Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is arguably one of the most popular destinations for young Filipinos. One reason could be because of the growing popularity of “K-pop” and “k-drama” in the Philippines. Coupled with that, the city is packed with countless sites to visit– from old heritage temples to modern shopping districts, Seoul is … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Seoul in South Korea ??
South Korea is a country that has a little bit of everything, from sprawling tech-savvy metropolis to the beautiful scenic countryside. Located just 2 hours away from Seoul, Gapyeong County is a rural province in South which is the home of 3 of the most famous and picturesque destinations in the country. A place that … Continue reading South Korea Day Trip: Nami Island, Petite France and Morning Calm Garden!
The Pyeongchang Trout Festival is a seasonal festival that takes place during winter in Pyeongchang, South Korea. This year, Pyeongchang marks a ceremonial milestone as it celebrates the trout festival alongside the 2018 Winter Olympics, where most of the sports venues are located. During the festival, visitors can experience and enjoy a variety of programs … Continue reading Trout Festival at the Winter Wonderland ? Pyeongchang, South Korea
(Copyright: The Pyeongchang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games) PyeongChang 208 Winter Olympics will be the kickoff series for the high-profile sporting event in Asia over the next four years, with neighboring countries Tokyo hosting the 2020 Summer Olympics and Beijing hosting the Winter Olympics in 2022. It will be the … Continue reading PyeongChang Winter Olympics Awesome Guide! @PyeongChang2018
Gyeonggi-do Province–strategically surrounding Seoul like a doughnut–is known as the ‘outer land of the kingdom’s capital’, which protects the royal palace. Today, it is one of the popular weekend destinations for Seoul residents, offering many attractions easily accessible from the capital. Here you can find vast natural landscapes like the magical Gwangmyeong cave, as well … Continue reading GYEONGGI-DO: Exploring the Korean Folk Village, Hwaseong Haenggung Palace, and Gwangmyeong Cave! @PyeongChang2018
(Copyright: The Pyeongchang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games) The city of Gangneung, one of the host cities for the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, is famous for its beaches, lakes, seafood, museums, and old houses. There are a number things you can do here–from enjoying fresh seafood at the Jumunjin … Continue reading GANGNEUNG: Attractions Near The Winter Olympic Venue! @PyeongChang2018
(Copyright: The Pyeongchang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games) See the transformation of PyeongChang into a winter sports hub in East Asia through the Winter Games! The PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics will be the first winter games in Korea held in Pyeongchang, Gangneung, and Jeongseon from February 9 to 25, 2018, … Continue reading PYEONGCHANG 2018: What to Expect In The Winter Olympics! @PyeongChang2018
Many spring festivals are happening all over Korea, but one of the most anticipated is the Cherry Blossom Festival. Every year, Gangneung hosts the Gyeongpo Cherry Blossom Festival, which usually starts early to mid-April where you’ll catch the cherry blossoms at their peak. This year the festival ran from April 6 to April 12.
Check out: KOREA TRAVEL: Filipino First Timer’s Guide to Experiencing the Real Korea 🙂 A Tourist Visa to Korea is generally FREE, but you still have to apply for it. You can get your visa in as short as 3 days or as long as a week. Here are some tips on how to apply for … Continue reading KOREAN VISA: How to Apply for South Korean Visa in Manila? @KTOManila
KOREA is very beautiful – rich with cultural traditions, unique Korean flavors, and distinct architecture. Here’s a Filipino’s First Timer’s guide to Experience the Real Korea through its Hanok Stays, Korean Food, Shopping Destinations, and Must Visit Cultural Experiences…