I downloaded the Travel in Korea iPhone app. Only a limited amount of information is available in the app (only 3 World Heritage sites are listed in the World Heritage Category) and some addresses are illegible. For instance, the Bukchon Hanok Village, the address is listed as Gahoe-dong(or Sa…Jongno-gu) Seoul. Many other addresses also have dots in them so I’m not sure how we are supposed to find out the address. Other items have descriptions that are cutoff such as Gyeongbokgung Palace which is described as “Built to serve as the royal manor for King Taejo, the founder and first king of the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung is foremost a Jeonngung palace (principal residence and executive branch of the King); and as such, of all the five palaces, Gyeongbokgung is non-parell in its aesthetics and scope. Because of its rather northern location, when compared to” If you already have an iPhone rather than downloading the iPhone app, it’s probably better to visit the KTO website because it has more information. However, be sure to visit it only in IE. If you visit it using Firefox you will see that on some pages do not show up correctly such as the Drama Film Locations page; the names of the various dramas are pushed way over to the right side.