DMZ Train takes you to the border

DMZ Train takes you to the border The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) crosses Korea in the middle of the peninsula. As a border that cuts the peninsula roughly in half, into northern and southern parts, the DMZ is heavily armed and a strictly limited place for the public.  Earlier this month, however, KORAIL launched its DMZ…

Love padlocks at N Seoul Tower

Love padlocks at N Seoul Tower Love padlocks at N Seoul Tower Chinese tourists pose for photos in front of the ‘Trees of Love’ padlock formations at N Seoul Tower atop Namsan Mountain in Seoul on July 22. There are seven tree-shaped frames covered with padlocks at the base of the tower. (photo: Jeon Han)…

Be a hero at the Trickeye Museum

Be a hero at the Trickeye Museum A medieval knight comes out from the frame and holds his lance at head height, aiming at his target. A giant, scary fish opens its maw as wide as it can, to swallow everything in sight. People have angelic wings sprouting from their back and look like they’ve…

UNESCO Treasures in Korea

UNESCO Treasures in Korea Since the earliest settlements on the Korean Peninsula and in southeastern Manchuria during prehistoric times, the people of Korea have developed a distinctive culture based on their unique artistic sensibility. The geographical conditions of the peninsula provided Koreans with opportunities to receive both continental and maritime cultures and ample resources, which…

Historic Places-Palaces in Seoul Korea

Historic Places-Palaces Palace preserved its history Recommended to stay in Seoul – Seoul will provide you the greatest experience of Korea since past, present and future of Korea is coexisting in Seoul. There are 5 palaces; Gyeongbok palace, Changdeok palace, Changyeong palace, Deoksu palace and Gyeonghui palace. Gyeonghui palace is not existing today but there…