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Top 10 Buddhist temples in Korea that you have to visit

Don’t you know there are 900 traditional Buddhist temples in South Korea? Buddhist temples are an important part of the Korean landscape. You can visit the temples for a short-time during our tour or join a temple-stay program on your own which lets you experience the life of Buddhist practitioners. […]

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10 Best adventure activities in Korea

Oneday Korea has been the number one of ”Outdoor Activities in Seoul” since 2015 on TripAdvisor. To help the travelers find the adventure activities in Korea, we always visit many unique places and try to find something new everyday. Check-out the Best adventure activities in […]

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Cope in hot weather in Korea – Korean Summer Soups

The Summer in Korea starts in June and lasts until September, the temperatures is about 22° C to 32° but you can feel hotter because it is very humid. From the beginning of July to early September, South Korea experiences its monsoon season bringing heavy rains or […]

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Kimchi Making Experience

Kimchi is Korea’s national dish and an essential part of every meal. It might smell a bit strong but don’t be hesitant! In fact, Kimchi is fermented cabbage in a delicious mix of spicy pepper flakes, garlic, chives, onions and more. As it ferments, it […]

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Discover Korea’s Secret Landscape – Rice Terraces in Namhae

Gacheon Daraengi Village in Namhae is famous for terraced rice paddies on a steep hill, it is not beautiful than the one in Vietnam and Bali, but the rice paddies make up 108 steps and it is a gorgeous place for photos. The rice paddies […]

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Instagram Hot Spot – Jeju Camellia Hill

Camellia Hill is Asia’s largest camellia arboretum. The Arboretum has 6,000 camellia trees of 500 different species originating from 80 countries around the world. You can smell the scent of camellia flowers as the arboretum possesses 6 of 8 scented camellia species. Moreover, you can […]

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