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Frisbee golf catching on in Korea

Editor's note: Are looking for something new to do and maybe get some fresh air doing it? Well, play some golf. But there's no need to bring the...

Check out the concerts in Korea

Here are a few concert suggestions for you to check out in the fall. Variety of artists are coming to South Korea.  Book your tickets today before...

Explore the festivals off base

There's so much to do in Korea, so get of the base and start exploring. A good way to get started is to check out one of the many...

Photo by Ashley Rowland/Stars and Stripes: Two students joke in the halls of Taesongdong Elementary School as they leave the building at the end of the day.

School in DMZ's 'Freedom Village' becomes coveted learning spot for S. Koreans

DEMILITARIZED ZONE, Korea — This could be any school in rural South Korea: a two-story brown brick building, fronted by a wide soccer field and...

Listen up Korea! Check out a concert!

Get your music groove on in September and October with some great bands coming to South Korea like Maroon 5, Unisonic, Rodrigo Leao, Cannibal...

Mix it up with Frankensoju

The sanitizing effect soju has on your taste buds is anything but appealing. It may make it a helpful stand-in for counter cleaner when you’re in...

Bicyclists from Camp Casey and Dongducheon cross the 38th parallel during an Aug. 12 day trip to Korea's Demilitarized Zone. The group of 13 Soldiers from Camp Casey and five off-post Korean friends, encountered scenic beauty as well as grim reminders of the Korean War that raged on the peninsula from 1950 - 1953. -- U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

DMZ bikers see grim remnants of war

CAMP CASEY -- A group of Soldiers from Camp Casey made an 86-kilometer bicycle trip to Korea's Demilitarized Zone Aug. 12, and found not only...

Spec. Ahad Ahmed, a security escort from the United Nations Command Security Battalion, briefs a tour group at Checkpoint 3, which is faced on three sides by North Korea. In the background at left is North Korean Gijong-dong Village, also known as Propaganda Village. Its flagpole is more than 150 yards high and its flag weighs more than 600 pounds. " U.S. Army photo by Sgt. 1st Class Jeff Troth

DMZ tours offer insights into tensions then, now

CAMP BONIFAS, SOUTH KOREA -- It's been six decades since the Korean War of 1950 -- 53 left the peninsula charred and devastated. But the...

Equestrian performers put on a show at the Korean Folk Village Aug. 17, 2012. The folk village, located eight miles outside Osan Air Base’s main gate in the heart of Yongin, offers a gateway for service members and their families into Korea’s past. (U.S. Air Force photo/Staff Sgt. Stefanie Torres)

Historic landmark hidden in Osan's backyard

8/20/2012 - OSAN AIR BASE, Republic of Korea -- As the summer season comes to an end in the Republic of Korea, service members have the perfect...

See what's happening off base

Wonju Hanji Festival...

Seokbulsa is not a temple made of stone, unceremoniously perched on a mountain ledge. It is the mountain. The hard to get to temple in the mountains of Busan is a challenging adventure with great satisfaction at the end of the long trail.

Seokbulsa: The Hidden Gem of Busan

BUSAN, South Korea --“This had better be the best temple I’ve ever seen,” my friend Cheryl declared after about two hours of hiking as we trudged...

Photo courtesy of KORAIL and Korea Tourism Organization

Rail is right

The train stories were not posted online. To see the spreads in all their glory, pick up a copy of Groove Korea or...

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