Seoul is HUGE. There is some much to do in the Seoul region. There is night life, eating, eating, and more eating. Then there is the night life. Seems like Koreans like to eat and drink. Especially in Seoul. I am not a party goer, there are definitely other things to do in Seoul. There is a lot of shopping....more
Being a complete technology geek, I fell in love with this place. Korea is the second largest consumer of electronics in the world, their neighbors being number one. I can see how. Electronics in Korea are cheap. I bought some upgrades for my Macbook Pro here for a fraction of what I would have paid in...more
A great place to just explore and go shopping. It was like a bizarre in India. The streets were packed with vendors... and even more importantly amazing street food. You can literally get lost in the maze there.
SHOP SHOP SHOP your heart out. Nandeamon is a great place to do some shopping. It is just alley ways and alley ways of stands where people are selling their wares. Between the alleys you will eventually find door ways to buildings with sectioned areas of sellers. If you want to find something. You can...more
Amazing. Totally built for tourists, but I really enjoyed it here. Saw some great feats occur here. The dancers here were amazing and the performance of from the tightrope and seesaw jumpers were great. Some great photo opportunities here. The village is great to visit too if you are into stuff like...more
I learned so much about Korea at this Museum. This place opened up my eyes and allowed me to see more of Korea that I never knew, from their pivotal roll in history to the fight during the Korean War. I would recommend this place for families and anyone who is just curious....more
I am not much of a shopper, but this is the place to be if you are into shopping. This area has alleys and alleys of shop keepers selling almost anything you need. If there is street that you want, there is not shortage of it here. Street food is one of my favorite reasons. Here is a hint, don't go to...more
It is a moden museum with a lot of artists from Korean as well as foreign artists. The place is large but can visited easily in one day. It can be accessed easily from the Seoul Metro and has a bus that takes you to the entrance.
I heard about Itaewon and was so ready go there. Then when I got there, I was disappointed. Itaewon is a nightlife with a lot of bars and food. The issue is that it is a lot of chain foods. Mostly foreign foods like Hafbrauhaus, a chain restaurant from Germany or Hard Rock Cafe. It makes sense since it is...more