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5 Most Romantic Places in Korea

Do you live in Korea and are looking for something special to do on Valentine’s Day? Jeongsu and I are getting ready to celebrate Valentine’s Day and are looking for the ideal place. Whether you’re alone or with your partner in crime, the following five places are worth checking out for this special Romantic day. 

Share Breathtaking Views off the Tongyeong Cable Car

The views of the beautiful Green Islands in the ocean waters of Tongyeong are definitely one of the most beautiful I have ever seen. Take a romantic cable car ride up the mountain to get a stunning 360-view of the blue water with dozens of lush green islands scattered for miles and miles. Being located in the very south of Korea, Tongyeong promises great weather and lots of sunshine.

by Linda Goes East

Hang Up a Lovelock at Seoul Tower

If you decide to spend Valentine’s Day in the capital, why not do one of the currently most romantic things possible and hang up a lovelock at Seoul Tower? Featured in dramas such as My Love from the Star, the lovelocks at Seoul Tower are one of the most romantic ways to show your significant other how much you love them. You can buy a lock at the souvenir shop next to the tower, or bring your own, and write a cute message on it. Then, lock it on the gates and you love will last forever!

by Linda Goes East

Have a Romantic Stroll at the Suwon Fortress

The beautiful fortress area of Suwon has become one of my favorite getaways from Seoul. I find it extremely romantic, to wander along the old city walls and explore the four major gates which used to protect the city from intruders. This area also promises spectacular sunsets. From the top of the mountain platform, you have a Stunning View of the entire city. You will not be disappointed!

Have a Picnic at Haeundae Beach in Busan

The city of Busan is one of my favorites and always makes for a great weekend trip. Everyone raves about Haeundae beach but have you ever though about having a picnic there? Even in February, the city attracts with slightly higher temperatures than Seoul and is not full of tourists as it is in the summer months.

by Linda Goes East

Wander Through Jeonju Hanok Village

For my birthday, only 6 days after Valentine’s Day, we’re planning to spend a weekend in Jeonju, a traditional Korean village with dozens of hanok, traditional houses. It’s a super romantic place with lots of things to eat, see and do! How about a Korean calligraphy course, or wearing traditional Korean hanbok dress for the day? Be sure to try the famous Jeonju bibimbap rice bowl and munch your way through the endless food stalls!

by Chris Anderson

“According to Greek mythology, humans were originally created with four arms, four legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other halves.”

― Plato, The Symposium


How do you spend your Valentine’s Day?


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