South Korea travel Guide South Korea

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South Korea – a distant and mysterious Russian tourists to the country.

A country famous for rich culture and ancient history, you parasite Buddhist temples and monasteries. Royal palaces of ancient dynasties and numerous fortresses. Healing mineral springs and clean sandy beaches.

But there are other modern Korea, where the dynamics of life violates the usual traditional stereotypes. The country that are developing cutting-edge technologies, where life rages night and day, where tradition and modernity exist in the relationship.

Travel guide “polyglot” will help you to plunge into the unique atmosphere of the oldest and most interesting country!



• Historical overview

• Climate and seasons of tourism

• Transportation

• Accommodation

• Korean cuisine

• Culture. Tradition and modernity

• Youth clubs, Festivals


Seoul – city on the Han river

Route 1. Historical center.

The Royal Gyeongbokgung Palace › Ethnographic Museum of Korea › Gwanghwamun Gate › Gwanghwamun › the Palace Toxygen › State Museum of contemporary art, Seoul › Hotel Lotte and Lotte Department store

Route 2. In the old days there was seething life.

Street Subchondral › the cheongwadae Palace (government House) › Village Bukchon › Insadong street (similar to Arbat in Moscow) › changdeokgung Palace

Route 3. The Gangnam District.

Building COACH › Aquarium › the kimchi Museum › Temple Bonjinsha › the tomb of the kings Seolleung › Park “the word”

What else to see?

Seoul station › Road Condorelli › N-Seoul Tower › Bridge “rainbow Fountain” ›Korean war Museum

The Surroundings Of Seoul

The city of Suwon › the Hwaseong Fortress › amusement Park”Everland” (Enjin) › the City of Icheon-si › Anythin › Paju › Botanical garden › Park “Provence”

Route 5. Daejeon – a centre for medical tourism

Northeast region

Route 6. The City Of Sokcho.

The Museum of ceramics “Sokpon” › Sokcho City Museum › Village of refugees › the Center for the history of the Bohai state › national Park “Right”

Route 7. The City Of Gangneung.

Art Park «Hazilla” › Museum And Lee (Yulgok) › Village of Kagul sweets › the Edison Museum

Route 8. The ski resorts of the region.

Pyeongchang › the Phoenix Park › Alpensia ski Park Resort › Park “Typen”

Route 9. National parks and heritage culture.

Mountains national Park «Odesa” › the Temple Sanvensa › Museum Whether Hisoka

The South-Eastern region

The route 10. Andon – the city of the traditional Confucian culture of Korea.

State folk Museum Andong › the Bridge of moonlight › Island of Confucian culture › the Traditional village of Jahwa mail › the Museum of masks

The route 11. Gyeongju – the monument of Buddhist architecture.

Bulguksa temple › the Grotto › Observatory of Cheomseongdae › Tombs of kings of the Silla era

Route 12. The City Of Busan.

Street Tea › Fish market Jagalchi › the Coastal area of condo › the Coastal area of Taejongdae › Busan Museum of Maritime history › Buddhist temple of Pomos › Park “Enduser”

The South-Western region

Route 13. Jeonju and the surrounding area.

Old village Korean › the Center of the traditional culture of Jeonju › Park Maison › national Park “Dolmen” in the village of Masan › Namwon › Gwangju › Mountains national Park «jirisan” › the Temple of Hwaeomsa › Bamboo garden › Somewon

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