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Places to visit in South Korea

South Korea, offers an incredible choice of experiences, appealing sites and a rare mix of ethnicity and history. Several temples, churches, and memorials are the visual tokens of the diversity of belief. Visit the religious shrines of Jongmyo and Inwangsan Guksadang. If you wish to learn about Buddhism, try the Templestay program offered at more than a hundred temples across South Korea. The Lotus Lantern Festival and Jongmyo Daeje are the chief spiritual carnivals and they will really add value your visit by offering an insight into Korean traditions.

A good count of historical museums exists in Seoul. National Museum of Korea, Changdeokgung, and Donggureung are famous historical spots that will appeal to history buffs visiting South Korea. Though the stone works in the man- made monuments are stunning, it is the natural scenery that takes your breath away. South Korea has twenty national parks, mountain peaks with charming brooks, waterfall, and a dazzling assortment of floras. N Seoul Tower with foggy views, Ulleungdo- an island at the top of an extinct volcano, Namhaedo- the country’s third largest island, Boseong- gateway to the Boseong Daehan Dawon Tea Plantation, and Hahoe Folk Village offer vantage points to witness the beauty of South Korea.  
If you are looking for shopping spots, then you must visit D Cube City, Dongdaemun Wholesale Market, Namdaemun Market, Gyeongdong Market, Janganpyeong Antiques Market, Seoul Yangnyeongsi Herb Medicine Market, and Ahyeon-Dong Wedding Street. Shops like Key and KCDF Gallery are jam-packed with arts & craft stuffs. Yongsan Market and E-Mart give you best deals on electronic products.

Multiple-group tour packages are available in South Korea like the Korea Cycle Tour, Jeju Island Tour, Classic Korea, Joint Security Area Tours, and visits to the Hanok Village.

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