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Where to go Seoul
 
Where to go in Seoul, where to go in Korea and visit the best places in Seoul
 

Where to go in Seoul, Korea South and visit the best places in Seoul. Get inspired by attractive ideas and find tips here.

 
As a user of Event1001 you are looking for best ideas and city tips for your daytrip, convention, special events or a business trip in Seoul. Just have a look on this Where to go in Seoul page of Event1001 and maybe you will find new tips when you visit Seoul, Korea south.
 
Tip 1: Insa Dong: a ground zero if you are seeking traditional crafts and souvenirs with al lot of restaurants, tea shops and old style pubs with good food for good prices.
 
Tip 2: The National Museum of Korea: the largest museum in Asia with more than 150.000 pieces from the Paleolithic to the contemporary era.
 
Tip 3: Bukhansan National Park: for a nice walk or a hardcore hike the park is well signposted and routes are easy to discern. The park’s other major assets include the temple Hwagyesa, which is home to the Seoul International Zen Center, a major facility for English-language Buddhist studies.
 
Tip 4: Changdeokgung: World Heritage palace with traditional Korean architecture and garden design. Enter through the imposing gate Donh¬wamun, turn right and cross over the stone bridge note the guardian animals carved on its sides. On the left is the beautiful main palace building, Injeong¬jeon with a perfect size and design, elegant and colourful but also stately.
 
Tip 5: Spa Lei: a luxurious spa with excellent services in a stylish environment with stained wood, marble and rock with an antique touch. Hop from saltwater pool to ginseng, mineral and rose baths.
 
Tip 6: Yoo's Family: housed in a hanok, with practical demonstrations of Korean culture in a convenient location. A traditional tea ceremony, Korean cooking and dressing up in traditional clothing.
 
Tip 7: Meditation Arui Seon: bases in a hanok a traditional house which offers beginners and advanced meditation, breathing, stretching to de-stress, relax and improve your mind and body. The aim is to unlock gi or energy paths.
 
Tip 8: Meditation Arui Seon: bases in a hanok a traditional house which offers beginners and advanced meditation, breathing, stretching to de-stress, relax and improve your mind and body. The aim is to unlock gi or energy paths.
 
Tip 9: Han River Ferries: take a trip from Yeouido pier to any of the Han River ferry piers or take a one hour round trip back to Yeouido. The four other piers are at Yanghwa, Nanji, Ttukseom and Jamsil.
 
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