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Save S$35 on your Korail Pass with Klook's Great Sakura Sale (details at the end of the post)! Once you're done with Seoul, head out and explore the photogenic Nami island, taste the best bibimbap in Jeonju, and have the...
Get S$35 off when you book Korea essentials and activities with Klook! More details at the end of the post.  Located in Gapyeong (가평), 1-2 hours from Seoul, the seasonal florals of Nami Island (남이섬) and Garden of Morning Calm (아침고요수목원) make the perfect backdrop for...
Being the largest theme park in South Korea, Everland’s sheer size is enough to send some into panic attacks. Not only are there both outdoor and indoor rides, there’s even a zoo within its compounds! Also, situated in Yongin, getting...
Been to Seoul, Jeju Island, Demilitarised Zone DMZ and feeling like you have visited all the popular tourist spots in South Korea? There are actually so many other places in South Korea that you can venture out into! Travelling doesn’t...
Written by: Isabel Leong Busan is the next largest city after Seoul, with close to 4 million people. It is Korea’s main port for international shipping, and is famous for its freshly-caught seafood and beaches. This city is no foreign place...
Save S$35 on your Korea trip this spring with Klook's Great Sakura Sale! Details at the end of the post.  Many think of Japan when it comes to cherry blossom vacations, but in the region sits another country that sees...
The land of kimchi is known for its tasty and mouth watering Korean BBQ, bimbimbap, Korean fried chicken, and so much more. I personally think it's worth travelling to Korea even if its only to try all the food there....
Scrolling mindlessly through Instagram during my 5 month exchange program in Korea, I stopped at a photo of glistening turquoise blue waters. "Ulleungdo Island", the geotag read. Where was this enchanting island my friend had just been? Does a place like...
A marriage of tradition and modernity, Seoul showcases an aspect of Korean life that is truly unlike any other culture in Asia. With colourful hanboks, Hallyu (k-wave) and endless shopping districts, it is not surprising that South Korea is...
If you've been to Seoul, you'll know that S$35 don't bring you far. One jokbal meal (Pig trotters), or 2 cushion foundations, or 30 pairs of cartoon socks are perhaps what you can purchase with S$35. Another meaningful way to spend S$35...