If you tell me that the word “café hopping” was created in South Korea, I would totally believe you. Their massive collection of coffee shops have set the bar so high, for when you visit the country you wouldn’t be able to avoid the café craze. With around 17,000 coffee shops to choose from in Seoul alone (source), coffee addicts and dessert junkies wont have a hard time getting their fix.

No one does art villages better than South Korea; this country’s penchant for transforming poor neighborhoods into must-see attractions is truly remarkable. Gamcheon Culture Village is a real testament to that. This vibrant multi-tiered village is not just rich in art and colours but in history as well.

Busan is the go-to city when you’re in need of a breather from the relentless exuberance of Seoul. South Korea’s second largest city is not just known for its beaches; it is a city where contemporary and tradition perfectly coexist. That is why Busan is perfect for a laid-back weekend escape.

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