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  • On top in Seoraksan, South Korea

    On top Ulsanbawi is one of the high peaks in Seoraksan, Korea’s first National Park. After a few hours of hike in the early morning, the performers chose to hold the balloons spelling „On Top“, feeling as though they were living without limits on top of the world.

  • Detox in Seoraksan, South Korea

    Detox Seoraksan is South Korea’s most visited national park and attracts both national and international tourists throughout the year. Being 3 hours away from Seoul, easily reachable with public transportation, providing fresh air and a slower pace of life, Seoraksan is a place for relaxation and detoxing.

  • Tigers in Gangneung, South Korea

    Tigers Gangneung, a city on the east coast of South Korea, is a common tourist destination for people visiting the country. The city’s flower is the crepe myrtle, its tree is the pine, its bird is the swan and its animal is the tiger.

  • Brothers in Sokcho, South Korea

    Brothers Abai Village is an old refuge for North Korean immigrants who fled during the Korean War. The village, with its small houses, reminds many of the visitors on Seoul in the 1970’s. Being in close proximity to the sea, the village provides a simple and quiet way of life Read more [...]

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