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to our World Cup travel guide. We begin by offering you a brief guide to
each city which hosts a World Cup venue for the 2002 event. The urban centers
of Japan and Korea offer a wonderfully rich cultural heritage, not to mention
world class dining, entertainment (besides the best sporting even in the
world), tourism, and hospitality. A trip to the orient is difficult to match,
unless of course your lucky enough to take in a match or two while you're
there. Our offerings also include a city-by-city video guide of Japanese
world cup travel destinations.
The Korea National Tourism Organization's official tourism guide can
be found online here.
If offers information on some of the best sights to be seen all around
Korea, and excellent vital information such as subway maps. If you are
traveling to Korea and are worried about the language barrier, spend some
site. Korean is a scientific language and quite learnable, but will
remain a challenge for most of the western world. Current weather conditions
and temperatures for every major Korean metropolitan center can be obtained
from this live
No other country in the world revels in the juxtaposition of tradition
and modernity, nature and artifice, as does Japan. Guides to specific
regions of Japan can be viewed at Japan-Travel-Updates.
Current weather conditions can be found via Yahoo's weather guide.
If you are traveling to Japan for the world cup, utilize our city guide
(which also has English language video clips highlighting each venue city),
and take the time to read up the experience at travel adventures.org.
These well written commentaries offer a glimpse of what it is like to
truly take in some Japanese cultural experiences.