Things to do in Seoul

Seoul is one of the most luxurious cities in the world.  But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy it on a budget. In fact, South Korea’s city has many of the attractions in Seoul and that are available for free or at very cheap and best and also entrance fees.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung Palace is also called Gyeongbok Palace; this is Joseon dynasty’s one of the massive royal palaces. Gyeongbokgung Palace is the most spectacular structural design in the whole South Korean city.  There is no entrance fee to Gyeongbokgung, this is one of the oldest and very massive attraction, it costs 3, 000 Won. But if you have a proper travel plan, you can visit maximum by taking benefit of the free attractions in this city. The reconstructions works are going on in full fledge and most of its magnificence look is back. Gyeongbokgung Palace, the meaning of the name is Palace Really Blessed by Heaven, is located on the northern side of the Seoul capital city. The main attraction of the Gyeongbokgung palace is Gate Gangnyeongjeon Hall king’s main sleeping, Gwanghwamun The Main and South and living quarters, Gyeonghoeru, and Hyangwonjeong Gyeonghoeru.

Bukhansan National Park

If you stay in or nearby Seoul or you are just visiting for holiday and if you want to do and see all the activities and attractions in Seoul, Bukhansan National Park is a perfect option for you. Bukhansan National Park is located on the north side of the city. Baegundae National Peak is the main part of the mount and is situated above 2700 feet above sea level. Depending on where you start your climb, and there are many trails is there for about 2 miles to reach the topmost places and it takes over two hours. From the top, you’ll have a stunning view of the whole city. It’s very simple to enter this wonder of nature. After that just take the metro and a bus to the arrival into the park. It will offer you the particulars down below. There are many attractions, but the most popular attractions are Bukhansanseong trial.

National Museum of Korea

The National Museum of Korea is the one of the massive museum situated in Korea. It has very priceless Korean cultural work of art from Korea’s beginnings to the recent era. Situated nearby in Ichon Station, the National Museum of Korea is a must visit tourists attractions in Seoul and also the best destination zone, but still, it is located in a very beautiful and peaceful zone. The National Museum of Korea itself is enclosed by a huge and stunning landscape. The National Museum of Korea is a “cultural complex” that preserves and shows leftovers, and it hosts different types of traditional shows and also gives many special shows.

N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower is definitely a must see attraction for all tourists to Seoul. It is also called Namsan Tower, and it is one of the main attractions in Seoul. It is located at 236m; it is the maximum point and gives the full view of the stunning Seoul city and Hangang River. Situated in the Namsan Park in the center of this city, it is the quickly reachable distance from Myongdong in cable car or bus. It is a romantic tour for those couples who wish to decide their endless love. It is similar to Paris’ Pont des Paintings, there is a wall of love locks is situated on the square right-hand side of this attraction. It is one of the Korea’s best tourist zone and most visited attractions.

Seoul Olympic Park

Seoul Olympic Park is being one of the best tourist attractions in Seoul. It is absolutely very huge and it looks stunning. It is massive and it covers a zone of above 1.5 million sq. m. This Olympic Park is divided into different zones called history, art, sports, and traditional. It has many different types’ of cafés, and restaurants, and stores, museum, fitness studio, sports courts and skate zones. The museum includes of five themed areas, known as the Place of Harmony, the Place of Peace, and the Place of believing and the Place of Loveliness, all of which gives tourists a hint of the glory of the Seoul Olympics Park.

olympic competitors’ country flags

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