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Gwangjang Market

Gwangjang Market, Seoul’s first and oldest covered market, was originally the place to come to buy traditional Korean clothing items, like hanbok. While the ...  Read more


If you’re interested in exploring the dynamic and long reaching history of Korea, there’s no better place to start than the coastal region of Gyeongju, also ...  Read more

Han River

Spanning more than 310 miles (500 km) at about 0.62 miles (1 km) wide, the Han River ( Hangang ) is one of the most important rivers in South Korea. A ...  Read more

Hwaseong Fortress

This UNESCO World Heritage site was built between 1794 and 1796 as an homage to the remains of Prince Sado, who was murdered by his father after failing to ...  Read more

Jamsil Sports Complex

Constructed for the 1988 Summer Olympics and the 19th annual Asian Games, the Jamsil Sports Complex is situated along the banks of the Han River. Designed by ...  Read more


Seoul’s Jongmyo Shrine, one of the most important cultural sites in the country, originally served as the ancestral shrine for Joseon Dynasty kings. Built ...  Read more

Korean Furniture Museum

Opened in 2008, the Korean Furniture Museum is one of Seoul’s best kept secrets. Housed within a series of beautifully maintained Korean traditional houses, ...  Read more

Lotte World

Easily accessible from Jamsil Station on the Seoul subway, this extraordinary recreational complex is the world’s largest indoor theme park, according to the  ...  Read more

Mt Bukhan

Mt Bukhan, also called Bukhansan, is a mountain just north of Seoul with three distinct peaks. It is not only an easily recognizable landmark overlooking the ...  Read more

Namsangol Hanok Village

This well-preserved village is home to five restored traditional Korean houses, as well as a quiet pond and a picturesque pavilion. Though some consider this ...  Read more

Namsan Tower (N Seoul Tower)

Offering one of the most beautiful panoramic views in the city, the 777 foot (236.7 meters) Namsam tower, or N Seoul tower, in Seoul is an opportunity for ...  Read more

National Museum of Korea

Not only is the National Museum of Korea the best in the country, it’s also free. In a sweeping introduction to Korean art, culture and history, the museum ...  Read more

Noryangjin Fish Market

One of the best ways to get to know a new culture is through its food, and Noryangjin Fish Market offers the most authentic and interesting look at the local ...  Read more

Olympic Park

In 1988, Seoul hosted the Summer Olympics, and the Olympic Park has since been transformed into a massive green space where locals come to relax. Located on ...  Read more

Prehistoric Housing Site

Go back in time about 6,000 years, and along the banks of the Han River where Seoul now sits, you’d find a small nomadic settlement where the earliest ...  Read more

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