Exploring Korea


An extensive guide for people Travelling, Living In or Exploring Korea.  The capital Seoul is a huge megacity where can experience a highly technologically advanced metropolis.
Whatever your purpose is in visiting Korea we are here to help you along the way. Get out and Explore Korea more. Visit some of the top tourist destinations.

Seoul Travel Guide Busan Travel Guide Incheon Travel Guide Daegu Travel Guide Gwangju Travel Guide Daejeon Travel Guide Ulsan Travel Guide Gyeonggi-do Travel Guide Gangwon-do Travel Guide Jeollanam-do Travel Guide Jeju-do Travel Guide Jeollabuk-do Travel Guide Gyeongsangbuk-do Travel Guide Gyeongsangnam-do Travel Guide Chungcheongbuk-do Travel Guide Chungcheongnam-do Travel Guide Seoul Travel guide Incheon Travel Guide Gyeonggi-do Travel Guide Gangwon-do Travel Guide Chungcheongbuk-do Travel Guide Chungcheongnam-do Travel Guide Daejeon Travel Guide Gyeongsangbuk-do Travel Guide Daegu Travel Guide Jeollabuk-do Travel Guide Ulsan Travel Guide Gyeongsangnam-do Travel Guide Gwangju Travel Guide Jeollanam-do Travel Guide Busan Travel Guide Jeju-do Travel Guide

Click on The Seoul Guide above and come back regularly as we are putting our final touches onto our extensive guides that cover each area in Korea.

Look below for some interesting places to visit.

Five Royal Palaces of Seoul
The Five Royal palaces of Seoul are palaces that were built during the Joseon Dynasty Paeriod (1392 -1897). Nearly all of the Palaces have been destroyed over the years but the Seoul Government has rebuilt them all and they are now popular tourist destinations. All the Palaces are located in a small area in downtown Seoul. Click here to find out more information about the palace and maps on how to get there. Continue Reading —>

Visas
If you are planning to Travel, Work or Live in Korea you will need to know which visa is best for you. We provide detailed information on each visa and what documentation is needed. Continue Reading —>

Fortress Wall Gates
The Fortress wall was a wall that enclosed the old city of Seoul during the Joseon Dynasty Period. The wall was originally 18.2km in length but now stands at around 10km. To enter in and out of the Fortress walls of Seoul many gates were located at different sections of the wall. Most of these gates are still standing today. Visit the gates of Seoul. Continue Reading—>

Museums
For those wet, rainy and cold days why not visit a museum? Seoul has an abundant of Museums. Most of the museums are free and located near train stations. Visit museums such as the Kim Chi Museum, National Museum of Korea or even an Ice Gallery. Continue Reading—>

 

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