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Daemyung Vivaldi Park Ski World

Whether you’re a seasoned snow bunny or new to the slopes Daemyung Vivaldi Ski World has the perfect run for every level. Some 20,000 visitors a day ride the ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 139 Reviews

Situated along an old stone road and tucked between a handful of western-style buildings, Deoksugung is the only traditional palace in Seoul’s bustling ...  Read more


4.5 star rating: Recommended 274 Reviews

Nowhere is the tension between North and South Korea more palpable than in the no man’s land known as the demilitarized zone, or DMZ. As the only divided ...  Read more

Dongbaek Island (Dongbaekseom)

Deongbeak Island (Dongbaekseom), considered one of Busan’s most scenic places, isn’t really an island at all. The former island, now connected to the Korean ...  Read more

Dongdaemun Market and Gate

Once the easternmost of four main gates to the capital city, Seoul, the Dongdaemun Gate functions today as a tourist attraction and an iconic beacon for ...  Read more

Dora Observatory

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 2 Reviews

The Dora Observatory is located at the top of Mount Dora on the South Korean side of the 38th parallel, which is the closest you can get to North Korea from ...  Read more

Everland Resort

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 5 Reviews

South Korea’s largest theme park is like the DisneyWorld of Asia, a massive complex filled with rides, food, fairy tales characters, animal shows and the ...  Read more

Gamcheon Culture Village

Gamcheon Culture Village spills down a hillside just outside of Busan in a riot of colors. The village, with nicknames like “Santorini on the South Sea” and ...  Read more

Gana Art Gallery

The Gana Art Gallery is located in the residential area of Pyeongchang-dong, in the foothills of Mount Bukhansan. It’s the largest exhibition space in South ...  Read more


Garosu-gil, meaning “tree-lined street” in Korean, is a 700-meter-long street in the trendy Gangnam neighborhood of Seoul. Just like the name suggests, the ...  Read more

Gate Gwanghwamun

Originally built in 1395 by the first Joseon king, Gwanghwamun serves as the main gate of Seoul’s Gyeongbukgung Palace, the largest of the five Joseon Dynasty ...  Read more

Gukje Market (International Market)

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

During the 1950s, refugees of war-torn Korea began opening up small shops to try to earn a living. This modest collection of shops has transformed into what ...  Read more

Gwangan Bridge

The cover star of just about every city tourism poster since it opened in 2003, Gwangan Bridge is the Golden Gate of Busan. Beautiful day or night, Gwangan ...  Read more

Gwangbokdong Street

Busan’s version of Oxford Street, Gwangbokdong Street is a true shopping mecca. Stretching from the foot of Yongdusan Park to Gukje Market, there are well ...  Read more

Gwangjang Market

Gwangjang Market, Seoul’s first and oldest covered market, was originally the place to come to buy traditional Korean clothing items, like hanbok. While the ...  Read more

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