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Korea Travel Guide

Korea Travel Guide

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www.dutyfreekorea.com
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information in this book is as up-to-date as possible at the time of going topress. However, datails such as prices, opening hours, telephone numbers are liable to change. We would be delightedto receive any corrections and suggestions. Please write to editor@mail.knto.or.kr. Designed by Darum. Printed in theRepublic of Korea. Not for sale.
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Incheon International Airport
Incheon International Passenger Terminal
Jeju International Airport
Gimhae International Airport
Busan International Passenger Terminal
Korea
2002
Travel Guide
http://www.tour2korea.com
 
The Romanization of 
hangeul
(the Korean alphabet) in this booklet follows the new systemproclaimed by the Korean Ministry of Culture and Tourism on July 7, 2000. In an attempt tomake things easier to understand, we accept some redundancy in English rendition, repeatingcertain terms stated in Korean. For example,
gang
means river,
san
means mountain and
do
meansisland, but we write Imjingang River, Mt. Namsan, and Jindo Island, etc. As two exceptions,however, because they are already so well-known internationally, occasionally you will see “theHan River” and “Jeju Island.”
Unfortunately most of phone numbers listed in this book may not answer in English. It will bemore convenient to ask your Korean friends to call for you, or get assistance at 1330 Travel Phone.
 Tourist Map of Korea 
6
FIFA World Cup 2002 Korea/Japan
 TM
8
2002 Asian Games in Busan
13
Geumgangsan Diamond Mountains
14
Korea in Brief 
17
 Tourist Destinations
25
Seoul
26
Subways
(Seoul and Incheon)
54
Seoul Vicinity 
(Incheon, Gyeonggi-do)
68
Eastern Area 
(Gangwon-do, Ulleungdo)
72
Central Area 
(Daejeon, Chungcheongnam-do, Chungcheongbuk-do)
76
Southeastern Area 
(Gyeongsangbuk-do, Gyeongju, Busan, Gyeongsangnam-do,Hallyeo Maritime National Park )
80
Southwestern Area 
(Gwangju, Jeollabuk-do, Jeollanam-do)
92
 Jeju-do
98
Special Interests in Korea 
105
Korean Food
106
 Traditional Sports and Games
108
Recreation
110
Shopping 
116
Seasonal Attractions
124
Spring 
124
Summer
125
Fall
126
Winter (Ski Resorts, Hot Springs)
127
Golf Courses
131
National Parks
132
Museums
132
Festivals
138
General Information
141
Entry & Departure Formalities
142
 Transportation
144
 Accommodations
153
Diplomatic Missions and Other Organizations
167
Business Travel Tips
172
Holidays
174
Handy Facts
175
Useful Korean Phrases
181
Index 
183
National Flag
TheKorean flagis called
taegeukgi 
.Its design symbolizes theprinciples of the yin and yang in Oriental philosophy. Thecircle in the center of the flag is divided into two equalparts. The upper red section represents the proactivecosmic forces of the yang. Conversely, the lower bluesection represents the responsive cosmic forces of the yin.The two forces together embody the concepts of continualmovement, balance and harmony that characterize the sphere of infinity. The circle issurrounded by four trigrams, one in each corner. Each trigram symbolizes one of the fouruniversal elements:heaven ( ),earth ( ),fire (),and water ().
National Flower
The national flower of Korea is the
mugunghwa 
or Rose ofSharon. Every year from July to October, a profusion of
mugunghwa 
blossoms graces the entire country. Unlikemost flowers,
mugunghwa 
is remarkably tenacious andable to withstand both blight and insects. The flower
ssymbolic significance stems from
mugunghwa 
root,
mugung 
,
meaning immortality. This word accuratelyreflects the immortal nature of Korean history, and thedetermination and perseverance of the Korean people.
 
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