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As in most other countries too March brings the spring to South Korea! People spend more time outside, the weather gets a bit warmer and most importantly: The Spring Blossom Season starts! Visiting Korea in March is always a good idea and even if you

This is your ultimate companion to experiencing the beauty of cherry blossoms in South Korea. This comprehensive guide gives you all the information you need to plan your perfect cherry blossom trip, from the forecasted dates for 2024, the best viewing spots in Seoul and

You probably heard, that South Korea isn’t a country people would recommend during winter. And if you’re extremely sensitive to cold, then yep – that might be true.. But IF you’re looking for a winter wonderland with fun activities, amazing winter destinations and good winter

Get ready to dive into the Korean winter wonderland in January! Despite many other Travel Guides I actually think that winter can be an amazing time to visit South Korea: It’s much cheaper and less crowded than the most popular seasons, but still offers endless

Seollal, the Lunar New Year’s Day, is one of South Korea’s most important holidays and a vibrant and culturally rich celebration. In 2024 Seollal falls on February 10. This annual festivity is a time for families to come together, pay respects to ancestors, and engage

Since the Korean Government announced the new Workcation Visa in January 2023 Digital Nomads around the world are waiting for more details.. And now it’s finally time! On December 29th the Ministry of Justice announced more infos which I will share and explain in this

Jeju Island, a picturesque paradise off the southern coast of South Korea, is a haven for nature enthusiasts, adventure seekers, and those seeking a peaceful escape from Korea’s big cities. While the island boasts stunning landscapes and a rich cultural heritage, your choice of accommodation

As Seollal – Korean New Year, usually in February – is one of the main holidays for Koreans, the New Years Evening on December 31st is usually just celebrated among the younger generation by going to clubs or bars. I will share the most famous

I especially love South Korea for its dynamic blend of modernity and tradition, especially because they successfully preserved their amazing cultural and natural heritage. So I was not surprised when I found out, that Korea actually has a remarkable collection of 16 UNESCO World Heritage

Andong, situated in the southeastern part of South Korea, is a city steeped in tradition and history. Known for its well-preserved cultural heritage, Andong offers visitors a unique glimpse into Korea’s rich past. In this blog post, I’ll let you know everything you should know

If you happen to be in Seoul during Christmas, you might have realized already, that Christmas in South Korea is celebrated very differently to what we are used to in Western Countries. So for you to still have a unique and memorable Christmas experience during

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

If you’re interested in learning Korean in South Korea, then this video is perfect for you. In this blog post, I’ll give you a brief overview of the D4 visa, which is specifically designed for people who want to study the language at a Korean

South Korea – a land of rich traditions, modernity and breathtaking landscapes, known for K-Pop, Korean Drama, Technology, Skin care, Fashion and so much more. It became a favorite Travel destination for tourists all over the world offering an unforgettable travel experience. So in this

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

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

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

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

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

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