Andong is a small city located 143 mi from Seoul. It is easily accessible by car, by bus (3-hour journey), or by train (4-hour journey). A provincial town with welcoming and inquisitive inhabitants, you'll find that the local youth is always asking foreigners where they come from. It's the best place to get a good insight into the daily lives of South Koreans and to make friends with the locals, which ...
Hahoe, a traditional village that has retained its stately country houses, holds a Folk Festival every year.
The rice paddies turn a beautiful yellowish colour in the fall here.
The downtown food market is very nice; chicken and potatoes are the specialties of the region.
In the surrounding hills, Dosan Seowon represents one of the last Confucian schools of the country. A truly magical place.
You'll receive a warm welcome from Koreans, particularly young people who come to meet the tourists and ask where they came from.
One of the last vestiges of ancient Korea, a treasure trove of Confucian culture.
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