Essentially a smaller version of the World’s Fair, the Yeosu Expo literally brings the world to South Korea.
Korea is one of Formula 1‘s newest race hosts with the race being held on the new Korean International Circuit.
Each spring Jindo, Korea’s third largest island, is inundated with visitors eager to traverse the ocean floor during the Jindo Miracle Sea Festival.
Come for the K-pop and stay for the kimchi at South Korea’s popular Hallyu Dream Festival – where star sightings and cultural wonders abound.
Fancy clothes, mountains of food, gifts galore and three straight days of relaxing with the family: Koreans know how to do the New Year right! Check out the annual Seollal celebration and see for yourself.
Valentine’s Day has spread across the globe and has found a happy home in Asia. Learn how Valentines Day is celebrated in this part of the world.
Though Valentine’s Day is easily the most popular love-related holiday around the world. Wonderful White Day is a strong contender for the second slot.
For three glorious days in May, when the Buddha turns a year older, Korea pulls out all the stops and throws the best birthday party ever.
If you’re looking for time-honored traditions and a real experience of Korean culture set in a beautiful seaside location, Danoje is your festival.
South Korea’s famous Boryeong Mud Festival is the perfect excuse to go wild.