Luxury Travel In South Korea
South Korea is a dazzling country that offers visitors a colorful assortment of regions to explore. From rural mountain towns to busy urban streets lined with world-class museums, restaurants, and shops, there are many options for luxury travel in Korea.
Whether walking the streets of the global powerhouse of Seoul or hiking the sublime peaks that rise majestically from the mists around Mt. Seorak, South Korea tours are sure to leave you infatuated with a country too often overlooked by Western travelers.
Korea is a land where Confucian and Buddhist philosophies endure even as the cogs of technology and industry drive the country forward. This cultural juxtaposition can be seen in national mindset as the modernity and hardworking nature of South Korean people, is smoothly offset by their unwavering appreciation for the arts and architecture. No building goes undecorated, and design of all facets is noticeably valued more as an aesthetic value than a luxury. Travel in South Korea is also ripe with entertainment, from the country’s notable music and film industries, to their passion for baseball, the playful side of this country is obvious in urban areas where lively bars offer opportunities to watch a game or take a turn at karaoke. South Korean fare is also something the country prides itself upon, and luxury travel in South Korea should not go without tasting some national specialties like kimchee and beebimbap.
With Absolute Asia Tours’s South Korea tours you can experience the best of all this country has to offer; from the must-see capital of Seoul, to the Buddhist temples of Gyeongju, to the romantic subtropical island of Jeju. Enjoy some urban sophistication or add adventure to your luxury South Korea vacation with a picturesque hiking trail or sailing voyage. With Absolute Travel, private luxury travel to South Korea is backed by the security and expertise of our knowledgeable travel consultants and personal guides. Our South Korea private luxury tours are handcrafted to suit your interests and needs and will leave you with an experience beyond words.
- Have morning tea in the formal back gardens of Seoul known as Nakson-jae, still used by the royal family.
- Take a morning excursion to the Korean Folk Village or check out the extensive costume collection at the National Folklore Museum.
- Sail to Jeju Island to see the world’s longest lava tubes and the Snake and Manjang Caverns.
- Tour Chonju City and observe the handmade papermaking process for which the city is famous.
- Stand beneath the imposing national monuments in Pyongyang