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South Korea Travel Guide: Events You Shouldn’t Miss This 2019

South Korea tourism has been catching every traveller’s interest not only for the cool places you can visit but also the events and festivals you can enjoy. Catch up on these exciting events by reading up on this South Korea travel guide!

 

Seollal

February 5, 2019

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Photo Courtesy: Imagine your Korea | Seollal

Seollal or the Korean Lunar New Year is one of the most important South Korea events. Koreans celebrate this day with their family where younger generations perform a bow and the old ones give gifts and money in return. Celebrate Seollal like a real Korean where you can wear hanboks, play game boards, and indulge in traditional Korean food like tteokguk.

 

Jeju Fire Festival

March 7-10, 2019

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Photo Courtesy: Imagine your Korea | Jeju Fire Festival

Jeju is known for having a clean and green place in South Korea. This festival is held by Koreans to pray for good fortune and health. You can enjoy playing folk games, watching different performances, and appreciate the beautiful nature of Jeju island.

 

Jindo Miracle Sea Road Festival

March 21-24, 2019

The Jindo miracle sea road festival is kind of similar to the miracle of Moses parting the sea except that this festival’s story occurs with a woman. It came from a mythical story where Jindo island was attacked by vicious tigers and only one woman didn’t escape so she prayed to the deity to part the sea so she can go to the neighbouring island, and it happened. Now, every year South Koreans celebrate in the morning at 6 am during low tide and they light a torch and march towards the sea.

 

Boryeong Mud Festival

July 12-21, 2019

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Want another beauty secret? Take part in the Boryeong Mud Festival! Festival-goers apply the boryeong mud on their face and all over their body. It is a tradition for Koreans to use this kind of mud as a great skin remedy because it contains rich-minerals that remove excess sebum from the skin and reduce scars and acne.

 

Ultra Korea

June 2019 (no specific date yet)

Photo Courtesy: Ultra Worldwide | Ultra Korea 2017 

Party in Korea like no other! Like Ultra Europe, Korea has its own Ultra party filled with great music held by DJs, foods and drinks, and lots of dancing and jumping of course! Dress to impress and experience unending excitement and fun when you buy your tickets to Ultra Korea 2019.

 

Jinju Namgang Yudeung Festival

October 1-13, 2019

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Another annual festival that’s being celebrated is the Jinju Lantern Festival (Jinju Namgang Yudeung Festival). During this time, Lanterns in different colours, shapes, and sizes float around the area. There are also musicians playing and fireworks display. The lanterns’ theme is about the Japanese invasion giving honour to brave men who sacrifice their lives for their country’s freedom.

 

Busan Fireworks Festival

October 2019

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Craving for some fireworks display? Our next South Korea travel guide destination is Busan! The Busan Fireworks festival is perfect for travellers seeking to enjoy a colourful nightlife while enjoying the cool breeze of South Korea. It takes place every October along the Gwangalli beach. Bring your friends and have a night beach picnic under the stars and fireworks.

 

South Korea Travel Guide: Hotels in South Korea

Hotel Gracery – Seoul

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Photo Courtesy: Hotel Gracery | Gallery

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Photo Courtesy: Hotel Gracery | Gallery

Stay in a posh and luxurious room of Hotel Gracery situated in Seoul. Each room is neat and modern and is equipped with superb amenities. Their restaurant is filled with lots of Korean and International cuisines that are perfect to satisfy your cravings.

 

The Westin Chosun Hotel – Busan

Looking for a luxurious, high-quality room in Busan? Look no more! The Westin Chosun Hotel is one of the best hotels in South Korea and will give you high-class accommodation partnered with amenities such as mini bar, closet needs, and other bed and bath needs. You can also indulge in sumptuous meals or refreshing cocktail drinks while enjoying the view of the sea at their restaurants and bars.

 

Ramada Encore Hotel – Jeju

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Photo Courtesy: Ramada Encore Hotel Jeju

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Photo Courtesy: Ramada Encore Hotel Jeju

Ramada Encore Hotel is only 5 minutes away from Jeju International Airport and it is a centre for Jeju transportation. With its traditional Korean interior design, the hotel creates a cultural vibe from its rooms to restaurants and facilities.  You will surely love the relaxing and peaceful ambience of this hotel.

 

Visit South Korea and experience these wonderful events! Check out our South Korea Travel Guide to discover more fun things to do in South Korea!

 

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Source/s: Imagine your Korea, Ultra Worldwide, Gracery Hotel, The Westin Chosun Hotel, Ramada Encore Hotel

 

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