South Korea has so much good food that it's hard to know where to start. To help, I've made this food guide.
For my final day in South Korea, I climbed Geumjeongsan Mountain, home to mountain fortress and stunning natural formations. It was well worth the effort.
Korean street food is weird and wonderful. Here's my guide to the best Korean street food.
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was serene until the gunfire started. The noise shocked me. What was happening at Busan's temple by the sea?
Hahoe Folk Village is what brought me all the way to Andong. But would it be worth it? There was a big surprise waiting right at the entrance.
Andong is a dreary place, it felt like a ghost town. As the capital of Korean Confucianism, it was supposed to offer so much more. Had I made a huge mistake coming here?
A genuine open air museum containing old artifacts on a mountain. This I had to see.
Entering a stranger's house in Seoul for tea. What could go wrong?
South Korea is not known for its hiking. But it should be. Bukhansan National Park is right next to Seoul, and the views it offers are world-class.
Inside the Korean DMZ, the Cold War is still being fought. I decided to go and find out what it's like.