Maemiseong is a medieval style castle that was built by a single man. Check out the magnificent views and be sure to take some fantastic pics.
With gorgeous water and incredible sand, Hamdeok Beach might convince you that Jeju actually IS the Hawaii of Korea.
Eating ALL THE FOOD is one of the best parts of visiting Korea. Explore when, where and what to eat in Seoul in this complete food guide.
The Korea weather in April has a little bit of everything. Get the scoop on what to wear, prepare and pack for a successful trip.
Gyeongpo Beach is a quiet, peaceful golden sanded 4km beach, facing the massive Pacific Ocean, just 2.5 hours away from Seoul. You'll wonder why you didn't go sooner.
Spending Christmas in Seoul? Wondering where to get festive? Learn about the best festivals to see Christmas lights, where to eat Christmas dinner + more!
Need to get from Incheon Airport to Myeongdong? Learn if the AREX train, subway, limousine bus, private car or taxi is best for you in this total transportation guide.
If there's one thing you do when visiting Seoul - let it be renting a traditional Korean hanbok, wandering historic sites and having an impromptu photo shoot.
The Starfield Library was a sensation from the moment it opened. It's a can't miss attraction located smack dab in the middle of Coex Mall in Gangnam. Bring your camera!
The Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain is the longest bridge fountain in the entire world. See it at night for a truly special experience.
A Seoul summer is a sticky, sweaty force to be reckoned with. Here's how Seoulites survive the worst 2 weather months of the year.
Seoul Sky Observatory should be on everyone's must see list. The views from Korea's tallest building and the 3rd highest observation deck in the world are astounding.
Quality facials, private rooms and a silent spa environment at an affordable price in Seoul. No wonder I visit K Spa as often as I can.
The blooming of Korea's cherry blossoms is the most eagerly anticipated spring event in the country. Find out when & how you can see them at their absolute best.
In autumn, a wave of colour sweeps its way across the peninsula, dramatically transforming rocky mountains and monotone tree-lined streets into a prismatic orchestra of vivid crimsons, burnt oranges and mellow yellows.
Seoul at night is a pulsing, breathing, living thing of beauty full of sparkly lights, noisy restaurants and crowds of people. Here's what you can do in one of the world's true 24 hour cities.
Don't hibernate till the cherry blossoms bloom! Throw on your long padding coat and venture forth bravely into the frostiest of Korea’s seasons.
Koh Lipe has been high on my list of Thai islands to visit for quite some time now. Here's what you should know before deciding on the best time to visit.
The centuries old trompe d'oeil technique used at the Trickeye Museum in Seoul has been updated with something super futuristic - augmented reality!
Le Tatin offers a rare thing in Seoul - affordable savoury crepes. Even better? These ones are Français-friend tested and approved!
Would you believe that you can visit Maafushi or any of the local islands in the Maldives for less than $100 per day?
A meal at Jungsik - the first Korean restaurant to appear on San Pellegrino's prestigious 50 Best Restaurants in Asia list, EVER.