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It is the capital and largest metropolis of the Republic of Korea (commonly known as South Korea). Its current name originated from the Korean word meaning "capital city". Seoul is considered a leading and rising global city. It is the world's most wired city and ranked first in technology readiness. Fashion- and technology-forward but also deeply traditional, this dynamic city mashes up temples, palaces, cutting-edge design and mountain trails, all to a nonstop K-Pop beat.

Gaze down on this sprawling metropolis of around 10 million people from atop any of Seoul’s four guardian mountains and you’ll sense the powerful pungsu-jiri (fengshui) that has long nurtured and protected the city. History clings tenaciously to the ‘Miracle on the Han’, a phoenix arisen from the ashes of the Korean War just over 60 years ago. So while Seoul has its eye clearly on the future, you'll also encounter fascinating fragments of the past in World Heritage–listed sites such as Jongmyo shrine, the alleys between the graceful hanok (traditional wooden homes) that cluster in Bukchon, and striding along the magnificent city walls.

Whatever you want, at any time of day or night, Seoul can provide. An early morning temple visit can lead to a palace tour followed by tea sipping in Bukchon and gallery-hopping in Samcheong-dong. Soju (a vodka-like drink) and snacks in a street tent bar will fuel you for shopping at the buzzing Dongdaemun or Namdaemun night markets, partying in Hongdae or Itaewon, or playing online games at a PC bang. Follow this with steaming, soaking and snoozing in a jjimjil-bang (sauna and spa). By the time you look at your watch, it will be dawn again.

National Museum of Korea- The National Museum of Korea is the flagship museum of Korean history and art in South Korea and is the cultural organization that represents Korea. This museum seeks to be a catalyst for dialogue between regions, nations, cultures and academia and not just serve as a window to the past and present.

2-            National Folk Museum of Korea - The National Folk Museum of Korea is a museum that represents daily life and culture of Korea, which is visited by more than 2 million people every year. They provide educational and cultural opportunities to better understand and experience the traditional Korean lifestyle.

3-            War Memorial of Korea - The War Memorial of Korea exhibits and preserves materials related to the Korean War and serves as a national moral educational venue. It was established to commemorate the noble sacrifice of patriotic martyrs. The museum houses approximately 33,000 artifacts, about 10,000 on display at indoor and outside exhibition halls. There are six separate indoor halls, including Expeditionary Forces Room, Patriotic Memorial Room, War History Room, 6·25 Korean War Room, Development Hall and Large Machinery Room. The outdoor exhibition hall showcases large-sized weapons.

4-            National Palace Museum - National Palace Museum of Korea houses over 40,000 artifacts and royal treasures, from the palaces of the Joseon Dynasty and the Korean Empire, of which 14 are National Treasures of South Korea. It displays records, state rites, architecture, clothing, royal life, education, culture, paintings and music of the dynasty’s ruling era. It also has among its collection the royal seal of King Gojong of Joseon, which was used for his personal letters to Russian czar and Italian emperor after 1903. It disappeared during Japanese rule and was re-covered from a US-based Korean collector in 2009. The National Palace Museum of Korea is specialized for the Joseon royal and Korean imperial court artifacts where it promotes and preserves the culture of the Joseon Royal and Korean imperial court by collecting, conserving, researching and exhibiting the related relics.

5-            Changdeokgung Palace - It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the most well preserved royal palaces from the Joseon Dynasty. This is where the kings and ministers discussed state affairs to effectively reign over the people, and where the royal family resided. It is regarded as a masterpiece of Korean palace architecture where the buildings are in perfect harmony with the nature.

6-            Jogyesa Temple - ogyesa is the chief temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism. Jogyesa Temple's features a mix of traditional temple and palace architecture. An ancient white pine tree is located within the temple grounds.

7-            Gwanghwamun Gate - Gwanghwamun Gate is the main and largest gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace. Roughly meaning “may the light of enlightenment blanket the world,” the name symbolizes the resounding dedication that the people of the Joseon Dynasty had in creating a new dynasty. Constructed solely out of granite, its center is an entrance that resembles a rainbow, called Hongyemun. Above that is a gate tower.

