Most of the world may currently be under quarantine, but that doesn’t mean you can’t plan where you want to visit in the future. For those with a significant other, you may want to consider visiting South Korea, which is a popular tourist destination for a reason. With its exciting city life and picturesque tourist spots, you’ll have the experience of a lifetime!
Read on to see 7 pretty date spots in South Korea that will leave you and your significant other with beautiful memories. The cast of reality show Heart Signal 3 chose these places for their dates, so you know it’s tried and tested.
1. Itaewon Camping
If you thought it’s impossible to camp in the middle of the city, think again! Heart Signal 3‘s Jangcheon and Kim Se Rin had a rustic camping date on the rooftop of a building in Itaewon. The best part? There was even a large tent!
2. Naksan Park
Naksan Park is the representative date spot to go to if you want to view the city of Seoul at a glance. It’s so romantic there, in fact, that Jangcheon and Seo Ji Hye confessed their feelings to each other as they took a stroll together.
3. Cafe Treeanon
A cafe is the ideal date spot for those who want to sit down and converse with their significant other. Cafe Treeanon in Cheongdamdong is set apart from other cafes because of its cozy and vintage vibe. They have a wide assortment of teas to choose from, and their pretty pastries are something to write home about!
4. Bosu Book Street
If you and your significant other love reading books and are especially fond of libraries and bookstores, look no further than Busan’s Bosu Book Street. You’ll be enchanted by the rows and rows of paperback books—a true heaven for book lovers!
5. Bomunsa Temple
As a tourist, it would be a shame to miss out on South Korea’s rich culture. A pretty and historical spot to visit is the Bomunsa Temple in Incheon, near the Incheon International Airport. Try to go in the afternoon to witness an absolutely beautiful sunset!
6. Porcelain Workshop
Want to do a memorable and fun activity with your partner? You may want to check out the porcelain workshops in Jayang-dong, Seoul. Afterwards, you can even take home your creation!
7. Jeongja-Dong Cafe Street
If you and your partner want to visit a cafe, you’ll be spoiled with choices when you go to the Jeongja-Dong Café Street in Bundang. Its chic atmosphere and wide array of cafes makes it a popular place with the locals, and you’ll be sure to find a cafe that suits your tastes perfectly!