Guess what? The 2018 or the XXIII Winter Olympics is going to be held from 9th to 25th February 2018 in Pyeongchang County, South Korea! So, if witnessing this epic multi-sport event was part of your dream bucket list, then… Continue Reading
The 27th High1 Seoul Music Awards 2018, one of the most prestigious K-pop award ceremonies in South Korea, is to take place on January 25th, 2018 at Gocheok Sky Dome in Seoul. The best K-pop musicians of 2017 will be invited… Continue Reading
The easiest way to plan your ski holiday to Korea!
Korea’s capital city Seoul is a busting metropolis where high-tech subways meet busy street markets and modern skyscrapers meet old-style palaces. As seen on the hit show Temperature of Love, this city has it all and it is truly a… Continue Reading
Sokcho, the number one tourist attractions in Korea is harmonized with mountain, ocean, lake and hot spring, which will be the only place in the world to have everything! When you need rest in the midst of busy and tiring… Continue Reading
Beautiful autumn leaves are taking over Korea right now! Those who wish to get up close to Korea’s fall foliage, be sure to check out these Korean mountains and national parks that offer an ultimate fall foliage experience.
Korean movie fans! Mark your calendars and catch some of the best Korean films for free at the Korean Film Festival 2017 from 26 to 28 October. The Korean Film Festival 2017 is organized by The Embassy of the Republic… Continue Reading
With crisp air, clear blue skies and perfect temperatures, autumn in Korea is certainly the best time to get outdoors and enjoy nature. Plus, you can take in the gorgeous fall colors, which will be seen all over Korea in… Continue Reading
Follow in the footsteps of Korean dramas while by enjoying the beautiful autumn foliage at these 3 best K-Drama filming locations! Autumn in Korea is when the air turns crisp and cool and the leaves change color, making it the best time of the year to… Continue Reading
South Korea is one of the most popular country to visit by Malaysian. Last year, 311,254 Malaysian tourists visited Korea which ranked as the second highest following after Thailand comparing among four neighboring Southeast Asian countries. This is a 40% increase… Continue Reading