  1. Lotte World - Lotte World is a major recreation complex. It consists of the world's largest indoor theme park (a Guinness World Record), an outdoor amusement park called "Magic Island", an artificial island inside a lake linked by monorail, shopping malls, a luxury hotel, a Korean folk museum, sports facilities, and movie theaters.
  2. Seoul Children’s Grand Park - Little zoo, botanical garden, playgrounds and amusement park all in one – Children’s Grand Park Seoul is the ultimate leisure place for kids and families.
  3. Seoul Forest - In the past the forest had been a royal hunting ground for kings and served as a military inspection facility. But, in more recent decades the area has served a wide variety of functions. Ttukseom initially served as a water-treatment facility, and later as a golf course, horse racing track, and eventually a sports park. Seoul Forest is an eco-friendly zone appreciated not only by the people of the city but also those visiting Seoul.
  4. Olympic Park -The Olympic Park is a venue of civic sports, culture, and leisure where the spirit of the 1988 Seoul Olympics continues to live on. The venue is not only great for various competitions & concert events, but also serves as ideal locations for commercial films and movies with its beautiful background scenery.

13           Hyochang Park - It was originally the cemetery of royal noble consort Ui of the Seong clan. The Japanese Empire developed Hyochangwon into a park.

14-          N Seoul Tower - It is a communication and observation tower. The N Seoul Tower is Korea's first general radio wave tower, providing TV and radio broadcasting in Seoul. Currently, the tower broadcasts signals for Korean media outlets, such as KBS, MBC and SBS. At 236m, it marks the highest point in Seoul.

15-          Gyeongbokgung - It was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. The Palace was named Gyeongbokgung Palace, the "Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven." This is one of the South Korean's landmark.

16-          COEX Mall - COEX Mall, containing COnvention centers, EXhibition halls and many malls, is an underground shopping mall. Along with hundreds of shops, the mall houses two food courts, Megabox (movie theatres), COEX Aquarium and a large bookstore. It features a game area that is used to film computer game tournaments, which are broadcast on local television. There are stages inside and outside the mall for seasonal events and public appearances by celebrities.

17-          Bongeunsa - Bongeunsa is a Buddhist temple. The term Bongeunsa means the act of honoring the king. The temple is a notable tourist destination, offering "Temple Stay Program" in which visitors can lead the life of a monk for a few hours.

18-          Seoul Arts Center - It is an arts complex which consists of five main buildings: the Opera House, with three auditoriums; the Music Hall, with two concert halls; the HangaramArt Museum; the Hangaram Design Museum; and the Seoul Calligraphy Art Museum. The center is home to the Korea National Ballet, the Korea National Opera, the Korean Symphony Orchestra, the Korea National Contemporary Dance Company and the National Chorus of Korea.

19-          National Library Of Korea - It houses over 10 million volumes, including over 1,134,000 foreign books and some of the National Treasures of South Korea. The National Library of Korea strongly believes that knowledge and information is one of the most significant resources for national development.

  1. Coex Aquarium - The COEX Aquarium is one of South Korea's largest Aquariums with over 40,000 creatures from over 650 species on display. Each exhibit features a dedicated aquarium tank where visitors can view species of fish indigenous to the theme location. In addition to fish, other local animals are included in the exhibit such as birds, otters, and appropriate vegetation is also included in each exhibit.

Bamboo House Restaurant - Address: 658-10 Yeoksam-dong,Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Tel: +82 2-566-0870

Bamboo House has a cozy, quiet atmosphere. Classical music and a fancy decor add to the dining experience in this meat barbecue restaurant. One popular dish on their menu is their cognac sirloin. Although they are best-known for their Korean barbecue, you can also order an elaborate full-course hanjeongsik (Korean table d'hôte) meal. They offer a variety of wines, as well as soju and beer. Service is available in both English and Japanese.

2-            Elbon the Table - Address: 530-5 Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-547-4100

Part of a hip fashion, food and party concept store in downtown Seoul, Elbon the Table fuses Western and Korean cuisines into innovative dishes. Housed in a cool grey, box-like building, the sleek dining room befits the owner's celebrity status with a stripped back industrial-chic interior and long bar and open kitchen where Seoul's cool crowd like to be seen. A fun roof-top garden can be hired out for parties.

3-            Bicena - Address: 267, Itaewon-ro, Yongsan-gu | 2F, Seoul 04348, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-749-6795

At Bicena, they do not want to be remembered for a few signature dishes but rather to be remembered for authentic Korean food well prepared with the best ingredients the season has to offer.

4-            Korea House - Address: 10, Toegye-ro 36gagil, Jung-gu, Seoul, 04626, Korea

Tel: + 82-2-2266-9101

It is a traditional Korean building that introduces the culture and lifestyle of Koreans, where you can experience traditional architecture and a classical atmosphere. The building was built in the style of the Joseon Dynasty's Jagyeong-jeon building at the Gyeongbok Palace. It is the only building built in the traditional architectural style. You will feel its antiquity as you enter the building. At Haerin-gwan, you can enjoy traditional music at Garak-dang and try traditional food at Sohwa-dang.

