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Couples place personalized locks on the Seoul Tower, then throw the keys away to symbolize forever. <3

Eudora Brewery, Dayton, Ohio, USA: Eudora Brewing Co. is Dayton, Ohio's first and currently the only customer brewing facility in the area. Featuring a tap room, an on-site brewery with a pretty dazzling light sign and some good drinks, this place is a providing a pretty good boozy time in the Dayton area.

N Seoul Tower (N서울타워)

Being the highest point in Seoul, Namsan Tower (aka the North Seoul Tower) is a place to see beautiful scenery, nature, and all that Seoul has to offer. Once at the top of the tower, they have restaurants and souvenirs that you can indulge in. The most special part is the love locks that surround the tower! Stay tuned to see more

Northern Limit Line and Ganghwa History Day Trip from Seoul On this day trip from Seoul, head to South Korea's Northern Limit Line (NLL) and learn about Ganghwa history. The NLL is the maritime demarcation line in the West Sea between South Korea and North Korea. On this tour, stop off at the Ganghwa Peace Observatory, the closest place to North Korea from where you can see North Korea and the lifestyle of North Koreans. Learn about and understand Korea’s divided history...

NYC: Manhattan: A trip to NYC: You can walk it all from top to bottom and this way and that. Manhattan is perfect for the walker in you. Visit New York City and enjoy the walk around. The best city to take a walk.

Seoul City - The colors in this photo are so dynamic and complex. The warm and cool colors looking like they're dancing throughout the picture. Where are your favorite places to take pictures in Seoul?

KTandG Sangsangmadang (meaning “Imagination Grounds”), an indie culture hub in the hip Hongdae area, Seoul, South Korea. 7-story cultural complex building with 4-story basement.

Should I Visit the Korean DMZ

Visiting the border between North and South Korea is usually at the top of any Korea itinerary. But is it worth visiting?