Seoul is all about its modern buildings, hi-tech subways and pop culture. Here’s a light of attractions you should make it a point to visit during your time there.
The name of this palace translates to “Palace of shining happiness”. The palace was destroyed due to the fire during the Japanese occupation from 1592 – 1598. All 7000 rooms in the palace were later restored. During your stay at any of the Myeongdong hotels, the likes of Travelodge Myeongdong Euljiro, do make sure you drop by!
This part of Seoul is all about fashion and skincare, also known as Seoul’s most prominent shopping district. There is no better place to go shopping as you’ll find anything and everything that you require.
Bukchon Hanok Village
This is where you’ll find the largest cluster of privately-owned tradition wooden homes known as hanok in Seoul. The residential area boasts almost 600 years of history.
The Gwangjang market was the very first permanent market in Korea that sells local delicacies, silk, satin and linen. If you’re looking for food, this is where you need to go!