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!
In the military, we do a lot of exercises. And ‘a lot’ is an understatement. In South Korea particularly, we (i.e. the military) have a special saying that we need to be “ready to fight tonight” because we don’t know when things with our neighbors to the north will turn south, if you know what I mean.
The island of Jeju, South Korea, has the tallest mountain in the country, which measures in at 6,398 feet. Speaking of Jeju, it’s a beautiful island that attracts people from all around the world. If you’re stationed in South Korea, you should visit Jeju.
Starting next month, single-use tickets on Busan city’s subway system will switch to QR code tickets. The Busan Transportation Corporation has been using magnetic tickets for 38 years since the opening of Busan Metro Line 1 in 1985.
‘Bongsugol Flower Outing’ welcomes spring visitors for the first time in four years. The Bongsugol Cherry Blossom Festival Committee announced that it will hold the ’18th Bongsugol Flower Outing’ on April 1st and 2nd.
While some cherry blossom trees have already started to bloom around different parts of the county, the majority of them are just days away from turning the entire country pink. If you’re looking to check out one of the cherry blossom festivals around the nation, here are 15 of the best to check out.