Seoul - Post Report Question and Answers

What have been the highlights of your time in this country? Best trips or experiences?

I've only been here during covid, so can't share much on this. - Nov 2021

Food. Regional travel. Interesting work. Thailand, vietnam, china, philippines, everywhere around here has interesting places to visit. so does korea. - Feb 2020

There is always something to do here (hike, festivals, movies, exploring different parts of the country). It was very easy to meet people and I formed many good friendships with people from all over. - Feb 2016

Going to see Korean baseball, which is much more of a party than American baseball. Riding the train down to Busan, taking in the countryside in comfort. Jeju island. Easy travel to other countries in the region. Feeling safer than anywhere I've ever lived. - Feb 2016

Making life-long friends, trips throughout Korea. - Jul 2015

Visiting Seoraksan National Park and Sokcho beaches was so fun. Chinhae cherry blossoms are incredible. Yongin recreational forest has great paragliding and a fun hiking/camping area. Favorites in the city were Dongdaemun, Myeongdong, and Namdaemun markets, hiking Seoul Tower, the Seoul zoo is great, tons of amusement parks, DMZ tour, museums, etc. There are just so many things to do here. - Jan 2014

Touring the entire country with easy access to public transportation about 95% of the time, knowing how to beat the endless number of big brother cameras that completely cover this country when you speed on roads, being able to eat something and find it open at virtually ever hour of the day, all days, everyday. No exception. Seoul does not sleep ever. - Sep 2013

Enjoying the lanterns and the crowds during an evening stroll along Cheoggyecheong Stream. Getting out of Seoul and exploring Korea's seven other provinces. - Jan 2011

Touring Korea is fantastic, there is so much to see, and the clasical Arts are available, symphony, dance, and many visiting artists. - Dec 2010

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