Seoul Things to Do

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  • 51. Phoenix Park Ski Resort

    Phoenix Park is the main location of TV drama 'Endless Love'. Phoenix Park has varied facilities such as ski resort with 12 slopes, golf club, condo, and hotel. You can find fast food restaurants,...

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  • 52. Grand Park - Zoo

    You can get to this green and mountainous area just outside of Seoul easily on the blue subway line. The park is a welcome change from inner city Seoul and has plenty to keep the whlole family...

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  • 53. Seoul Nori Madong Theater

    The Seoul Nori Madang Theater has performances by traditional Korean dancers, drummers, and singers on an outdoor stage in Seokchon-hosu Lake Park. The performances are held April through October, on...

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  • 54. Wongudan Altar

    The Wongudan Altar (원구단), buried behind the Westin Chosen Hotel, was used by Korean Kings and emperors to make offers to the gods for good harvests. King Seongjong (reign 981–997)...

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  • 55. Bongeun - Sa Buddhist Temple

    Just a little bit of a walk from COEX is this temple. It seems incredibly out of place for the area it is in, but is typical Korea of in many respects. It is a temple for the Zen sect of Buddhism...

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  • 56. Korean Museum of Buddhist Art

    Korean Buddhist sculpture is one of the major areas of Korean art. Buddhism was transmitted to Korea via China in the late fourth century and inspired the production of temple architecture and...

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  • 57. Chogeysa Temple

    If you can be in Seoul for the lantern festival, I highly recommend that you spend a day checking it out. The festival is usually held the weekend before Buddah's birthday, a date that changes...

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  • 58. National Theater

    The National Theater of Korea located on Namsan, which is a central of the metropolitan city of Seoul founded in April 1950. It was not until the National Theater established on Namsan in 1973 that...

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  • 59. Seoul City Film Studio Complex

    Seoul studio complex is the Hollywood of Korea.. It's located about an hour outside of Seoul... It's famous for two sets mainly... The JSA Panmunjeum set and the traditional village set for Im Tae...

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  • 60. Gyeonghuigung Palace

    Completed in 1620, Gyeonghuigung (경희궁) was one of the five main Seoul Palaces. Known as the West Palace, Gyeonghuigung was constructed by King Gwanghaegun and became the detached...

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  • 61. Jongro - Jong Avenue

    Wander down Jongno and around the nearby area FFull of tall, often futuristic-looking office blocks (the building shown here is where my company's Seoul office is located), there's also a lot of life...

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  • 62. Bosingak - Bell Tower

    Bats in the belfry? Nope, they're just my bells, baby. Bosingak's belfry housed the Seoul city bell which was rung to open and close the city gates each day. It was originally built in 1396 at...

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  • 63. Sajik Park

    Sajik Park doesn't have much of interest besides the Sajikdan altars, which originated before Christ. Later, Korean King Taejo constructed a stone altar here in 1394 as a place to conduct ceremonies...

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