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“Tour Course Information Walking Tour Course (3 hours 30 minutes) Anguk Station → Bukchon Culture Center → Gahoe-dong 11beonji → Hansangsu Embroidery Workshop → Gahoe Folk Drawing Shop → Bukchon Museum 'Old Fragrance' → Anguk-dong house of Yun Boseonga → Anguk Station ”
  • 72位当地人推荐
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“The Olympic Park is located in the city center, providing citizens with a rest area as well as renting facilities and venues for various games, large concerts and events. Gymnastics Stadium, fencing stadium, weightlifting stadium, swimming pool and tennis court, where 88 Olympic Games were held, are international in size and have multipurpose facilities, making them suitable for various sports, small and large-scale events and performances.”
  • 42位当地人推荐
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“한강은 낮도 좋지만 밤에 가면 참 좋아요~ 야경이 멋있고 편의점에서 컵라면 & 맥주까지 먹으면 GOOD~ The Han River is good during the day, but it is good to go there at night. The night view is wonderful and if you eat cup noodles and beer at convenience store, GOOD~”
  • 46位当地人推荐
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“one of hottest parks in Seoul! good for walking and running as well. close, clean and peaceful place during the day, but full of joyful things at night, especially for summer season!”
  • 31位当地人推荐
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“If you look for a relaxing time, I recommend you to go and walk in this park in Seongsu-dong. Lots of trendy cafe is next to the park, so you can have a nice time both inside the park and outside it. It is famous for 'Seoul Forest Jazz Festival' in Oct. So if you visit Seoul October, I strongly recommend you this place. ”
  • 37位当地人推荐
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“Hongdae is a neighborhood known for its youthful and romantic ambience, underground culture, and freedom of self-expression. Unique cafes, cozy galleries, accessory stores, fashion shops, live cafés and clubs, art markets, and gourmet eateries make this a popular hang-out for local youth and a fascinating place to walk around. These unique places plus the cultural events, street performances, and festivals held here make Hongdae an area that is always packed with people and excitement. Special streets such as ateliers’ street (lined with private institutions for art students preparing for university entrance exams), Picasso’s Street, and Club Street are also must-go places if you’re hoping to fully experience the Hongdae area.”
  • 16位当地人推荐
公园
“Naksan Park, located in Jongo-gu, is a great place to see the Seoul City Wall and take in views of downtown Seoul. The park is famous for the beauty of its nighttime views and the city wall. Seoul during the Joseon Dynasty was smaller than it is today. At the time, there were four mountains that were contained within the city limits, Naksan Mountain being one of them. Of the four mountains, Naksan was the smallest at just over 100m tall. The city wall that is along Naksan Mountain is divided by Hyehwamun Gate, Dongdaemun Gate, and Daehak-ro. If you like to hike, take the Seoul City Wall trail from Hyehwamun to Dongdaemun or vice versa. If you prefer an easier route, begin your walk at Daehak-ro. Additionally, the park has been used as a filming location for many Hallyu dramas due to its beautiful scenary. Walk the old city wall and take in the beatiful twinkling lights of Seoul at Naksan Park.”
  • 27位当地人推荐
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“This is where I have visited to walk since I was little. It has zoo, botanical garden, theme park and green grass. They usually have lots of activities indoor-outdoor for family. Recommend you for the morning walk to watch the local people starting a day with an exercising there. ”
  • 21位当地人推荐
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“It's the small mountain and it takes 30 minutes to go up and get to Seoul N Tower”
  • 9位当地人推荐
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“An artificial park created in the city center. The reed fields are superb in autumn. Best for a walk or picnic. Can make the best photos in beautiful nature.”
  • 15位当地人推荐
广场
“Riding Bicycle in the park. There's also a market and food trucks every Fri and Sat. You also can try order chicken and beer and have them on the lawn grass. You can check out flea market and food trucks every Friday&Saturday night in this park. ”
  • 18位当地人推荐
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“Cheonggyecheon is a 10.9 km stream long, modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul. After opening in 2005, has become popular among city residents and tourists.”
