South Korea 2017

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Seoul Tower
Trevor and Scotty travel to Seoul the capital city of South Korea home to 10 million people as well as home to the iconic N Seoul Tower which can be seen from outer space. read more

Changdeokgung Palace
Originally built in 1405 this is just one of 5 palaces in South Korea, not only is it stunning to behold, its also filled with fantastic history. The palace was rebuilt in 1610. read more

Myeong Dong
Scotty and Trevor travel to a commercial, tourist district of Seoul, Myeong Dong. It is filled with people, bustling with lights, sites and smells, perfect for shopping experiences of all kinds. read more

Jeonju
The Youth of Korea have embraced their traditional heritage and in the traditional Hanok village of Jeonju, Trev and Scotty soak in a truly authentic Hanok experience. read more

Naejangsan National park
Not far from the beautiful village of Jeonju is the stunning Naejangsan National Park famous for its stunning mountainous scenery and autumn show this region is famous for world wide. read more

Suwon’s Hwaseong fortress
Only one hour of out Seoul is Suwon, which is famous for the Hwaseong fortress. Although it is a gorgeous structure now it’s history is a little grizzly- the fortress was built over 200 years ago by a Prince to honor his Father. read more

Seoul nightlife
Seoul is not just a fantastic place to visit during the day but it comes alive at night with bright lights, lots of people and loads of places to go! read more

Gwangjang Market
This market is going to blow your mind. In the heart of Seoul is the biggest market, the Gwangjang Market. Trev and Scott are visiting for a very special reason – for all the food! read more

Tofu Making
One of the young chefs Scott is lucky enough to work with in his restaurants is a young guy named Teddy Park. He’s a blindingly good chef who is passionate about Korean culinary heritage. read more

Fine Dining at Samcheongaak
Around 30-minutes from Seoul in Seongbuk Dong you will find the world famous Samcheongaak Restaurant, located in one of the most beautifully pristine restaurant settings Scott has ever seen! All of this reflects directly in their cuisine. read more

Soju and Makegeolli and Drinking Houses with Julia Mellor
So when we think food and alcohol in Korea, the top of the list is Kim Chi, fried chicken and soju, but there’s a whole new beverage that’s sweeping across the nation. read more

Jeonju Royal Cuisine
The guys have been eating like kings so far on this trip but now it’s going to be official. Trev and Scott are going to eat exactly like King’s as they go to try some raw cuisine. read more

Jeonju Royal Bibibap
In 2012 Jeonju was awarded the UNESCO World Heritage City of Gastronomy, which is kind of like winning the Nobel Prize for being awesome at food! It’s one of only 18 cities around the world and the only one in Korea to get the nod, read more

Korean Beef BBQ/Galbi
Suwon region is famous for their galbi, which is marinated beef barbecue that’s cooked on a charcoal fire that site right in the middle of your dining table. read more