I'm looking for information on hot springs in South Korea.
Could you recommend any please? Preferably, not the spa or water amusement park types. Ideally, either wild natural ones or somewhere atmospheric.
That would be hugely appreciated.
Hi - have a day spare and would like to stay somewhere near the dmz area - what is the nearest town/city?
Also, if I arrive the day before, can I book on a tour locally (not one to/from Seoul)?
I live in Quebec, speaking french, some english.First time traveling alone so i told my self why not looking if a someone else ( a women) want to visit Seoul and like me is alone. I'm a little nervous si it will be cool to meet a new friend ( and i'm married:D)
Hi! I'm Irene,
I'm looking for someone to travel to Seoul in September (13 to 26th), I've already travelled but never alone, I think the more the better.
So, let me introduce myself a little bit... Spanish, 23yo, animal lover wanting to meet the world.
I've always loved asian culture, and lately I fell for Kpop and Kdramas, one of the main reasons of the destination.
If you're interested, let me know!
I have a chance to stop in South Korea for 5 days for a whirl wind trip. As much as I would like to do it slow, that's all the time I could squeeze out.
I love culture and history. Would love to hear suggestions on what to see, where to stay and transport options during the period.
I will be landing on the 20th May (morning) and leaving 25th May (morning). If anybody is around during the time and would like to join, that would be great.
Two days ago I flew from Bangkok to Hanoi with VietJet Air. When I checked in I was asked to show an onward ticket from Hanoi. This was not a problem, as I had a such a ticket, to Seoul in a few days.
My question is this: Will I need an onward ticket from South Korea as well, when flying from Hanoi to Seoul? I asked the VietJet Air office at the airport in Hanoi, but they could actually not give me a clear answer.
So, will either VietJet Air or the South Korean border control request…
We will have two weeks in Korea in June. We want to hit all the major highlights. The priorities are culture/history, scenic nature spots (the likes of Seoraksan), regional food (especially seafood!), natural hot springs, and a bit of beach routine towards the end. Definitely want to see Jeju.
We are sitting on the fence whether to rent a car or trust our fates to public transportation. What do you think would be the best option?
We would be hugely grateful for your input.
How do I book the Busan to Incheon KTX direct train for travel on June 3, 2018? When I use the Korail website to enter the start and end points, it tells me that there are no trains available. Do I have to make a transfer at Seoul Station and use AREX to get to Incheon instead?
Hi - we have a car and was planning to drive to the dmz area - what can we see without a tour and what will we miss if we don’t go on a tour? Also can you join a tour once at the dmz? Thank you