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Seoul's Cheonggyecheon Stream
Yangjae Flower Market in Seoul
Naengmyeon Korean Cold Noodles Street
West Seoul Lake Park
The House of Sharing in Korea
The Year of the Horse and Celebrating Seollal in Korea
Seoul's 12 Best Gay Bars in Jongno
Korea's Rolling Hills of Green Tea in Boseong
Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju
Gyeongbokgung Royal Palace in Seoul
Seoul Sindang-dong Ddeokbokki Town
Seoul's Best Bakeries
Heyri Artists Village in Paju Korea
Sampling Samcheong-dong's Charms in Seoul
Slowing Down in Hadong County

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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Yangjae Flower Market in Seoul

The Yangjae-dong Flower Market in Seoul is Korea's largest flower market and a great place to find cheap plants and everything you need to care for them.

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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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West Seoul Lake Park

On the site of an old water treatment plant, West Seoul Lake Park may seem an place. Instead it's become one of Seoul's landmark green spaces.

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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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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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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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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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Gyeongbokgung Royal Palace in Seoul

Gyeongbokgung Royal Palace in Seoul was the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty and remains a spectacular destination for visitors to Seoul and Korea.

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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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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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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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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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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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