From beaches to bays, mountains to caves, it's always worth stepping outside the capital cities, writes Kerry van der Jagt.
Stephanie Wood Seafood is the star of the show in the South Korean capital, writes Stephanie Wood.
It is one of the tensest international borders in the world, but it's also attracting hordes of tourists.
Barbara Zitwer discovers Korean culture through a national temple-stay program.
South Korean soldiers are everywhere on the south side of the misleadingly named Demilitarised Zone. They guard buildings and man roadblocks to keep the invading hordes at bay.
The Boryeong Mud Festival at Daecheon beach in Boryeong, about 190 km southwest of Seoul, South Korea.