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A Walking Tour of Historic Suwon and Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
Sinchon is Seoul's Student District
Seoul Sindang-dong Ddeokbokki Town
Naengmyeon Korean Cold Noodles Street
The House of Sharing in Korea
Kilburn House in Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village
Sampling Samcheong-dong's Charms in Seoul
Korea's Rolling Hills of Green Tea in Boseong
The Year of the Horse and Celebrating Seollal in Korea
Seoul's 12 Best Gay Bars in Jongno
Andong Hahoe Folk Village
Seoul's Best Bakeries
Beopjusa Buddhist Temple
Seoul Jungang Traditional Market
Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm in Korea

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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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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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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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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The House of Sharing in Korea

The House of Sharing is a home for the elderly survivors of Japanese sexual slavery. The site also includes the Museum of Sexual Slavery by the Japanese Military.

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Kilburn House in Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village

Kilburn House is the beautiful and historic home of David and Jade Kilburn in Seoul Bukchon Hanok Village.

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Sampling Samcheong-dong's Charms in Seoul

Samcheong-dong's charming mix of traditional hanok-style buildings, modern art galleries, comfy cafés and excellent restaurants have made it a huge draw.

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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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The Year of the Horse and Celebrating Seollal in Korea

This year, January 31 marks Seollal, or the lunar New Year and the day Koreans celebrate the year of the horse in Korea.

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Seoul's 12 Best Gay Bars in Jongno

My list of Seoul's 12 best gay bars in Jongno, the city's first gayborhood. Here you'll find scores of tiny bars serving snacks and stiff drinks.

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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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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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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 Jungang Traditional Market

Seoul Jungang Traditional Market has hundreds of vendors who sell grains, housewares, meat and produce as well as yummy snacks from portable food stalls.

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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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