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The N Seoul Tower, also called the Namsan Tower, marks the highest point in all of Seoul. The tower has consistently been ranked as the number one destination in Seoul, and continues to draw many visitors each year. Within the tower are four observation decks, a digital observatory, and a wishing pond. Surrounding the tower is the beautiful Namsan Park.
Myeong-dong literally translates to “bright town” in Korean. Located in the central district of Jung-gu, Myeong-dong is a thriving shopping district in Seoul. In recent years it has been considered one of the most notable shopping districts in the world and has been home to many festivals, fashion shows, and parades.
First constructed in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is a must-see historical landmark in Seoul. Of the five palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung is the largest. The palace has several gates, the largest of which is named Gwanghwamun. Located within the palace grounds is the National Museum of Korea.
Jongmyo Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the world’s oldest Confucian Shrine that is preserved to this date. The shrine was first built in 1394 and was dedicated to the deceased Kings and Queens of the Joseon Dynasty. The shrine is remarkably long and is divided into 15 parts. The Jongmyo Shrine is located near the Gyeongbokgung palace and is surrounded by a picturesque courtyard.
Song Jook Heon is a wonderful traditional Korean restaurant in Seoul. Much of the food at Song Jook Heon originated in royal Korean palaces. At this hanjeonsik style restaurant, many small plates of various dishes are brought out at once. This is a type of restaurant you will not be able to experience anywhere else, and is well worth visiting while in Seoul.
Si Hwa Dam is an innovative new high-end restaurant in Seoul. The name translates to “poetry, painting and conversation.” The dishes at Si Hwa Dam are designed as art pieces to appeal to all the senses. The dishes themselves are so beautiful just to look at that one might not want to eat, but we can assure you that the food tastes as good as it looks. As a unique dining experience that caters to all the sense, we highly recommend you pay a visit to Si Hwa Dam.
When you arrive at the airport, it will be quite easy to find a taxi to get into the center of Seoul. Once settled in Seoul, it is easy to get around either by taxi or subway. Taxis can at times be expensive. The subways are a reliable and cheap alternative, and all of the signs include an English translation. In Seoul you do not need to worry about tipping, as it is very uncommon within the city.