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Top 10 Places to Visit in South Korea - top 10 korean skin care products

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-11-11
Top 10 Places to Visit in South Korea  -  top 10 korean skin care products
Are you going on vacation, vacation or work in Korea?
Maybe you're a big fan of K.
Pop music, want to join the Korean stream.
Or maybe you teach English in Korea or come to work as an engineer.
You came to the right place!
This website has all the information you need to travel to Korea.
Travel from Jeju Island to DMZ and learn about traveling in amazing Korea.
I have lived in Korea for 10 years and worked as an English teacher in several universities, I have done a lot of weekend and holiday tourists in Korea and travel around this holidaythe-
Tourist destination.
Korea is a beautiful place with lots of Mountains, temples, delicious food and kind people.
You can shop until you're in ultra-
Luxury stores, take high-
High speed trains, or one of the many restaurants and clubs to eat and drink all night.
I 've only listed the best places to go in Korea so you don't waste your time on mediocre things.
I have a lot of tips to help you get around Korea and see the best places in all styles.
Here are the travel tips and top attractions when traveling in Korea, which will help you get out of the routine.
It will be an unforgettable trip!
Seoul: perfect combination of ancient and extreme
If you want to know what to do or where to go in Seoul, you come to the right place!
Seoul is one of the most dynamic cities in the world.
The capital of South Korea is a metropolis with a population of 20 million and has one of the largest subway systems in the world.
This is a fascinating combination of old and new, super
Modern apartment complex mixed with 1000-year-
Ancient temples and palaces.
Koreans like to eat and drink, and there are delicious, cheap restaurants and restaurants in every corner (beer-and-
Chicken Bar) open in the early morning.
The people here like to sing, and in order to finish one night, they often go to Norre
Bang (singing room ).
After a few nights in South Korea, you will understand why it is called "land of peace in the Morning": The streets are surprisingly silent until midnightmorning.
If shopping is your business, you can get everything here: from Apgujeong, Myeongdong and the most luxurious brands in Jiangnan to some excellent deals in the South Gate or Dongdaemun Market
For some culture, go to some nice restaurants in Insadong, tea
Shop and souvenir shopping.
Go to Hongda to see the nightlife and explore the youth culture of Korea. 1.
Buy a subway card.
You can buy at a convenience store such as a Family Mart or at a ticket window at a subway station.
You can charge it and then swipe the card to the metro and bus instead of counting your change and then wait in line at the ticket machine.
In addition, transfers between the subway and the bus can save money. 2.
South Korea has more places besides Seoul, so enjoy it for a while, but try to get into the countryside of South Korea.
This is a beautiful place! 3.
If you want cheap souvenirs, stay away from Insadong.
Although this is a good place to walk around with tea, it is really expensive.
The same thing, as long as it is cheaper, you can go to the south gate or the East Gate Market. 4.
If you want to experience authentic, cheap and delicious food, you can enjoy some street food.
Great Market in downtown Seoul and Insadong/Zhong Lu have some good options.
My favorite is Deokbeokki (spicy rice cake), you can add all kinds of things on it (boiled eggs, deep
Fried fish. cake). 5. Agoda.
Review the comments carefully in order to find what you want.
Jeju Island: Hawaii, South Korea! A semi-
Jeju Island is located on a tropical island south of the mainland. it is indeed a beautiful paradise.
The highest mountain in South Korea, Hanna Mountain, is a challenging mountain. day hike.
Waiting for you at the top of the mountain is spectacular views and dead volcano crater.
There are white sandy beaches in every corner and spectacular scuba diving in the south near Seogwipo.
Be sure to take a look at some of the tubes of the crater, which are huge caves formed by the retreat of lava from the eruption of Mount Haina volcano. 1.
Don't worry about booking hotels in advance unless you want to stay at luxury hotels such as Hyatt House.
There are plenty of rooms available even during peak season.
I like to live in "Yeogwan" or "Minbaks" who are family --
Small motel
Very cheap, around $30 per night and comfortable. 2.
Make sure to get maps from the airport's travel information.
On your trip to Jeju island, it will prove itself priceless! 3.
It's not that easy or convenient to get around the island by public transport, so rent a bike, scooter or car if possible and use the "Coastal Highway ".
"It's so beautiful! 4.
Be sure to try some \ "Jung-
Shik "means" daily special "or" Daily Plate ".
It is usually cheap (about 5000 won) and delicious.
You will always get some rice, soup, and then various side dishes.
Just check out the place with a taxi outside and you'll know it's a great place!
South Korea is full of mountains and hiking is the most popular weekend event.
Songnissan National Park in central South Korea is one of the most spectacular mountains.
The North Pu Temple, which has a huge statue of the Golden Buddha, is a good start for any hike.
There are many restaurants and families in this mountain village.
Where can you sleep at night.
Half-mountainside is a cottage called Birosanjang, where you can find some authentic wilderness, which is very rare in Korea. And the hiking!
Not that difficult but with amazing views! 1.
Be sure to taste some mountain food at the foot of the mountain.
My favorite is Pajeon (onion pancake) and Beo-
Pork with mushrooms ). 2.
Be sure to check the "am" section-
The road up the mountain.
The monks lived there for a long time, usually very hospitable.
Once I had a meal and talked to one of them for hours. 3.
