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Keep Social distancing and based on thorough hygiene rules!

  • Keep a distance of two arm’s length from others, Only one person/seat row on the bus
  • Keep cover your mouth and nose, Should bring your own mask when you get on the bus
  • Set Sanitizer and fever check, The hand sanitizer placed on the bus by KoreaTravelEasy

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Pyeongchang Peace Music Festival – Gangwondo 1day tour (2020, Aug 7th,8th)


Pyeongchang Peace Music Festival in Gangwondo

Are you tired of waiting for the K-pop Concert Event!? 

Join our Keep Social Distancing” Music Festival in Gangwondo!

We keep the distance on the bus and board, also do it with a fever check and hand sanitizer.


This time, you can have a CONCERT with HEALING TOUR,

Let’s go together and have some fresh air in Gangwondo!

The Pyeongchang Peace Music Festival is a great opportunity to celebrate the peaceful hosting of the 2018 Winter Olympics to deliver a message of peace to people in the peaceful image of the city of Pyeongchang and to tour the beautiful nature of Gangwon-do together.


2020 Pyeongchang Peace Music Festival Information:


  • WHAT: Pyeongchang Peace Music Festival
  • WHEN: 2020, August 7th(Fri.) & 8th(Sat.) 
  • TIME: Concert starts from 7:00PM to 9:00PM
  • WHERE: Outdoor stage nearby Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium
  • LINE-UP: 
    Aug 7th (Fri.) Oh my girl / Ali / Kim Jang-hoon / Art Performance teams / Peace Parade
    Aug 8th (Sat.) Lim Chang-jeong / Song So-hee / Jeong Dong-ha / Art Performance teams / Peace Parade
    – Concert + Balwangsan Skywalk Tour, heal your soul with fresh air.
    – Keep Social Distancing Rule, you are not allowed to join the tour and enter the stadium without a mask.

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TOP 8 Best Things To See in Jeju Island


Here are the TOP 8 attractions you must see in Jeju island! 



🛫 Just fly an hour and a half, you can get to Jeju island from Seoul city!

🌞 Jeju has a humid subtropical climate. Four distinct seasons are experienced on Jeju; winters are cool and dry while summers are hot, humid, and sometimes rainy.

🌅 Jeju Island, designated as Jeju Special Autonomous Province, lies southwest of the Korean Peninsula and is the largest tourist destination in Korea. The whole island was designated as a special tourist zone, and wherever tourists go, they can look upon beautiful scenery.

🌄 Jeju Island earned the UNESCO triple crown, being designated as a World Natural Heritage, Global Geopark, and Biosphere Reserve as well as one of the Seven Wonders of Nature.

NO.1 Mt. Hallasan

Hallasan Mountain stands proudly at the center of Jeju Island and is perhaps the island’s most memorable landmarks. Also called Yeongjusan Mountain, meaning “mountain high enough to pull the galaxy”.

Situated on the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula, Hallasan is 1,950 meters in height and is the highest mountain in South Korea. Formed from volcanic activity, the mountain is a dormant volcano made mostly of basalt. Home to the magnificent Baekrokdam (lake-filled crater), the mountainside is covered with alpine flora and lush trees.

Hallasan Mountain is relatively easy to hike. With hiking courses less than 10 kilometers in length, it is possible to go to the peak and back in one day. However, the constantly changing weather brings a lot of wind, so visitors must be well prepared before hiking. 



NO.2 Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone (UNESCO World Heritage)

Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone rose 180 meters above sea level due to a magma flow under the sea over 5,000 years ago. It was originally a separate island, but a build-up of sand and soil has connected it to the main island. A large crater, formed by the hot lava mixing with cold ocean water, is located at the top of Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone. The crater is about 600 meters in diameter and 90 meters deep. It has been featured in films, and was originally used for agriculture, but has now been given over to a field of silver grass.

From the summit, visitors can see Udo Island, as well as take in the magnificent sunrise. The tuff cone area was designated as a natural reserve on July 19, 2000.



NO.3 Daepo Jusangjeoli Cliff

Jusangjeolli is stone pillars piled up along the coast and is a designated cultural monument of Jeju Island. Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain erupted into the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes and almost seem as if stonemasons had carved them out. The administration of the district named them ‘Jisatgae Rocks’ from their old name ‘Jisatgae’. The 20m cliff makes it a popular spot for high tide and sea angling.

The waves of the high tide crashing into the side of the cliff provide a breathtaking view of the ocean surrounding the pillars.



NO.4 Seopjikoji

Seopjikoji gets its name from its shape, jutting out to sea, with ‘koji’ being the Jeju dialect for a cape. Located just south of Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone, the cape is a popular tourist attraction.

