The honeymooning destination for locals, Jeju is fast becoming popular with foreign tourists. This ‘Hawai of South Korea’ is known for its natural beauty, its volcanic heritage, gorgeous beaches, Loveland Theme Park, and local ‘grandfather stones’ and ‘haenyeo divers’. The Jeju Volcanic Island and Lava Tubes is now a UNESCO- acclaimed World Heritage Site.
The timeless delights of South Korea’s Fust City may be a given, but there’s always a new twist. Saunter into the K-Style Hub, a local favourite but with new allurements for foreign guests. From a hanbok-fitting to taking selfies with K-pop singers in the Hallyu Culture Zone, it’s time for a new take on Seoul. Sign up for a stay in a hanok – a traditional Korean dwelling. Hit the restaurants and pubs on Gyeongnidan Road – the hottest spot to enjoy your own craft beer. Just 10 minutes away is Itaewon – the liveliest place to be on Saturday night. Sample new culinary trends – chi-maek, chicken and beer or pi-maek – pizza and beer.