10 Photos That Will Make You Want To Travel To South Korea in Winter

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“We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures we can have if we seek them with our eyes open.” – Jawaharal Nehru

Dancing snow flakes above Korean traditional palaces, the white rolling hills of snow and the snow-capped mountains. Yes, this beautiful winter wonderland we’re speaking here is South Korea.

Here are 10 inspiring photos that’ll make you yearn to travel to South Korea this winter.

1. A winter sunset over the snow-covered temple in Korea.allowto_freedownload_landscape_13602. Snowflakes dancing around a pavilion in Naejangsan National Park.allowto_freedownload_landscape_12563. Nami Island completely covered with snow.winter_034. The calm, serene hills of Pyeongchang. snow-968708_12805. A fantastic ski lift above Yongpyong Ski Resort.용평리조트6.  Winter in Hangyeryeong, Seoraksan National Park.allowto_freedownload_snap_13257. Amazing view of a pine tree and Seoraksan National Park.mt-seoraksan-3492608. High atop a hill, a sheep farm in Daegwallyeong.양떼목장49. A winter hiking trail in Mount Halla, Jeju Island.mountain-65621810. Taking a walk in The Garden of Morning Calm.part_11448092550Did you enjoy the photos? Now, if you want to visit South Korea, this is the perfect time for you.

Til 21st December, 2015, Korea’s #1 travel guide, Trazy, is offering  a winter special lucky draw called ‘White Korea‘, which rewards the travelers to South Korea $500 travel budget. So go and check out the details here!

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MattE
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Re: 10 Photos That Will Make You Want To Travel To South ...

!! Your photo : 

1. A winter sunset over the snow-covered temple in Korea.

Where is that temple and what is its name? I'd love to visit it! It looks gorgeous. Wonderful photo.


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Matthew William Thivierge has abandoned his PhD studies in Shakespeare and is now currently almost half-way through becoming a tea-master (Japanese,Korean & Chinese tea ceremony). He is a part time Ninjologist with some Jagaek studies (Korean 'ninja') and on occasion views the carrying on of pirates from his balcony mounted telescope.

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