The tuff cone along with a beautiful vista of the ocean and fields of canola flowers can easily be seen from the peak of Seopjikoji. On top of the hill stands a beacon fire station, reaching 4 meters in height with a diameter of 9 meters, built using volcanic rocks. Behind the beacon fire station is Bulgeunoreum Volcanic Cone, vibrant with red soil. The white lighthouse atop the cone stands out in contrast.

Seopjikoji has been used as a filming site for many Korean movies and dramas.


(photo credit: KTO)


NO.5 Cheonjiyeonpokpo Falls (UNESCO Global Geopark)

The water of Cheonjiyeonpokpo Falls, meaning “sky connected with land,” appears to fall from the heavens, giving the falls its name.

On the way to the Falls, you will walk through the beautiful road and can see the wonderful ponds with fresh air. 



NO.6 Jeju Folk Village

Jeju Folk Village is the island’s main tourist attraction where visitors can explore the Jeju’s traditional past. With over 100 houses and facilities that were once actual residences, this attraction displays scenes of Jeju’s village from the 1890s. The villages have been reconstructed following long-term research and analysis from Jeju history experts.


(photo credit: KTO)


NO.7 Osulloc – Seogwang Tea Garden

Seogwang Tea Garden is known as the most well managed and largest tea plantation in Korea. Here, the tea leaves receive just the right amount of sun for it to be made into the highest quality product.

The greenfield is spread out across the slopes of Seogwangseo-ri, attracting many visitors to the site.

The fields didn’t use to be this green though; the ground was rocky and the soil composition wasn’t fertile enough for plants to survive. Seogwang Tea Garden’s transformation from a barren land to a lush green plantation became a good example of successful agriculture in the mountain areas.

Osulloc Tea Museum is located just next to the Tea Garden. At there, you can taste various foods made with green tea!

(photo credit: KTO)


NO.8 Jeju Haenyeo Museum

Jeju Haenyeo Museum introduces to the world the unique activities and culture of Jeju’s haenyeo. Haenyeo refers to female divers who dive into the ocean water to gather various shellfish and seaweed without any diving equipment. The Jeju Haenyeo Museum exhibits various photos of haenyeo female divers and their activities, to provide an accurate picture of their lives. The Jeju Haenyeo Museum also has an observatory from where visitors can see an excellent view of the Hado-ri area, which has a garden with various sculptures and a resting area.

The first-floor lobby has a souvenir shop where visitors can purchase a variety of souvenirs related to haenyeo female divers.


(photo credit: KTO)

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Review of Gangwondo Fam Tour


🚗 KoreaTravelEasy went to the Gangwondo Fam Tour last week 🚙

We are planning to make a Refreshing Healing Tour in Gangwondo for our customers, so we’ve been to Gangwondo and experienced the itinerary firsthand. Let us tell you about our experiences!



FAM stands for “familiarization” tour. It is bringing people (in this case, travel media, tour operators and Travel agents) to experience what the state has to offer first-hand.



A familiarization trip is a trip designed for travel advisors to learn about a destination, a partner travel company, and sometimes, all of the above.




ITINERARY: Seoul – (Donghae) Nongoldam-gil Street – Lunch – (Gangneung) Radiant flower Village – Ojuk Hanok Village –  Jungang Market – Dinner – Hotel


We departed from Myeongdong station, especially, we keep the social distancing rule very well during the whole tour. Keep distance on the bus and board and did it with a fever check and hand sanitizer at every place. Also, we always were the mask. 


We took the bus around 2 hours to get to Nongoldam-gil which is located in Donghae city. 


(Donghae) Nongoldam-gil Street

Nongoldam-gil Street, formed in 1941, refers to the road going uphill from Mukho Port to Mukho Lighthouse. The history of the village can be seen and felt throughout the street with the “Nongoldam-gil Street” project of 2010 that brought art to the village.

(Photo credit: KTO)


There has some unique and beautiful Cafe with oceanview:


You also can visit “Mukho Lighthouse”, “Mukho Port”, “Mangsang Beach” as well, near this street.  

(Photo credit: KTO)



After Donghae Nongoldam-gil Street Tour, we went to have a lunch at one of the popular abalone restaurants, it was AWESOME!!!



(Gangneung) Radiant flower Village

This is an activity village that you can enjoy the various experiences. At this village, I did the mug making experience and Plum picking experience. 

In My personal opinion, I really like this schedule, making mug experience was so fun and plums are so delicious!

