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You can bring Dollars or Euros with you while visiting South Korea. You can also use master card in shopping in South Korea.


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Bring whatever suits you best. If you live in the Euro area there is no point in converting Euros into Dollars to convert them later into Won. You will loose twice from the exchange. Euros can as easily be exchanged into Wons as Dollars can be. Buying Won in Europe can be cumbersome and is not worth the effort. Credit cards (MasterCard and Visa) are also ...


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Are you planning to sleep on the streets if the hotels are full :)? All jokes aside, second week of July is the peak season for tourists in Seoul. I'm not sure which part of Seoul you're planning to stay at, but for popular sites (Gangnam, Yeoeuido, Gangbuk), I assure you that the hotels will be booked by then. Yes, even with the MERS thing, unless if MERS ...


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While I can answer this question as a native South Korean, this really is a question you should ask your country's relevant government office. As of June 15th, 2015, there are no known cases of MERS infection in Jeju Island. But as this is an on-going event, the situation can change at any minute. Most countries issued a level 1 travel advisory or ...


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Generally, the most popular tourist destination for beaches are located on East and South coast of Korea. With some minor exceptions, I'd avoid West coast in general because most of their beaches look like this: I know one of your primary concerns is proximity of the destination via public transportation, but what you must know is that Korea has one of ...


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Yes, you can travel to South Korea visa free, according to the official website for foreigners in Korea, as long as: You're not a citizen of Macedonia, Cuba, Syria, Sudan or Iran You're holding a valid visa for Australia in the form of a physical sticker (e-visas are excluded) You are traveling to Australia from any country OR traveling from Australia to ...


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i'm an undergraduate in Korea, (south of course!) sorry for my poor English in advance hope you understand what i mean let me help you out Quick answer for your question is "impossible" though you can find some people "acting" kisaeng (-_-?!) there are 2 types of kisaeng in korea nowadays real kisaeng They are who really worked(?) as kisaeng until 1940's ...


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You can probably look at Visit Korea site to determine what's within a reachable distance from where you will be staying in Sinchon But on a quick look: Eurwangni beach - if one is to believe the accuracy of Google Maps Publich Transport information it is reachable in an hour and a half Geojampo beach - Also reachable in an hour and a half Along with ...



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