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- 152 reviews
Chuncheon is one of the most liveable cities in Korea. The city is surrounded by nature: mountains and river, and the life is laid back. Riverside view is quite amazing....
- 23.56 reviews
Gyeongju, one-time home of the mighty Shilla Dynasty, routinely rates as one of South Korea's most popular tourist sights. With its tumli burial mounds, ancient astronomy tower, Bulguksa Temple and...
- 34.5513 reviews
At last Seoul is shedding its reputation for being one of the more sleepy Asian capitals. The city is rising again but thankfully not totally at the expense of some...
- 44.540 reviews
A major port city of Korea, Busan actually feels very laid back perhaps due to its roots as a fishing village. There are several modern shopping malls just along side...
- 54.520 reviews
Jeju city, along with the rest of the island, does have a very different atmosphere from the rest of mainland Korea. With palm tree-lined streets, breezy island air, and nearby...
- 63.518 reviews
I lived in Incheon for a year, teaching English. It is very livable and nicely close to Seoul without being quite as crowded. However, it is kind of ugly.
- 742 reviews
용인 (Yong-in) is a quiet suburban city south of Seoul. There are plenty of restaurants and shopping places, but they are all spread far from each other, so a car...
- 848 reviews
One hour subway to Seoul. I study at Sungkyunkwang U , it is a good place live, but for tourism stay in Seoul.
- 94.52 reviews
Gangneung has a variety of attractions.
- 1021 review