Songnisan National Park (속리산국립공원) is in landlocked North Chungcheong province in South Korea.
Cheongju (청주), also spelled Chongju, is the capital of North Chungcheong, South Korea.
Daejeon (대전, 大田, formerly Taejon) is the capital of South Chungcheong province.
Suanbo (수안보, 水安堡) is a hot spring village in North Chungcheong, South Korea.
Muju is a small town in the North Jeolla province, in South Korea. Muju is known for their annual Firefly Festival, as well as skiing, at nearby Muju Resort.
South Korea (Korean: 한국, 韓國 Hanguk), officially the Republic of Korea (대한민국, 大韓民國 Daehan Minguk) is a country in East Asia. South Korea occupies the southern half of the Korean Peninsula, with North Korea to the north, China across the sea to the west and Japan a short ferry ride to the southeast.
Gongju (공주,公州), formerly romanised as Kongju, is a city in South Chungcheong province, South Korea.
thumb|400px|Courtyard of the Independence, with the Monument to the Nation in the back
Danyang (단양, 丹陽), (Formally romanized as Tanyang), is a resort town in North Chungcheong, South Korea.
Gaya Mountain National Park (가야산) is in South Gyeongsang, South Korea. It is home to two of the famed 100 most beautiful mountains in South Korea and a popular weekend hiking destination.
Asan (아산) is a city in South Chungcheong Province in South Korea. It serves as the location to the oldest hot springs in Korea, Onyang Hot Springs.
Yeongju is a small city to the north of Andong. It is surrounded by Sobaeksan National Park and other rural attractions.
Andong (안동,安東) is a city in North Gyeongsang Province, South Korea.
Daegu (대구, 大邱), (formerly romanized as Taegu) is South Korea's fourth largest city (after Seoul, Busan, and Incheon), and is located in the geographic center of the nation.
Suwon (수원,水原) is both the provincial capital and largest city in Gyeonggi province. The city is about 30km from Seoul and has a population of just over one million.
Bundang (분당, 盆唐) is a ward in Seongnam, a suburb of Seoul, in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.
Pangyo (판교) is in Gyeonggi, administratively part of the city of Seongnam (South of Namhansanseong), just south of Seoul. Pangyo refers to a planned city surrounding Pangyo-dong, Baekhyeon-dong, Unjung-dong, and Sampyeong-dong of Bundang-gu and Siheung-dong and Sasong-dong of Sujeong-gu (Seongnam city).
Gangwon (강원, 江原,) is a province in the northeastern corner of South Korea, bordering North Korea and having a long coast along the East Sea (Sea of Japan). Remote and off the traditional tourist trail, the region is relatively undeveloped being 82% mountainous and only sparsely populated.
Gyeonggi (경기도 Gyeonggi-do, 京畿道) is a province in the north-west of South Korea, surrounding the national capital city of Seoul.
Gunsan (군산시) is a city in North Jeolla in the south of South Korea.
Boryeong (보령) is a city in South Chungcheong Province, South Korea
Songpa (송파) and Gangdong (강동) are in the eastern part of Seoul, along the Han River. Quieter and more residential then its hectic neighbor, Gangnam, Songpa nonetheless offers a fair number of attractions.
Jirisan National Park (지리산국립공원) is in South Gyeongsang, South Korea.
Deokso (덕소) is a town in Gyeonggi province, near Seoul in South Korea.
Gangnam (강남) is the central district of the southern half of Seoul. Though Jongno and Jung to the north may claim to be the center of Seoul, in many ways Gangnam is the true center, of both Seoul and the entire country.
Ansan (안산) is a city in Gyeonggi, South Korea and is situated on the coast of the Yellow Sea (locally called West Sea). Portions of various Yellow Sea islands lie within its jurisdiction.
Jeongseon (정선) is a town in Gangwon. It is both a name of a small town and of a bigger county it is the capital of.
Dongjak (동작), Gwanak (관악) and Geumcheon (금천) are districts located to the south of the Han river in Seoul.
The districts of Dongdaemun (동대문), Jungnang (중랑), Gwangjin (광진) and Seongdong (성동) are in the east of the city of Seoul.
Pyeongchang (평창) is a city and a county in Gangwon. The city will host the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Seoul (서울) is the capital of South Korea. With a municipal population of over 10.
Yongsan (용산) is in Seoul's geographic center, sandwiched between Seoul's two major cultural and economic centers, Gangnam and Jongno/Jung. The main area of interest here for travelers is Itaewon, the most international and foreigner-friendly neighborhood in Seoul, and one of the only places where you can find authentic Mexican, Turkish, Middle Eastern, and Indian food on the entire peninsula.
Jung (중, 中, which means central) is in Seoul, constituting the southern half of the historic core of Seoul, along with Jongno. Jung is busier than its tranquil neighbor, with hundreds of offices buildings and endless streets of frantic shopping, but scattered among the hustle and bustle are more historic gems.
Jinju(진주, 晋州), formerly Chinju, is in South Gyeongsang province, South Korea.
Yeongdeungpo (영등포) and Guro (구로) are districts in Seoul. Yeongdeungpo is mostly a commercial area, and many of the nation's media companies are based here.
Jongno (종로) is in Seoul, and constitutes the northern half of the historic core of Seoul, along with Jung, the southern half. As the soul of Seoul (to coin a phrase), Jongno is home to a plethora of beautiful Joseon Dynasty palaces, shrines, temples, parks, historic neighborhoods, and other traditional sights.
Seodaemun (서대문) and Mapo (마포) are in northwestern Seoul, by the banks of the Han River. They're most notable for having a high concentration of colleges and universities, resulting in a distinct, youthful culture, especially in the twin subdistricts of Hongdae (홍대) and Sinchon (신촌), separated by a single subway stop, a ten minute bus ride, or a twenty minute walk.
The districts of Gangbuk (강북), Dobong (도봉), Eunpyeong (은평), Seongbuk (성북) and Nowon (노원) are in the northern part of Seoul. It is probably best known for the Bukhan mountain that offers nature and hiking close to the city.
Chuncheon (춘천, 春川) is the capital of Gangwon (강원, 江原), the northeasternmost province of South Korea.
Daebudo (대부도) is an island that is part of Ansan city in the province of Gyeonggi, South Korea.
Haman County (Haman-gun) is a county in South Gyeongsang Province, South Korea. In the early Common Era, Haman was the seat of Ara Gaya, a leading state of the Gaya confederacy.
Incheon (Korean: 인천, Chinese: 仁川), (Formerly romanized as Inchon), is a city in South Korea on the coast directly to the west of Seoul.
Goyang 고양 is a city near Seoul in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.
Odaesan national park (오대산국립공원, 五臺山國立公園) is in the Pyeongchang county of Gangwon province in South Korea.
Changwon (창원시) is the capital city of South Gyeongsang in South Korea, and incorporates the known harbor town of Masan.
Yeongjong and Yongyu Islands (영종도, 永宗島, Yeongjong-do and 용유도, 龍游島, Yongyu-do), also spelled Yongjong are in Incheon, South Korea, just west of Seoul.
Gyeongju (경주시, 慶州市; formally romanized as Kyongju) is in North Gyeongsang province, South Korea.
Incheon International Airport (인천국제공항) () is South Korea's largest airport and the country's main international gateway as well as the main airport of Seoul.
Pohang (포항(浦項)) is a city in North Gyeongsang (경상북도) in South Korea.