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  • Concerts in Seoul PlazaSeoul travel tips
    We had the most amazing night at my first Concert in Seoul Plaza at the beginning of the month. Every year since 2007, the plaza, based on preserving art and culture, has organized concerts free of charge. Several performers step up and [...]
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  • Gyeongbokgung PalaceSeoul travel tips
    One of the national landmarks of the city, the Gyeongbokgung Palace is a very old building , home of the royal families of Korea. The whole palace was built in traditional Asian style with beautiful terraces and roofs, walls. And though [...]
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  • Bukchon Hanok VillageSeoul travel tips
    To see and 'experience' some of the traditional side of Seoul a visit to the Bukchon Hanok Village is a worthwhile thing. There are several old, traditionally Asian houses, called hanok, which you can enter (not every one of them) [...]
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  • Sadong Myeonok RestaurantSeoul travel tips
    This cozy little restaurant is a bit hidden, but once you found it, you will not want to go away, or you will definitely come back. I loved all about Sadong Myeonok. They have the most largest manduguk (rice dumpling) you'll ever eat [...]
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  • Insa-dong StreetSeoul travel tips
    Seoul's cultural scene, the Insa-dong Street, in the heart of the city is full of handicraft, antique and artwork shops. A true Mecca for visitors. There are also several traditional cafe and tea shops where visitors can spend a few [...]
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  • Folk Village Museum near SeoulSeoul travel tips
    We fell asleep while we traveled by bus to the Korean Folk Village and we got down from the bus it was like we went back in time several hundred or thousand years. They managed to recreate buildings and surrounding so perfectly, you felt [...]
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  • Migabon RestaurantSeoul travel tips
    A simple, little cozy place, with a traditional aspect, the Migabon restaurant is heaven of good Korean food and fast service. Even if you have to wait a bit in a queue, the time is worth it, because 1. you don't have to wait THAT long [...]
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  • Myeong-dong Shopping AreaSeoul travel tips
    Seoul's most trendy and popular shopping area, Myeoing-dong is an attarction in itself. Full of all kinds of shops ranging from big brand-chains to traditional Korean souvenir shops, the street is a shopping-mecca for visitors. At [...]
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  • National Museum of KoreaSeoul travel tips
    History, art and culture; that is what museums are all about. For an understanding of Korea and its background the National Museum of Korea is definitely the best. It offers various kinds of information on both history and culture and has [...]
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  • Leeum Samsung Museum of ArtSeoul travel tips
    Housed in three buildings, the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art is not just an architectural jewel but a unique gem of culture and art in the busy city of Seoul. Exploring the permanent exhibitions enables you to have a glimpse on the evolution [...]
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Area: 605.25 sq Km Population: 11 million Languages spoken: Korean Monetary unit: WonArchitectural Heritage The ancient temples and palaces of Seoul speak of the past of the city. One of the most remarkable monuments in the city is the Seoul Tower. Another architectural marvel is the Hwaseong Palace. The nearby Yongjusa Temple is another great piece of constructions from the older times.Infrastructure and economy Seoul was almost destroyed in the Korean War. The reconstruction of the city started in 1960. Efforts of the government came out to be fruitful and Seoul started moving on the path of economic development with quick steps. In 1988, [...]
 
 
 

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