1. Seoul palace tour
The Korean capital is a city of palaces, with five ancient royal relics. Gyeongbokgung is the largest palace. The name of the palace means the palace that í blessed by heaven. Gyeongbokgung is like a complex, easy to make visitors think of the image of the Chinese Forbidden City but smaller and quiet. The 4 palaces of Changdeokgung, Cheonggyeonggung, Deoksugung, and Gyeonhuigung palaces are enough to satisfy your voyage and explore Korean history.
2. Visiting Namdaemun Market and Dongdaemun Market
Instead of joining the influx of modern shopping malls, you will definitely want to experience a memorable experience in traditional Seoul's famous bazaars such as Namdaemun Market and Dongdaemun. Both are home to a wealth of souvenirs, jewelery, shopping centers and street food. Previously, Namdaemun was a day market, while Dongdaemun was a night market. Recently, two markets have more flexible schedules.
3. Boryeong Mud Festival
The Mud Festival has become a prominent event for foreigners living and working in Korea. If you are young, you should not miss the July event. It was a wild, wild party combining beer, beautiful beach, mud therapy, and crowd searching fun hours to enjoy. The festival also organizes children's entertainment areas, markets ...
4. Jinhae cherry blossom festival
Each year in the spring, Jinhae county (Changwon city) celebrates the cherry blossom festival, attracting a large number of tourists who love cherry blossoms.
5. Seoul Tower
Namsan Tower, one of the best places in Seoul to see the whole city. Seoul Tower attracts visitors to visit, have fun with restaurants, shops, museums. Another highlight at the foot of the tower is the lock of love area, where thousands of locks hang on behalf of love couples. Whether you want to leave a lock at this place or not, you should also visit to capture some special memories.
6. Visit DMZ
A trip to Korea is not really completed without a visit to DMZ border area that divides South Korea and Korea. The well-guarded border is often the focus of the world. A trip to this tense security zone is undoubtedly an unforgettable experience in life. You should choose the tour to visit the famous Green Room, Common Security Area (JSA). The Green Room is home to diplomatic meetings and talks, where both South Korea (Republic of Korea) and North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea) soldiers are present. Set foot in the Green Room, you can think of being in both South Korea and North Korea at the same time. Each year, the JSA welcomes about 100,000 visitors.
7. Lotte World and Everland
Two huge amusement parks are good places to visit in Seoul. Whether you choose Lotte World - the world's largest indoor amusement park - or Everland where the focus of intense outdoor activities is, you'll find fun for both children and adults. Lotte World is a complex with parks, shopping centers, luxury hotels, museums, entertainment venues ... Meanwhile, Everland is in Disney park, about 30 to 60 minutes drive from Seoul. Passionate enthusiasts should try T-Express - the world's fourth fastest roller coaster, and top 10 in speed.
8. Discover a unique Seoul
The Korean capital is not only a palace and a park, but it also has countless new things to spend your time, such as the Racoon (Cafe Bear) cat, Have a coffee and play with the cute bear cats, or visit the Owl Museum, where you can watch the art of the subject from the owl. The Seoul Trick Eye Museum can be a fun option to spend a rainy afternoon recording funny pictures with friends.
9. Gangnam Style
After the “fever” of Gangnam Style (Psy), the Gangnam area became the new tourist attraction of Korea.
10. Jinju Lantern Festival
Every October, Jinju (Gyeongnam Province) turns into a city of light as thousands of lanterns float along the Namgan River. The largest lantern festival in Korea is considered to be the occasion to commemorate those killed in the Korean War - Japan before.