Long History

When you visit Seoul you'll immediately notice the abundance of palaces, temples, art galleries, and museums,
which attest to Seoul's rich history and wealth of cultural assets.
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Gyeongbokgung Palace Changdeokgung Palace Changgyeonggung Palace
Deoksugung Palace Jongmyo Royal Shrine Namsangol Hanok Village

Getting Around

Seoul is a city full of joy. It will not allow you to get bored. Insa-dong is where you can see traditional Korean artisans, Itaewon is a little community where people from outside Korea hang out, stores downtown open till late so that you can shop till you drop, N Seoul tower and 63 city will show you an awesome view of Seoul at a glance, and amusement parks will give you a thrill while you stay in Korea.
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Hangang Parks

Daehangno Street

Insa-dong Shopping Street

Namsan Park

Dongdaemun Market

Myeong-dong

Itaewon Tourist District

Lotte World

Coex Mall

Seoul 63 Square

Seoul World Cup Stadium

Cheonggyecheon Stream

Flea Markets

Olympic Park

Gangnam Station Underground
Shopping Center

Bukhansan Dulle-gil Hiking

Seoul City Tour

Korean food is referred to in Korean as Hansik. While many other Asian ethnic foods such as Chinese or Japanese cuisine have become popular throughout the world, Korean food has yet to reach its peak. The Korean government is crusading for the globalization of Hansik in cooperation with companies, civic groups and the mass media. As the people of the world gain a better understanding of Korean food its flavors, and its roots, Korean food will undoubtedly become a global commodity like the foods of Korea's neighbors.

Hanbok, the Traditional Costume of the Korean People

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Hongdae Club Day

Pojang-machas
(Beer and Food Tents)

Seven Luck Casino

Nightlife in Seoul