South Korea Vegan Travel Guide

South Korea Vegan Travel Guide

South Korea Vegan Travel Blogs

Sheep Farm – is it Vegan-friendly?

Daegwallyoung Sheep Farm I had the opportunity to visit a sheep farm near Pyeongchang – where the Olympics will be held in 2018 – which is a lovely town in the east side of South Korea. I usually don’t visit […]

Vegan Musician in Seoul – Part II

<Han Gwa Chae> – Insadong 10-gil, 13 Han Gwa Chae is a vegan place that I had kept an eye on for months. Not knowing their break times last winter, I stopped by one day only to find out that it […]

Vegan Musician in Seoul – Part 1

Vegan and Music, in Seoul. Until now, all my posts have been about vegan restaurants and food, but in this entry, I wanted to include some reviews of music performances that I saw in Korea. Hopefully, you could make your […]

3rd Vegan Fest in Seoul

<3rd Vegan Fest in Seoul!> On May 21st, I finally experienced my very first vegan festival. I had only heard about how great they were, so I had been waiting forever for this day. That morning, I put on my […]

Vegan in Seoul, Korea

An-nyoung ha seyo!  My 10-day trip to Seoul in January actually turned out to be much better than I had imagined (vegan-wise). In December, my parents suddenly suggested that we go to Seoul to visit our relatives for the New […]

Vegan Festival Korea

Although this post is overdue, I still want to share it since it was one of the best days of my 2016. Last year in mid-September, I travelled to Seoul, South Korea. As I was eating delicious vegan goodies at [...]

Ellie’s Round Up – South Korea!

Hey Vegan Travellers! It’s time once again for a great big round up! This time, it’s South Korea and it’s not as postivite as all the ones previous to it! I must have jinxed it when I said in the […]

Busan? Big Fan!

Contrary to what we’d heard over and over about how difficult it would be to be vegan in Japan, I had read that it would be incredibly easy in South Korea. Armed with this knowledge, I was incredibly excited for […]

Class is Still in Session

When I first found out about Vegan Travel, almost a year ago now, and I began to consider whether or not I would be able to apply for their Round the World trip, the biggest obstacle was going to be […]

Coffee, Cosmetics, Korea, Oh My!

Hey Vegan Travellers! Ross and I have, very sadly, left Japan behind. I loved Japan more than I could possibly put into a blog. The people there were incredibly kind, the food was incredibly tasty, the nature was incredibly beautiful; […]

The Best Things in Life Are

As much as I would love for this blog post to be a massive list of the actual best things in life (y’know, chocolate, bread, vegetable gardens, new socks, haikus etc,) I was really just trying to be clever with the title. […]

Vegan Dining in South Korea

Dajeon

Teahouse and all vegan restaurant. Serves traditional Korean food.

Everest

Everest is an Indian and Nepalese restaurant with an amazing understanding of veganism and a warm and comfortable atmosphere. Located in Seoul, Korea.

PPURI Cafe

Macrobiotics & Vegan Desserts, Food We try our best to use Organic, Seasonal, Local and Natural ingredients In addition to being an organic cafe, PPURI is a place for cooking classes, workshop, small gatherings, private parties, seminars, and lectures.

PLANT Cafe

 PLANT is a 100% vegan cafe/restaurant located in the heart of Seoul. Here at PLANT we believe that eating a veg diet is not only healthier but also better for the environment, the animals, and also your emotional well-being. We Read more […]

Jack and the Beanstalk Vegan Cafe

Delicious and healthy vegan food in Busan.

The Bread Blue

The Bread Blue is an all-vegan bakery and cafe in Seoul with fresh baked breads, sweet and savory delights, patisseries, croissants, and more!

Huggers Seoul

Huggers is plant-based restaurant in Seoul that offers brunch, burgers, desserts, smoothies, coffee and drinks.

Loving Hut Smile

Loving Hut Smile in Seoul is part of the international Loving Hut chains, serving a variety of 100% vegan entrees and desserts. Packed vegan lunches and catering available.