5-            Mikkeller Seoul - Address: 33, Dosan-daero 17-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 70-4231-4723

In a country where the craft beer scene is picking up quickly yet diversity of beer styles hard to come by, Mikkeller Bar Seoul is a sigh of relief for many. All beers poured at the bar is strictly cold chained from the breweries to the bar ensuring the freshest quality, even for beers from the other side of the world. Mikkeller Bar Seoul offers 30 different beers on tap from Mikkeller and other selected breweries around the world.

6-            Club MUTE - Address: 26, Itaewon-ro 27ga-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-796-6853

Since it’s opening, club MUTE has invited many international and local artists in various genre of music from house to techno, providing the diversity of clubbing experiences in fine quality, attracting both underground and commercial clubbers.

7-            J.J. Mahoney’s - Address: Grand Hyatt Seoul, 322 Sowol-ro, Hannam-dong,Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea. Tel: +82 2-799-8601

JJ's is one of the most consistently popular places in the city. The atmosphere won't appeal to everyone, but if you like to splash the cash, this is the place to do it. There is a dress code, so remember to dress up.

8-            Club Arena - Address: 3F Munhwa building, Nonhyun-Ro 552,Gangnam-Gu, Seoul, South Korea. Tel: +82-2-6319-6947 / +82-10-8541-1278E-mail: [email protected]

Arena Club has quickly cemented a reputation for having some of the best parties in the city. It has a focus on electro and progressive house. The club also often has models and dancers brought in to liven things up.

Seoul features one of the world's most advanced transportation infrastructures that is constantly under expansion.

1- The BUS system - is operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government (S.M.G.), with four primary bus configurations available serving most of the city. Seoul has many large intercity/express bus terminals. These buses connect Seoul with cities throughout South Korea. The Seoul Express Bus Terminal, Central City Terminal and Seoul Nambu Terminal are located in the district of Seocho District. In addition, East Seoul Bus Terminal in Gwangjin District and Sangbong Terminal in Jungnang District operate in the east of the city.

2- The SUBWAY - Seoul has a comprehensive urban railway network that interconnects every district of the city and the surrounding areas. With more than 8 million passengers per day, Seoul has one of the busiest subway systems in the world. The Seoul Metropolitan Subway has 19 total lines which serve Seoul, Incheon, Gyeonggi province, western Gangwon province, and northern Chungnam province. In addition, in order to cope with the various modes of transport, Seoul's metropolitan government employs several mathematicians to coordinate the subway, bus, and traffic schedules into one timetable. Korail, Seoul Metro, Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation, NeoTrans Co. Ltd., AREX, and Seoul Metro Line 9 Corporation run the various lines.

1-            National Museum of Korea

Address: 137 Seobinggo-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, 04383, Republic of Korea

Tel: +82 2-2077-9000

2-            National Folk Museum of Korea

Address: 37 Samcheong-ro, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-3704-3114

E-mail: [email protected]

3-            War Memorial of Korea

Address: 29, Itaewon-ro,Yongsan-gu,Seoul, 04353, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-709-3139

4-            National Palace Museum

Address: Hyojaro 12, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03045, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-3701-7500

5-            Changdeokgung Palace

Address: 03072 Yulgok-ro 99 Jongo-gu, Seoul Republic of Korea

Tel: +82 2-3668-2300

6-            Jogyesa Temple

Address: 55 Ujeongguk-ro, Gyeonji-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-768-8600

7-            Lotte World

Address: HotelLotteLotteworld, 240 Olympic-roSongpa-Gu, Seoul, Korea

Tel: +82-2-1661-2000

8-            Seoul Forest

Address: 273 Ttukseom-ro, Seongsu 1(il)-ga 1(il)-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-460-2905

9-            Olympic Park

Address: 424 Olympic-ro, Bangi-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-410-1114

10-          Hyochang Park

Address: 177-18 Hyochangwon-ro, Hyochang-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-712-3043

11-          Coex Aquarium

Address: 513 Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-6002-6200

E-mail: [email protected]

12-          N Seoul Tower

Address: 105 Namsangongwon-gil, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-3455-9277

13-          Gyeongbokgung

Address: 161 Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul, 110-820, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-3700-3900

E-mail: [email protected]

14-          Bongeunsa

Address: 531 Bongeunsa-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Tel: +82 2-3218-4800

15-          Seoul Arts Center

Address: Seoul Arts Center, Nambusunhwanro 2406, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel: + 82-2-580-1300

E-mail: [email protected]

16-          National Library Of Korea

Address: 201 Bandpodaero (Banpo-Dong), Seocho-Gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Tel: + 82-02-535-4142

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