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Trendy- and technology-forward but significantly traditional at the same time, this energetic city consists of palaces, state-of-the-art design and climbing trails, all to a bouncy K-Pop beat. The favor of the well-landscaped parks alongside the Cheong-gye stream and the Han River has spurred on the creation of more green spaces and cycle routes. Enjoy Seoulites in chic boutiques and drinking at cool cafes and jovial bars.
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Well-known as the 'Northern Palace', Gyeongbokgung is the biggest and most popular of the five palaces. You might miss the originality with a tour at an ordinary destination, one must remember that the 1395 erection is also one of the most signature of the Joseon Dynasty.
N Seoul Tower & Namsan
While simply sitting on a bench nearby the door, a little hike up the trail provides peace and comfort. Take a deep breath as being away from the crowds as possible before enjoying your picnic refreshment. Burn some extra calories on a walk around the vehicle-free Namsan trail.
Gangnam has popped up the representative of Korean tourism after Psy’s song “Gangnam Style” went globally viral! Gangnam literally means ‘Southside of the River’ in Korean, and is the area that lies along the Han River. Named as the most fancy and splendid place in all of Seoul, Gangnam has almost become a word like fashion and trends.
Itaewon, avoided by locals due to infamous for a squalid and slum-ish area in the past, it has completely transformed into a hip place where locals and tourists alike can enjoy the freedoms. You’ll surely pay a visit or two to Itaewon to try out its unique and festive vibe.
Seoul, Shoppers’ heaven, is truly a city full of shopping 24/7. Shopping in Seoul has to be on the top of most tourists to do lists during your stay in Korea. From massive shopping malls with global chains to small cute boutiques, Seoul has got you covered.