Just a fifty minute drive from Seoul, one of the world’s most populated cities, lies the infamous Demilitarized Zone, an imaginary border where North and South Korea have been at an intense standstill since 1953.
Bongeunsa Temple is one of the many ancient temples scattered throughout Seoul, bringing an incredible juxtaposition between traditional and modern living that can be seen clashing all around Korea today.
They say third time’s a charm, and for South Korea that’s proven to be the case, at least in terms of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The creepy genius of artist, writer and director Tim Burton has worked its way around the world from New York, Los Angeles, Melbourne, Paris and Toronto – and finally to South Korea, the last stop for his traveling exhibition.
With approximately 70% of Korea’s land area composed of mountains, it’s easy to see why many people take up hiking as a hobby or pastime activity on the peninsula.
Street foods are a favorite among locals, expats and tourists in South Korea. The most popular and beloved of these foods is Ddeokbokki.
Where pop stars, movie stars, world leaders and very, very rich people stay when they visit Korea.
Special sales, free shuttles and specialized rides — these perks make it fun to be foreign.