Ah Korea, land of the morning calm, the birthplace of K-pop, kimchi, and Samsung. Whether it’s food, culture or shopping, South Korea always has something to offer the traveller, no matter where he or she may be from.
That said, South Korea is so large and diverse that it’s a daunting task to find out which restaurant in Jeju Island sells the best Nabak Kimchi, or where one can find the most affordable street wear in Seoul. Another issue travellers face is that while there may be a lot of information about attractions in a country, much of this information may be scattered, inconsistent, and out of date.[external-link]