Top Reasons To Visit South Korea
Author: Jeremy Albelda | Category: South Korea | Tags: Asia, culture, Food, History, natural, Outdoors, reasons to visit, South Korea
Bright lights and a vibrant city life is one of the top reasons to visit South Korea. But there’s more to this Asian country than neon-laden cities and urban jungles. South Korea has a history that spans hundreds of years and much of its culture is still well-preserved, thanks to the unsuccessful colonization of the Europeans.
But despite this, South Korea remains to be at the forefront of technology and entertainment, as K-pop music and fashion is slowly making its way into the mainstream media (some of which are already dominating the US Billboard Charts).
So, pack your Delsey luggage, get your passport ready, and get ready to enjoy the top reasons to visit South Korea!
Authentic Korean Food. Korean cuisine offers a great variety of flavours, from mild to downright spicy. Choose among some of the most appetising dishes, from mouth-watering bulgogi, traditional Korean noodle dishes, to Korea’s national food Kimchi, a fermented vegetable side dish.
Korean cuisines are both healthy and delectable, catering to both vegetarians and meat lovers alike. It is no wonder Koreans have great, supple skin.
Natural attractions. South Korea is not all neon-lights and brick and mortar establishments and concrete pavements. It still preserves some of its natural attractions, such as the Jeju Islands (also called the “Island of the gods”, and the majestic views in the Seoreksan National Park.
Cultural heritage. South Korea is home to a great number of UNESCO World Heritage sites. And you won’t even have to go from city to city to discover it. Taking a leisurely stroll along Gyeongju or Seoul (or joining a tour, if you find that more convenient), you will be able to marvel at a great number of old palaces, temples and gates which have a lot of story to tell about the history of South Korea.
Bathhouses. One of the top reasons to visit South Korea is their bathhouses. Choose from a great variety of saunas and spas, from milk baths, mud baths or even baths with temperatures ranging from cool to scalding hot.
Either way, you are guaranteed a relaxing way to call it a day after touring Seoul or feasting on authentic Korean cuisine in one of the most interesting countries in the world!
21 Feb 2014