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A Walking Tour of Historic Suwon and Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
Six Great Seoul Cafes
Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall in Seoul
Andong Hahoe Folk Village
Beopjusa Buddhist Temple
Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village
Naengmyeon Korean Cold Noodles Street
A Jeju Island Food Tour
Heyri Artists Village in Paju Korea
Sinchon is Seoul's Student District
Korea's Cherry Blossoms and 2014 Spring Flower Festivals
Makgeolli's Rice Beer Renaissance
Seoul's Cheonggyecheon Stream
Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm in Korea
Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju

A Walking Tour of Historic Suwon and Suwon Hwaseong Fortress

A walking tour of the Seoul suburb of Suwon and the UNESCO-recognized Suwon Hwaseong Fortress.

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Six Great Seoul Cafes

Love coffee? So does Korea. To satisfy your need for a cup of joe, here are six great Seoul cafes that treat making coffee like an art.

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Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall in Seoul

The Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall in Seoul honors the life of a Korean patriot who shot a Japanese imperialist in 1909, one year before Korea's annexation.

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Andong Hahoe Folk Village

Andong Hahoe Folk Village is the most popular of Korea's traditional villages. Set on a bend in the Nakdonggang river, it recently received UNESCO status.

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Beopjusa Buddhist Temple

Probably my favorite Korean temple is Beopjusa, a complex boasting an incredible treasure - the nation's only extant five-story pagoda.

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Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village

Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village is a special historical neighborhood, but sadly the city's last with a high concentration of traditional Korean homes.

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Naengmyeon Korean Cold Noodles Street

There's a street in central Seoul's Ojang-dong neighborhood that's known as the Naengmyeon Korean Cold Noodles Street.

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A Jeju Island Food Tour

A Jeju island Food Tour was a highlight of my three-day trip to Korea's southern island province. Not surprisingly, seafood and pork figured prominently.

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Heyri Artists Village in Paju Korea

Just six km. from the DMZ and inter-Korean border, Heyri Artists Village is a beautiful place where 500 writers and artists live and work together.

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Sinchon is Seoul's Student District

"Sinchon" may mean “new village” in Korean, but this home to several top universities is actually one of Seoul's older neighborhoods.

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Korea's Cherry Blossoms and 2014 Spring Flower Festivals

Spring is almost here! ...and that means it's time for our guide to seeing Korea's Cherry Blossoms and 2014 Spring Flower Festivals!

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Makgeolli's Rice Beer Renaissance

After decades out of favor, Korea's oldest liquor, the delicious rice beer makgeolli, is enjoying a rice beer renaissance!

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Seoul's Cheonggyecheon Stream

Seoul's Cheonggyecheon stream has become one of the city's most popular icons, since the 6-kilometer waterway was restored and reintroduced to the public in 2005.

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Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm in Korea

The Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm in Korea offers a unique experience - to be amongst hundreds of sheep in Pyeongchang County's gorgeous Taebaeksan mountains.

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Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju

The UNESCO-recognized Bulguksa temple in Gyeongju is one of the finest examples of Silla architecture from ancient Korea.

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