(Photo credit: KTO)



Next, we went to Ojuk Hanok Village [Korea Quality]

Gangneung Ojuk Hanok Village, Gangneung’s representative cultural space, exhibits the excellence and simple beauty of the Korean traditional house known as the ‘hanok’. Based on Ojukheon, the birthplace of Yi I (one of the two most eminent Korean Confucian scholars of the Joseon Dynasty), it was built to spread the ideas of Yi I and promote the excellent features of the Korean hanok to the world through a variety of traditional cultural experience programs.

The village is situated next to Ojukheon House, where Yi I and his mother Shin Saimdang were born. It is also near Gyeongpo Lake, one of the most famous tourist attractions in Gangneung, and is only 1.8km away from Gangneung Olympic Park, which served as the ice sports venue of the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.

Gangneung Ojuk Hanok Village has a total of 51 guestrooms, including a separate house, a detached house, a duplex-type with an upper floor (numaru), and other types of rooms. In particular, “Aeilje” is the only house with a bed and amenities designed for the physically disabled, including an entrance ramp and a spacious toilet and bathroom for wheelchair users. “Samuljae” (a lecture hall with a capacity of 40 persons) is also available to guests for up to two hours free of charge. Moreover, “Geoga” house, which is a hanok-type passive house, is an energy-saving structure equipped with a solar-paneled roof.


At here, you can stay in Hanok, you can wear Hanbok, you can enjoy the traditional show, you can do the various fun activity!

(Photo credit: KTO)



Gangneung Jungang Market

Gangwon-do’s representative traditional market, Jungang Market opened in 1980 as a permanent market. The market is divided into two main parts; one is a traditional market and the other is an underground fishery market. The second floor has a restaurant and coffee shops. Vendors display their products along the street, providing a typical scene of a traditional market and an opportunity to learn about the life of people in Gangneung.

(Photo credit: KTO)


You MUST HAVE TO TRY below food at Gangneung Jungang Market, here is TOP 3 (based on my personal opinion 😋)

TOP1: Jjamppong bun TOP2: Sweet and Sour Chicken  TOP3: Fish Cake Croquette

(Photo credit: KTO)


After finished our whole tour, we went to have dinner for the red crab. I highly recommend Mr. Honggea (미스터 홍게) restaurant in Gangneung! It’s all-you-can-eat with the freshest red crab!


Our accommodation: Intercontinental Alpensia Pyeongchang Resort

🏨 Nice Lobby 🛌 Clean Room 🍳 Wonderful breakfast


ITINERARY: Hotel – Gangneung Curling Center – Gyeongpo Aquarium – Thererosa Coffee Factory – (Lunch) – Woljeongsa Temple&Fir Tree Forest – Seoul

*Original schedule: Hotel – Mt.Balwangsan – Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm – (Lunch) – Woljeongsa Temple (Due to the weather, we changed our itinerary)


Gangneung Curling Center

Gangneung Curling Center is an ice skating link that served as the venue for curling games during 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Located on the basement of the curling center, visitors to the ice rink can enjoy skating and Curling at an affordable price.


Gyeongpo Aquarium

I had a great time at the Gyeongpo Aquarium. I recommend you to listen to there interpretation, it will be so much fun!


Thererosa Coffee Factory

This place turned out better than I expected. When you arrived there you can smell coffee and also can learn about coffee. 

Gangneung in Gangwon-do is the first local district in Korea to host a coffee festival and support coffee artisans as well as promote the development of coffee-related facilities and contents such as a coffee museum, coffee street, coffee factory, barista academy, etc.


On second day, we had lunch for Bulgogi!


Woljeongsa Temple & Fir Tree Forest

Woljeongsa Temple is located in a forested valley on the eastern side of Odaesan Mountain. The 1 kilometer path leading to the temple passes through a forest of tall fir trees, some over 500 years old. Woljeongsa Temple is in charge of over 60 temples and 8 monasteries in the area. The temple was established by Monk Ja Jang (590-658) of the Silla Kingdom. Woljeongsa Museum is also located within the temple grounds, displaying artifacts and treasures from Buddhist culture of the Goryeo dynasty (918-1392), including an octagonal nine-story stone pagoda and a stone seated bodhisattva.

(Photo credit: KTO)


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Korean Traditional and Cultural Activities


If you’re looking for fun things to do in Seoul, check out our list!

Wouldn’t it be exciting to experience Korean culture by putting yourself in activities that local Koreans enjoy and create a unique Seoul experience with your own hands? If that’s what you’ve been hoping for, look no further! We have made a list of the Korean Traditional and Cultural Experiences that you can enjoy and learn, also, easy to join in Seoul city!




