The lack of human intervention in the DMZ means that wildlife has had a chance to bounce back. For the birdwatcher, this makes for some decent sightings at the 38th parallel.
Not many cities the size of Busan can boast beaches, but it’s not just a place for catching a few rays. Busan’s beaches get you closer to the people of Korea.
Seoul and Busan may have the luxury hotels, but it’s Gyeongju that has the history. Travelers walk through centuries in this historic UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Yeah, there’s the bulgogi, the history, and the hiking, but there’s also the K-pop. Travelers to Korea often want to catch a little bit of that Korean pop culture magic on their journey to Seoul.
Seoul is the heart of contemporary art in South Korea, so whether you’re looking for high art at SeMA or graffiti in Ihwa Mural Village, Seoul has an answer for the art lover.
Visitors can barely move without running into the imperious wonders of royal Seoul. This guide will tell you how they came to be and when to go.
South Korea is the casual hikers’ paradise, and the trees and mountains in the fall turn the entire peninsula bright yellow and red.
Spring is in the air and boots are on the ground in Asia to see everything the continent has to offer, from temples in Bagan and the City Palace of Udaipur to Beijing’s Forbidden City and Nusa Penida underwater.