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Hiking Seoul: One Mountain at a Time – Written By: Olivia Montgomery
Hiking Seoul: One Mountain at a Time – Written By: Olivia Montgomery

Hiking Seoul: From almost anywhere you look in Seoul, you’ll be able to see mountains.   Hiking in Seoul is part of the daily life of the people. That’s because there are 37 mountains in the city of Seoul, with over half a dozen over 600 meters tall!? These mountains and their surrounding parks offer […]

UNESCO Tripitaka Koreana Keeping Tradition Alive
UNESCO Tripitaka Koreana Keeping Tradition Alive

Tripitaka Koreana encounters the world to harmonize for a better future. 2013 Tripitaka Koreana Festival carries out how to “Encounter the World and Harmony that Opens the Future” at Record Culture Theme Park, Hapcheon since September 27. It will last until November 10. The festival committee would like to inform the wisdom of the people […]

Wild Boars in Korea. No longer just a concern for hikers.
Wild Boars in Korea. No longer just a concern for hikers.

  If you’re ever out hiking in Korea, you may sometimes happen across warning signs about Korea’s wild boars. However, reports of boar sightings in cities and roads are beginning to increase, as they look to scavenge for food, bringing stories of random attacks in cities such as Seoul, Gwangju, and even pesky boars setting […]

Palgong Tour Bus begins!

Daegu has now started a tour bus has which visits tourist attractions around Palgongsan. The tour bus starts from Dongdaegu Station and visits at Bongmu Park, Guam Farm, Gatbawi, Banjja Yugi Museum, Donghwasa Temple, and Palgongsan. The buses will stop and spend about 1-2.5 hours at each location. The total tour ranges from 4-8 hours […]