South Korea is expensive. Enjoy the sights and sounds, but avoid shopping. Try hopping across to Jeju, which has a lot more to offer. There are volcanic remains, orchards and beautiful waterfalls and greenery.
What is Seoul like in late November? Thinking of a trip around Thanksgiving and wondering if it makes sense (found super cheap flights :) Don't mind the cold, but would be good to know the weather and if the attractions stay open long in off tourist season. What are the top attractions and which part of town is best to book hotel at. I love architecture, history, food, interesting local places, but don't care for shopping or clubbing when on holiday. Thank you all in advance.
Here are some really easy and basic Korean you might need when you travel here. 1. Ahn-nyung-ha-se-yo : Hello. 2. Ju-gi-yo : Korean use this word for calling server to order food. 3. Joi-song-hap-nee-da : Sorry. 4. Gam-sa-hap-nee-da : Thank you. 5. Ur-ma-eh-yo? : How much is it? Are they too easy? :) Let me know if there are any thing you wanna know about Korea, Korean and Korean culture!
Hi Guys! Can you please help me narrow it down to Top 5-10 must see in Seoul, Busan and Jeju Island? Thanks :)
Seoul is the one of the busiest cities, people in Seoul are pleased to make friends and kind. Korean food is well-known as Kimchi, Bibimbab and Bulgogii. And most people oversea think Korean food is so hot, but we have many kinds of dishes not only hot one but also sweet one. There are so many places to recommend to go in Seoul. The places you go are principal issue to choose but going with active attitude to go around is also important. I hope all of you visit Seoul enjoy their precious time.
I think it would be need to prepare more than other place for being in Seoul. Because Seoul is famous about a complicated trend and an unfamiliar type of a life style in comparison with the western thing. Although people will be kind and warm of u, if u wanna know sincerely, study about Korean history and food thing, u know, like soju~~