So you’re thinking about going on holiday to South Korea. Except that going there, you have many questions and going to a country so far away from your own requires a little planning. When should you go to South Korea? Although the autumn, from September to November, is perfect f...So you’re thinking about going on holiday to South Korea. Except that going there, you have many questions and going to a country so far away from your own requires a little planning. When should you go to South Korea? Although the autumn, from September to November, is perfect for enjoying nice sunny weather, the monsoon season, from October through June, is better for taking advantage of the less crowded and more peaceful cities. Did you know that most Koreans do not speak English, and it’s a good idea to use a guide once you’re there? Since the country hasn’t been spoilt by mass tourism, it still doesn’t offer many services useful to foreigners. On the Evaneos Travel website, you’ll also findadministrative information related to your departure. Therefore, you’ll learn that you won’t need a visa if you’re a citizen of the European Union. All this information and more can be found in the South Korea travel guide!Continue reading
Be prepared to be enchanted at the sight of Korea's wonders. South Korea is a joy to explore for travelers with a keen interest in both ancient and...
Travelling to South Korea: final tips and advice
These ideas for travelling to South Korea will spark your imagination. And we understand you! You can already imagine yourself seeing the Beopjusa Temple and its Buddha from the perfect distance of 100 feet. Not too far away, you’ll be amazed by the lush vegetation and peaceful lakes of Sognisan National Park. In the Dolsan mountain highlands, seated in the cab of your cable car, you’ll notice in the distance the ruins of Gwongeumseong fortress. And to recover from the emotions you’ve experienced seeing all these traditional places, you can intersperse your stay with some sporting activities on Jeju-do Island. Hiking, biking, scuba diving, golf or horseback riding, anything goes ! Out in nature, on an island whose convoluted coasts have turned black by the volcano there, you’ll bypass lava tunnels and the spectacular landscape will be a sight to see. There, you don’t just look at things, you behold everything… except for the local fish soup, which can also be eaten! The cuisine by itself may be a reason to take a trip to Korea. You can eat at any time there, and truth be told, people eat at all hours there! Similarly, the stores are open 24 hours a day. What a way to realise that in Korea, modernity and traditions rub shoulders all the time!
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