The Yeon Deung Hoe Lotus Lantern Festival is a modern-day annual tradition that offers visitors the chance to experience Buddhist culture
The Leeum Samsung Museum of Art is the perfect place to enjoy traditional and contemporary art.
First built in 1395 by King Taejo,Gyeongbokgung served as the main royal palace in the heart of the Korean capital city.
The last Wednesday of each month in 2014 has been designated as a special "Culture Day" in Korea.
Opened in 1982, Jamsil Baseball Stadium is Korea’s first baseball stadium.
Lotte World Ice Rink, located inside the Lotte World complex, is Seoul’s premier all-season skating destination.
Seoul World Cup Stadium is a football stadium that was built for the Korea-Japan 17th World Cup in 2002.
The 340-seat Chongdong Theater might be small but punches well above its weight in championing both traditional and new Korean performing arts.
Nanta Theater is Korea’s first exclusive venue for Nanta performances.
The National Gugak Center is an organization intended to promote and develop traditional Korean dance and music.