South Korea

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  • Jongmyo

    Jongno-gu, Seoul - The oldest royal Confucian shrine for the deceased kings and queens of the Korean Joseon Dynasty

  • Jungmun Resort

    Seogwipo, Jeju Island - The largest resort and tourist complex in South Korea that is home to various tourist spots

  • Jusangjeolli

    Seogwipo, Jeju Island - Cliffs with outstanding hexagonal column towers formed due to volcanic movements

  • KBS Studio

    Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul - A free studio tour of Korean Broadcasting System that brings us Winter Sonata, Boys Over Flowers and a lot more KPop

  • Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art

    Yongsan-gu, Seoul - A posh museum showcasing traditional and contemporary Korean art inside a modern architecture

  • Little Manila

    Hyehwa, Seoul - Sunday green tent market where Filipino products and food are sold and serves as gathering place after the Hyehwa Cathedral mass

  • Lotte World

    Songpa-gu, Seoul - The world's largest indoor theme park which consists of 4 Adventure floors and an outdoor amusement park called Magic Island

  • Manjanggul Lava Tube

    Gujwaeup, Jeju City - A cool, figuratively and literally, World Heritage site featuring the largest known lava column in the world

  • Mecenatpolis

    Hapjeong, Seoul - A residence and shopping mall complex just outside the train station

  • Moonlight Rainbow Fountain of Banpo Bridge

    Yongsan, Seoul - The world's longest and most colorful bridge fountain

  • Namdaemun Market

    Jung-gu, Seoul - It is the oldest and largest market in Korea

  • Namiseom

    Nami Island, Chuncheon - You need to secure a 'passport' to enter in the so called Nami Republic, famous being the main shooting site for Winter Sonata.