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Six Great Seoul Cafes
Oedo Island is Korea's Paradise Isle
DMZ Tours, Part 1: The Sights
Korea's Rolling Hills of Green Tea in Boseong
Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village
Korea's Cherry Blossoms and 2014 Spring Flower Festivals
Makgeolli's Rice Beer Renaissance
Sinchon is Seoul's Student District
Slowing Down in Hadong County
Seoul's Best Bakeries
Bicycle Tour of Yeouido and Seonyudo
Seoul Sindang-dong Ddeokbokki Town
Jeju Island's Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak
Hiking Seoul Fortress
Seven Best Brunch Restaurants in Seoul

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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Oedo Island is Korea's Paradise Isle

40 years ago, a fisherman came to Oedo island to escape Korea's rough seas. He and his wife stayed and began one of Korea's most exquisite private gardens.

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DMZ Tours, Part 1: The Sights

DMZ tours are a popular way to explore the Demilitarized Zone, the heavily militarized border just one hour from Seoul that separates South and North Korea.

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Korea's Rolling Hills of Green Tea in Boseong

Korea's rolling hills of green tea in Boseong are among the its most famous. In fact, some say that Boseong is Korea's tea growing capital.

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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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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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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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Slowing Down in Hadong County

As some countries seek ways to prioritize "Gross National Happiness" over "Gross National Product," Korea's Hadong County suggests we all just take it slow.

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Seoul's Best Bakeries

Seoul's best bakeries have borrowed the best recipes and techniques from Europe and America, without losing their distinctly Korean flavor.

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Bicycle Tour of Yeouido and Seonyudo

With spring on its way, why not take a bicycle tour of Yeouido and Seonyudo, two beautiful Seoul islands in the midst of the Hangang river.

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Seoul Sindang-dong Ddeokbokki Town

If you've got a hankering to enjoy Korea's delicious ddeokbokki, you should head on over to Sindang-dong Ddeokbokki Town!

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Jeju Island's Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak

Jeju Island's Seongsan Ilchulbong Sunrise Peak is the most famous of the hundreds of beautiful parasitic volcanoes that dot the island.

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Hiking Seoul Fortress

Upon Seoul's founding in 1394, a fortress was built to join the four mountains that surrounded the city. Today, hiking Seoul Fortress affords great views and makes for great exercise.

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Seven Best Brunch Restaurants in Seoul

In order to find Seoul's best spots for brunch, I scoured all 25 districts with fork in hand. Alas, my list of the seven best brunch restaurants in Seoul!

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