Strange // Unique Things to do in Seoul! - "Known for its odd combinations and unique products, Seoul has no shortage of strange offerings to visitors and residents alike. The largest city in South Korea, Seoul melds Korean influences with foreign ones like no other city. These uniquely Korean takes on marketable ideas often produce puzzling, yet wonderful, results."
Eat, Shop and Relax in Seoul We just came back from a week spent in South Korea - between Seoul, the 2018 Winter Olympic host and Jeju Island, here's a guide to our favorites... B uddhist temples meet designer boutiques - as South Korea's largest city, Seoul certainly has a claim on being one of the financial and [...]
1 Anguk (Changdeokgung) (Autumn) – One of five former royal residences in downtown Seoul, Changdeok Palace is renowned for the way its structures balance with the natural landscape, a signature of traditional Korean architecture. After decades of development, the city is once again looking for ways to harmonise nature and urban living.
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