South Korea Trip Planner
Know Your Trip Budget for Your Dream Vacation to South Korea
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South Korea is a stark contrast to North Korea. South Korea is warm and welcoming, industrialization has taken place at a rapid pace but the Koreans retain their heritage and are fiercely proud of their culture. Both countries are beautiful, with mountains, lakes, and rivers; and, combined with the fact that they’re chockfull of beautiful old temples, palaces and monuments it’s hardly surprising that Korea- and more specifically South Korea- is an attractive destination for many tourists. Seoul is a city on the fast track – soaring skyscrapers abound and everyone seems to be in a rush. Further afield in contrast is the slow paced and steeped in ancient tradition with its shrines and beautiful temples.So come and explore South Korea and be charmed by its friendly hospitable people, its sights and sounds.
How to Enter :-
Air:-Korea, and more specifically South Korea, is well connected with the rest of the world. Nearly all the major international airports across the world have flights (many of them direct) linking them to Korea. Korean Air, the country’s national carrier, is its main link to other countries, although a number of other airlines also operate flights to South Korea.
Climate and best time to visit : -
South Korea, thanks to its northern location, has a relatively temperate climate, with four distinct seasons. The best time to visit most of Seoul is during the autumn- the air is crisp, the weather’s sunny and neither too hot or too cold, and the country’s at its most beautiful- a million shades of red and gold and brown cloak the trees, and it’s perfectly spectacular.
What to see : -
Korea does not have a whole lot of cities, but what there are interesting. The capital, JMb Seoul for instance, is a very fascinating mix of the old and the new- a glittering glass-and-steel city almost completely rebuilt after being ruined in the 1950s, but with its old temples and pagodas still intact. South Korea is rapidly becoming a haven for shoppers. There are also a few mountains good for skiing - Yongpyong on the east coast or the Alps Ski Resort near Soraksan National Park.
How much does it cost to travel to South Korea
Plan your trip to South Korea with an estimated budget for your travel. The average daily cost of food in South Korea is USD 46.84 per person. For a family of four, the cost of eating out is USD 187.36. For accommodation, be ready to spend around USD 53 for a budget accommodation and USD 299 for a luxury hotel, per day, per person. For getting around South Korea, you will need a rough figure of USD 29.28 per day. For detailed South Korea trip cost calculator, use South Korea Trip Planner.
Average Price of a Luxury Trip in South Korea
Average Daily Cost* USD 476 Per Person
Cost for One Week USD 3332 Per Person
Cost for Two Weeks USD 6664 Per Person
Cost for One Month USD 14280 Per Person
Average Price of a Mid-Range Trip in South Korea
Average Daily Cost* USD 192 Per Person
Cost for One Week USD 1344 Per Person
Cost for Two Weeks USD 2688 Per Person
Cost for One Month USD 5760 Per Person
Average Price of a Budget Trip in South Korea
Average Daily Cost* USD 78 Per Person
Cost for One Week USD 546 Per Person
Cost for Two Weeks USD 1092 Per Person
Cost for One Month USD 2340 Per Person
*Based on Food, Accommodation & Transportation
How much will it cost once you're in South Korea
- 3-Course meal (mid-range) USD 18.74
- Fast food Combo meal USD 5.62
- Coffee (Cappuccino regular) USD 4.32
- Bottle of Water (1.5 L) USD 1.13
- Soft Drinks (Coke/Pepsi, 0.33 L) USD 1.41
- Domestic Beer (0.5 L) USD 2.17
- Budget Accommodation USD 53
- Luxury Accommodation USD 299
- Taxi Start (Standard Tariff) USD 2.81
- Taxi per km (Standard Tariff) USD 0.94
- One-way Ticket (Local Transit) USD 1.17
- Fuel (1 L) USD 1.43