This marvelous fortress is a true testament to Korea’s unique history and military might. Built to surround the town of Suwan.
It is one of the best-preserved palaces in South Korea at this moment. However, the Huwon Secret Garden is one of the stars of the property.
The palace is unique for its vast area and harmony of buildings, and is the only palace to have all four major gates still remaining to this day.
N Seoul Tower located atop Namsan Mountain in the center of the city and is most famous for the view it offers of the cityscape at night.
Originally just a hilltop, Island became an island with the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam, which elevated the surrounding water level.
Ganghwado Island offers impressive scenery, with several trails leading around the island; including Manisan Mountain with its expansive sea views.
This area was once a working quarry which was closed to the public. The turquoise lake lies in sharp contrast to the rock cliff’s sheer faces.
An unspoiled landscape of sharp, rocky outcrops and windswept pine trees. There are crystal clear streams and rivers that run through the park’s valley.
The town is famous for its many hanoks: traditional Korean houses. The ideal hanok would feature a mountain in the back and a river out front.
The beautiful, rolling green hills of Boseong Tea Fields are the only fields of their kind open in Korea. There are many walking trails and viewing points.
Hallasan National Park is home to South Korea’s tallest mountain. Traditionally, Hallasan Mountain was called Mount Yeongjusa.
Colorful, terraced houses that look seaward characterize Gamcheon Cultural Village. Artists flocked and now art lives around every corner.