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Places to visit in South Korea

South Korea has on offer numerous national parks enclosing beautiful mountain ranges, gorgeous ski slopes, remote islands and serve villages where you can visit rice paddy fields and sleep in traditional wooden houses as guests of the local in the area. And just when you thought that South Korea couldn't get possibly offer you anything else, you learn that the country has a packed social calendar filled with numerous festivals and events and realize that the locals are always celebrating something or the other. There are numerous things to do in South Korea, and there is always something for everyone. The three main cities of South Korea are Seoul (the capital city of South Korea), Busan and Incheon.

Each one of them has many famous and historically significant monuments, temples and landmarks. Each city has a different food culture; for instance, you can travel to Incheon to have Chinese food, even though it's a Korean city. Busan has some truly international restaurant serving fancy French and Hawaiian cuisine among other popular cuisines. You can take ferry rides from Incheon to nearly remote islands and even to China. You can enjoy the vibrant nightlife of Seoul; the city is living breathing organism 27*7.

There are numerous places to visit in South Korea, many delicious dishes to eat, go on insane shopping sprees and of course soaking in the countries rich and vast cultural history. Although there is a lot of variation in the countries weather throughout the year, South Korea is a year-round destination, and there isn't any best time to visit the country. However, each season has its distinct character and travelers should decide based on what weather they prefer and what activates they want to do and places they want to visit. 

In addition to these South Korea celebrated numerous festivals each year and you can travel choose your travel based on festivals you may want to attend. Lastly, some season like spring and autumn are busy tourist season, hence its more expensive to travel then, than say as supposed to summers or winters. Each season has on offer different activities although all famous attractions can be visited round the year.

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