Dal Yang Cafe

Dal Yang is a vegan cafe and restaurant in Seoul that has vegan soft serve ice cream, burgers, salads, baked goods, coffee drinks, and more.

Osegyehyang Vegan

Osegyehyang is a vegan restaurant in Seoul that serves rice and noodle dishes, mock meat dishes and more with complimentary salad and soup served. Traditional Korean style dining room.

Cafe Insarang

Cafe Insarang is a traditional Korean vegan restaurant in Insadong, Seoul. Choose from a selection of teas, savory noodle and vegetable dishes, combo meals, and sweets.

Gyejeolbapsang (Season’s Table)

Gyejeolbapsang is a buffet in Seoul on the ground level of the Intercontinental Coex Mall. They offer many vegan Korean dishes that are all labeled with their ingredients and allergens (in English) along the buffet.

Oons Vegan Bakery

Oons is an all vegan bakery in Seoul that proudly proclaims that there is no milk, no butter, and no eggs in any of their baked goods. Cookies, bars, cakes, sweet and savory breads, and more!

Activities in South Korea

Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is a Seoul Korean traditional village with a long history located between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace and Jongmyo Royal Shrine. The traditional village is composed of lots of alleys, hanok and is preserved to show a 600-year-old Read more […]

Seoraksan National Park

Seoraksan National Park is a national park in South Korea. It listed by the South Korean government with UNESCO as a tentative World Heritage site. The government designated the area as a nature reserve in 1965 and UNESCO designated it Read more […]

Hallasan National Park

Hallasan stands out at the center of South Korea’s southernmost island, boasting exquisite landscapes due to its varied volcanic topography and vegetation distribution ranging vertically through the subtropical, temperate, frigid and alpine zones.The special nature of this area led to Read more […]

Seongsan Ilchulbong, Jeju Island

Seongsan Ilchulbong, also called ‘Sunrise Peak’, is an archetypal tuff cone formed by hydrovolcanic eruptions upon a shallow seabed about 5 thousand years ago. Situated on the eastern seaboard of Jeju Island and said to resemble a gigantic ancient castle, Read more […]

Jogyesa Temple

This beautiful, colorful temple is the center of Zen Buddhism in Seoul, Korea. Equally lovely is the courtyard, which is filled with vibrant lanterns and trees more than 500 years old.

Hwaseong Fortress

Hwaseong Fortress in the town of Suwon is just a 30-minute train ride from Seoul. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is one of Korea’s most important historical treasures and is the only remaining walled fortress in the country.

War Memorial of Korea

War Memorial of Korea is located in Yongsan-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It opened in 1994 on the former site of the army headquarters to exhibit and memorialize the military history of Korea. The memorial building has six indoor exhibition Read more […]

N Seoul Tower

The N Seoul Tower, officially the YTN Seoul Tower and commonly known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower, is a communication and observation tower located on Namsan Mountain in central Seoul, South Korea. At 236m, it marks the highest Read more […]

Gyeongbokgung Palace

The National Museum of Korea and the National Folk Museum are located on the grounds of this palace in Seoul, built six centuries ago by the founder of the Chosun dynasty.

Haedong Yonggung Temple

Haedong Yonggung Temple is a Buddhist temple in Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea. The temple was built in 1376 by the teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. The temple complex is a large one and one of few in Read more […]

Bukhansan National Park

One of the most popular pastimes in Gyeonggi-do is hiking and this stunning national park just outside the city is a local favorite. Aside from a variety of hiking trails for every skill level, you’ll also see lots of flora Read more […]

The videos and blogs on this page were contributed by members of our vegan community who recently traveled to South Korea and graciously shared their travel experiences. Follow your fellow vegan travelers as they explore South Korea compassionately, meet local vegans and other vegan travelers, and share the amazing vegan food they find during their travels! They share the sites they visited, the places they stayed at, vegan shops they found, and the sites and activities they enjoyed during their time in South Korea. Some also visit animal sanctuaries in the countries they travel to and kindly share the stories of the animals they meet. Join our vegan community and share your travel adventures with our global vegan community and collectively we can show the world how easy it is to be vegan and travel compassionately.

South Korea Vegan Travel Tips

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