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Honeymoon in South Korea

by Andrew Melnick

Sep 18, 2019

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For some seaside sights, head to Busan, Korea’s second-largest city and busiest port. Enjoy the sand and surf in the suburb of Haeundae, a lively beachfront town boasting great food and energetic nightlife.

Destinations / Asia

South Korea is an amazing, underrated honeymoon destination where newlyweds can enjoy the full package: idyllic scenic mountains, tiered waterfalls, white-sand beaches, an extensive cultural heritage, beautiful trails and shopping.

 

South Korea has a few perfect honeymoon locations, including Jeju Island, Seoul and Busan. To get to Jeju Island, fly into Seoul, and you can either get on another flight or take the ferry. Direct flights are available to Busan and Seoul.

 

Jeju Island is a popular spot for newlyweds. It has picturesque coastal lines, lots of dramatic, mountainous landscapes and endless, action-packed itineraries. You can discover one of the world’s biggest lava volcanic trails. It is even nicknamed the “Hawaii of South Korea.” The many hotels here are tailored toward providing the prefect honeymoon.

 

Seoul is the capital city of South Korea; it is so lively, making it a must to visit during your honeymoon. You have plenty of opportunities to shop, from malls to thrift outlets. Stay at The Shilla, a 5-star hotel in the center of Seoul. Its fine dining restaurant has an elegant and classy ambiance. It is the perfect luxury hotel for any honeymoon.

 

Busan is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Asia. Haeundae Beach is the most famous; it is filled with giant beach umbrellas to relax under and there are many other attractions close by, such as Busan Aquarium and Haeundae Fish Market. Paradise Hotel Busan is located along Haeundae Beach. It features an outdoor spa, and select rooms with balconies overlooking the sea.

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