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Things to Do & Attractions in Seoul

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Bosingak Belfry

The Bosingak Belfry refers to an ornate pavilion in central Seoul that houses a bell with a history that dates all the way back to the 14th century. Located ...  Read more

Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is a lovely residential neighborhood located between Gyeongbok and Changdeok Palaces, and is full of traditional hanok homes. It is a ...  Read more

Cheonggyecheon

Despite its location in the center of Seoul, Cheonggyecheon stream and the pedestrian area that surrounds it are remarkably serene, primarily because it all ...  Read more

Cheongwadae Sarangchae

Cheongwadae Sarangchae is a two-­story historical museum where visitors can learn about Korea’s political and cultural history. Originally the home of the ...  Read more

COEX Aquarium

Set in the huge underground COEX Mall alongside a cinema complex, hundreds of storefronts and an array of restaurants, the COEX Aquarium features nearly 100 ...  Read more

Dongdaemun Market and Gate

Once the easternmost of four main gates to the capital city, Seoul, the Dongdaemun Gate functions today as a tourist attraction and an iconic beacon for ...  Read more

Gana Art Gallery

The Gana Art Gallery is located in the residential area of Pyeongchang-dong, in the foothills of Mount Bukhansan. It’s the largest exhibition space in South ...  Read more

Garosu-gil

Garosu-gil, meaning “tree-lined street” in Korean, is a 700-meter-long street in the trendy Gangnam neighborhood of Seoul. Just like the name suggests, the ...  Read more

Gate Gwanghwamun

Originally built in 1395 by the first Joseon king, Gwanghwamun serves as the main gate of Seoul’s Gyeongbukgung Palace, the largest of the five Joseon Dynasty ...  Read more

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

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

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

Jeongdong Theater

While the Jeongdong Theater only seats an audience capacity of 340, the mark it’s made on the Korean performing arts world rivals that of much larger venues. ...  Read more

Jongmyo

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

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