  • 25位当地人推荐
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“In the 1970s, an elevated road was built to connect the eastern and western sides around Seoul Station. However, the road was closed to road traffic due to safety issues. After this, rather than tearing down the existing structure, the road was transformed into Seoullo 7017, a new pedestrian walking experience. Seoullo 7017 gets its name from its years of new life, from being a traffic road in the 70s to a sky garden in 2017. The "17" also has a deeper meaning, with Seoullo 7017 being divided into 17 unique sections, and the road being located 17 meters above the ground. There are a variety of facilities along Seoullo 7017, including an information center, cafes, gardens, and stages. Seoullo 7017 itself is open all day, every day for visitors to enjoy at their leisure. If you would like a guided tour, be sure to sign up for the guided walking tour through the official Visit Seoul website”
  • 16位当地人推荐
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“'A New Hot Spot' There is a forest that passes straight through the city in Yeonnam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul. This forest is called the Gyeongui Line Forest, also known as “Yeontral Park” for its similarity to New York’s Central Park. Although it was once an abandoned railroad track and considered a nuisance, it is now a new hot spot in Seoul and a rest area for residents with popular restaurants and various things to see nearby. Courses Gyeongui Line Book Street – Gyeongui Line Forest Park – Yeonnam Salon – Dongnam Bangatgan Where books’ imaginations come alive Gyeongui Line Book Street The Gyeongui Line Book Street that sits near Exit 6 of the Hongik Univ. Station (Seoul Gyeongui Line) is a cultural literary space that exhibits the past, present, and future of books. It opened in October 2016, receiving 110,000 visitors so far, and spotlighted as a rising hot spot in Hongdae. The Book Street connects Exit 6 of Hongik Univ. Station (Gyeongui Line) to Waugyo Bridge, and bookstores run by publishing companies are lined up like train compartments. The train booths welcome visitors under the concepts of a literature walk, humanities walk, culture walk, children’s walk, travel walk, and more. Book exhibitions, sales, and signings are often held along the Book Street. This is the perfect place to cool off and relax during a stroll in the city. An amazing reincarnation of abandoned urban railroad tracks Gyeongui Line Forest Park The rusty railroad tracks that made the neighborhood appear to be in ruins and the construction wall that blocked views of the park for a long time were removed and replaced with green grass and trees. The area near Hongik University then began to be called, “Yeontral Park” alluding to New York’s Central Park, and started to become a charming place of rest and hanging out for both residents and visitors. The area around the park is lined with artists’ shops. There are more small cafes and trendy shops in Yeonnam-dong than large franchises, which add to the fun of discovering tasty restaurants amid the deep alleyways. When the sun sets and night comes around, people sit around the Gyeongui Line Forest Park to enjoy beer and busking performances as another way of appreciating Yeonnam-dong. Meeting Seoul’s new-tro past through Yeonnam Salon Throughout the cozy space of this homely coffee shop in Yeonnam-dong are small props and bundles of comic books that remind customers of a comic book store. The desks and bookshelves in the shop make the dessert café look like a neighborhood library. It may be difficult for a large group to visit the café due to its small size. In the summer, milk ice is used to make the light and savory “Assam Milk Tea Bingsu(shaved ice)” and the strong matcha-flavored “Matcha Pudding.” These popular menu items are so popular that they tend to sell out by early evening. The café also offers toast, soup, baked rice cakes, and plenty of other desserts. The café sells cocktails and beer in addition to coffee, making it the perfect destination for a day drink on a date. A special enjoyment on the streets of the hot summer nights Dongnam Bangatgan Before Yeonnam-dong became the new hot spot, a small and run-down mill was recreated into a vintage and mysterious space. The old Korean sign of the cheese and wine bar is charming with well-matching vintage furniture and decorations. The wine bar has a “new-tro” vintage atmosphere similar to that of Eulji-ro, another place that has recently become popular in Seoul, while maintaining the classic touch of Yeonnam-dong. Their main menu items are introduced periodically with recommendations of cheese and wine pairings. There is a variety of cheese types with wine that complements the flavors, and customers should remember that wine is only sold here by the bottle. A second branch opened in Dosan Park in Apgujeong following its quick leap to popularity in the recent years.”
  • 18位当地人推荐
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“In my opinion, the best place to hike in Seoul and get multiple great views. The wall is ancient and really historic.”
  • 12位当地人推荐
美发/理发店
“It's the Han River that crosses the center of Seoul. Seoul's largest river is the most visited rest area by residents in Seoul. It's a place where you can relax and eat chicken or beer while looking at the wide grass and the cool river.”
  • 21位当地人推荐