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  • Feel Like A Korean Movie Star! Here Are 8 Movie Locations K-drama Fans Would Not Want To Miss!

    Talk about K-dramas, K-pop, K-beauty, and the beautiful Korean Culture, the list is endless! The worldwide interest towards Korean entertainment has been garnering popularity for more than a decade now.As endless K-dramas are released, tourists are spoilt for choice when deciding which filming site to visit. So here at HalalTrip, we attempted to narrow them down to 8 of the most famous filming locations to check out in South Korea. (Psst! Start planning your 5 Day Solo Travel to Korea!) 1. Dongdaemun Design Plaza Credit: Dongdaemun Design Plaza This landmark was not only featured in hit TV Shows like The Producers and My Love From The Star, but also in reality shows such as Infinity Challenge and Running Man. The Dongdaemun Design Plaza is not only known for its neo-futuristic style but its fame also lies in the fashion aspects of it. The famous Seoul Fashion Week is organized at this plaza due to its urban architecture as well as its LED rose gardens, complimenting different styles. Incorporating K-reality, K-dramas and K-fashion, the plaza ties in three aspects of the K-Kraze! So what are you waiting for?! Address: 281, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul 서울특별시 중구 을지로 281Operating Hours: 10AM to 9PM (Mon-Fri)                             10AM to 10PM (Sat-Sun)Website | Facebook | Instagram | YouTube 2. Gwanghwamun Square Credit: Visit Korea With a more authentic and traditional twist, Gwaghwamun Square is a fascinating location for historical lovers. It was the location of royal administrative buildings and the city center during the Joseon Dynasty, making it the perfect location for historical dramas. It may not be the exact location of all your favorite movies and TV Shows but it really gives the sense of Korean culture. The similar architectures, namely statues of Admiral Yi Sun-Shin and Sejong the Great will all transport you to your favorite on-screen moments. TV shows that were filmed in this site were Queen In Hyun's Man and IRIS. Address: 172, Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul 서울특별시 종로구 세종대로 172Operating Hours: Opens 24 hours dailyWebsite 3. N Seoul Tower credit: N Seoul Tower on Facebook There is no doubt that a key selling point of K-dramas and K-movies are the romantic love stories that touch millions of hearts worldwide. Love is a universal language that allowed K-entertainment to travel far across the world and it's the reason why the N Seoul Tower is the perfect place to visit with your significant other. It is similar to other Cadenas d’amour around the world where you can buy a lock and secure it over the glorious panoramic view of Seoul. My Love From Another Star and Boys Over Flowers are both iconic TV shows that have featured the N Seoul Tower as part of their romantic scene development. Address: 105, Namsangongwon-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul                 서울특별시 용산구 남산공원길 105 (용산동2가)Operating Hours: 10AM to 11PM (Sunday-Friday)                              10AM to 12AM (Saturday)Website | Facebook 4. Korean Folk Village Credit: Korea Tour Information If you want to be completely transported on your visit to Korea, and have a taste of things you see and hear in all Korean dramas and movies, then the Folk Village is definitely an experience to NOT miss. Dramas like Jewel in the Palace, Arang and the Magistrate, and Moon Embracing the Sun were filmed here. There is something for everyone; cultural classes on the Shaman Faith, winter customs, lessons on Confucian Ideology and so much more! They also have performances that include martial arts on horseback, traditional weddings, and music shows. If neither of these is for you, there are also natural volcano sites, ice sledding sites and of course food stalls specializing in Korean delicacies! Address: 90 Minsokchon-ro, Giheung-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do                 경기도 용인시 기흥구 민속촌로 90 (보라동)Operating Hours: February to April                            9.30AM to 6PM (Weekdays)                            9.30AM to 6.30PM (Weekends)                            May to September                            9.30AM to 6.30PM (Weekdays)                            9.30AM to 8PM (Weekends)                            October                            9.30AM to 6PM (Weekdays)                            9.30AM to 6.30PM (Weekends)                            November to January                            9.30AM to 5.30PM (Weekdays)                            9.30AM to 6PM (Weekends)Ticket Fee: 13,000₩ onwards                  (Refer here for various ticket rates)Website  5. Wolmido Island, Incheon Credit: Visit Korea In a different spin, the Wolmido Island in Incheon is a great day trip out of Seoul. This coastal island features a wide range of attractions that you can visit such as an amusement park, restaurants, a cultural street and an outdoor stage with spontaneous performances and street artists. It’s been featured in Descendants of the Sun, a huge phenomenon in Korean TV that brought many new fans to the K-Craze. Due