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10 Amazing Things To Do In Seoul, South Korea

It's really a beautiful city and I love the culture of Seoul, Korea

My favorite distance run is through bukchon hills and around the major temples.

Seoul, South Korea. If you never been i suggest you visit once in your life. Everything from the language, Customs, and Traditions are awesome. The people may seem rude on the streets the way they bump into you but its really crowded with over 50 million people in South Korea. The people are eager to learn and teach any and everything they can. I taught English and learned Korean as a hobby during my time there.

The people are eager to learn and teach any and everything they can. I taught English and learned Korean as a hobby during my time there.

Cheonggyecheon river in Seoul. This used to be a highway. Ancienne autoroute de Séoul, retirée pour laisser place à la rivière Cheonggyecheon. http://www.urbanews.fr/2014/02/11/39781-seoul-se-separe-de-sa-premiere-autoroute-urbaine/

Cheonggyecheon river in Seoul.** Former Seoul highway, withdrawn to make way for the Cheonggyecheon River.

Insadong, Seoul  (Traditional Market Place) Must see - must-see for the Seoul tourist. It’ll be your one stop shop for cool Korean stuff from long ago (i.e. tea houses, Korean antiques, Korean fans, etc.). And although it is a tourist mecca, rest assured that even local Koreans hang out here for the cool cafes, museums and food!  Gyeongbukgung Palace and the Bukchon Hanok village - nearby. http://migrationology.com/2012/05/25-things-to-do-in-seoul-south-korea/ DONE

Insadong, Seoul (Traditional Market Place) Must see - must-see for the Seoul tourist. It’ll be your one stop shop for cool Korean stuff from long ago (i. tea houses, Korean antiques, Korean fans, e (Cool Places To See)

I actually visited Gyeongbok Palace (경복궁) and never saw these parts, so I obviously didn't explore well enough! Will have to go back next time.

The Spirit's Bridge Hwangwonjeong, Gyeongbokgung, Korea** I actually visited Gyeongbok Palace (경복궁) and never saw these parts, so I obviously didn't explore well enough! Will have to go back next time.

South Korean Flag love the meaning behind it. I've also heard that the short and long lines along with representing the elements also represent the strong protecting the weak and the weak protecting the strong. Like the taegeuk, its all about BALANCE.

South Korean Flag love the meaning behind it. I've also heard that the short and long lines along with representing the elements also represent the strong protecting the weak and the weak protecting the strong. Like the taegeuk, its all about BALANCE.

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