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    29 reviews

    This was used to be natural stream, then turned into markets. Then decades later, the city decided to bring the nature back. After years of construction (and complex political arguments) Cheonggyecheon got their old nature back. Now it is one of the best places to visit in the city. It is man made, but not too bad to have this ...

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    Olympic Park

    15 reviews

    Another one of Seoul's largest parks, this one was built as a legacy of Seoul's successful hosting of the 1988 summer Olympics which helped usher in important cultural, social, and economic shifts in modern Korean society. As such, the park is quite grand with four different parks located within which takes three hours to explore in full. The park has ...

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  • 3

    Changdeokgung Palace

    16 reviews

    Old trees here are beautiful, chance to walk into history

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  • 4

    Seoul Forest

    7 reviews

    Well setting of the butterfly garden allows you to see butterfly close up. Kids will love it for sure

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  • 5

    Ansan Bongsudae (안산 봉수대)

    2 reviews

    One of the best places to see the view of Seoul. Starting with the Seoul N Tower, the whole view of Han River and Gangnam can be seen. It's hard to find if you are not a local, but it's worth visiting. Highly recommended. Two hour hiking course.

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  • 6

    Jongmyo Shrine

    3 reviews

    Follow the tour guide to understand Korea history, how they pay respects to their countries and family.

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  • 7

    Han-gang Riverside Parks

    5 reviews

    For the active and outdoors-loving families, the series of parks along the banks of the Han River will be one of your best options for a fun and cheap time. Walking/jogging and biking paths are a given while, depending on the park, a number of free facilities are on-site including basketball courts, skate ramps, exercise machines, and more. In summer, ...

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  • 8

    Itaewon Street

    38 reviews

    My personal favorite neighborhood in South Korea. Itaewon is loaded with foreigners from Brazil, South Africa, America, England, etc. There is tons of shopping here and tons of friendly faces especially in the bars, lounges, and clubs at night. Shop by day and Party by night. Tabom is probably the best authentic brazilian restaurant in South Korea and its pretty ...

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  • 9


    40 reviews

    Hongdae is an amazing place to party or bar hop. The Shamrock and Roll is an irish pub run by locals with some amazing Irish and English food (Bangers and Mash, Fish and Chips, Blood Pudding) and its a food spot to relax before or after partying. HONGDAE IS THE BEST PARTY SPOT FOR COLLEGED AGED PEOPLE WHO LOVE THE ...

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  • 10

    namsan park

    3 reviews

    Special place for couples to place a love lock here.

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  • 11

    Namsan Park

    6 reviews

    This park, situated right in the center of Seoul, is the largest park in Seoul and is most famous for having the iconic N Seoul Tower perched atop it. Most visitors choose to head straight to the tower- either via the cable car or the Namsan buses- and skip the park altogether. But for those looking for a bit of ...

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  • 12

    성산일출봉 (Sunrise Peak)

    5 reviews

    Nice hike up and down Seongsan Sunrise Peak. If it weren't so crowded with tourists, I'd want to hike here everyday.

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  • 13


    3 reviews

    The beautiful island of SouthKorea, the Udo. Udo to go on a boat in the Jeju island. Especially, jejuolle is recommended of Udo in Jeju island.

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  • 14

    Bukhansan National Park

    7 reviews

    Very few cities can boast of a national park just a short bus or subway ride away from the city. Bukhansan is a beautiful, easy access place to hike. The downside of this is that you will not be alone. It’s better to avoid the weekends and public holidays if at all possible. There’s a huge variety of hikes, ranging ...

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  • 15

    Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market

    6 reviews

    About every type of seafood you can imagine. A wonderful experience worth going too!

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  • 16

    Mount Inwang

    2 reviews

    A popular walk and a steeper hike, but with rewarding views of the palaces and president’s home. I often combine it with a palace visit or some lunch in the tiny alleyways of Insa-dong. There are many routes to access it but I take village bus 8 from Gwanghaman Exit 4 and it drops you at the start.

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  • 17

    Seoul World Cup Stadium

    7 reviews

    Don't be fooled into thinking it's only for football fans, there's lots to do here. Climb up to the Sky park; built on an old land-fill sight, this makes it a uniquely flat-topped hill, with a 360 degree view of Seoul. In the Autumn, it is covered in fields of flowers and all year round it’s lined with pagoda’s- the ...

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  • 18


    59 reviews

    A place for us to see and buy crafts and art souvenir

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  • 19

    Gyeongbokgung Palace

    64 reviews

    Hands down, my favourite place in Seoul. Geyongbok palace is the nicest place to see the royal life of the old days. You can see the skyline over the roof of the palace, and it gives an interesting feeling. You are literally in the middle of the royal palace, in one of the biggest and the modernest cities in the ...

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  • 20

    Myeong-dong Street

    92 reviews

    One of Seoul's biggest shopping meccas. During your shopping trip, you can people watch from one of the many cafes or eat one of the trendy (but always tasty - you can't find bad food in Korea, unless you go to a "American" or "Western" one) restaurants.

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