Beopjusa Buddhist Temple

The Beopjusa Buddhist Temple with ancient buildings including a bell pavilion, a large pagoda pavilion, and a large golden Buddha statue.

The Beopjusa Buddhist Temple is a fantastic complex located on the southwestern slopes of Mt. Songnisan in North Chungcheong Province. Plan your trip now!

Songsanri Tombs of Gongju Korea

A small family of Korean walk into an earthen mound that contains the entranc to one of the Songsanri Tombs of Gongju Korea.

The Songsanri Tombs of Gongju, Korea are one of the best preserved historical sites of the ancient Baeje Kingdom. Read more now and plan a trip.

Three Great Day Trips from Seoul

Three images side by side: from the left, a multicolored ornate dragon face painting, a blue and green ornate door, and a sign saying Seoul.

Despite everything that Seoul has to offer, sometimes you want something new. For those times, I offer these three great day trips from Seoul.

Remembering the Korean War

Two soldiers raise a white, blue, red and black flag with a soft focus dark background and a building to the right of the frame.

This year marks the 61st anniversary of the start of the Korean War, which took the lives of an estimated three million soldiers and civilians.

Seoul Digital Media City of the Future

An outside modern art exhibit made with connected bubble-like stainless balls. A group of Korean high school students gathers underneath.

The Digital Media City is a state-of-the-art media entertainment cluster envisioned as a way to expand Korea’s advanced IT, human resources and entertainment industries.

Gwangjang Traditional Market in Seoul

Started back in 1905, Gwangjang Market is Seoul’s oldest traditional daily marketplace. Stop by to visit some of the 5,000 vendors justly famous for their fine silks and delicious bindaetteok pancakes!