Like a local
Our goal is to introduce travelers to an unusual South Korea, through unique urban experiences.
We have rounded up the best authentic spots of the cities. Thanks to their local friend, travelers will go along side streets and local districts to experience the kept secrets of the South Korean peninsula
The ginormous metropolitan area of Seoul is filled with dazzling skycrapers, crowded street markets and Kpop culture spots. An intriguing mix of history and contemporary that will startle travelers.
Along with a local friend, travelers will enjoy an off-the-beaten-tracks journey towards the best hidden gems of Seoul, Discovering the city through an insider's point of view will transport visitors to another realm.
AROUND SEOUL : INCHEON & SUWON
Why not taking advantage of a stay in Seoul to discover the surroundings of this sprawling city? With Very Local Trip, travelers can escape the South Korean capital for a day to explore two cities with multiple hidden treasures: Incheon and Suwon.
Along with a local friend, visitors will be able to get off the beaten track and discover two authentic cities at the gates of Seoul!
Second most populated city of South Korea, Busan combines gorgeous subtropical landscapes, terrific shopping options and delicious street food alternatives. This picturesque port city is thus the perfect balance of sea and the city.
Along with a local friend, travelers will take the time to explore this incredible port city. Between candy-colored houses perched atop a hill, gorgeous shoreline and bustling markets, visitors will discover the treasures of this metropolis.
Historical region, originally one of the eight provinces of Korea under the Yi Dynasty, Jeolla Province is nowadays divided into two entities: North and South Jeolla (Jeollanam-do and Jeollabuk-do). Renowned for its rich history, its gastronomy and its artistic heritage, this region will certainly dazzle its visitors !
From Gwangju to Sunchang, Damyang or Jeonju, travelers will be able to enjoy a gastronomic journey, discover amazing landscapes and meet with the inhabitants of this authentic region.
Off the southern coast of South Korea, Jeju is often referred as the “Hawaii of Korea”. This volcanic island, dominated by the majestic Hallasan peak, offers travelers a wide range of cultural attractions and local delicacies.
From exploring the bustling capital, Jeju-si, to going through the lush countryside, resting on beautiful beaches and trying local food, visitors will have the chance to discover an authentic region, still mostly unknown from travelers.