South Korea Timeshare
South Korea is where storied traditions blend effortlessly with modern, world-class metropolitan amenities to create a fascinating blending of old and new. A South Korea timeshare lets you visit this land of interesting contrasts at your convenience. Many areas are dotted with temples, palaces and fortresses. Changdeokgung Palace is a beautiful and interesting place to embark on one-hour tours with knowledgeable guides. Hwaseong Fortress is a fascinating UNESCO World Heritage site.
Places to See with Kids
All ages love visiting the Busan area. Here you'll find beautiful beaches, a cinema, a famous site known as the Jagalchi Fish Market, and colorful homes in the village of Gamecheon, which has been called Korea's version of Santorini. Bulguksa is interesting to history buffs. It's a UNESCO World Heritage Site filled with seven national Korean treasures. Here you'll see pagodas, white stone stairways, and scenery that South Korea is famous for.
Visiting theme parks is a must for families with kids. Lotte World in Seoul is a famous park, along with Magic Island outdoor theme park, and Everland, an outdoor theme park about 45-minutes outside of Seoul. Everland has been affectionately called South Korea's version of Disneyland. In Lotte World you'll find ice skating, rides, attractions and shopping to keep everyone thoroughly entertained. With a South Korea timeshare, you'll have adventures your way. Visit Hahoe Folk Village for glimpses into how South Korea was before the 20th century. History becomes clear and profound.
Adults Appreciate Cosmopolitan Charm
The capital of Seoul offers the most attractions for adults and couples with its array of shopping centers, sumptuous restaurants and hipster bars. Among these modern amenities, you're never far from interesting museums like the National Museum of Korea. The de-militarized zone border between North and South Korea is another fascinating popular attraction. Visit the museum here for glimpses into historic events. Visitors also appreciate Cheong-gye-Cheon, a riverside park with walking paths, public art, and a fascinating lantern festival every November. At the Lantern Festival you'll see thousands of glowing lighted paper sculptures floating on the water.
Best Times for Visiting
A South Korea timeshare is your best way to have all the experiences, with a place of comfort to return to after exploring. Spring, when cherry trees bloom, is a great time to visit. Autumn with colorful foliage is also popular. The weather is cooperative and sites are less crowded during these shoulder times.