to its proximity to the sea, there is fresh seafood at an affordable price, making your trip a delicious one. Address: 36, Wolmimunhwa-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon                인천광역시 중구 월미문화로 36 (북성동1가)Website 6. Chuam Beach, Donghae Credit: Korean Tourism Organization If you are in Korea during the hot sunny seasons, Chuam Beach is the perfect location for a mix of Korean and Mediterranean type beaches. There are beautiful landscapes with a variety of rock formations and glorious coastal cliffs that will make your beach experience more picturesque. So if you are not interested in swimming or sunbathing, you can just relax and enjoy the scenery. Make sure to get there in time for sunrise and sunset to enjoy truly spectacular scenery that will take your breath away. The beach was featured in My Secret Romance and resorts around it have also been used for filming too. Address: 26, Chotdaebawi-gil, Donghae-si, Gangwon-do                  강원도 동해시 촛대바위길 26 (추암동) 7. White Block Gallery, Paju Credit: White Block White Block Gallery is an art gallery cafe with a white, sleek and clean design. It’s been featured in an immense amount of dramas including Introverted Boss, Legend of The Blue Sea and On The Way To The Airport. The aesthetics of the cafe makes it a clear choice for intense scenes and it should definitely be a priority for all tourists. The lighting here is perfect for your Instagram photo shoots. When you're done with your coffee and treats, make sure to absorb the cultural art that the gallery has to offer and wander around the beautiful outdoor gardens. Address: 1652-238 Beopheung-ri, Tanhyeon-myeon, Gyeonggi-do, South KoreaOpening Hours: 10:30AM to 6:30PM (Weekdays)                          10:30AM to 7PM(Weekends)Website | Facebook | Instagram 8. Jangsado Sea Park Credit: Korea Tourism Organization Last but not least, for spectacular views and iconic photos, a stunning park named Jangsado Sea Park is great to visit all year round. You can see the blooms of Camellia flowers in the new year and witness the fields blossom to a new life in the spring. There are many scenic views varying from gorgeous greenery to calm waters. It was featured in episode 7 of Kim Woo Bin’s drama ‘Uncontrollably Fond’. It’s not particularly crowded with tourists so visiting here will allow you to experience the true charm of Korea. Address: 55 Jangsado-gil, Hansan-myeon, Tongyeong-si, Gyeongsangnam-do, South KoreaWebsite There you have it! 8 different locations, each with a wonderful and unique feature, that you can visit as a K-Fan. Annyeong!!...

  • 9 Must Visit Places in South Korea

    Over the past few years, South Korea has been gaining much popularity especially with the rising interest in K-Pop music and K-Dramas. Even if you are not a fan, I believe you will still enjoy your trip to South Korea! The people are hospitable and it is no longer difficult to get halal food in this country. Here, we have compiled 9 Must Visit Places in South Korea that you have to give a shot to maximise your travel experience in South Korea! Find Mosques and Prayer Places in Seoul 6 Restaurants To Satisfy Your Korean Cravings in Seoul, South Korea   1. N Seoul Tower  The N Seoul Tower, also known as Namsan Tower, is the perfect place to go with your loved one. The best time to go is in the evening because you will be able to see the sunset clearly. Accompanying the sunset is a bird’s eye view of Seoul. Admission fee to the observatory tower is priced at 10,000 won for adults and 8,000 won for children and elderly. Visitors can choose to get to the tower via the Namsan Sunhwan Shuttle Busses, Namsan Cable Car or the Seoul City Tour Bus. Be adventurous and try out these public transports to get to the Namsan Tower like a local! Address: 105 Namsangongwon-gil, Yongsan 2(i)ga-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South KoreaOpening Hours: 10AM to 11PM (Everyday), 10AM to 12AM (Sunday)Website: 2. Gyeongbokgung Palace Built in 1395, the Gyeongbokgung Palace was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. Don't miss the opportunity to finally feel how it feels like to be a royal in Korea. To get here, simply hop on the train going along Line 3 and alight at Gyeongbokgung Station (Line 3). The entire palace is absolutely picturesque. The traditional hanboks (Korean traditional costume) are also available for rent. You will see tourists and even locals wearing hanboks while walking around the palace. Join in the fun! Don't forget to keep yourself comfortable because you'll definitely be walking alot! Address: 161 Sajik-ro, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South KoreaOpening Hours: 9AM to 6PM (Everyday, except Tuesdays)Website: 3. Nami Island If you can only afford a day trip out of Seoul, make it to Nami Island. Apart from gaining popularity from the Korean drama Winter Sonata many years ago, Nami Island has been a popular choice for tourists due to its facinating views. Nami Island is gorgeous regardless of the season. During winter you will be greeted with snow filled pathways and frozen lakes. If you have the chance to walk to the end of the island, enjoy the view of the lake and the