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Sokcho Expo Tower


Sokcho Expo Tower in South Korea

Sokcho has become the greatest tourism issue in Korea as of now! The bus ticket for Sokcho has been sold out due to the boom of Pokemon Go! If you plan to go to Sokcho to catch Pokemon, then you better visit Expo Tower because it is known as a holy land of Pokemon. You won’t even notice your day passing by if you catch the Pokemon while enjoying the walk under the warm weather in the daytime and the great night view at night.

Damyang Bamboo Forest


Damyang Bamboo Forest in South Korea

Come and get lost in the beauty of Juknokwon or Bamboo Garden in Damyang. Even named as one of Korea’s 50 places to visit by CNN, its tranquil forest of bamboos and gentle breeze will welcome everyone who needs to relax.

Hyangwonjeong Pavilion in Seoul


Hyangwonjeong Pavilion in Seoul

The Hyangwonjeong (향원정, 香遠亭) is a pavilion from the late Joseon Dynasty that stands on the grounds of Gyeongbokgung Palace, in Jongno-gu, Seoul.

It was built between 1867 and 1873 in the small garden of the Hyangwonji (향원지,香遠池), a large area to the northwest of the Gyeonghoeru Pavilion (경회루, 慶會樓). #Spring at the Hyangwonjeong Pavilion is reflected in the pond and attracts the attention of tourists passing by.

Winter in Seoul Tower


Winter in Seoul Tower

In the freezing cold of the night, I setup my gear to take a of Seoul's iconic N Seoul Tower. The "N" stands for New - a new Seoul. The designers of the park has really made it sure that the ultra-modern buildings complements well with the beautiful trees surrounding it and most especially in winter!

Seoul Lantern Festival


Seoul Lantern Festival

 The Seoul Lantern Festival take place at from Cheonggye Plaza to Supyogyo Bridge which is span of 1.2 km. The theme of the even is on historic Hangang River illuminated through light. It tells the story of the city's history dating back 2000 years through history and Hangang River as the lifeline of Seoul.

Seoraksan National Park

Seoraksan National Park, located on the east and center of the Korean Peninsula. The reserve covers Injegun, Yanyanggun and Sokchosi. It is one of the most popular attractions for tourists and nature enthusiasts in Korea.

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