Gyeongsangnam-do, or Gyeongnam in short, lies South, adjacent to Gyeongsangbuk-do, and is next to the second largest city, Busan. It houses cities such as Tongyeong, Changwon and Jinju. Much like Gyeongbuk, it contains several cultural and historical remnants from the Chosun Period, and much of the landmarks remain untouched, in order to retain its natural scenery.
Visitors can expect to go to attractions such as Miryang, Geoje or Gimhae. Gyeongnam also houses a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Haeinsa Buddhist temple, which has many tourists visit daily. You can also visit Tongyeong City for a tour and sightsee along the Southern beaches and islands.
Korean Folk Village, Uiwang Railbike, OOZOO Light Garden Group Tour
Seoul City Half Day Walking Tour (Insadong, Tongin Market, National History Museum)
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Special Event: Discover Seoul Pass 24H BTS Edition
Discover Seoul Pass
Calling all ARMYS! If you're a BTS fan then this exclusive Seoul Pass BTS Edition is a must-have for you. With the all-in-one Discover Seoul pass you can visit 64 must see sites in Seoul for free! Spend the day exploring the city with your BTS themed pass. You will also receive a limited edition BTS photo postcard and tourist map (until sold out). T Money transportation function is not available for the BTS Edition The BTS Edition Seoul Pass is only available with a 24 hour option. You can pre-order from March 15th, until sold out. Promotion may end without prior notice.
COEX Food Week
Starfield COEX Mall
November 20th - 23rd Where: COEX Mall Foodies get your utensils ready becuase Coex Food Week is coming up! One of the most anticipated international exhibitions in Seoul, this event showcases cultivated food products, prepared food products, food and beverages, food processing, baking, kitchen utensils and much more! Not only can you go eat lots of international foods but you can also learn about the food industry and how food is prepared all over the world. Both tasty and educational this event is a must for all food lovers!
SwedenTALK: How to develop children’s desire to read?
Seoul Library for Children and Young Adults
National Library for Children and Young Adults Sat, September 21, 2019 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM KST If you are Swedish or have Swedish friends this is a must attend event for you in Seoul! This public lecture series features talks from prominate Swedish leaders and celebrates 60 years of peaceful ties between Korea and Sweden! This is a fun, educational, and networking even that celebrates unity and diversity. Schedule: 14:45-15:10 Registration/Swedish Fika 15:10-15:20 Sweden Quiz 15:20-15:25 60th Anniversary video 15:25-15:35 Welcome speech by Jakob Hallgren, the Ambassador of Sweden 15:35-16:35 How to develop children’s desire to read? - Helena Gomér/ the head of library in Södertälje municipality - Minjung Hong/ the Author, Project Management Professional 16:35-17:00 Q&A and closing