mountains. It will approximately take about 45 minutes to walk to the end of the island and perhaps only 20 minutes on bicycle. Here, you will be able to find a halal restaurant in the middle of the island and a musollah right above the restaurant. Also, click here to check out all 4 Halal Restaurants at Nami Island! Asian Family Restaurant Dongmoon Address: 1 Namisum-gil, Namsan-myeon | 1st Floor Baplex, Chuncheon, Gangwon-do,South KoreaContact: +82 31-580-8099Price: $$-$$$Website: 4. Petite France Picture Credit: Another day trip out of Seoul that will be worth it would be Petite France. Petite France, also known as Little Prince theme park, is a French cultural village set in the Korean countryside. The thing about Petite France is that the place is extremely colourful with adorable decorations all over such that you will find it irresistible not to take photos with everything there. You will also be able to experience being in an authentically decorated traditional French house. If you are heading to Nami Island, you can plan to stop by Petite France on the same day. Address: 1063 Hoban-ro, Oeseo-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South KoreaContact: +82 31-584-8200Opening Hours: 9AM to 6PM (Everyday)Website: 5. Korean Folk Village Picture Credit: A walk around the Korean Folk Village will take you back through time. Here, you will be able to witness the traditional culture from the late Joseon period. It is interesting to see the difference between a farmer’s house and a noble man’s house. This village is also a popular place to film Korean period dramas so if you are a fan of period drama, some parts of the village will look slightly familiar! If you manage to spot the pure spring water well, the water is safe to drink! There is also an area where you can slip on hanboks (traditional Korean costume) for free. Address: 90 Minsokchon-ro, Bora-dong, Giheung-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do, South KoreaContact: +82 31-288-0000Opening Hours: 9.30AM to 6.30PM (Mondays - Fridays)                          9.30AM to 7PM (Saturdays and Sundays)Website: 6. Seoraksan National Park  Picture Credit:, Ahn Chung Ho The Seoraksan Mountain is one of the most beautiful mountains in Korea. Situated in the city of Sokcho, Mount Seorak would be a great choice if you are a mountain hiking lover. If you are not sporty and do not fancy hikes, the cable car will take you to the nearest peak and from there, it will only be a few minutes hike to the top of Mt. Seorak. The little hike to the top will be totally worth it when you see the magnificent view. Be sure to check out the weather forecast before going as it tends to be pretty windy. If it is too windy, cable car rides will be temporarily closed. Website: 7. Jeju Island Another beautiful place to visit outside of Seoul is Jeju Island. Only an hour plane ride away, Jeju Island is a popular destination even for locals to visit for short holidays. It is known for its beach resorts and volcanic landscape of craters and cavelike lava tubes. In fact, there are plenty of places to explore when in Jeju, you would probably need a week here to explore everything. If you are a nature lover, be sure to visit the waterfalls such as Cheonjeyeon and Jeongbang or hike up Mt. Hallasan to see the breathtaking view. If you hike before dawn, you will be able to witness the sunrise from the peak of Mt. Hallasan or better known as the Sunrise Peak. Another UNESCO World Heritage site, the Manjanggul Cave is one of the finest and longest lava tunnels in the world. It is impossible not to love Jeju Island. 8. Itaewon Picture Credit: This place is a mandatory place to visit for all muslim visitors in Seoul. There are several attractions here but the main one has got to be the Seoul Central Mosque. It was the first Islamic mosque in Korea. The streets surrounding the mosque are filled with halal restaurants that serves a variety of Asian food. Of course, halal Korean food is also readily available in the area. You can simply get to Itaewon via the Seoul Subway. Hop on a train along Line 6 and alight at the Itaewon Station (Line 6). You will be spoilt for choice on where and what to eat! Itaewon is also known as a shopping district so if you are looking for souvenirs for your family and friends back home, you may shop for them here.  Website: 9. Myeongdong Picture Credit: This is a MUST visit place especially if you love shopping! You will be able to find anything here, skincare products, clothes, bags, anything, you name it! Korean skincare products are cheaper here so a lot of visitors tend to buy everything in bulk. Just a tip, bring a big bag! The skincare products sold in Myeongdong specifically can be half of the original price sold anywhere else. This place is a shopping haven and most visitors will find themselves coming back twice or even thrice before they fly home. To get here, take a train going along Line 4 and alight at Myeongdong Station (Line 4). Website: South Korea will definitely be an adventure worth giving a shot. This beautiful city is both a shopping paradise for the shopaholics and a wonderful playground for the nature lovers.  Book a HalalTrip with us!...

