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South Korea

Capital:
Seoul
Population:
48.9 million
Language:
Korean
Currency:
SK Won

South Korea hotels — where to stay

It is interesting to travel through South Korea both with friends and alone. It is a safe, quiet, and hospitable country with beautiful nature, mild climate and friendly people always willing to help tourists find their way in an unfamiliar place. There is a great choice of recreational opportunities here. In winter, you can visit the ski resorts High 1 Ski Resort and Yongpyong Resort Ski & Snowboard. In July and August, the southeast coast of the country turns into a populous seaside resort since many Koreans come here for a holiday. More favorable month for tourists is September when there are less local holidaymakers and you can still enjoy sun and swimming. Shopping is one of the most exciting activities in South Korea. Guinness World Records marked the shopping mall Shinsegae Centum City as the largest store in the world in 2009. South Korea will appeal to those who prefer a comfortable journey with elements of Eastern culture.

What to do and what to see
There are about 20 national parks located throughout the country. read more

The parks Seoraksan and Naejangsan are worth visiting in fall when a riot of colors can captivate romantic lovers, photographers and artists. Byeonsanbando National Park consists of two parts: the mountainous and coastal. In the park Gyeryongsan there are many rare animals and plants, waterfalls, breathtaking panoramic views, and several temples. There are trails of varying difficulty for hiking everywhere – sport fans will be very pleased.

If you are going to South Korea in April then you should know that it is the time when cherry trees blossom – it is a scene of marvelous beauty. Festival Gunhangje dedicated to this event is held annually near Jinhae. Here, in the south, there are bays and fields of the large ecological park Suncheonman Bay. Amidst natural landscapes you will find hotel Hilton Namhae Golf & Spa Resort that along with Olle Resort & Spa Jeju and The Shilla Jeju is considered one of the most luxurious hotels in South Korea.

As for the architectural attractions there are temples, palaces, fortresses and the large number of other monuments across the country. You can get acquainted with folk culture in a village like Jeonju Hanok Village. Traditional Korean house is called ‘Hanok’. It is equipped with a special floor heating system that allows residents to live without beds and some pieces of furniture. South Korean hotels are often located in such houses: Dahmsojung Hanok Guesthouse, Hueahn Hanok Guesthouse, Hanok Guesthouse 201.

Where to stay
Another non-standard way for an overnight stay is a Buddhist temple (GuinsaTemple, BeopjusaTemple, BongeunsaTemple). There you will not only learn about the customs and ceremonies, but also take part in them: Yebul and tea ceremonies, meditation, etc.

A cheap way to stay in South Korea is marked by the logo Goodstay. There are hotels in many cities operating under the sign of the Korean Tourism Organization:

Jongnowon Hostel, Kobos Hotel, New World Hotel, Hotel Daewoo Inn in Seoul;
• Queens Motel in Busan;
New Grand Hotel in Daegu;
• Samhoja Motel in Daejeon;
• Goodstay Yeha Guesthouse Cityhall in Jeju Island;
• Q Hotel Yongin near the park Everland.

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