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Travel to Korea: What are good places to visit in Korea?

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We have already seen that What is there to see in Seoul? Today, Emagasia going to promote you what are good places to visit in Korea. Korea has four distinct seasons, each with its own natural beauty.

What are good places to visit in Korea?

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What are good places to visit in Korea?

When spring arrives around March or April, Jeolla-do ( a province ) blooms with bright flowers. Camellia flowers and empress trees make Yeosu famous, Jinhae is famous for cherry blossoms, and Mt. Baekun is famous for maehwa ( similar to apricot ) trees.

In the summer, hiking around the Mt. Taebeak range is wonderful, and the view from the summit of steep Mt. Jiri is spectacular. In August, Jeonnam’s Bosung Chabat ( tea field ) is a colourful sight. When fall begins around October, the whole country is enveloped by colorful leaves. Mt. Naejang is the most breath taking place for enjoying fall’s splendor.

In the winter, the mountains of Kangwon-do ( a province ) become the choicest skiing spot.

If you’d like to see some cultural sights, go and see the thousand-year-old former capital, Kyongju. In this formal capital of the Silla kingdom, you can presently see many old Buddhist temples and archaeological artifacts and get a taste for what that brilliant culture of the past was like.

If you want to know more about Confucian culture, check out Andong’s Dosan Suhwon ( a confucian university in the past ) and Hahoe village. If you’re interested in the crafting of ceramics, go to Icheon’s ceramics village. If you want to experience something really different, visit Jeju island.

Don’t just sit around and read about Korea’s natural and cultural attractions, take off and experience them!

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