The 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics is right around the corner and you would be glad to know that this time, it’s held in South Korea! Pyeongchang, Gangneung and Jeongsun, the three locations where all events will be held are just an hour east to the capital city of Seoul, and by February 2018, they will be transformed into a Winter Wonderland, ready for all athletes and competitive sports to take place for 17 days. As the representatives and mascots of the Olympics and Paralympics, Soohorang and Bandabi will lead you to these places where all the excitement, competition, and fun will happen. So, get ready for an amazing ride!
Locations and Experiences surrounding the Olympics:
But this event is not just for sports lovers and athletes. Surrounding Pyeongchang is people and places for just about everyone and anyone. Since you’ve come all the way to South Korea already, why not experience the traditional, natural and even modern aspects that Korea has to offer.
If you are big on food, you could go visit the Janggangwon, the Traditional Korean Food Culture Experience Center in Pyeongchang. Or travel just a few hours to the city if Gangneung and refresh your mind and body at Woljeongsa Temple and experience their Temple Stay.
If you’re looking for something more modern, the Haslla Art World is definitely for you. Combining modern art with nature, this park is converted to an exhilarating eye-opening walkthrough. Gyeonggi is also a must visit the place that boasts must-visit landmarks such Gwangmyeon Cave, the Korean Folk Village and even the place where King Sejon often traveled to during wartimes, Suwon Hwaseong Fortress.
So besides the 2018 Winter Olympics and Paralympics as the main attraction, there is also an abundant amount of things to do, places to see and events to experience for your travel and stay in South Korea.
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