This village is made up of traditional houses, and visiting it is one way of getting to know the heart of Seoul. Instagram worthy shots are a plus!
This is a daily performance of the guards that are on duty at the Gyeongbokgung Palace. This is a tradition that has been kept for the longest time and is one sight you should not miss when in Seoul.
The management of the palace allows visitors to wear a gatekeeper costume within the palace grounds, so you must not miss this.
Seoul may be known for good Korean food, but the street food is a different story. A way to deepen your experience, Seouls’s street food is really a must try.
Korea is one of the most traditional countries in Asia, and its traditional-modern mix is simply one that you have to experience.
Experience the heart of South Korea through these destinations. Include them in your must-go-to places during your stay in Seoul, and you’ll enjoy every bit of your vacay.
A one stop shop for retail and food, you’ll find brand name shops and department stores and restaurants, fast food, plus Korean, Western and Japanese dining options.
Located on Namsan Mountain, the N Seoul Tower is at the highest point where you can see the beautiful Seoul skyline. The communication and observation tower is surrounded by the scenery and nature of Namsan. Its tower also attracts many for the light art it displays.
It’s a huge complex with an indoor and outdoor theme park, year round ice skating rink, department stores, shopping malls, a folk museum, a hotel, cinemas, restaurants. The indoor theme park boasts of over 45 attractions.
There are many trees, plants, and animals and is popular for its hiking trails. You can also visit the National Theater, Namsan Public Library, Namsan Botanical Gardens, statues of Korean patriots.
A history museum of Korea’s valiant efforts to preserve its country’s spirit, the Memorial Service Korea Society established exhibits which includes materials preserved from the wars. Also on display are tanks, planes and guns.