Seoul (officially known as the Seoul Special City) is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea. Rich with countless sights to see and places to visit like the traditional markets, ancient palaces as well as high-end shopping districts, Seoul is one of the most popular tourist destinations in all of Korea.
Busan (Pusan) is Korea's number one trading port and second largest city. Haeundae Beach and Sasans-gu are 2 of the Busan's most popular attractions. Most of the hotels in Busan are easily accessible from Busan International Airport via airport taxis and shuttle services linking the airport with downtown Busan.
Incheon boasts a busy seaport, making it one of South Korea's most vital transport hubs. There is variety of choices of resorts and hotels at Inheon, such as Incheon Airport Transit Hotel,Hyatt Regency Incheon and Orakai Songdo Park Hotel, as well as nice restaurants and bars aimed at the tourist sector.
Jeju-od or Jeju Island is small island off the Korean peninsula which earned it the nickname 'Island of the Gods' due to its unique tropical climate and surreal volcanic landscapes . Main attractions of Jeju are Hallasan, the tallest mountain in South Korea, a dormant volcano, waterfalls, a crater lake, beaches and dense evergreen forest.