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Spring in Jinhae, Korea. Am supposed to be seeing this next week but with nkorea threats I might be canceling. Adventure Lies in Front comment: I wish I had gone to South Korea in Spring! This looks amazing

Hanoks are Korean traditional houses and Bukchon Village is where the aristocratic classes lived during the Joseon Dynasty! Certain Hanoks are still owned by locals, while most of it were converted into galleries, restaurants, and cafes. @whatsupseoul whatsupseoul.com

Bukchon-Hanok-Village-Bukchon village is the largest district of traditional Korean wooden homes hanok in Seoul. Dark tiled roofs, decorated walls, and breathtaking courtyards give you the opportunity to touch history and traditions

One of the reason why I want to go to Korea =>Cherry blossoms in Seoul, Korea

Cherry Blossoms in Seoul, South Korea - Japanese Cherry Blossoms aren't really theirs. They're actually from Korea.

서영균 - Feel the Spring  Nikon D3X - 85mm  f/2.2, 1/320sec, ISO100

Feel the Spring - The cherry blossoms falling, Chin Hae, South Korea.

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One Week in Seoul

One of my greatest desire is to travel to Korea. I don't want to my parents have to financially support my dreams, so I want to be able to pay for my own trip. I hope by the time I become older, I'll grow to become more mature and find myself during my jo

HERES AN "OUT OF COUNTRY PARK" JUWANGSAN NATIONAL PARK IN KOREA ! FIND IT AT en.wikipedia.org

Juwangsan National Park in South Korea has a Royal Azalea Festival - annual festival, held the first week of May.

It's really a beautiful city and I love the culture of Seoul, Korea

My favorite distance run is through bukchon hills and around the major temples.

The world's first invisible tower is surprisingly visible.

SEE IT: South Korea's 1,476-foot disappearing tower

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