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Encountering beautiful scenery that moved me during my trip to Korea

Hello everyone!


This time, I would like to talk about the beautiful scenery and encounters that moved me during my trip to Korea.

I recently went on a trip to Korea. It was my first trip to Korea, and I was impressed by the scenery I saw and the people I met!

Among them, I would like to introduce some that were particularly impressive.


[1] N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower, built on the top of Namsan Mountain, is 236 meters high and is a landmark of Seoul. The observatory is located on top of Namsan Mountain at an altitude of 243m, so the height of the tower is 479m, offering a panoramic view of the capital city of Seoul.


The night view is so beautiful and moving! There are also many cafes and souvenir shops around the tower.


[2] Insadong (인사동 / Insadong)

Insadong is an art street lined with traditional craft galleries. It is lined with a variety of shops, including not only antique shops and souvenir shops, but also galleries displaying artwork by contemporary artists and traditional teahouses, so you can have a variety of experiences.


Insa-dong was originally an area where aristocrats and bureaucrats lived during the dynasty era. Today, it has a unique landscape with both modern buildings and hanok (traditional Korean houses).


You can take some really beautiful photos in this nostalgic town where the Korean atmosphere still remains!


[3] People I met in Korea

Many Korean people were very kind and warm-hearted, and they were kind to me. Even when I was lost in the city or on the subway, there were people who kindly gave me advice using translation on their smartphones and gestures. I remember being so happy that even though we didn't speak the same language, everyone actively tried to help us!


Above, I have introduced the beautiful scenery and encounters that moved me during my trip to Korea.

I would be happy if you would also be interested in Korean culture and history.

Please consider traveling to Korea!

Person who wrote this article

Professor Mika Yoshida

Admission consultation advisor

Worked as a dress coordinator at Best Anniversary Co., Ltd. for 4 years. Pursuing professional hospitality that warms people's hearts, he has produced coordination for over 300 groups.
Currently, she is working hard every day as a career advisor in the public relations office, with the motto of ``be bright, fun, and energetic,'' helping many high school students and people who are worried about their career paths find their dreams.

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