Next Stop: Korea
South Korea Travel & Moving Guide
One thing many people know about South Korea – except for K-Pop and K-Drama of course – are huge tech companies like Samsung, LG, Kakao or many more. Korea has seamlessly integrated innovation and technology into everyday life. From crazy fast internet speeds to the
The South Korean flag, commonly known as the 태극기 (Taegeukgi), is a vibrant and captivating emblem that holds deep historical significance and cultural symbolism. This flag, with its bold colors and distinctive design, represents the essence of South Korea’s rich heritage and national identity. In
South Korea attracts many young travelers every year with its culture, breathtaking landscapes and modern technology. However, some people want to come to Korea not only for a few weeks vacation, but for a few months or even years. But for that, you need a
One of the first exciting steps when traveling to South Korea is making your way from Incheon Airport to the vibrant heart of Seoul. From Bus, Subway, Taxi to Rent Cars – there are multiple options you can choose from, which I will explain in
Chuseok, also known as Korean Thanksgiving, is one of South Korea’s most cherished and significant holidays. If you’re planning a visit to Seoul during Chuseok, quite some places will be closed as Koreans visit their families – similar to our Christmas holidays.. But don’t worry
South Korea became a top destination for experiencing the breathtaking beauty of fall foliage in Asia. The autumn season typically spans from late September to mid November. In this comprehensive guide, I will cover everything from the best times to visit and weather conditions to
Get to know me!
In 2021 I quit my awesome job, left my lovely family, ended a toxic relationship, sold all my stuff and left Germany to study Korean at Sogang University. Since then I traveled through South Korea a lot and shared my experiences as Next Stop Korea.
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After two years of traveling and endless hours of research, I decided to put my knowledge and tips into organized itineraries, guides and maps. I also offer consultation meetings for people that plan to move to Korea or study the language here. And if all this travel planning is too much for you and you’re looking for a personalized and hidden gem filled itinerary, check out my Itinerary Planning Service.
Seoul, Busan, Jeju or cities you may not have heard of yet – Check out my guides for the best places!