The city of Busan and the Busan Tourism Organization set October as “Visit Busan Month” in connection with the BTS Concert “Yet To Come in BUSAN” event to pray for the 2030 Busan World Expo, and through various promotions, it plans to attract the attention of domestic and foreign tourists.
If ferociously tall cliffs, memorizing labyrinths of stairs, rare sightings of goat antelopes (not kidding), and panoramic peak views sound like your kind of thing, then this post is undoubtedly for you!
If you compared Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado with Seoraksan National Park in South Korea, apart from the species of vegetation and proximity to the ocean, you’d find the two have a striking amount in common.
The fall of Jinju is expected to be more lively and hotter than ever. While we are slowly recovering our daily life through the long tunnel of COVID-19, October in Jinju is filled with rich culture, tourism, and sports events.