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Gyeongbokgung Palace was the main legal residence of the royal family during the Joseon Dynasty. Carrying a meaning of "a place where the new king can enjoy prosperity of great blessings," this was the first palace built during the Joseon Dynasty. The palace is unique for its vast area and harmony of buildings and is the only palace to have all four major gates remaining to this day. Within the palace grounds, you can see a multitude of restored buildings.

Namsan Seoul Tower

Seoul's landmark attraction is none other than Namsan Seoul Tower, located atop Namsan Mountain in the center of the city. The tower draws in visitors year-round and is most famous for its nightscape view of the city. The tower features not only an observation deck, but also atmospheric coffees and restaurants among other facilities. Namsan Seoul Tower is a great place to spend an enjoyable evening with friends or loved ones, while taking in the beautiful nightscape over a cup of coffee.

Lotte World

If you are looking for a fun place to spend a whole day, check out Lotte World! This amusement park is open all year round, filled with dynamic events and performances. Even better, the park is located in downtown Seoul and is easily accessible via public transportation. The park is largely divided into two areas: Adventure located indoors, and the outdoor section of Magic Island. Adventure includes a plethora of attractions, including a carousel, Spanish pirate ship, flume ride and more, while Magic Island has big thrill rides like the Gyro Drop and Gyro Spin.

National Museum of Korea

The National Museum of Korea is the best-known and extensive museum in Korea. More than 12,044 pieces are always on display in our six permanent exhibition sections, where visitors can examine numerous national treasures of Korea, including Pensive Bodhisattva (Korean National Treasure No.78 or No.83), Goryeo Celadon Openwork Burner (No.95), Ten-Story Pagoda from Gyeongcheonsa Temple-Site (No.86), and Gold Crown from Silla (No.191).


Myeongdong is one of the main shopping districts in Seoul. This shopper drawer cares for every need of visitors. People are pleased with its beautiful mix of shopping providers, from department stores, modern malls, international retailers, factory outlets to small street boutiques. Among a wide variety of merchandise on offer, Korean cosmetics are the most sought-after stuff. All-time favorites and new creations are available at its thousands of cosmetic shops and skincare stores.

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