‘The Pyeongchang Trout Festival’ takes place every winter at the town of Jinbu-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun County, Gangwon-do Province. Visitors can enjoy a variety of programs including trout fishing, snow sports and ice activities.
While the Garden of Morning Calm brims with splendid seasonal flowers in the spring and the summer, it is during the fall months that the garden’s exquisite natural landscape takes on the most gorgeous hues.
Since its inception in 2009, the annual Seoul Lantern Festival, one of the representative festivals in Seoul, is held throughout the period from the first Friday of November to the third Sunday of November.
The Korea Sale Festa takes place from Sept. 29 to Oct. 31 across the nation, where visitors can enjoy riding the Korean Wave and experience as much Korean pop culture, shopping and tourism as they like, all at the same time.
The region around Andong is home to many renowned historical and cultural sites, like the world-famous Hahoe Village. However, the major cultural attraction in the region is the Andong Mask Dance Festival.
A romantic flower festival is soon to take place in the city that will be home to the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games. Millions of zinnias will burst into bloom along the Pyeongchanggang River in Gangwon-do Province.
The Seoripul Festival was named after its host borough of Seocho-gu District in southern Seoul. It is one of the main art festivals in the capital, and it brings together renown artists from around the world.
The Chuncheon Dakgalbi & Makguksu Festival is scheduled for this August. Visitors can enjoy Chuncheon-style buckwheat noodles, makguksu, and spicy chicken ribs, dakgalbi, two representative dishes from the region.