Some athleticism is required to explore Northern Seoul’s Seongbuk District due to its steep uphill roads, but this also means that fewer people tend to visit the area, a bonus during the pandemic when many search for less crowded places to visit.
Visitors take photos at a road decorated with umbrellas next to Mallipo Beach in Taean County, South Chungcheong, on Wednesday night, after the road was designated as a pedestrian zone until July 30.
As the summer vacation season nears and the European Union is starting to open its borders again, the tourism industry is coming up with creative ways to alleviate health concerns for customers seeking a summer escape.
In times gone by, rising summer temperatures led to growing queues of families and friends hoping to find some relief from the heat at one of the nation's many water parks. But this chlorine-filled, sunscreen-scented ritual will take on a new ...