🌈 Korean Traditional and Cultural Activities 🌈



  • Folk Painting Calligraphy of Your Name in Korean

Create your own unique artwork on a hanji (traditional Korean paper) using the initials of your name. This is one of the rare chances that you can experience Korean traditional calligraphy.


Express yourself through folk painting: Munja-do is a type of Korean folk painting that expresses letters in pictorial ways such as calligraphy. You will have a chance to learn how to depict your name artistically in calligraphy on a piece of hanji – Korean traditional paper. Your instructor will be Jeong-mi Oh – an artist and food artist who has studied and performed in various places in the world. Currently, she is operating a guest house called 121 Bukchon, as a super-host. Visit her guest house and enjoy traditional Korean beverages and calligraphy!



    • Learn about Korean folk painting Munja-do with Korean artist
    • Create your own Korean-style calligraphy
    • Provide 50-200 years old Korean paper (Han-ji)
    • Take home a personalized artwork which
    • Enjoy the beautiful scenery of Hanok at the art studio

  • Make Your Own Korean lettering(Hangeul) Jewelry

Make your own Korean style jewelry by combining silver Hangeul letters. You can design up to 4 letters of your own name or favorite words. You can design up to 4 letters of your own name or favorite words. The class is operated to spread the beauty of Hangeul and to offer jewelry making experiences to people. Give your loved one this meaningful Hangeul jewelry as a present!



    • Design and create your own jewelry inspired by Hangeul
    • Learn special metalworking technique with an expert
    • All jewelry materials and tools are provided
    • Cute gift box with a polaroid photo 
    • Snacks and beverage are also provided

  • Make your own Luxury personalized Korean Chopsticks

One of the most special things about Korean food culture is that a spoon and a pair of chopsticks are used at the same time. Make your own chopsticks and try it!



    • The first chopsticks gallery in Korea
    • Feel the charm by making traditional Korean style chopsticks
    • You can make spoons and chopsticks to remember Korea and make wonderful gifts

  • Experience Traditional Korean Tea Ceremony

Learn about the Korean tea ceremony from the experts at Bukchon Hanok Village, an area best known for its traditional Korean houses called Hanok. During this program, you get to wear Hanbok (Korean traditional clothing), make your own tea for the ceremony, learn traditional Korean customs, enjoy a green tea hand and foot massage as well as taking home your own tea food that you made in a traditional Korean lucky bag.



    • Opportunity to wear the traditional costume for a tea ceremony
    • Experience a traditional tea ceremony, which changes with the seasons
    • Make your own tea food for the tea ceremony
    • Learn traditional Korean customs such as the traditional bow
    • Celebrate your visit to Korea by enjoying a green tea hand & foot massage and tasting the traditional tea
    • Take home the tea food you made in a traditional Korean lucky bag

  • DIY Mother-of-Pearl Craft Making Class

Wanna make your own beautiful craft souvenirs made from mother-of-pearl? Let’s learn to create hand-made hairband, brooch or hand mirror that give off sparkling light and mesmerizing colors of natural seashells. With the instruction of a top artisan, you will know more about the history of mother-of-pearl craftworks and be able to make some sophisticated souvenirs for yourself!



    • Experience Korean traditional mother-of-pearl craft
    • Make your own fashion accessories from mother-of-pearl
    • See many beautiful craftworks made by the artisans

    • Enjoy the scenery of Bukchon Hanok Village

  • Colorful Makgeolli – Traditional Rice Wine Making Experience

Make a traditional Korean drink ‘Makgeolli’ with an expert specializing in Korean food ‘Pajeon(파전- Welsh onion pancake)’ and ‘Bulgogi(불고기-Barbequed beef)’. This is an opportunity for you to learn how to make Makgeolli at your home. Make Korean traditional drink and share some Korean foods with others!



    • ‘Se-Ri Jeong’ has a traditional Korean liquor expert with 9 years of work experience
    • Easy and fun to make Makgeolli and Make new friends by sharing Makgeolli and food

  • Korean traditional fortune-telling in English

Do you want to see into your future? Do you want to know more about your destiny? Let the great masters of Korean traditional divining arts help you see through all of that! Physiognomy is a divining art that tells your fortune by reading your face and is not bound by names or nationalities. Through this experience, you will learn more about Korean traditional culture and better understand what the universe has decided for you!



    • Different types of divining and fortune-telling services

    • Masters who speak English

    • Beverage is provided

We have many more local cultural activities certified by the Seoul Tourism Organization we did not get a chance to talk about. Make sure to check them all out here!

🌼 Let’s enjoy Korean Culture🌻


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