Spellbound by a fascinating culture and blessed with a surreal landscape, a journey to South Korea is a journey into yourself. Craggy mountains, dense forests, pristine beaches and verdant rural life, South Korea is unlike any other vacation spot. From an immersive historical experience to a vibrant party culture, you can enjoy a confetti of experiences.
South Korean economy is a sweet blend of the urban and modern architecture. While the contemporary wave has hit some pockets, South Korea maintains its roots with an indefatigable grace and poise. Its welcoming gesture and warm hospitable attitude will give you a sense of contentment.
South Korea, being a relatively unexplored country, it still maintains its pristine beauty. Most of the crowd heads to its capital city, Seoul that is modern, yet steeped in history. Albeit, there are other parts with craggy mountainous ranges, unspoilt beaches and colossal caverns.
Seoul will give you the chance to explore temples, palaces, museums and traditional markets. While when you are on Jeju Island, you can just chill and relax enjoying the serene vibes and taking in blue oceanic sights. The Spirited Gardens in Jeju are the best if you are looking for a quiet place to connect with the nature. Busan, South Korea’s second largest city after Seoul, has interesting fish markets, parks and beaches. Busan has Korea's largest beach and longest river, and is home to the world's largest department store, the Shinsegae Centum City.
Best Sellers for South Korea
Explore the magic of South Korea with our specially curated packages - from romancing on beach, exploring history to treating yourself to ultra-modern technology, South Korea has it all.
Best Time to Visit
Korea is distinctly split into four seasons - spring, summer, autumn and winter. Spring lasts from April to June. During spring, the flowers are in full bloom and cherry blossoms make it a happy place to amble about.
Korean summers are hot and humid and you may find it hard to stay outside. It’s best to avoid the monsoon season. It rains annually from early July to late August. The Korean winter is long and cold. It can get harsh and transportation could be hampered.
The very best time of the year to visit is autumn which lasts from September to November. Temperatures are mild, rainfall is generally low and festivals are easy to come across.
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