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Bulguksa Temple . South Korea

Bulguksa Temple . South Korea

Insadong, Seoul  (Traditional Market Place) Must see - must-see for the Seoul tourist. It’ll be your one stop shop for cool Korean stuff from long ago (i.e. tea houses, Korean antiques, Korean fans, etc.). And although it is a tourist mecca, rest assured that even local Koreans hang out here for the cool cafes, museums and food!  Gyeongbukgung Palace and the Bukchon Hanok village - nearby. http://migrationology.com/2012/05/25-things-to-do-in-seoul-south-korea/ DONE

Insadong, Seoul (Traditional Market Place) Must see - must-see for the Seoul tourist. It’ll be your one stop shop for cool Korean stuff from long ago (i.e. tea houses, Korean antiques, Korean fans, etc.). And although it is a tourist mecca, rest assured that even local Koreans hang out here for the cool cafes, museums and food! Gyeongbukgung Palace and the Bukchon Hanok village - nearby. http://migrationology.com/2012/05/25-things-to-do-in-seoul-south-korea/ DONE

An alley of Hanok-village in Jeonju, Korea

An alley of Hanok-village in Jeonju, Korea

Buyongjeong in Changdeok-Palace 창덕궁 부용정

Buyongjeong in Changdeok-Palace 창덕궁 부용정

Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul, Korea. Love this Palace and Seoul. Great shopping in Seoul.

Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul, Korea. Love this Palace and Seoul. Great shopping in Seoul.

Bongeunsa, Ganganam, Seoul - Korea.

Bongeunsa, Ganganam, Seoul - Korea.

Deoksugung Palace, in Seoul, South Korea

Deoksugung Palace, in Seoul, South Korea

Wedged between China and Japan, South Korea may not have a Great Wall or a Golden Pavilion, but it has plenty of other attractions – from nightlife that continues until dawn to Buddhist hermitages perched in places where only eagles or intrepid hikers dare. While the country was left devastated by the Korean War and is still separated from North Korea by the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), it has rebounded and, the reputation of its northern neighbour notwithstanding, is a very safe place to…

South Korea: From Seoul and Jeju to traditional villages

Wedged between China and Japan, South Korea may not have a Great Wall or a Golden Pavilion, but it has plenty of other attractions – from nightlife that continues until dawn to Buddhist hermitages perched in places where only eagles or intrepid hikers dare. While the country was left devastated by the Korean War and is still separated from North Korea by the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), it has rebounded and, the reputation of its northern neighbour notwithstanding, is a very safe place to…

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