In celebration of 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics G-1 anniversary, the Korea Tourism Organization and Gangwon Province are hosting a ‘K-Drama Festa in PyeongChang’ on February 18 at Pyeongchang’s Yongpyong Dome.
Busan fared rather poorly on the Korean Tourist Organization's "Top 100 Tourist Spots in Korea" list for 2017.
Here's a look at some festivals going on around the nation this December if you're looking to get out and about.
Seonyu-do is one of Korea's hidden treasures for those looking for a brief respite from city life.
An official from the Jirisan National Park Office of the Korean National Park Service says that it would restrict access to mountain trails that are at risk of forest fires until the 15th of next month.
Three observatory viewpoints looking over the central part of Busan on top of Hwangnyeong Mountain are built.
Although marked on Busan's standard tourist map, this small and quiet Buddhist temple is a perfect half-day trip within city limits.
With fall just around the corner and the temperatures beginning to fluctuate daily, it will be just a few short weeks before the changing of the leaves colors transition into their beautiful autumn hue.
The Korea National Park Service expects fall foliage at Jirisan Mountain to reach its peak on the 25th.
The “2016 Jinju Namgang Lantern Festival” will begin on October 1st and end on the 16th at Jinju Namgang Ilwon.