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Korea University, Seoul

Korea University, Seoul

Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

Korea University, Seoul, South Korea

서울특별시 (Seoul)

서울특별시 (Seoul)

8-must-see-neighborhoods-in-Seoul Hongdae: For Trendsetters  Hongdae is a hip & lively neighborhood with a thriving art, indie music scene located near 4 Korean universities: Hongik, Yonsei, Sogang, and Ewha. The neighborhood is full of boutique shops catering to college-aged shoppers, thriving nightclubs, music venues, and an array of themed cafes. Feeling brave?, visit Dr. Fish Cafe, to sip coffee and dip your feet in tubs of hungry, harmless fish that nibble away at your dead skin.

8 Must-See Neighborhoods in Seoul

8-must-see-neighborhoods-in-Seoul Hongdae: For Trendsetters Hongdae is a hip & lively neighborhood with a thriving art, indie music scene located near 4 Korean universities: Hongik, Yonsei, Sogang, and Ewha. The neighborhood is full of boutique shops catering to college-aged shoppers, thriving nightclubs, music venues, and an array of themed cafes. Feeling brave?, visit Dr. Fish Cafe, to sip coffee and dip your feet in tubs of hungry, harmless fish that nibble away at your dead skin.

Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea - 인생 사랑 웃음

Itaewon, Seoul, South Korea - 인생 사랑 웃음

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Things to do & places to stay in Seoul, South Korea

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Seoul by Kevin Wang

Seoul by Kevin Wang

Bukchon Hanok Village (South Korea). 'In a city at the cutting edge of 21st-century technology, where apartment living is the norm, this neighbourhood stands as a testament to an age of craftsmanship when Seoulites lived in one-storey wooden hanok, complete with graceful tiled roofs and internal courtyard gardens.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/south-korea/seoul/sights/culture/bukchon-culture-centre

Bukchon Hanok Village (South Korea). 'In a city at the cutting edge of 21st-century technology, where apartment living is the norm, this neighbourhood stands as a testament to an age of craftsmanship when Seoulites lived in one-storey wooden hanok, complete with graceful tiled roofs and internal courtyard gardens.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/south-korea/seoul/sights/culture/bukchon-culture-centre

Seoul, the capital of the Joseon Dynasty, was protected by a long stone wall with eight gates, two of which, Sungnyemun (Namdaemun or South Gate) and Heunginjimun (Dongdaemun or East Gate), can still be seen today. The first, literally “Gate of Exalted Ceremonies,” is famous for being the Korean National Treasure No. 1, while the second, Heunginjimun, is the only one of the eight fortress gates protected by a semicircular gateguard wall.

Seoul, the capital of the Joseon Dynasty, was protected by a long stone wall with eight gates, two of which, Sungnyemun (Namdaemun or South Gate) and Heunginjimun (Dongdaemun or East Gate), can still be seen today. The first, literally “Gate of Exalted Ceremonies,” is famous for being the Korean National Treasure No. 1, while the second, Heunginjimun, is the only one of the eight fortress gates protected by a semicircular gateguard wall.

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