Welcome to Seoul, Korea

It is new everyday to travel Seoul, where the past and the present coexist and change day by day.
Seoul is a best place for urban travel, where people can see beautiful palaces with 600 years of history in the middle of the city, as well as large and small villages of art and culture that lead the trend of Korea.

Attractions in Seoul

Nature & Tourism

Hangang River

The Hangang River held festivals and events representing Seoul, where people can enjoy chicken and ride a public bicycle called “Ddareung!” to tour the riverside of the Hangang River.

Cheonggyecheon Stream

On the street from Cheonggyecheon Plaza, close to the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts, to Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park (DDP), there is a path along the flowing water that people go for a walk, which is loved by Seoul citizens.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung is a palace representing Korea where people can feel the history and dignity of the Chosun Dynasty. People can dive into the time travel at Gyeongbokgung Palace wearing hanbok.

N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower is a symbol of Seoul, which was considered the No.1 tourist attraction in Seoul, and a romantic place with a beautiful observatory view and padlocked with lots of lovers.


K-Star Road

It is no exaggeration to say that Gangnam, which became famous as PSY’s ‘Gangnam Style’ became popular, is the source of the Korean wave. More than a half of a total number of Korean entertainment companies are located in Gangnam, so this place is a birthplace of many Korean wave stars.

HIKR Ground

With the growing interest in Korean culture such as K-pop and K-drama around the world, K-content can be enjoyed in one place, making it an attraction for tourists.

Real K-Pop Dance

Real K-pop Dance offers a special class that introduces K-pop dances that are popular in Korea and allows participants to learn K-pop routines from dancers who have choreographed real K-pop acts.

K-Beauty Experience Center

It has a large space called the Beauty Library, where visitors can personally test out over 2,000 products and have access to the services of professional makeup artists.



Myeongdong is Seoul’s shopping mecca and is a must-see for tourists, but it is not just a shopping destination; Myeongdong is also a hub of commerce, banking and culture with a daytime population of 1.5-2 million.

Lotte World Mall

Lotte World Mall, where you can meet the latest trend fashion and high-end lifestyle, is a shopping zone with Lotte Avenuel, South Korea’s largest luxury department store.

Seoul Yangnyeong Market

Seoul Yangnyeong Market is one of the most famous oriental medicine markets in Korea. The market slowly started to establish itself in the late 1960s when small medicinal herbs stores started opening on by one.


Nowhere exudes more local and traditional charm than Insa-dong, a quaint neighborhood in the center of Seoul that transports visitors back to a time when women wore hanbok and men rode horses.


Nanta Theater – Myeongdong

Nanta Theater is Korea’s first exclusive venue for Nanta performances, which are based on the rhythm of the samulnori (traditional Korean percussion quartet) and are comic non-verbal plays set in a kitchen.

COEX Aquarium

The COEX Aquarium, located near Samseong Station, offers a wide variety of events and attractions, making it a destination the whole family will enjoy!

Jamsil Baseball Stadium

When Jamsil Baseball Stadium opened in 1982, it was Korea’s first baseball stadum. Located in the southern part of Seoul, it remains one the country’s major sporting arenas.

Seoul Kimchi Academy House

Learn how to make tasty kimchi at the Kimchi Academy House!
At the Kimchi Academy House, you can learn about Korean history and culture through kimchi.

Enjoy your Seoul

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