By "day trip" I mean just an hour or two of travel from Seoul, with activities that can be accomplished in one day, and time to get all the way home again before bed. Technically, anywhere in the entire country could be seen as a day trip as it's approximately the size of Indiana, but here are my favorite spots that are really easy to get to and from.
Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!
Tags: incheon, Chinatown, nami, nami island, things to do, songdo, folk village, suwon, hwaseong fortress, paju, heyri art village, gapyeong, petite france, Day trips, Activities to do in Korea, Weekend activities in Korea
If you have been around Korea for a while and have the determination to wake up early in the morning, you may have noticed the many Koreans on the subway with their hiking gear on. Hiking and mountain climbing are some of Korea’s favorite pastimes. When I first came to Korea, I was overweight and didn’t have a lot of money for a gym membership. A really good friend of mine said we should hike together. I was dreading exercise, but I was so happy with my decision to do it. I got so into hiking, I lost about 15 kilograms (33 lbs.) over five months. Instead of staying in and working out at the gym, one day a week I do my best to get outdoors and do some hiking. These are my top 3 mountains to climb if you are a novice like how I was.
Tags: outdoor activities, things to do in Korea, Hike, mountain, hiking in korea, things to do on the weekend, hiking, what to do on the weekend, things to see in korea, history, things to do, folk village, blue house, food in Korea, Weekend activities in Korea