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Night Shopping Tour in Seoul
"You will start your night shopping tour when you are picked up at your hotel and go to the Myeongdong Fashion Street. The Myeongdong Fashion Street is one of the busiest places in Seoul and is among Korea’s premier shopping destinations. Over 1 million s Myeong-dong market has been a witness to Korea’s tumultuous modern-day history as a center of city politics economy and culture.After seeing the Myeongdong area you will check out the Dongdaemun Doota Shopping Mall which is a fashion mall full of trendy fashion items. There are 540 stores throughout the 8-story building including designer shops select shops
From $90.00
 
Korean Demilitarized Zone and Dragon Hill Spa Tour
"Hotel pickup for this tour will be at 8 or 8:40am in Seoul. From there you will head to Imjingak Pavilion located at 50km northwest of Seoul. This pavillion was built for 5 million people who had lost their homes. Major facilities include the North Hall where you can get a view of the North Korean lifestyle.After the Imjingak you will head to the DMZ a demilitarized zone formed after the Korean War between South and North Korea. It is 2km wide in the North and 4km wide in the South based on the truce line crossing the Korean Peninsula. Visitors can see that the DMZ area’s ecosystem has been preserved you will go to the third infiltration tunnel which was discovered in October 1978. This tour will show you through the 3rd underground tunnel that North Korea which has been continuously provoking the South since the armistice
From $160.00
 
Seoul History and Culture Small-Group Tour
"Experience both the urban modernity and historic traces of Seoul on a three-hour walking tour. Meet your local guide and head to Bukchon Hanok village a residential area dating back to the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897). The village is lined with hundreds of hanoks (traditional Korean houses). Walk along the quiet alleys and admire the latticed windows and patterned brick walls. Today many of these hanoks operate as cultural centers restaurants and tea houses providing an opportunity to become immersed in traditional Korean culture.Next visit the Tteok Museum a unique museum detailing the history
From $52.00

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Between the hotel were we are staying (Picasso Hotel) and the beach, along Donggul-ro, there are plenty of food outlet/restaurant that serves many variety of food.We spotted Ginseng Chicken Soup...
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walterwu
Oct 10, 2015

Grilled Seafood Restaurant

Beside our hotel (Picasso Hotel) in Donghae is a restaurant that serves Lobsters and Grilled Eel as it signature food.We were there early evening and communicate using the menu courses poster on the...
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walterwu
Oct 10, 2015

Korean Restaurant

Not far from Cheongok Limestone Cave, there is a restaurant that serve Beef Bone Soup amongst other local food. The menu is in Korean and we let the waitress select on our behalf from the menu. Beef...
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walterwu
Oct 09, 2015

Traditional Korean Food - Kimchi

Kimchi is a traditional food of Korea. It is a fermented product at low temparature to preserve the food. Kimchi was born since 7th century, fresh vegetables are pickled to prepare for long winter...
beachboy
Apr 04, 2011

Hot 'dog'!

Dog meat is one source of human food in Korea and there is a tiny portion of industry that produces dog meat for human consumption. The Korean consumption of dog meat is neither a daily practice or...
beachboy
Apr 04, 2011

many different ones

Kalbi, bulgogee, chicken bulgogee and sam gyup sal, are the most delicious meals i have ever eaten. korean food is fantastic.... they are all versions of do it yourself BBQ. i highly suggest you try...
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jessmorg
Apr 04, 2011
 
 
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Tani Nomadic Bistro Restaurant, Seoul

Tani Nomadic Bistro Restaurant, SeoulPrice: Dinner for two from around 140,000 won (£75.60)Opening hours: From 12pm-3pm for lunch, 6pm-2am for dinner and drinks I will add more information soon. I...
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Sep 17, 2010

Bonjuk

Think Korean restaurant and you automatically think about BBQ or some kind of spicy main dish. Korean cuisine has more to offer than that. And the perfect place to experience non spicy/meat dish is...
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paulvir
Aug 17, 2010

myeong-dong gyo-ja

Myeong-dong gyo-ja is already famous among Japanese. I guarantee you can found your favorite taste.Main food'kal noodle' is Korean traditional food. kal noodle is named beacause Kal means sword in...
fabulous36
May 29, 2010

Mr. Pizza

I thought I'd have trouble finding a lot of good pizza in South Korea, but that was far from the truth. I find there's even more pizza here than back home. Koreans love their pizza. Mr. Pizza is a...
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Arial_27
Apr 20, 2010

Smoothie King

Perfect drink for the beach... they have all kinds of smoothies here with different flavours and for different things (some to boost energy, for slimming down, etc.) They're pretty large and filling...
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Arial_27
Sep 06, 2009

Loving Hut

The slogan of this restaurant is "Be Veg. Go Green. Save the planet."The food in here is nothing short of delicious. There are a lot of asian type dishes, but also western food like veggie burgers,...
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Arial_27
Sep 06, 2009

Angel-in-us Coffee

This is a huge, and growing cafe chain in South Korea. You'll find several of them in large cities and some in smaller cities/towns as well. It is similar to a Starbucks and has most of the same types...
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Arial_27
Sep 03, 2009

TRY LOCAL KOREAN FOOD

try Bulgogi (Barbecued Beef) Yang Gobchang-gui (Broiled Beef Tripe and Chitterlings) Jangeo-gui (Broiled Eel) Galbi-gui (Broiled Short Ribs) Dak-gui (Grilled Chicken) Saengseon-gui (Grilled Fish)...
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hanspeter_W.
Aug 30, 2009

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Top Things to Do in South Korea

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Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung was the main palace of the Chosun Dynasty unil its destruction in 1592 by the Japanese. This made Changdeokgung the main palace until it was decided to restore Gyeongbikgung in 1868...
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Yongdusan Park

Aside from the lovely gardens, this place also has the iconic Busan Tower, a very charming Buddhist temple and other unique features like the huge heart where couples and lovers leave padlocks on the...
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Saemanguem Art Hall

I saw the musical with my friends from Japan, China, Philippines, Turkey so on... It was really great time !! what i want to say is Non-verbal performance so we don't need to afraid to watching it ...
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Yeongdong Market

Yeongdong Market is a busy traditional market located right next to Paldalmun, or the main southern gate, of Hwaseong. The market opened in 1917 and has undergone significant modernization efforts in...
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Ilchulbong Peak

Seongsan Ilchulbong is an extinct volcanic crater that one could climb and come down from within an hour. There is a concrete pathway and stairway to the top with 2 rest stops along the way. Once you...
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Bulguksa Temple

Visit the Bulguksa Temple, originally built in the 6. and 7. century and destroyed by the Japanese in 1593, then slowly rebuild. Go there with bus # 10 and 11, 1200 or 1500 Won, a bit over 1 hour...
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