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There are lots of places you want to visit and many foods you want to eat when you travel to Korea,
yet you do not know how and where to start! Here, we recommend Must-See Routes in 16 areas of Korea.
This shows the perfect courses featuring must-see tourist attractions, local delicacies that are must-eat foods, and
comfortable, individual accommodations to make for the best trip ever.
Go on a travel to Korea and take the must-see routes.
Travel gets easier, memories become more special.
Must-See Routes are tourist attractions and accommodations that have been carefully selected based
on the recommendations of the Visit Korea Committee, Korea Tourism Organization, and 16 local governments.
Must-See Routes
1. Seoul A city of culture where past and future, tradition and modernity coexist
In Seoul, Deoksugung Palace and Bukchon Hanok Village with their 600-year history & tradition coexist with skyscrapers and
cutting-edge buildings. As a city that never sleeps, Seoul is changing most rapidly. What is the real attraction of Seoul?
Its rich culture, beautiful nature, and energetic people as we can see while exploring the city.
Must Do • Walking around Bukchon Hanok Village • Watching a beautiful show of the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain on Hangang Riverboat
Must Eat • Lots of foods in Dongdaemun market • Exquisite Samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup) and a glass of
piquant Insamju (ginseng liquor)
Recommended Courses 1st Day Bukchon Hanok Village → Gahoe Museum → Seochon → Deoksugung Palace (Royal Guard Changing Ceremony) →
Seoul Fortress Wall Trail (from Hyehwamun Gate to Seoul Fortress Wall Trail –course # 2) → Dongdaemun Market
2nd Day Itaewon Gyeongridan-gil → Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art → Seonreung (UNESCO World Heritage) →
Cheongdam-dong → Hangang Riverboat (Jamsil Quay) Things to Experience
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Bukchon Hanok Village As a typical Hanok village in Seoul, it is here where Yangban (gentry) families of holders of high-ranking government posts during the Joseon Dynasty used to live, and it is just as it was in the old days. With its galleries, designer’s shops, and unique bistros (they are all remodeled Hanoks), this place is always packed with domestic and foreign tourists.
Gahoe Museum This place houses an exhibition of talismans and folk paintings carrying Korean people’s wishes and life. The exhibition hall is a remodeled Hanok, which allows us to get a taste of Korean cultureThere is a space where people can stamp talismans and make rubbings of roof tiles with monster design and see ancestors’ traces of life. Seochon This place and Bukchon face each other east and west across Gyeongbokgung Palace. Seochon was a village where professional classes or artists l ived, whereas Bukchon was home to Yangban families. In Seochon, there are still art museums and galleries and experimental art groups. If you want to explore the art of Seoul, we recommend Seochon.
Deoksugung Palace (Royal Guard Changing Ceremony) Royal Guard Changing Ceremony involves exchanging of the royal guards and a quarding ritual of gate soldiers who are responsible for opening/closing of the palace gate and the security and patrol in
the palace. As a traditional ceremony that can be compared to the changing of the guards ceremony at Buckingham Palace, this ceremony has come to represent Seoul.
Seoul Fortress Wall Trail (from Hyehwamun Gate to Seoul Fortress Wall Trail –course # 2) Seoul, which has a 600-year history, was a city surrounded by a high fortress wall built in 1396. Traces of the fortress along the ridge of Bugaksan, Inwangsan, and Namsan mountains remain. Around the Fortress Wall Trail reaching 18.7 km long, 8 national treasures and 169 cultural heritages are hidden here and there.
Dongdaemun Market As a specialty of Seoul, the Dondaemum Market lets you enjoy shopping 24 hours a day, offering all kinds of fashion products including clothes, shoes, fabrics, bags, and accessories at affordable prices. Another reason to shop in the Dongdaemun Market is the many street foods you can choose from according to your preferences.
Itaewon Gyeongridan-gil Small cafes are clustered on this street. A lot of exotic Japanese, Thai, Turkish, and Mexican restaurants and cafes line the alley. European-style antique items, brunch restaurants, and foreigners coming and going are now part of the Itaewon landscape. The mixed life and culture of people around add charm to the place.
Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art This is an artistic museum consisting of
three halls designed by world-renowned architects Mario Botta, Jean Nouvel, and Rem Koolhaas. Even though it is not that big, the museum is famous for its outstanding collections and best-quality exhibits in the overseas art scene. Seonreung (UNESCO World Heritage) Enjoy the beautiful royal tombs of the Joseon Dynasty, called “Garden of the Gods,” in the center of Seoul. Seonreung is the grave of Seongjong, the 9th king of Joseon Dynasty, and has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage. Royal tombs were built in the best land since their location conditions were strictly considered.
Cheongdam-dong In Cheongdam-dong, luxury brands’ stores are clustered. Called “Cheongdam-dong Luxury Street,” the street is the main shopping place for fashionistas. Aside from luxury brands’ stores, there are also various multi-brand shops and designer’s shops. The inside alleys of the main street are lined with popular restaurants. No wonder, the trendsetters of Seoul simply love this place. Hangang Riverboat (Jamsil Quay) Leisurely floating by cleaving through the water with its bow, the Hangang Riverboat lets citizens escape the daily pollution and noise and enjoy comfortable rest with clean and fresh air. Especially at night, you can enjoy the beautiful harmony of the riverside landscape and a view of Hangang bridges. The Moonlight Rainbow Fountain of Banpodaegyo Bridge is another must-see.
Samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup) This is one of the favorite foods eaten by Koreans when they have dull appetite during the summer season. A whole chicken is simmered with ginseng, jujube, garlic, and sweet rice. Ginseng and garlic get rid of the typical stench of meat. Moreover, the soup has so clean taste it is popular among foreigners.
Sinseollo (royal hot pot) This is a typical royal cuisine according to the records of the Joseon Dynasty. As a hot pot, this is boiled with 25 quality ingredients including meat, fish, vegetables, mushroom, and nuts. These are eaten together with the thick broth. The pot for Sinseollo has a hole in its center where a fire of charcoal is put to cook the ingredients with its heat and to keep the food warm.
Seolleongtang (ox bone soup) This is soup that has been boiled for many
hours with lots of ox bone parts. Topped with noodles and sliced boiled beef, its broth is so rich you will feel full after eating. Add chopped green onion, salt, and red & black pepper powder according to taste. As the oldest Seolleongtang restaurant in Korea, “Imun Seolleongtang” was opened in 1904.
Jangchung-dong Jokbal (steamed pig’s trotters) Pig’s trotters are put in preboiled soy sauce with garlic, onion, and ginger and then boiled for many hours. Since Jeon Suk- ryul, a displaced person who came from Pyeongan-do, opened the restaurant for the first time in Jangchung-dong about 50 years ago, this delicacy has enjoyed immense popularity. In fact, the entire alley obtained the brand 'Jangchung- dong Jokbal.' Jokbal is drawing attention nowadays because it is good for the skin with its collagen.
Sindang-dong Topokki (stir-fried rice cake) Topokki is a flour-based food that Koreans like the most and often eat. This is long, thin rice cake with pepper paste as the main sauce. Sindang-dong Topokki is the original instant Topokki that you can boil in the pot and eat on the spot. Starting with the store opened by Ma Bok-Rim 60 years ago, there are currently 10 thriving stores.
Nakwon-dong Tteok Alley Tteok (rice cake) is made by shaping powdered rice or sweet rice and then steaming it. Korean people eat this during congratulatory occasions or traditional holidays. Nowadays, it is drawing attention as a well-being food because it is not only delicious but also good for the health. Tteok stores in Nakwon-dong, Jongro-gu boast of a tradition that goes back over 30 years and offer various kinds of rice cake from the traditional to the fusion-style variant.
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After the heat wave breaks, a cool breeze arrives on Jeju Island, like migratory birds
returning to their home. With the end of summer and the arrival of the cool fall breeze,
Jeju becomes covered with beautiful silver grass. The silver grass sways in the wind and
looks like a fish with silver scales trying to soar up to the sky. Attracted to its breathtaking
landscapes, I pack my bag once again to visit the island and enjoy silver grass on Jeju. No
matter which of the oreums (“small volcanoes”) you visit, you will find silver grass covering
the slopes. As you walk through the silver grass and stunning wildflowers, you will
experience the all-encompassing natural beauty that can only be found on Jeju Island. Article and Photos by Shin, Young-Cheol (travel writer)
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The Twinkles Along the Craters of Jeju: Silver Grass and Beautiful Landscape of Korea's Most Beloved Island
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Saebyeol Oreum: Glistening in the Autumn Sun Driving south along the Seobu Sightseeing Road from Jeju-si, a
gorgeous, silver covered oreum rises before you. The stunning
sight will take your breath away at first sight. It is called
“Saebyeol” in Korean, which translates into “new star”, which is
the perfect description for the shimmering slopes. Although the
hike along the trail to the peak can be rather steep, the magical
views from the top will reward you for each challenging step.
From the top, surrounded by silver grass blowing in the gentle
breeze, you can see Halla Mountain to the east and Biyang Island
to the west. From the top, the breathtaking views that surround
you will leave you speechless as you try to take it all in.
The western ridge that descends from the peak is covered
with endless waves of silver grass, dazzling under the crystalline
sky. An old cemetery can be found on the western ridge and is
often a point of interest for visitors. There is a small entrance
along the black stone wall that surrounds the graveyard, which
was built to allow the souls of the dead to be able to come and
go from the site. You can also find a grave guardian, called a
dongjaeseok, beside the graves. While at the graveyard, visitors
are able to briefly transcend into the traditional funeral customs
that are original to Jeju Island.
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“Aruyo[Yousuam-ri, Aewol-eup]”? This restaurant features udon
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time for trekking Give yourself at least an hour and a half as there are plenty of good trails to check out. how to get there Use the GPS Navigation system in your car. Parking available. address Bongseong-ri, Aewol-eup, Jeju Island
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Sangumburi – Enjoy the Views of Silver Grass Blowing in the Gentle Breeze Designated as Natural Monument No. 263 of Korea, Sangumburi
is a unique site to visit due to the unique landform of this oreum.
“Gumburi” means a crater in the Jeju dialect. Sangumburi
was formed differently than the other oreums found on the
island. It is a “maar” crater that is sunken 100 meters below the
surrounding land. It was created by an eruption that did not form
a volcanic cone and did not produce a lava flow or any volcanic
ash.
Following one of the trails along Sangumburi, you will be
able to enjoy the scenic views that include unique stone towers
and large trees, before coming upon a silver sea of grass. It
is a brilliant sight that visitors truly love. The silver grass on
Sangumburi grows longer than it does on the other oreums on
the island, which makes it a refreshing experience for visitors.
Since there are no steep hills on Sangumburi,…