South Korea Hotels
Choose where to sleep in South Korea: we have over 1562 hotels available in 78 cities
Top sellers in the South Korea
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Most popular destinations in South Korea
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- Taean Hotels price from 39 US$
- Sokcho Hotels price from 35 US$
- Daejeon Hotels price from 38 US$
- Daegu Hotels price from 46 US$
- Cheju Hotels price from 49 US$
- Yeosu Hotels price from 73 US$
- Jeonju Hotels price from 20 US$
- Goyang Hotels price from 60 US$
- Gunsan Hotels price from 36 US$
- Gwangju Hotels price from 83 US$
- Gangneung Hotels price from 91 US$
- Hwaseong Hotels price from 46 US$
- Cheonan Hotels price from 42 US$
- Geoje Hotels price from 109 US$
- Namhae Hotels price from 65 US$
- Namyangju Hotels price from 45 US$
- Daegwallyeong Hotels price from 46 US$
- Changwon Hotels price from 52 US$
South Korea, officially the Republic of Korea is a country of 'East Asia that occupies the southern half of the Korean Peninsula. It is bordered to the north by North Korea, on the west by the Yellow Sea (and later China), to the south by the Korea Strait and on the east by the Sea of Japan (and later Japan). The capital of South Korea is Seoul.
The local climate is relatively temperate, oceanic, with more rainfall in summer, during the so-called rainy season, winters can be very cold. The best time to visit the peninsula is autumn, when the sky is sunny and the rains do not spread on land as in the summer. South Korea can be divided into four basic regions: east area with high mountains and narrow coastal plains; west area with large coastal plains, river basins and low hills, in the south-west there are mountains and valleys, while in the southeast region is dominated by the basin of the Nakdong River.
The Capital Seoul is the second largest metropolis in the world (after Tokyo). In Seoul average temperatures in January stood from -7 ° C to -1 ° C, while in July may vary from 22 ° C to 29 ° C. The country is quite mountainous, especially in the East, where narrow coastal plain separating the hills from the sea.
Peering between the twelve-lane highways and among the tall skyscrapers, find mysterious temples centuries old, palaces, pagodas and gardens for recreation. The national language is Korean, English is spoken by very few people.
The sites of tourist interest in South Korea are: Gyeongbokgung Palace, built at the beginning of the Yi Dynasty; the Temple Chongmyo, which houses the tablets of the ancestors of all the 27 kings of the Yi Dynasty; the Namdaemun Gate, a It was once the main access to the capital; the Hwaseong Fortress, UNESCO World Heritage Site; the N Seoul Tower; the Temple of HaeinSamch'ok beaches, located on the north coast East of itself does not have much to offer, but the beaches are located to the south are the true wonders of nature, situated between steep rocks and cliffs.
Transportation in Seoul are organized with trains, buses and 13 subway lines, all very comfortable and fast means to move from city to city. The basic monetary unit is the won (W). The denominations of banknotes are W1, 000, 5,000 and 10,000, and coins are W 10, 50, 100 and 500.