After much deliberation on my summer Holiday I will be going to South Korea and Taiwan for 1.5 weeks each from mid August to early September. I'm very excited but I do have my concerns about food. I try and keep a reasonably healthy diet which is easy when you have the facilities to cook for your self but less so on holiday. I would like to know what snacks or meals I should be looking at when in South Korea (and Taiwan) that will be healthy, possibly low carb and will keep me going…
Hello. Me and my family are planning a three week trip to South Korea this September. Currently researching what the living costs would be for the entire trip, excluding the flight cost. Is there anyone here who can guesstimate the cost for a family of two adults and two kids (age 7 and 8) assuming we're traveling on a mid-range budget?
We are looking for cheap massage places in Busan. We will be there for a month.
Do you have any particular place that you recommend that is cheap for “normal” massage (no happy ending etc)?
What neighborhoods may have cheap massages parlors?
What would be a good price for one hour massage?
Hi my name is james , i am from australia and 26 years old. I have booked my first overseas trip! And decided to head for South Korea. My girlffriend of 6 months lives there but decided she does not love me 3 weeks before i arrive and i am stuck . I dont know anything about this country and am trying to research and figure out a plan on what i should do as i have already paid for my flights , if anyone knows or can contribute a good cheap option on accomodation or what is the best places to…
Hi - I'm seeking some thoughts about how much time is needed in Seoul. I'm arriving from Japan on a Thursday afternoon and leaving for Daegu on Sunday evening. My question is do you think I can see an adequate amount of Seoul if I take one day and do the DMZ and JSA tour which I believe will take pretty much one entire day. Your thoughts are appreciated.
Hi, I'm in Taiwan now and I want to buy a one-way ticket to Busan, spend a week in South Korea, then take the ferry from Busan to Fukuoka, and fly out of Japan.
Problem is I thought Canadians needed a ticket out of South Korea if they arrived without a visa?
Online it doesn't say anything about the ticket out; so am I just a relic living in the past?
Have any Canadians or other visa-free citizens had a hard time getting into South Korea without a ticket out?
I'm traveling alone many years in the far east and like to stay a month or more in south korea. mostely interested in sharing few days in a bhudhist monastry far from town. and than take public transportation all around ,staying in simple homes or
small hotel, not expensive. can somebody advise cheap but clean places to stay- aprox, prices as your experience.
Thanks for any answer
I've seen on some old websites that Busan airport has a bike packing service for if you are taking a flight with your bike...
Does anyone know if this still exists, and if so where in the airport it is?