South Korea

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  • Bau House Dog Cafe

    Hongdae, Seoul - A cafe where you can dine with several dogs from the cafe owners and fellow visitors

  • Bukchon Hanok Village

    Seoul - A village in the north of Cheonggye that features several alleys of traditional Korean houses

  • Changdeokgung

    Seoul - The one of the five palaces in South Korea which is integrated into and harmonized with the natural setting

  • Cheonjeyeon Waterfalls

    Seogwipo, Jeju Island - A three-tier waterfalls that reaches the ocean. It means Pond of the Emperor of Heaven.

  • Cheonggyecheon

    Seoul - A urban renewal project that stretches more than 8 kilometers and beautifully lighted stream at night

  • Cheongjiyeon Waterfall

    Seogwipo, Jeju Island - It literally means sky connected to the land. The only falls from the popular three that is illuminated at night.

  • Chilsimni Poetry Park

    Seogwipo, Jeju Island - A park near Jeongbang Waterfall with several art installation pieces

  • Deoksugung

    Jung-gu, Seoul - One of the five palaces in Seoul that serves as a residence to the royalties located near the City Hall

  • Dongdaemun Market

    Jongno-gu, Seoul - A commercial district where shopping complex, traditional night market and food centers are located

  • Dora Observatory

    Dorasan - Visitors can catch a glimpse of the North Korean propaganda village through binoculars with the hopes of End of Separation, Beginning of Unification

  • Dorasan Station

    Dorasan - A railway station which once connected North and South Korea

  • Everland Resort

    Gyeonggi-do - The largest theme park in South Korea featuring T Express, first wooden roller coaster of the country and the steepest in the world