Don't worry about booking your stay in advance.
There are thousands of rooms at the foot of the Minbaks (host family) or hotel.
Even on the busiest weekend, they never had enough. 4.
Don't worry too much about snacks and drinks while hiking.
There are a lot of small sheds selling things, including my favorite Pajeon (onion pancakes ).
Seoul National Park is the most famous national park in Korea.
It's outside the fishing village of shucao, in the northeast corner of Gangwon RoadDo.
In the autumn season, half of South Korea seems to be climbing the mountain.
In addition, there are some luxurious gambling resorts, lazy rivers, bungee jumping and beautiful beaches in the area.
There are some good ski resorts in winter.
You can spend a week or two exploring the place, so be sure to have a few days. 1. Rent a car.
You can see a lot from the bus route.
Travel during vacation
Rush Hour (departure at five o'clock A. M!
If you came from Seoul
If you leave at ten o'clock A. M. on Saturday morning, you will encounter a lot of traffic jams. 2.
Like the busy roads during the rush hour, the mountain has become crowded.
Try to hit it from the prime location
On the weekend because you will experience a line
This is not ideal when you are hiking. 3.
If you go hiking, especially in spring, summer or fall, get up early (at Sunrise ).
The weather will be much colder and you will not climb in the middle of the day.
You can have the whole mountain yourself.
Rich Historical Relics!
Qingzhou is the capital of the new dynasty before 2000, with cultural relics in every corner.
You can stay here for a few months and see nothing.
Whether you're walking down the street or hiking on a local hill, you can't escape history.
The best way to visit these attractions is to rent a bike, buy a convenient tourist map and enjoy your day. 1.
Be sure to take some time to relax.
There are so many attractions that are easily caught trying to see them.
Find some off-the-shelf paths and enjoy the journey and destination. 2.
Don't take a bus to Gyeongju.
You will be shuttled from place to place, captured a photo and taken to the next place.
Go by yourself (it's easy) so you can have a good time there. 3.
Although busy during the cherry blossom season (usually early April), Qingzhou is a spectacular place to visit during this period.
Be sure to go to Lake bormon and rent a bike around the lake.
It took about two hours and only 5000 won.
Anton is a small city in the southeast corner of China.
It is famous for its food.
It's just a food street near the train station. every turn, delicious food is waiting for you.
The highlight of the city is Hajo folk village.
It takes the mask dance that happens every weekend and two-week-
They hold long festivals every autumn.
Best of all, you can spend the night in a traditional house in the village. 1.
Although you can visit Anton during the mask festival, I find it more enjoyable to visit the city at other times.
It's not that busy but more peaceful and relaxing.
Also, you won't have any difficulty in transportation or finding accommodation. 2.
Be sure to try some "Andong Jimdalk" (spicy soy-sauce chicken).
This is their famous specialty and superdelicious!
The DMZ is the border between North and South Korea.
Less than 100 km kilometers from Seoul.
S. , South Korean and North Korean soldiers are armed as tensions arise.
You can't travel here on your own, but have to take part in a trip that will take you to the tunnels dug in the north, trying to sneak into the South without being discovered.
You will also visit one overlooking and see what's going on the other side.
See if there's anything surreal.
Not all tours are equal.
Some people go more places than others.
USO people often have a waiting list and have good reasons to join them.
Do a research before choosing.
The former capital of Baji Kingdom, Buyo and gonju is hidden in the center of chunnamu province.
It is full of cultural relics before 2000.
There are tombs, forts and temples in every corner.
The best way to do sightseeing is to drive, so either rent one or find a Korean friend to take you there. 1.
It's best to go by bike, motorcycle or by car in these places.
Please, borrow, steal!
Or, rent a taxi to take you to the sights. 2.
If you have your own means of transport, it is entirely possible to see these two places in one day.
If not, choose one and have a relaxing trip.
Deokjeok Island: beach paradise for expats!
Deokjeok Island is a 2-
Take the ferry from Renchuan port for one hour.
You can camp on the beach or stay at a local motel.
This is a beautiful, secluded place where you can find your own beach throughout the day.
The best part is to have a drink on the beach at night, with a bonfire and fireworks. 1.
Don't bring too much if you go camping.
You can buy some basic food to cook, or even a small BBQ, charcoal, etc. 2.
During peak periods (such as long weekends in summer), it is difficult to get ferry tickets at the door.
Find a Korean to help you book in advance and make your trip a success.
The second largest city in Busan, South Korea, is the southeast corner,
There are many attractions for you to stay for a few days, but the biggest attraction is haiyuntai Beach, where there are groups of Koreans coming to enjoy the summer. 1.
Haeundae is very popular and crowded, but other beaches here are also good.
My favorite is Matsushima, Songjiang and dardabo.
Some of the more relaxing time to get off is off the beaten track. 2.
When you are in Busan, check out the Busan shark diving.
This is an experience worth remembering! 3.
Take the KTX (bullet train ).
It's fast and cheap. 4.
Want to know where Busan is?
My recommendation is Seomyeon.
It is very central and a great base for exploring.
Also, it's at the intersection of two main subway lines, so you never have to worry about getting to a place quickly, cheaply and conveniently.
There are plenty of restaurants, bars and shopping places so you will be spoiled!
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