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Myeongdong District : the endless popular shopping area

As usual, Seoul is crowded with millions of tourist this year.  Thanks to the Hallyu phenomenon, and various others factors, Korea’s global recognition has increased these past years.  This has lead her to place among the favorite destination in tourist’s hearts. Then why Myeongdong district is  famous for ? Myeongdong district: Tourists’ favorite […]

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Banpo Bridge and its colorful rainbow fountain attraction

Creating a real uproar among the tourist all over the world every year, the Banpo bridge rainbow fountain is a site you must see while visiting Korea. Often compared to a rainbow in the sky, this truly charming place overlooks the Han River and connect […]

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The DMZ : Symbol of a divided Nation

Korea is surely the only country with such a marked division of its territory. The DMZ originates from the end of World War II, when the peninsula was split at the 38th parallel by the Soviet Union and the United States as they drove Japan […]

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Hongdae : The cradle of Korean underground culture

Hongdae! If you know a bit about Korea, you must have heard this name before. Don’t you?! Then let me present you one of the trendiest neighborhood of Seoul city. The area is located in Mapo-gu in the western end of Seoul, stretching from Seogyo-dong […]

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Gyeongju City : Between Past and Present

Often referred as the historical city, Gyeongju is an archaeological land full of evidence of the past. Indeed, for a long time, the city has been the capital during Shilla Dynasty period (BC 57-935). Today, after around a thousand years, remaining of history has been […]

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Korea traditional markets : unique places

Korea traditional markets are hidden gems! Clothes, fabric, food, electronics stuff, no markets miss these products. Huge and most of the time crowded, these markets reflect well the local lifestyle of Koreans. They are often located in residential neighborhoods or also around grand palaces and historical […]

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