preserve, and research rare animals and educate the public.

The gardens boast a collection of over 41,000 plants from 1,262 different species. The greenhouse preserves and exhibits tropical and subtropical plants that are not found in Korea.

Find out more here!

Suwon Hwaseong Fortress

320-2 Yeonghwa-dong, Jangan-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

Incheon's Chinatown came into being with the opening of Incheon Port in 1883 and Incheon's designation as an extraterritoriality of the Ching dynasty in the following year. In the past, the area held many stores trading goods imported from China, but currently, most Chinese businesses in the area are restaurants.


Today, the residents of Chinatown are mostly 2nd or 3rd-generation Chinese, descendants of the early Chinese settlers.  The area harbors many of the flavors of China, while the traditional culture of the first generation remains well preserved.

It is the ideal place to try some great Chinese & Korean food while being surrounded by a beautiful and peaceful environment.