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10 Reasons to Quarantine and Visit South Korea in 2021

NEW YEAR, NEW TRAVELS Often overlooked as a top-travel destination, South Korea is steeped in stunning vistas, cultural landmarks, and an opportunity to travel back in time to explore the country’s imperial past. From witnessing Gyeongbokgung Palace’s changing of the guards’ ceremony in the cosmopolitan capital city of Seoul to mandarin-picking in Jeju, here are ten reasons why visiting South Korea does not need to… Read More »10 Reasons to Quarantine and Visit South Korea in 2021


Haenyeo (ν•΄λ…€; lit. sea women) are female divers in the Korean province of Jeju who harvest a variety of mollusks, seaweed, and other sea life from the ocean. Their livelihoods represent the unique, progressive familial structure of Jeju, and are embodiments of independent spirit, iron will and determination. Dating back to 434 A.D., the waters surrounding Jeju Island were home to an exclusively-male diving tradition.… Read More »HAENYEO FEMALE DIVERS – JEJU ISLAND πŸ§œπŸΌβ€β™€οΈπŸ₯½πŸ¦‘πŸ₯‡


Ever wondered what to expect when you visit BUNKER DE LUMIERES on Jeju Island? Inside a reinforced concrete bunker in Seogwipo-si, is a 3000 square meter complex that’s been transformed into an immersive art & music experience. Paintings from Dutch post-impressionist Vincent Willem van Gogh and French Post-Impressionist EugΓ¨ne Henri Paul Gauguin are projected on walls, set to classical music. The intensity you will feel… Read More »BUNKER DE LUMIERES – ART & MUSIC ON JEJU ISLAND πŸ“ΈπŸ‡°πŸ‡·

Haeundae Traditional Market – Busan πŸ‡°πŸ‡·πŸ“Έ

Street vendors at the infamous Haeundae Traditional Market in Busan, have become an integral part of Korea’s mouth-watering food culture. Conveniently located near Haeundae Beach, the street food market is the perfect place to experience authentic Korean culture firsthand – through an abundance of sights, scents & flavors. For the adventurous, you can try the pigs feet and eel. For the less travelled, enjoy the… Read More »Haeundae Traditional Market – Busan πŸ‡°πŸ‡·πŸ“Έ