Split by a fearsome border, the Korean Peninsula offers the traveller a dazzling range of experiences, beguiling landscapes and 5000 years of culture and history.Contemplation & CelebrationSouth Koreas compact size and superb transport infrastructure mean that tranquillity is achievable within an hour of the urban sprawl. Hike to the peaks of craggy mountains enclosed by densely forested national parks. Get further off the beaten path than you thought possible by sailing to remote islands, where farming and fishing folk welcome you into their homes and simple seafood cafes. Sample the serenity of a Buddhist temple retreat where the honk of traffic is replaced by the rhythmic pre-dawn chants of shaven-headed monks. If all this sounds a little too peaceful for your travel tastes, rest assured the ROK also knows how to rock. A countrywide itinerary of lively festivals and events means theres almost always a celebration of some sort to attend, and friendly Koreans are happy to share their culture with visitors, regardless of language barriers. If nothing else, your tastebuds will be tingling at the discovery of one of Asias least known, but most delicious, cuisines.Ancient & ModernAcademics still quibble over whether the Land of the Morning Calm (a term coined by travel writer Percival Lowell in 1885) is an accurate translation of the old Chinese characters by which all of Korea was once known. Dive into Seoul, the powerhouse of Asias third-largest economy, and calm is the last thing youll feel. This round-the-clock city is constantly on the move, its work hard, play hard population the epitome of the nations indefatigable, can-do spirit. Founded on centuries of tradition that manifest in the daily pageantry of the changing of the guard at meticulously reconstructed palaces, or in the chants of a shaman on a hillside, Seoul is nonetheless a contemporary urban marvel. You can hardly turn a corner without stumbling across a tourist information booth, a subway station or a taxi that will smooth the way to your next discovery in this multifaceted metropolis.Yin & YangThe blue and red circle at the heart of the South Korean flag neatly symbolises not only the divided Korean Peninsula, but also the fluid mix of ancient and modern aspects of the country officially called the Republic of Korea (ROK), where the vast majority of visitors to this part of the world will spend their time. South Korea is a dream destination for the traveller, an engaging, welcoming place where the benefits of a fully industrialised, high-tech nation are balanced alongside a reverence for tradition and the ways of old Asia.Korea Hotel Booking 80% Deals help you to find the best hotel deals from all major travel websites with one quick and easy search.No fees, no mark-up - 100% free! You can now search over 5 million hotel deals in over 120,000 destinations worldwide from this app.Features include: Simple search by location, dates and guests. Search results can be viewed two ways - on a map or in a list format. View all hotel details, guest ratings, images and features the hotel offers. Comparison table for all hotels and the best rates available for all our partner booking sites. Refine your search by price, star ratings, areas, hotel features and more. Compare accommodation prices across hundreds of sites and apps in just one quick and easy search. Book with our partner websites by simply clicking book on your hotel of choice. Support 40 languages and 120 currencies. Chat forum for travellers worldwide. Create a free postcards and share with friends. Travel tips, things to do and place of attractions. Simple and easy-to-use interface.Korea Hotel Booking 80% Deals is the only hotels app youll ever need!Hostel and motel listing is also in our app. Book your room now!