What Comes after the Holiday Gifts? New Year's!

By snackfever

The holidays are finally over. After we've filled ourselves with food, memories, and laughs to last a lifetime, what's next? The new year!

Some spend the day with family, and others with friends. Whatever way you spend New Year's Eve, we found a list of things to do in Korea on that special night.

  • Seoul

Ring in the New Year by hearing the bell of the city! If you love music and to dancing, why not dance the night away at The Final Countdown 2018?

  • Busan

Many love watching the sunrise, and with 2018 ending, why not celebrate the last day by taking in the sights from The Haedong Yonggungsa Temple? It's a popular tradition among Koreans that visiting tourists who can also enjoy. The temple, which was built on the rocks, has an amazing ocean view. If this isnโ€™t your ideal location, you can see the sunset from Taejongdae Park, a recreational area with a full view of the Busan Coastline.

  • Jeju Island

Seongsan Ilchulbong Tuff Cone plays tricks on the eyes, giving the illusion of pushing the sun back up in the sky. Many come here to take in the sunset on January 1st.

  • Jeongdongjin & East Sea

Jeongdongjin Beach is the ideal spot for lovers to take time away and spend New Year's Eve together. The beach not only showcases a train station, but guests can also spend the night. Being able to watch the sun rise above the sea, smelling the ocean air of the New Year is what many dream of!

We hope you enjoy these ideas when it comes to celebrating the new year!

Written by Maegs

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