This time of year, you might easily feel blue and bored. For those of you who don’t want to go outdoors and museums and exhibitions make you yawn, there are plenty of indoor entertainment you can try to beat the winter boredom!
Here’s the list of things you should try while traveling in South Korea- making a one-and-only souvenir with Korean traditional paper ‘Hanji’, designing your own one-of-a-kind ring, and trying on the colorful traditional Korean dress, ‘Hanbok’, at a famous studio in South Korea.
1. Craft a Special Souvenir with Korean Traditional Paper
Looking for a special, one of a kind souvenir in South Korea? Why don’t you try making it instead of buying it on the street or from a store? Make a Korean traditional craft with your own hands in the very heart of Insa-dong, the traditional district in Seoul! For details and directions, click here.
2. Make Your Own Custom Ring
Making a DIY custom ring is a popular new trend among young stylish people in Seoul. It became a smash hit after Korean celebrities, Gain and Jo Kwon, made their own matching rings on a reality TV show called “We Got Married”. You can choose the size and style of the ring, and engrave initials or words. Everything’s up to you!
So, for this cold winter, spare one day with your beloved ones and design your own ring at a workshop in Hongdae (Hongik University Area). You’ll have the best time with friends, family and your significant one. For details and directions, click here.
3. Traditional Korean Hanbok Experience
Started in 1962 as a Hanbok Shop, Goguan Studio today has become one of the most popular places to try Korean traditional clothes, ‘Hanbok’, and experience Korean culture. The studio offers a selection of 300 different Hanbok as well as hair ornaments that you can try on! Absolutely amazing!
Now is the perfect time for you and your friends and family to visit this studio because in the winter, the studio is relatively quiet than in the summer. So, go ahead and pick your favorite Hanbok and take a best shot! And enjoy this experience at a discounted price, here!
These fun, unique outdoor activities will offer not only entertainment, but also what you call a travel experience. And with Korea’s #1 Travel Guide, Trazy.com, you can experience things that you can’t do elsewhere but only in South Korea!
Go Travel, Go Crazy!
Article by: Yemi @ Trazy.com
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