The Top Ten Hotels in Incheon [+ Map and the Must See Attractions]

Located under an hour from Seoul by train, Incheon is home to nearly 3 million people and a booming modern metropolis. The city is a gateway to modern South Korea and offers visitors a host of attractions. My quick top 10 things to do and see in Incheon are Independence Memorial Hall, Sinpo International Market,…

The Top Ten Hotels in Ulsan, South Korea [+Attractions & Map]

Located by the East Sea (Sea of Japan), Ulsan is South Korea’s seventh largest city and home to over 1 million people. The city is prominent is South Koreas economic success being home to the world’s largest automobile assembly plant operated by the Hyundai Motor Company, Hyundai Heavy Industries and the oil refiner, SK Energy….

The Top Ten Hotels in Daejeon with Map inc. Attractions

Located 50 minutes from Seoul by train, Daejon is Korea’s city of science being home to over 200 research institutes and development facilities. Key attractions in Daejon include Expo Park, Daecheongho Lake, The Daejeon Museum of Art, Ppuri Park, National Science Museum, O-World, Gapsa (Gap Temple), Sinwonsa (Sinwon Temple), Yuseong Hot Springs, Dosan Seowon (Dosan…

The Top Ten Hotels in Jeonju

Jeonju, located only a few hours from Seoul, is a city highly regarded for its food culture, so much so that it is recognised by Unesco for such, and revered by Koreans as the birthplace and number one destination for traditional Korean specialities. More than a foodies heaven, it’s also an ancient city featuring well…

The Top Ten Hotels in Gwangju [inc Map + Attractions]

Gwangju, located 2 hours by train from Seoul, is one of South Korea’s most modern and progressive cities, and is also the birthplace of a modern democratic movement in Korea. Key attractions in Gwangju include Gwangju Pyeongchon Village, Mugaksa Temple, Geumnam-ro Street, Wolbongseowon Confucian Academy, Gwangju Folk Museum, Gwangjuho Lake, 5ยท18 Memorial Park, Gwangju Family…

The Top 10 Hotels in Daegu [inc. Attractions + Map]

The fourth largest city in South Korea and home to Daegu Herb Wholesale Market (Former, Daegu Yangnyeong Market) which dates back to the Joseon Dynasty. It’s also a modern and progressive city yet retaining its cultural heritage with strong influences of Buddhism and Confucianism. Some of the top attractions in the city include Daegu Yangnyeongsi…

The Top Ten Hotels in Suwon [+ Attractions & Map]

Suwon is the home of the Unesco World Heritage Listed fortifications and temples that were built during the reign of Jeongjo (1752-1800). It’s a must visit, especially considering its proximity to Seoul. The top attractions include Hwaseong Jangdae, Hwaseomun Gate, Hwahongmun Gate, Hwaseong Haenggung Palace, Yeonmudae (Dongjangdae), KBS Suwon Studio, and Yongjusa Temple which you…