South Korea 2015

To help you on with your holiday plans, we have detailed our fantastic journey around the globe on videos and easy-to-read fact sheets complete with contact details and links.

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Tteokbokki Alley
The selection of foods at the markets is daunting, and one could eat lunch there every day of the week and not have the same thing twice. However your Korean culinary experience doesn’t end there! read more

Taekwandowon
Taekwondo, Korea’s traditional martial art has been practiced for a long time as a valuable means of self-defence and discipline of mind and body. Today, more than 70 million people in 206 countries practice Taekwondo. read more

Seoul- Woongjin Playdoci
Seoul’s latest playground is Woongjin Playdoci – believe it or not, this entertainment centre houses Korea’s largest premier driving range with 200 tee stations and a 360-yard capacity. read more

Seoul – Gwangjang Market
Korean food is such a big trend – and rightly so! It’s delicious and good for you… Korean street food is famous for being absolutely delicious. read more

Seoul – Dongdaemun and Samcheong-dong
Seoul has 22 million people – such a bustling place! Where do you go? A must-visit destination in Seoul is Samcheong-dong - where tradition and modern artistic sensibilities meet. read more

Mt Maisan
One thing you’ll be carrying around your South Korean trip is your camera. Make sure the battery is well charged and you download the loads of photos you’ll be taking daily. read more

Jirisan
Landscape in South Korea is varied and interesting. One beautiful place to visit is Mt Jirisan. Mt Jirisan is the largest mountain range on the South Korean mainland. read more

Jeonju Hanok Village
Jeonju is an ancient city with a thousand-year-old history. Jeonju Hanok Village is a must visit place in Jeonju. While the rest of the city has been industrialised, the village retains its historical charms and traditions. read more

Jeju Island
Jeju Island, located southwest of the Korean peninsula, is a volcanic island in the shape of an oval, measuring 73km from west to eat and 31km from north to south. The weather is warm here, even in winter. read more

Hanjeongshik and Bibimbap
Like everywhere else in the world, every country has a little bit of rivalry between towns or cities or states. The same in Korea, where inter-province rivalry centres around who cooks the best type of food. read more

Green Tea Plantation
Boseong, a town located on the southern coast of Korea in South Jeolla province, is a famous green tea growing area. About 40 per cent of the country’s green tea comes from this area. read more