South Korea

Overland Travel in South Korea

Disconnected from other countries by road, you have to ship your overland vehicle to one of its ports before starting out on a unique road trip. Don’t expect dirt roads or 4×4 challenges but enjoy the ease of driving on asphalt. The mountainous and coastal landscapes are beautiful beyond imagination and driving your overland vehicle allows you to visit the remotest temples and pitch your rooftop tent anywhere for a night under the stars. Driving and camping in South Korea are super safe.

Apart from that, make sure to include some hiking, whether in a national park (Seoraksan and Jirisan are recommended) or the challenging and stunning 750-km-long Baekdu-daegan Mountain Ridge.

Thank You South Korea!

When writing our last newsletter (Yes, I want to receive it too!) I was reminiscing about our 6-month stay in South Korea and started thanking people whom had helped us in … Read more

Transportation in South Korea

Underground, above the ground, on foot, or varying from using 1 to 4 wheels or more. See the fascinating, nifty, and fun ways of traveling in South Korea.