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Best Urban Parks to Visit in Spring

Spring is a beautiful time to visit Korea, especially when nature presents such a colorful tapestry of colors! Parks in an urban setting are a great way to enjoy this beauty without cutting into your vacation time. 

Suitable for a relaxing picnic, fun activities, or just a short walk, parks are a great fit for all travelers and styles!

Yeouido Hangang Park: The Hangang River runs through the heart of Seoul and serves as a resting place and perfect weekend outing location for the local citizens. 

There are a total of 11 citizens parks spread out along the banks of this beloved river, but the most popular among tourists and locals alike is Yeouido Hangang Park. It is especially popular in spring, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom.

Ilsan Lake Park: It wouldn’t be far-fetched to call Ilsan Lake Park a flower park. The park is populated by nearly 1,800 cherry blossom trees, in addition to numerous weeping willows and forsythia shrubs. The over-abundance of flowers can give photos the illusion of having been straight out of a fairy tale. The park is also the venue of the annual International Horticulture Goyang Korea, a global flower exposition. 



Olympic Park: Located in Songpa-gu, Seoul, Olympic Park is grand in both size and name, having served as the venue of both the 1986 Asian Games and the 1988 Summer Olympics. The park takes up a vast 1.4 million square meters and would take roughly 3 hours to walk through the entire park. 

To make your wandering easier, we recommend stopping at the information center by the World Peace Gate for a map of the park’s many pathways. 

Imjingak Pyeonghwa Nuri Park: The northern-most park in Gyeonggi-do, Pyeonghwa Nuri Park within Imjingak Resort was created in 2005 as part of the World Peace Festival. 

Although the war and subsequent separation are painful moments in Korea’s history, the park serves to promote peace and reconciliation. 

The park’s key points are the Hill of Music, a large grassy outdoor concert venue; and the Hill of Wind, featuring a photo zone of over 3,000 pinwheels spinning freely.


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Short-term visitors
Foreign nationals entering Korea are required to have a Korean visa issued by the Korean Embassy or consular offices in their country. 

Visa for non-urgent travels, including tourism, is suspended until further notice. Only visas for work, investment and other business purposes are being issued. 

When applying for a visa, the following documents are required: Health Condition Report Form, Agreement to Facility Quarantine Form, and a medical diagnosis certificate issued by a medical institution within 48 hours of submitting the application. 

Translation and notary requirement of the medical diagnosis certificate may vary by the Korean Embassy of your country

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Bucket List Destination for Art Lovers

After a long time stuck indoors staring at the same four walls, the idea of spending any more time inside can be repulsive, but it doesn’t have to be. 

At these amazing art installations, you’ll be sad to see the exit. 

Museum SAN: Museum SAN, being located atop a mountain, offers both amazing artwork and natural landscape views. The museum starts with the outdoor Flower Garden, passing through a small grove of birch trees before reaching the Water Garden. 

Along the way, visitors will see many sculptures made by famous artists. Behind the main building is the Stone Garden, decorated with large tumuli-like art pieces, while the café terrace located to the side provides a place to relax while enjoying the mountainous view. 

Arte Museum: Arte Museum in Jeju is a unique exhibition space that uses projections and mirrors to create unique spaces under the overarching theme “Eternal Nature.” 

Opened at an old speaker-production factory in October of 2020, the museum offers ten exhibition spaces complete with sounds and scents that pull you deeper into the light displays. 

After visitors experience scenery like waterfalls, beaches, and a star-filled night sky at Arte Museum, they’ll never look at nature the same.


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Traveler's personal information will be registered into the Immigration System of Korea's Ministry of Justice during the check-in process to assess whether the traveler falls under the COVID-19 travel regulations (i.e. travel records to dangerous area within the past 14 days, signs of COVID-19, etc.). 


After 4 seconds, the Ministry of Justice will alert the check-in counter and prevent any travelers with possible danger from boarding.


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A future city with an ancient past 

Learn more about Korea now to create the best itineraries for your clients when the time is right to travel again!

Visitors to Korea will discover fascinating history, mouth-watering cuisine, and diverse landscapes.

The Republic of Korea is a country visited by approximately ten million international travelers every year. With its long history in culture and tradition, the country has a lot to offer to travelers. Continue reading our articles to discover more about Korea and make sure to book stays from our promotional accommodations below to create the itinerary for your clients. 

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Yeouido's Yeouiseo-ro Road: Yeouiseo Road (formerly known as Yunjung Road), located behind the National Assembly Building in Yeouido, is one of the most popular destinations for viewing cherry blossoms. 

As cherry blossoms begin to fully bloom in early to mid-April, the 1,800 cherry blossom trees transform the road into a snow-white tunnel, accented by forsythia and other spring blossoms, just in time for Yeongdeungpo’s Yeouido Spring Flower Festival. Road traffic is restricted in certain areas during the festival period, allowing visitors to enjoy the cherry blossoms to their hearts’ content.

Namsan Park Circuit Road: Namsan Park’s circuit road, which connects Namsan Library, Namsan Octagonal Pavilion and the National Theater of Korea in Jangchung-dong, is a beautiful scenic route lined with forsythias, azaleas, and cherry blossoms. 

Although it stands at 262 meters above sea level, Namsan Mountain is a fairly easy walk and the blossoms make it that much more enjoyable. The walk begins from Namsan Library and takes about 40 minutes to reach Namsan Octagonal Pavilion located at the top of the mountain.

 

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