South Korea

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  • Geommeolle

    Udo Maritime Park, Jeju - More known as the Rocks of the Black Beach, where people can ride a speedboat to check the cave of the cliff

  • Gimnyeong Maze Park

    Gujwaeup, Jeju City - A human-made labyrinth in the shape of Jeju Island forming seven images within the maze

  • Godabang Cat Cafe

    Hongdae, Seoul - Get invited by a lazy Garfield mascot in the street to visit the cafe filled with cats

  • Gwanghwamun Square

    Jongno-gu, Seoul - Features the gigantic statues of Admiral Yi Sun-sin and King Sejong the Great of Joseon Dynasty

  • Gyeongbokgung

    Seoul - Greatly Blessed by Heaven, the largest and the grandest palace in South Korea

  • Hagosudong Beach

    Udo Maritime Park, Jeju - Yet another beach in Udo Island, but this time, white sand and filled with flock of families

  • Heunginjimun

    Jongno-gu, Seoul - Called with several names such as Dongdaemun, Great East Gate, or the Gate of Rising Benevolence

  • Hongjodangoe-haebin Beach

    Udo Maritime Park, Jeju - The famous beach in Udo Island for its coral sand

  • Imjingak

    Paju - The park has many statues and monuments immortalizing the Korean War

  • Jeongbang Waterfall

    Seogwipo, Jeju Island - The only waterfall in Asia that falls directly in the ocean.

  • Jogyesa

    Jongno-gu, Seoul - One of the main Buddhist temples in South Korea

  • Joint Security Area

    Panmunjom - The only portion of the Demilitarized Zone where South and North Korean forces stand face-to-face