Despite my lack of recent updates (Chuseok – the Korean Thanksgiving holiday – kept us all busy here in Korea for a while…!) www.theSouthKoreatravelguide.com is still going strong and receiving loads of submissions. We hope to have all of the other provinces in Korea up there on the site in the next few weeks, so bear with us and feel free to get in touch if you want to be a contributor!
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Watch out for our great guide to hiking in Korea, as well as the partiers guide to Hongdae’s hotspots (in Seoul). We’ll also have some info on things to check out in Busan, what to do in Daejeon, checking out the DMZ from the coastal side, and much more.
Watch this space guys and thanks again for all of your continued support!
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Hey, so for those of you who haven’t visited the website yet, here’s a brief list and rundown of what we are covering at the moment, and a little taster of what’s to come…..
The province we have launched with is Gangwon-do. We currently have information on the following 15 towns:
Chuncheon, Donghae, Dong Song, Gangneung, Gohan, Hambaek, Jeongseon, Jeungsan, Samcheok, Sokcho, Taebaek, Wasuri, Wonju, Yang Yang and Yemi.
In progress are: Pyeongchang, Sabuk and Yeongwol.
We currently have bus schedules for the following 10 towns: Chuncheon, Gangneung, Gohan, Hambaek, Inje, Jeongseon, Sabuk, Sokcho, Wasuri and Yemi.
Following swiftly will be: Taebaek, Wontong, Hongcheon and Yeongwol.
Phew! That’s a lot of info!! As if that wasn’t enough, we will be adding more provinces into the mix within the next few weeks. We have already had submissions covering Daejeon, Okcheon, Cheongju, Miryang and Cheongseong. Expect to see these and more online soon… along with bigger cities like Busan and Daegu!!
If you’re interested in writing about your town, please visit http://www.thesouthkoreatravelguide.com/thesouthkoreatravelguide_contribute.html
or email us at email@example.com
We also welcome more reviews of sites and attractions – check out our current restauarant, hiking and tourist spot reviews at http://www.thesouthkoreatravelguide.com/gangwon-do/gangwon-do_attractions&amenities.html
Soon to come, we have a piece on cycling in Korea, a rundown of how to hike Jirisan mountain, and some more hiking tips.
WATCH THIS SPACE!!
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