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Top 10 Ways to Enjoy Jeju Island in March! | Official Korea Tourism

Korea Tourism Organization Official website provides various information on all things about Korea. Take your time to get correct guide on each. Source: Top 10 Ways to Enjoy Jeju Island in March! | Official Korea Tourism Organization

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New Year. New Resolutions.

It's the start of a New Year and a great time to reflect on the progress you’ve made over the past year as you make your new resolutions.  It's easy to fall into a creative rut-but there’s no time like the present to challenge yourself to try new techniques in the coming year.  Perhaps you… Continue reading New Year. New Resolutions.

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Spectacular Seoul

October is peak fall foliage season, which means there is plenty of beauty happening all over Seoul and the peninsula.  Here are a few of my favorites.

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SURVIVAL TIPS FOR TRAVELERS TO KOREA : Jeju’s Public Transportation System

There are many kinds of ways to travel around Jeju Island including bus, taxi, car, motorcycle, and bike. Buses and taxis are the main method of public transportation in Jeju Island. But when the w… Source: TRAZY'S SURVIVAL TIPS FOR TRAVELERS TO KOREA : Jeju's Public Transportation System

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3 Things You Need to Know About Gwangbokjeol (Aug 15) in Korea, the Korean Independence Day

Happy Liberation Day South Korea!

광복절August 15 is one of the most meaningful days to Koreans. It is a national holiday in Korea and the National Liberation Day of Korea, Gwangbokjeol. It is celebrated every year on 15th of August, and it will be marking 71st year of Independence in 2016.

On this day, you will get to see many buildings and streets with Korean national flags called “Taegeukgi”.

1. Why is Gwangbokjeol so special?

광복절5August 15 is the day when Korea was liberated from the Japanese colony in 1945 and also when Korean government was established in 1948 after overcoming the fuss generated from the liberation.

It is the day when Japan declared unconditional surrender and the World War 2 was over, which made Korea restore its own power. ‘Gwangbok‘ means to regain the light, which perfectly describes the restoration of national independence that was lost for 36 years under the…

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The Best American BBQ in South Korea (No, Seriously) – Condé Nast Traveler

The owner of Seoul's Linus' Bama Style Barbecue brings Southern cooking across the Pacific. Source: The Best American BBQ in South Korea (No, Seriously) - Condé Nast Traveler