I have been spending the last 3 months in Istanbul, and I am ready for my next trip, and somehow Soth Korea has been calling me. I have been checking recently the temple stays, but it seems that most of them offer only short term (1 to 5 days).
However, I am interested in long stays, minimum one month...asap...
thank you for your help guys!
Hey there, we are hitting the slopes in yongpyong next year. just wondering when would be a good time to go?
we were thinking end of jan. but ive heard feb is better for snowfall. is this true. any advise would be great
we are hitting phoenix park and yongpyong for snowboarding and wondering is there a cheap joint to hire ya snowboard gear/clothing just outside of phoenix park and yongpyong.
Also is there a way for a forienger (australian) to get discounted lift passes or a combined 3 day one for each resort
i want to take the dbs eastern dream ferry from vladivostok to donghae in the end of march. does somebody know if this route and this period of the year might have some rough seas coming up? i get seasick very easily, so i'd like to know in advance ;)
I will arrive in Donghae with the ferry from Vladivostok, and would like to take a train from there to Busan preferably on the same day. I couldn't find any valid information on trains unfortunately, so if anybody could help me out? Is there a direct train? Do I need to book in advance? And is there any website listing time tables and prices in english?
I just read that there are overnight buses, but I'd prefer to take the train...
We have about a week in South Korea in May. Not really planning much but were considering the following:
Intending to spend at least one and a half days in Gyeougju.
We then fly from Busan to Fukouka.
We are pretty much turbo-tourists in that we like to keep on the move so just wondering what are the quickest/easiest ways to get between each of these places? Is it possible for instance to visit the DMZ on the…
METEOR Youth Voluntary club is a student organization managed by college students in Korea. We provide tour-service for freigners who need a guide of Seoul for free. We also arrange diverse community service works that foreigners and Koreans can join together. Don't miss this opportunity to make Korean friends!
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I'm going to be visiting Busan soon, and have a few questions. Most important one is this: are there any places outside of the city that would be worth a visit, either as a day-trip or an over-night trip. I will have already seen plenty of temples and the like, so am thinking more along the lines of some nice coastal scenery, or perhaps a nice island to explore. Am on a fairly tight budget, so would need somewhere that either works as a day-trip or has cheap accommodation. Is there anywhere…
There are 9 main lines and some additional which are connecting Seoul with Incheon, Suwon and suburbs. For some tourists it is difficult to find a way first time. However, all destinations and main announcements are on Korean, English, Chinese and Japanese. Each line has its color and all stations are numbered. So, after some time many tourists find subway to be easy and comfortable for using.
On every station there are several exists which are marked with the main and most popular destinations…