Jeju is a popular destination renowned for its unique natural formations, pristine beaches, and volcanic landscape.
This beautiful island is close to Seoul. It is renowned for its lovely walkways lined with trees, tranquil gardens, and stunning landscapes.
Seoraksan National Park
It is one of South Korea’s most well-known national parks and is situated in the northeastern region of the nation. Rugged peaks, deep valleys, thick forests and stunning waterfalls are some of its unique characteristics.
It is both a coastal wetland and a hotspot for biodiversity. The tidal flats, reed beds and several bird species are all visible from here, and they are all breathtaking. For tourists to explore, there are walkways and viewing platforms.
Boseong Green Tea Fields
Green tea plantations may be found in abundance in Boseong, in the province of South Jeolla. While admiring the breathtaking surroundings and learning about the traditional tea production process, visitors can stroll along the hillside estates.