In Seoul, October is a time to celebrate. Throughout the month, the city's streets, parks, and cultural spaces play host to a wide range of festivals and celebrations.
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The Seoul International Fireworks Festival 2013 lit up the night skies over Yeouido Hangang Park in Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, on October 5.
The Gwangju World Kimchi Culture Festival 2013 kicked off at the Jungoe Park Culture Belt area in Buk-gu, Gwangju-si on October 5.
The Jeonju International Sori Festival 2013 is being held at the Sori Arts Center of Jeollabuk-do and Jeonju Hanok Village in Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do, from October 2 to 6, 2013.
Global sensation PSY’s Korean tourism promotion ‘PYS’s Wiki Korea’ campaign has showcased in Sydney.
The exciting KOINMO Festival in September showcases Korea's theatrical charms through some of its best performances!
Suncheon City swamped with Expo Visitors
Songdo Good Market, an annual flea market aimed at spreading green and sharing culture in Korea, will be back on April 27 at the Songdo Canal Walk inside the Songdo International Business District
The Korean Cultural Heritage Foundation runs a unique amenity at the Incheon International Airport, namely the Traditional Cultural Centre.
The average hotel room rates in Seoul, the most preferred travel destination in Korea for foreign travelers, increased by 4 per cent to 190,430 won(A$180.00) in 2012, a jump higher than the global
Korail, the Korean government-run railroad operator, has expanded its train travel packages to a variety of flower festival in the spring around the nation.
The 2013 Sydney Festival’s sensation “Semele Walk,” a funky and fashionable 21st century adaptation of Handel’s opera-oratorio “Semele,” will have a Korean premier on March 22-23 at the Tongyeong I