Driving around Korea you may notice the parking lots have many different colored spots with a variety of symbols. Is it okay for you to park in them? Here is a break down of who these spots are for and when it’s okay to use them:
For visitors who have never visited a ski resort, this guide to Korea’s ski resorts will provide all the information you need to enjoy the upcoming ski season. After reading our guide, all that’s left is to hit the slopes!
In recent years, shopping malls in the States have started to fall out of fashion due in part to the convenience of online retail. South Korea is no stranger to the loss of interest in the concept of the shopping mall.
Busan Metropolitan City announced that the pagoda tree (2020-0008) at Saemteo Park in Saha-gu and artillery unit and carriage drive (2020-0009) in Oiyangpo Village on Gadeokdo Island have been designated as ‘National Forest Cultural Assets’ by the Korean Forest Service.