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[HanCinema's Digest] Travel Bug Bites

2016/03/26 | 464 views | Permalink

See Seoul's hottest attractions with new K-bus tours, Korean dramas help boost tourism at home and away, read Soo Kim's travel retrospective about Seoul, and hit Korea's highways and byways with a road trip around the country.

"K-TRAVEL BUS Introduction"

All aboard the K-bus! Yes, that's right, there is even "a special bus tour program to visit local tourist attractions of Korea from Seoul for one night, two days". This is another awesome option for travellers to ensure you get the most our of your time in Korea: "find hidden attractions in Korea": yes, please!

...READ ON K-TRAVEL BUS

"Latest drama hit creates new travel boom"

Baek Sang-hoon and Lee Eung-bok's 2016 drama "Descendants of the Sun", starring Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo, is causing a bit of a boom in tourism for Zakynthos, a beautiful island in Greece where parts of the drama were shot: "At home, cities that were featured in the drama are developing content that can be featured on tours to attract visitors from China, where the drama has also drawn a large viewership".

...READ ON THE KOREA TIMES

"Seoul searching in South Korea"

Travel writer, Soo Kim, reflects on her experiences, memories and family history in Korea's capital in this thoughtful piece for the Telegraph: "I was seven years old when I last visited Seoul, where my mother and father first met as teenagers in the Sixties while working at a photo-album factory. With a population of more than 10 million – nearly half of the country's residents – the bustling capital is big, bright and bold..."

...READ ON THE TELEGRAPH

"Why you should take a South Korea Road Trip!"

Have you considered renting a car and driving around Korea yourself? It's a great idea and Duke has recently published a post that explores that very option: "...That's why I think a South Korea Road Trip is your best bet for exploring the country from your own perspective. Let me show you by focusing on some of my favorite spots found along the road..." Beautiful vistas and the open road awaits you!

...READ ON DUKE STEWART WRITES

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