Have you traveled the world ??You can feel trip around countries by visiting this famous destinations in Korea. Lets check it out!
Incheon Chinatown is Korea’s only official Chinatown.It is in Jung-gu and was formed in 1884. It claims to be the largest Chinatown in South Korea, and features an 11-meter high Chinese style gateway. As of 2007 few ethnic Chinese live in the Incheon Chinatown. There are both many food and various attractions in Incheon chinatown. There is no fee to enter this town
Seollin-dong / Bukseong-dong, Jung-gu, Incheon-si
인천 중구 선린동 , 북성동 일대
Incheon Station (Seoul Subway Line 1).
Incheon China Town is located within 3-minutes’ walking distance of the station.
Petite France is another tourist destination made famous by Korean dramas such as the one I’ve mentioned in my previous post. Another name for this place is Little Prince Village which contains a memorial hall for Saint-Exupery, the author of the celebrated French novel, Le Petit Prince. There are public performances and indoor puppet shows, although we weren’t able to see any. The entrance fee is 8,000 won.
1063, Hoban-ro, Cheongpyeong-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 가평군 청평면 호반로 1063
From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal or Sangbong Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Cheongpyeong.
From Cheongpyeong Bus Terminal, take a local bus bound for Goseong-ri (고성리).
Alternatively, take the Gapyeong City Tour Bus to Petite France.
EDELWEISS SWISS THEME PARK
Swiss Theme park, located in Gapyeong is a Swiss-styled park surrounded by breathtaking mountainous views. You can call it ‘small’ Switzerland in Korea, because the facilities are Switzerland-inspired architectural designs. Some other facilities available for tourists include museums, trick art areas, galleries and souvenir shops. Admission fee for adult: 10000, student : 6000, 36 months-13years 5000 won.
304 Icheon-ri, Seorak-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Cheongphyeong station exit 1, and take shuttle bus or taxi
DAEGWALLYONG SHEEP FARM
You often see this place in Korean dramas and movies and you tell yourself that you must go there when you visit Korea. Daegwallyeong is only one of the many tourist areas in Pyeongchang.
Adults: 4,000 won / Children & Teenagers (ages 6-19): 3,500 won / Seniors (ages 65 and above) & People with Disabilities: 2,000 won
Adults: 3,500 won / Children & Teenagers (ages 6-19): 3,000 won / Seniors & People with Disabilities: 2,000 won
483-32, Daegwallyeongmaru-gil, Daegwannyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
강원도 평창군 대관령면 대관령마루길 483-32
From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Hoenggye (횡계).
From Hoenggye Intercity Bus Terminal, take a taxi to the farm. (Estimated taxi fare: 8,000 won)
The German Village is best appreciated if you take the time to study the historical relationship between South Korea and Germany. The scenery is very nice with mountains and foothills ending at the harbor. Good small restaurant choices with German beer and traditional German food.
64-7, Dogil-ro, Samdong-myeon, Namhae-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
경상남도 남해군 삼동면 독일로 64-7 (삼동면)
From Seoul Nambu Terminal or Dong Seoul Terminal, take an intercity bus bound for Namhae Intercity Bus Terminal.
Take a Local Bus to Namhae-Mijo at Namhae Bus Terminal Bus Stop and get off at Naedongcheon Bus Stop. (22 bus stops)
Walk along the road for 623m toward the village. Or, take a taxi to the venue from the bus terminal.
Santorini is a 2-story, traditional Italian restaurant with a luxurious interior. During the warmer seasons, tables are placed on a green grassy field allowing customers to dine outside while enjoying the fine weather and scenery. Many kind of menu served here from traditional italian food and ice cream.
1154-97, Sunhwan-daero, Dong-myeon, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do
강원도 춘천시 동면 순환대로 1154-97 (동면)
Namchuncheon Station (Gyeongchun Line), Exit 1.
Take Bus 66 and get off at Janghak 1-ri Bus Stop. (22 bus stops)
From the bus stop, walk for 1.66km toward Gubongsan Mountain Observatory.
Also, one can take a taxi to the venue from the station.
The area of Sinheung-dong, where the Hirotsu House is located, was a residential area for the wealthy class during the Japanese occupation period and the Hirotsu House was constructed by Hirotsu, a man who ran a linen shop. A lot of Korean movies and dramas such as ‘The General’s Son’, ‘Fighter in the Wind’, and ‘Tazza’ were filmed in this house. There are many japanese-style houses in this area which have been well-preserved. Many travellers, young couples very often, come to see to feel and see the era of Japanese-ruled era when their parents lived. It is very good to take pictures here.
17, Guyeong 1-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
전라북도 군산시 구영1길 17 (신흥동)
From Central City Terminal to Gunsan Express Bus Terminal, take an express bus. (approx. 2 hr and 30 min)
-Upon exiting out to the left, take a right at the Palma Gwangjang Ogeori five-way intersection (팔마광장오거리)
-Take Bus 54 to Myeongsan Sageori (명산사거리).
(4 bus stops away)
-Make a left at the four-way intersection and continue walking straight, crossing one street until the house is seen on the right.
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