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Visitors to Korea will discover fascinating history, mouth-watering cuisine, and diverse landscapes.
For those who want to travel outside Seoul, South Korea has very special destinations to offer every traveler type. Tea-enthusiasts, adventurous types, beach lovers, and history fanatics... It's time to explore Korea!
Dream of Green… Tea
Boseong, in the south of Korea and 4-hours by train from Seoul, attracts tourists year-round for the dreamy green rows of lush tea-trees that line the hillside. The Daehan Dawon Tea Plantation dates back to 1937 and has about 5.8 million plants. It is not only known for high-quality green tea due to its ideal climate, but for being featured in several popular Korean TV series including Summer Scent, and Legend of the Blue Sea. Visitors should make sure to taste the local yubi-cha, considered one of Korea’s best teas.
Jeju Island: "South Korea’s Hawaii"
Formed 2-million years ago by an underwater volcano, Jeju Island, which sits 130 km from the southernmost point of Korea’s mainland, is now a popular destination for its natural beauty, warm climate, and beaches. Jeju is also home to the tallest mountain in South Korea, the Hallasan, and the surrounding Hallasan National Park is an unspoiled nature reserve ideal for hiking. Elsewhere on the island are pristine beaches and spectacular volcanic formations, such as the pillar-shaped rocks off the shores of the city of Seogwipo, and unique Lava Tube systems.
1,000 Years of History in Gyeongju
Situated on South Korea's southeast coast is Gyeongju, the former capital of the 1,000-year-long Silla dynasty. The city, sometimes called a “museum without walls”, is known for its hundreds of archaeological and ancient sites, such as the reconstructed 8th-century Bulguksa Temple, home to several National Treasures, and Seokguram Grotto, a historical hermitage which offers exquisite views of the sun rising over the Sea of Japan.