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Official Korea Tourism Organization

Official Korea Tourism Organization

Seoul business traveller's guide Lunch at the Seoul Financial Center IkiIki Japanese restaurant Though Seoul is awash in excellent Korean restaurants, navigating its distinct cuisine can be tricky. Recognizing this, the Seoul Financial Center (Taepyeongro, Junggu, next to the Best Western Hotel, tel. +82 2 3783 0112) in the heart of downtown, came up with the neat solution of packing its bottom two floors with an array of upscale Korean and international eateries. Entertain or be entertained at Bamboo House Bamboo House Set in a modern, Guggenheim-esque structure in Yeoksam-dong, Bamboo House (tel. +82 02 566 0870) combines the finest traditions of Korean barbecue restaurants with the somewhat rarer pleasures of a multilingual staff, an excellent wine list and a series of private rooms for meetings and business dinners. After-hours beer and brat fest at Bärlin Bärlin German restaurant Shilla Hotel: A 5-star golden oldie Shilla Hotel Break out the company platinum card for Pierre The man himself, Pierre Gagnaire Hamilton Shirts

50 beautiful places to visit in Korea Some 25 million South Koreans -- about half the population -- travel abroad at least once a year, but it’s safe to assume that most haven't seen all the beautiful sights within the country. Seoul only takes up a mere 0.6 percent of South Korea's territory: here are 50 stunning photographs from the other 99.4 percent of the country that are all worth a visit. Here are the flowery spring landscapes, sandy beaches, rocky mountains and quietly stunning historic sites on your new Korean travel bucket list. And just in case you were wondering, they are in no particular order. Feel free to add some suggestions of your own in the comment box at the end of the article. 1. Cue the cinematic music. A UNESCO world heritage site, the peak is famous for many things, including numerous rare plant species, but is best known for the magnificent sight of the sun rising over it (hence the name). 1 Seongsan-ri, Seongsan-eup, Seogwipo, Jeju Special Self-Governing Province (제주특별자치도 서귀포시 성산읍 성산리 1번지) 2. 3. 4. 5.

Myanmar Tourism Promotion Board Jeonju City Culture Tour Discovering KoreaDiscovering Korea - Korea travel and culture 33 beautiful islands to visit in Korea Fact: If you tried to visit one Korean island a day, it would take you more than nine years to get to them all (there are 3,358 officially affirmed islands off the South Korean coast). While most travelers in the region have most likely heard of Jeju, Korea’s most famous island and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature, the seas surrounding the peninsula are peppered with lesser-known islands with spectacular views and awesome fishing. For more information and directions to the islands, try searching for each island on the Visit Korea website, or calling Dasan Call Center (02-120) once you're in the country. 1. Magic? Many are familiar with Moses dividing the Red Sea, but this biblical story has its own, more scientifically plausible version on Seonjaedo. At low tide, the ocean parts to reveal a sandy path from Seonjaedo to the smaller satellite island of Mok. 2. The entire ocean may be filled with salt, but some islands are just better at getting the stuff out of it. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Wonderful Indonesia - Official Indonesia Tourism and Travel Information Discovering KoreaUNESCO Sites - Discovering Korea , Posted by Matt in ALL DESTINATIONS, Art & Culture, Festivals & Holidays, Historic Korea, Seoul, UNESCO Sites, 7 Comments When the Joseon Dynasty was founded in 1394, the Jongmyo Royal Shrine was built to honor its royal family. Each May, these rites are open to the public. Continue Reading... South Korea general overview