One thing Seoul has definitely got in spades is a profusion of culture-based theme and amusement parks. At least one full day should be devoted entirely to exploring them. The largest (in fact, the world’s largest) indoor theme park, Lotte World, is home to a massive collection of shopping facilities, extravagant, exciting rides, a folk museum, restaurants, a skating rink, and a luxury hotel. Also worth visiting is Everland, the Korean version of Disneyland, as well as Seoul Land (constructed in coordination with the 1988 Olympics), and the Children’s Grand Park, which houses a zoo, an amusement park, and a collection of restaurants.
As a bustling modern metropolis, Seoul has world-class shopping facilities and enough exceptional cuisine to keep you well-fueled.
Apgujeong Station, Cheongdam Station, and Gangnam Station are all commercial centers popular with shoppers, as is Myeongdong (which is particularly popular with younger people).