Journey to this amazing country in Eastern Asia for some South Korea Travels along with a wide variety of activities. Be one with nature and take a hike. This Expat Adventure Traveler at the time was living in South Korea while immersing myself in the culture. While spending some time there, I jumped into my car, road the subway, hiked mountains, explored the city which let me to discover new places. Let me share some of my recommendations on Cities, Activities, Hotels along with Restaurants including Pubs.
There are a few articles that I have written from my time in South Korea. With this overview, all of your South Korea Travels will be at your fingertips. During my time in South Korea I used TripAdvisor frequently for fun activities to do. For my Airline Flights back and forth from the states and more, I also checked on Travelocity and Expedia for great deals.
Let us take a look at this mountainous country with its densely-populated cities with great public transportation and roadways. Now we will see what recommendations are in the Northern Region, Mid-South Region, Southern Region, Festivals, Transportation plus Travel Tips and more. Note: Links are in green…
Recommendations for Adventure Travel – South Korea
Jump to the area in this article with the links that fits your travel needs:
Northern Region – South Korea Travels
The Northern Region for South Korea Travels with its four seasons is a wonderful time to visit anytime of the year. Do know there is a rainy season plus a summer that is hot and muggy. The articles will give you great Activities, Hotels & Restaurants to visit while you are in Seoul. Make sure while your there to visit the Temples, Palaces, Insadong Art Area, Markets, University District and some much more. Use your trusty subway map and T-Card to get to your destination
Mid-South Region – South Korea Travels
These Mid-South Region activities in South Korea are more toward the southern region that are a few hours north from Geoje Island in the south. Get your hiking gear ready to hike Jirisan especially during spring or fall to see amazing color. There is nothing like walking through the forest to hear the rustling of the wind through the trees along with birds singing. Keep your eyes out of deer, bears, snakes and more.
Southern Region – South Korea Travels
I once read: ” where humans live in complete harmony with nature”. For me to accomplish this harmony was to hike multiple days a week. The hardest and best part on occasion was finding the beginning of the trail. Lots of time it is up a road behind a house with no signs. That is what made hiking more fun, was to find the path and make it to the peak to take a picture with the monument on the peak. Lots of times you must share the peak with locals and take pictures with them. Make sure when you pack your lunch to inclue more food to share with others. Thanks to a great group of Ladies that helped me make it to many peaks along with other adventures.
Festivals – South Korea Travels
There are many temples in South Korea along with Festivals. These festivals are fun to go and immerse yourself in the Korean culture. Grab a road map and try to go during the week otherwise arrive early to find a parking place. Pack a lunch with water. Sometimes being a foreigner and not speaking the language it is hard to find a restaurant. Plus some restaurants close right after lunch until dinner.
Transportation South Korea Travels
This was written for the many Expat wives that needed directions from Geoje Island to Busan where there was shopping. It also explains how to use the subway system. If you are in Seoul stop by the Transportation Authority office and they will be more than helpful to hand you an english map. Seoul has many subway lines which can be confusing. Plan your route ahead of time and make sure your standing on the correct side going in the right direction. I have been known to go the wrong way, get off and finally head the right way. All in the fun of adventure.
Tips for the Traveler – South Korea Travels
With this overview on South Korea Travels you the traveler can find some fun and interesting places to visit with activities to do while in South Korea. Sometimes just catching a cab not using the subway gives you a chance to see the city.
Busan in the Southern Region of South Korea has an International Airport. Think of all the possibilities of travel that can be accomplished which I have taken advantage of. Plus, I never left my apartment without my South Korea – Lonely Planet.
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Have you been to South Korea? Can you recommend some Activities, Hotels, Restaurants, Temples or Hiking Trails? Please share your experience in the Comment Section for others.
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