Things to Do & Attractions in Seoul

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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

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Most commonly referred to as the Northern Palace because of its location compared to the other palaces of Seoul, Gyeongbokgung is a stunning reminder of the ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

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


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Always abuzz with energy and excitement, the district of Hongdae is known for its lively nightlife. Set on Seoul's western end near Hongik University, the ...  Read more

Hwaseong Fortress

4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

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


4 star rating: Recommended 394 Reviews

Insadong (Insa-dong), Seoul’s cultural and artistic hub, is the place to go to shop for local crafts, visit a traditional Korean tea shop or catch an impromptu ...  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

Jogyesa Temple

2.5 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 5 Reviews

Famous for being the only major temple within Seoul, Jogyesa Temple serves as the center of Zen Buddhism in Korea and houses Daeungjeon, the largest Buddhist ...  Read more

Joint Security Area (Panmunjom)

4.5 star rating: Recommended 86 Reviews

Visit the 'truce village' known as the Joint Security Area (JSA), or Panmunjon, to get a glimpse of the still simmering tensions that remain here more than 50 ...  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


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 127 Reviews

The district of Jongno constitutes the northern half of Seoul’s main historic area. As the cultural and financial heart of the city, the area is home to a ...  Read more

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