Explore South Korea's cultural highlights and natural wonders on this 10-day itinerary. The adventure begins in Seoul, where you'll explore the urban culture and street food scene. Visit the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) next before continuing to historic temples in Andong. Discover the beautiful coastline of Busan, then fly to Jeju Island to marvel at the spectacular scenery and take in views from the country's highest peak.
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Explore South Korea's diverse culinary traditions from cities to islands on this seven-day tour by train, car, and air, from Seoul to Busan to Udo. Learn Korean flavors and ingredients in a cooking class, and explore the vast Gyeongbokgung palace in Seoul. Board a train south to Busan and then join locals at Jagalchi Fish Market, buying seafood cooked to order. Then fly to tranquil Udo for beach time and village life to end your adventure.
See the best of South Korea and Japan as you cross the two nations by car, plane, and train. Learn about culinary traditions at busy markets in Seoul and Busan, then explore volcanic Jeju Island's gardens and mountains. Jet off to Tokyo for Mount Fuji views and pop culture, and ride a bullet train to Kyoto for a tea ceremony and hike before indulging in street food in Osaka.
Discover how to eat like a local in South Korea on this five-day food tour of Seoul and Busan. Touch down in the pulsing capital, Seoul, where you'll visit royal palaces and learn to make classic Korean dishes during a cooking class with a local chef. Continue to Busan for more food adventures, including a trip to Jagalchi, the country's largest fish market, where you'll shop for fresh seafood, followed by a street food tour of the famous BIFF Square.
Experience a taste of South Korea's "Hallyuwood" as you hit the sights of Korean drama scenes on this five-day trip. You'll tour some of Seoul's most famous locations, which feature heavily in popular South Korean movies and TV shows. Visit ancient Gyeongbokgung Palace, Namsan Mountain, and the iconic N Seoul Tower—you'll even have the chance to ride rollercoasters at Lotte World. Head out of the city for more K-drama hotspots, from European-themed villages to the tree-lined parks of Nami Island.
From palatial grounds, buzzing cities, and striking mountain peaks, see some of South Korea's most picturesque sites during this five-day itinerary. Take a cable car to Namsan Park, eat the country's best-known dishes (bibimbap!), and learn about the Joseon Dynasty in Seoul. Breathe the mountain air and return to nature at Seoraksan National Park to see the country from a range of perspectives.
A 10-day visit is recommended for South Korea. The small size of the country, combined with good roads, multiple domestic airports, and excellent public transportation, makes it...
One week in South Korea offers enough time to immerse yourself in the country's culture, cuisine, and pristine landscapes. On a highlights tour, you can tick off all three while...
With 10 days in South Korea, you can enjoy a well-rounded introduction to the country's bustling cities and historical sites on a highlights tour or take a deeper dive into...
Two weeks is enough time to tour South Korea's highlights, including natural and historical attractions in Seoul, Busan, and Sokcho. Travelers seeking outdoor adventures and...
As the coldest month of the year, January is South Korea's low season. Travelers kicking off the new year in Seoul will benefit from low crowds and prices, presenting the...
Explore South Korea at the height of winter in February, when crowds are low and snowy landscapes beckon. From winter sports and hiking to warming up in the waters of a...
Signs of spring begin to peek through in March as frozen temperatures thaw and the first of South Korea's flower festivals kick off. Crowds are low compared to other spring...
South Korea is in full bloom in April, one of the most popular months to visit. In early April, travel to Jinhae for the country's most famous cherry blossom festival, which...
One week in South Korea offers enough time to immerse yourself in the country's culture, cuisine, and pristine landscapes. On a highlights tour, you can tick off all three while staying in Seoul, Andong, and Gyeongju or focus on the street food scene of Busan and Jeju Island on a culinary trip. Those looking to discover the rich art of South Korea will find Seoul the place to be, while nature enthusiasts shouldn't miss the opportunity to explore the Western Coast of the Korean Peninsula.
A 10-day visit is recommended for South Korea. The small size of the country, combined with good roads, multiple domestic airports, and excellent public transportation, makes it possible to travel efficiently. Ten days give you enough time for outdoor adventures on Jeju Island, coastal views and traditional markets in Busan, and historical sites and cultural activities in Andong—in addition to urban exploration and street food in Seoul.
Two weeks is enough time to tour South Korea's highlights, including natural and historical attractions in Seoul, Busan, and Sokcho. Travelers seeking outdoor adventures and cultural exploration will enjoy a traditional market, hiking, and beach time at Jeju Island as well as temples and river rafting in Pyeongchang. A wellness escape brings you to Yeongju to visit a healing center and Suncheon for its national garden and bamboo forest, while a highlights tour allows you to see the best of South Korea and Japan.
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Trip of a lifetime - South Korea bliss
Apr 7 - Apr 16, 2023
I used Kimkim for the first time for my 10-day trip to South Korea with three members of my family (spring 2023), and it couldn't have gone better! The planning went smoothly with Tom, and it showed as soon as we landed in South Korea. We had three very good tour guides that brought us to fascinating and tasty places and made visiting easy (our top places: the National Folk Museum, zip lining to Nami island, and Haedong Yonggungsa). We would like to especially mention our tour guide for... read more