Ancient temples and fortresses, an extinct volcano and the world's best lava tube system await.
You can try your hand at pretty much every Winter Olympic sport there is, if you know the right places to go.
Where kneeling for a photo might be taken as an insult and ripped jeans are a no-no.
South Korea's many attractions have flown under the radar for far too long, but all that is about to change with the 23rd Winter Olympics.
The South Korean province of Gangwon is gearing up for a wave of foreign arrivals during the Winter Olympic Games this February.
The tunnels are hundreds of feet below the earth's surface and stretch from the North Korean side of the heavily fortified Demilitarized Zone into neighbouring South Korea.
A Buddhist meditation boot camp proves challenging yet enlightening.
There is one thing you should do when in Seoul.
Asia's third largest economy welcomes visitors with open arms. Hike its mountainous countryside that's awash with natural attractions. Listen as monks chant serenely from buddhist temples while its modern cities buzz 24/7. Visit the contentious DMZ, which separates it from its northern neighbour. Throw in a distinct cuisine, and some bizarre festivals, and you've got a recipe for the perfect trip.