Located southwest of the Korean Peninsula is the largest island of Korea, Jeju Island. The island is one of the most relaxing vacation spots found in Korea thanks to its unique local atmosphere and beautiful natural environment.
If you’re looking for a nice day trip or craving some Chinese food, Incheon’s colorful Chinatown is the place to go. Centered in an old port area, the district is full of red and gold buildings nestled on a steep slope with lots of narrow streets to explore.
The journey began in the 1970s in a Quonset hut on Camp Casey, South Korea, where the 2nd Infantry Division Historical and Cultural Center was first established to preserve and display the history of one the U.S. Army’s most decorated divisions.
To mark the 100 years since King Tut's tomb was discovered, an exhibit titled “Tutankhamun: His Tomb and His Treasures” brings over 1,300 detailed replicas of Ancient Egyptian artifacts to visitors in Seoul.
When you are in a rush, Bulgogi Chicken is a great way to put your stored bulgogi sauce to good use. It takes about 5 minutes to prepare and about 40 minutes in the oven. A great advantage with this dish is you can put the chicken legs on a barbecue and create a really unique and delicious barbecue flavor that will impress!
This traditional herb has a bitter taste and you can find it in many food products around the peninsula. When I was little, my mother used to make me tea with honey-soaked ginseng to help keep me healthy.