  • 6 South Korean Amusement Parks To Amaze Yourself In

    What is a vacation without some fun and excitement? That is why when you travel Korea you should visit at least some of the many amusement and theme parks in Korea which are even known to be the world’s best attractions. To help you find the best things to do during your holidays, we have put together a list of some of the best water & amusement parks in South Korea that are guaranteed to amaze you.     Credit -   1. Lotte World   First on our list of amazing theme parks in South Korea is the truly amazing Lotte world. Located in the capital city Seoul, this is one of the world’s best attractions as it holds the Guinness World Record as the world’s largest indoor ‘Adventure’ park. This is absolutely a perfect place for families and children to spend time during the holidays because there is ample amount of entertainment to satisfy everyone. The indoor park features several attractions like an ice rink, monorail, roller coaster, merry-go-round, shopping complex, restaurants, gifts shops and much more. While there are enough of activities to keep you entertained on a rainy day, if the weather is warm and sunny you might want to check out the large outdoor Adventureland called Magic Island, that borders the Seokchonhosu Lake, featuring a folk village and thrilling Gyro Drop. Address: 240, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul Admission: One-day Ticket –Full day: Adults 52000 won; After 4 pm: 41000 won   2. Everland Picture Credit -   The capital city is also home to the famous and largest theme park in South Korea, Everland. You will have no need to think about what to do in Korea because a visit to this park will leave you simply spoiled for choice. The park is divided into 5 main zones called the Global Fair – featuring restaurants and plenty of souvenir shops, Zoo-Topia – the animal themed area, European Adventure – featuring the ‘T Express’ wooden roller-coaster and spooky Mystery Mansion, Magic Land which has several thrilling rides and restaurant options, and American Adventure – that features many American themed rides and activities. As this is one of the most popular attractions in Korea large crowds gather on a daily basis. You will also have lots of ground to cover so you might want to get their early just as the park opens (10 am) and get started on your adventure.   Address: 199, Everland-ro, Pogok-eup, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do   Admission + Rides: - One-day Ticket: Adults 54,000 won; After 5 pm 45,000 won; Two-day Ticket: Adults 84,000 won   3. Maze Land Picture Credit -   When you think of amusement parks roller-coasters and fun rides are what immediately come to mind. Creating a whole new experience is the Maze Land in Jeju. Be prepared to be amazed by the massive stone maze which is in fact the world’s longest stone maze. The site is surrounded by lush greenery and allows you to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature. In addition to finding your way through the massive maze, you can also visit the maze museum to learn more about the history and enjoy some fun puzzles and games in the activity zone.   Address: 2134-47, Bijarim-ro, Gujwa-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do   Admission: Adults 9,000 won   4. Aiins World Picture Credit - Another interesting variant of theme parks is the Aiins World. This site features over 100 models of miniature recreations of some of the most iconic buildings from around the world. These models have been crafted with a very high degree of accuracy making it a perfect place to witness wonders of the world under one roof.   Address: 1, Doyak-ro, Wonmi-gu, Bucheon-si, Gyeonggi-do   Admission: Adults 10,000 won   5. Wolmi Theme Park Picture Credit - As you travel Korea, if you happen to pay a visit to Incheon, the Wolmi Theme Park is one of the best water & amusement parks in South Korea you should visit. The park boasts of a number of amazing attractions like the two-story Viking Ship, 70-meter-high Hyper Shoot Drop, 115-meter-high Ferris wheel, 4D room and water activity area.   Address: 81, Wolmimunhwa-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon   Admission: Adults 6,000 won   6. Psyche World Picture Credit -   After you have enjoyed all the thrilling rides of the various amusement and theme parks in Korea, you should also pay a visit to Psyche World as part of your family tour to Korea. This is one of the most colorful attractions as it features a wide collection of over 10000 butterflies. In addition to the remarkable display of these beautiful flying insects you could even have some fun in The Crystal Palace surrounded by mirrors, or learn more about these interesting species at the Study World.   Address: 2157, Pyeonghwa-ro, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do   Admission: Adults 9,500 won...

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