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Spring in South korea

Travel Itinerary -
Days: 16
Season: All
trip transport traveler type
Country: South Korea
Travel Interests: Amusement parks,Nature walking,Tours and Sightseeing,World heritage sites
Description: Our Spring trip plan to South Korea. Full day by day travel plan in South Korea. The best of south korea in 15 days, the best things to do in South Korea in spring time: Seoul, Busan and more places and attractions in South Korea,
Created by Maayan Ashkenazi
Last modified 31/08/2018
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Day 1

Seoul

Day 2

Seoul

Day 3

seoul

Day 4

Day trip to Bukansan National Park

Day 5

Lotte World

Day 6

The Garden of Morning Calm

Day 7

Gangnam-gu Seoul

Day 8

GYERYONGSAN NATIONAL PARK

Day 9

From Seoul to Busan

Day 10

Busan

Day 11

Busan

Day 12

Day trip to Jinhae

Day 13

goryeong

Day 14

Seomjin

Day 16

From Busan to Yeouido

My best travel tips
Money and cost
The cherry blossom season brings LOTS of visitors to South Korea, so it’s best to plan and book ahead. Make your hotel and car reservations well in advance:
The cherry blossom season brings LOTS of visitors to South Korea, so it’s best to plan and book ahead. Make your hotel and car reservations well in advance: www.booking.com
Packing list
Pre-book your trip essentials. There’s so much to see and do in South Korea, so it’s best to pre-book as much travel essentials as possible! You can pretty much book everything online: from pocket wifi, to transportation cards, airport transfers, rail passes, and even tickets to popular attractions. Take care of these before your trip: www.klook.com
Tours and attractions
Spring Festivals (March - May) in South Korea: english.visitkorea.or.kr
Best time to go to South Korea to see the cherry blossoms: First up, when should you plan to visit South Korea? The Korean Meteorological Administration is yet to release the forecast for 2018 (they usually do so early March – stay tuned for updates), but here’s our best bet on the timeframe: Jeju – last week of March Busan (and surrounding areas – Jinhae and Gyeongju) – end of March to beginning of April Seoul (and surrounding areas) – first half of April If you want to see more than the cherry blossoms, you can catch the yellow canola fields and the colorful wildflowers in April as well.
Transportation
Driving your own rental car is one of the best ways to see the South Korean countryside, but it can seriously be a pain when driving in the city. For the destinations mentioned here, I only recommend getting a car to go around Jeju and to visit Gyeongju. It’s best to go by subway when in Busan and Seoul, and if you’re visiting Jinhae during the cherry blossom festival, driving there isn’t advisable.
Travel resources
Weather
Timing is everything! Part of the cherry blossoms’ allure is its transience, and if you don’t plan right, you may totally miss it! If you’re dead set on catching them at the peak of their blooms, be sure to check back for this year’s cherry blossom forecast. It’s good to arrive 1-2 days before the anticipated peak date so you have a bit of leeway.
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