Welcome to the South Korea Travel Planning fortnightly newsletter for 16 June 2019, which includes information to help you plan your trip to South Korea, top travel deals and articles about South Korea.
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South Korea Travel Deals
Voyagin are currently running their June Sale where you can save up to $US40 per booking using the below coupon codes. Click here to check out the deals on offer!
- Save $10 when you spend $150, “JUNESALE10”
- Save $25 when you spend $300, “JUNESALE25”
- Save $40 when you spend $450, “JUNESALE40”
South Korea Events
Summer is the time for many cultural and music festivals across South Korea. Here is a selection of the most popular. You can check out further details and book through Trazy at this link.
- 20-21 June 2019. Water Bomb Festival in Seoul
- 6-7 July 2019. Water Gun Festival in Sincheon
- 27 July 2019. Water Music Festival
- 27-28 July 2019. Holiday Land Festival
- 19 – 28 July 2019. Boryeong Mud Festival
Top Articles This Week From the Facebook Group
The 10 Things You Want to Know Before Travelling South Korea by Linda Goes East
To be honest, I didn’t know a lot about Korea before I met my husband Jeongsu. Even after we started dating, I couldn’t find a lot of information on what to see and do in Korea. However, since moving to Korea in 2015, I’ve explored a lot of different places and found that there is so much to see and do in South Korea. Are you thinking about traveling to South Korea but aren’t quite sure what to expect? If so, continue reading this post where I am answering all those questions you might have before your first trip to South Korea. Click here to read more…
A Guide to Korean jjimjilbangs 찜질방 | Bathhouses in Korea by GrrrlTraveler
If you’ve followed any of my adventures while I was living in Korea, you’ll know that I love jjimjilbangs (aka bathhouses in Korea)! The reason is that Koreans know how to make the spa experience naturally healthy, economical, community-oriented and just plain fun. It’s not just taking a bath… it’s a bucket list experience! Click here to read more…
Thanks Anne and Tony.
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