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recommended Gyeongbok Palace
Gyeongbok Palace1 Sejongro, Seoul, 11, South Korea
Walking through Gyeongbok Palace is something of a dream. We came here early in the morning, the South Korean chill sneaking into our layers of winter wear. Everything seemed to have a crystalline ... read more
quality, from the calm lake to the barely moving trees. The historic temples, so large they could be described as imposing, were impressive sites to walk through. And when the morning sun finally popped up from the clouds, streaming across the rooftops and gliding through delicate treefingers, it was like history coming to life.
Recommended for:History Buffs
I imagine this palace would be quite beautiful in the winter months.
recommended Dongdaemun Market
Dongdaemun MarketSeoul-si Jung-gu Euljiro 6-ga
Shopping! For clothes! And more clothes! And food! And then drinking! And then more clothes! EVEN AT 3 AM!!!! It's touted as the world's largest fashion market, and it goes on until the wee hours. Not ... read more
to be missed.
fun late-night shopping.
recommended 광장시장 (Gwangjang Market)
광장시장 (Gwangjang Market)6-1 Yeji-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
A market of fabrics, snacks, shoes and sundries during the day, at night this sea of covered Jongno-area stalls transforms into one of the city of Seoul's finest no-frills eateries, selling pajeon ... read more
(green onion pancake), sundae (blood sausage) and so much else to everyone from construction workers to bankers. It's as authentic as it comes, cheap, and oh so tasty. Five stars.
Unbeatable food here.