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  • This pocket guidebook provides a wide range of practical information on living and travelling in Korea. It has some great tips on where to go, where to stay and what to eat. It is an indispensable guide for the traveller in Korea.

  • This comprehensive tourist map highlights the various sites of interest in the country and all its access routes.

    It also lists the different tourist attractions by theme or location. On the flip side, the Seoul area is sectioned off to offer a more detailed view of this bustling Asian metropolis.

  • This Hallyu guide book is all you need to plan your Korean entertainment themed holiday! From popular celebrity bios to information on filming locations, Hallyu experience facilities and celebrity hotspots this guide has it all!

  • Seoul Official Tourist Map features a map of the city, subway route and other useful information for local travelers.

  • When winter arrives in Korea, icy cold winds come with it. However, no matter how cold, there are certain sports that can only be enjoyed during the winter season. Skiers from around the world are attracted to Korea’s night skiing. Many ski resorts in the country stay open till dawn. This brochure has detailed information on the many ski resorts available to visit in Korea, as well as festival information and coupons for great savings!

  • Here is a number of Keywords to Korea for you. Take a look, and if they ring a bell, then you already know something about Korea! If they don’t, then you’re in for some fun in learning about Korea, beginning with the very first “annyeong haseyo!” that we extend to you: “Hi! How are you?”

  • Come and explore the delicious world of Korean Cuisine

  • If you would like to try making Korean dishes at home, request a free copy of Easy Korean Cooking which features easy recipes for a number of home meals.

  • From the Dakgalbi of Chuncheon to quality Korean beef of Hoengseong and everything in-between – this food map provides everything you need to know about food in Gangwon-do. Local specialities, restaurants to try out and food festivals that will amaze – it’s all here!

  • Korean Cuisine is a quick reference to Korea’s traditional dishes including royal cuisine, regional delights, street food, seasoning and more.

  • Meals for the King – The Taste of the Joseon Dynasty with a 600-year History


    Royal Cuisine is the essence of Korean food culture. Over a 5,000-year history of Korea, it reached its peak during the Joseon Dynesty. The Korea Tourism Organization has selected seven traditional restaurants that properly serve royal cuisine that has been inherited over generations so that more people can enjoy the taste and art of royal cuisine. We invite you to enjoy full-flavored and jearty meals, prepared with the utmost seasonal ingredients and flavors procured from across the country and based on culinary skills that have been paseed on through generations. It is a meal undoubtedly fit for a king.

  • A house is a valuable heritage that holistically preserves a people’s culture and spirit.

    Korea’s traditional house, the hanok, is an abode built on the philosophy of Korean ancestors, who had sought to live in harmony with nature while practicing the virtues of courtesy and filial piety, and cultivating character. Having been constructed with earth, wood, rock and other natural materials, the hanok is an exellent example of a sustainable architecture that benefits both humans and the environment based on Feng Shui. From the moment of its creation to its final days, the hanoks faithfully obey the laws nature.

  • In this guidebook, you can get general information of Gyeongju. Local food, local specialties, transportation and history.

  • You can find the tourist attraction, downtown region, tourist complex and other region as well.

  • Get information of transportation, tourist attraction, beach, shopping center from this book.

  • Enjoy JEJE island and island of sky and sea.

  • Island, beach, mountains, caves, cultural prehistoric site

  • Sightseeing of Andong, regional specialities and foods, traditional homestays

  • The capital of the Korean spirit, Andong.

  • Jeollabuk-do, often abbreviated and referred to as ‘Jeonbuk’, is Korea’s cultural heartland known for Hanok (Korean traditional houses), Hanji (Korean traditional paper) and, last but not least, Bibimbap (one of Korea’s signature dishes).
    If you would like to find out more about the cultural gems that Jeonju, the city of Jeollabuk-do, has to offer, get yourself a copy of the ‘Jeollabuk-do’ booklet which contains information on festivals, seasonal attractions, tourist information and more.

  • Gangwon-do has more than eight fantastic ski resorts for all winter sport lovers. If you would like information on the various ski resorts and slopes.

  • Gangwondo is blessed with natural tourist attractions where one can encounter the mysteries of nature of the mountains, sea, rivers, valleys, lakes, natural cave, etc. Gangwondo is a recreational tourist resort where one can enjoy a great variety of entertatinments and take a rest in resorts equipped with the best facilities, and regionally unique natural forests. Gangwondo is also a historic and ecological tourist attraction showing the scene of the world history that has been buried for a half century and a new order in the ecosystem, centering on the DMZ(Demilitarized Zone) area which forms a broad belt from Cheorwon to Whacheon, Yanggu, Inje and Goseong. Gangwondo, where natural environment and cultural tradition with a long history are met, has always been the most favorite tour destination for Tourists in the past and at present.


  • Tourist Guide of Gyeonggi-do, Korea includes a map of the city, subway route and other useful information for local travelers.

  • You can see The old and New Korea in Gyeonggi-do.

    Enjoy the glittering and fast-moving urban night view below while you walk along the fortress wall. As you look around the market carrying a drink bought at the mall, your shopping bag gets full with the generosity of merchants. The water of the stream is cool and refreshing enough to get rid of all your fatigue and worries. With carefreeness of the original and vitality of the new, here is Gyeonggi-do.

  • Chungbuk(Chungcheong buk-do area) Guide can help you how to get Chungbuk’s beautiful places such as Lakes, Hot Springs, and National Mountains.

  • CNN’s 50 Must See Attractions in South Korea include nine places in Gyeongnam.

    These include the Namhae Gacheon Daraengi Village (3rd), Jinhae Gyeonghwa Station (5th), Changnyeong Upo Wetland (6th), Hapcheon Haeinsa Temple (13th), Cheongwangbong Peak of Jirisan Mountain (14th), Jinhae Yeojwacheon Cherry Blossom Walkway (17th), Hamyang Terraced Paddy Field (29th), Sancheong Hwangmaesan Royal Azalea Festival (34th), and Jinju Chokseongnu Pavilion (49th).

    Gyeongnam, with many beautiful tourist attractions, Visit to Gyeongnam to experience the true feeling of Korea!

  • Medical tourism is a new type of tour product which aims to connect potential international clients with Korea’s advanced medical technology.
    Top medical service providers have teamed up to offer attractive packages for treatments such as Lasik surgery, fertility and preconception care, dental treatment and more.

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