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10. Explore the streets of Insadong
The Insadong area is a fantastic place for relaxing and exploring what
Korean culture has to offer. On the main street, you’ll find shops selling
traditional ware like ceramics, paintings, and hanboks - Korea’s traditional
costume. You’ll also find traditional cafes, restaurants, and tea houses where
you can sample handmade rice cakes.

9. Get lost in Myeongdong
In Seoul, Myeongdong is where the action is. The commercial district is
home to all things fashion, beauty, and trends. The vibe is youthful, fun, and electric, with over 1.5 million people passing through this area every day.
Want to experience Korea as seen in dramas and movies? Then visit famous
movie locations and pretend you’re a famous Kdrama celebrity for a day. If
you’re looking for great deals on Korean beauty products, Myeongdong has it
all for you! And when you’re done sampling different products, get your fill
of egg cakes and dried squid from the food stalls on the street.

8. Recharge your soul at Bongeunsa Temple
If you’re looking for peace and tranquility and just happen to be in the
Gangnam area, Bongeunsa temple is the place to be. This thousand-year-old
temple was built in 794 and is best known as Seoul’s representative temple.
More than 10,000 visitors come to visit and experience the temple every
year. Bongeunsa temple is home to the tallest statue of the Maitreya Buddha
in Korea so don’t miss out on the chance to see it yourself.

7. Walk along Cheonggyecheon Stream
Located in the heart of downtown Seoul, Chonggye stream was once a
neglected waterway until it was restored in 2005 as part of Korea’s massive
urban renewal project. This public recreation space boasts of art exhibits,
special theme events, and a fantastic laser show that you can enjoy at night.

6. See how the rich live at Bundang
Bundang is what the middle to upper class of Seoul call home. This affluent
suburb has the best housing, schools, restaurants and parks, so the vibe is
pretty much laidback.

5. Live your tomorrow at Samsung d’light
Want to see a glimpse of what the future has in store for mankind? Then
make your way to the Samsung d’light exhibition space in Gangnam. This
fun and interactive exhibit, presented by Korea’s most famous export,
Samsung Electronics, gives you a vision of how exciting the future will be.
Check out the different areas and explore technological innovations with
endless possibilities.

4. Window shop at Cheongdam
Cheongdam, also known as the Beverly Hills of Seoul, is where you’ll find
people living the high life. From fine dining restaurants to luxury brand
names, Cheongdam is where the rich and trendy go to relax and unwind.
While it may seem expensive to dine at, window shopping is absolutely free.
Check out the latest fashion trends at the different designer showrooms and
luxury brand stores to see the best and brightest in fashion. While moving
around you can use the subway and hop into subway shops which have
crazy amazing deals for really cool stuff.

3. Find your soulmate at Seoul Mate
Traveling is a lot more fun with family and friends, but if you’re visiting
Seoul as a lone traveler, don’t worry! There’s a tour guide organization
called Seoul Mates who can take you around - free of charge. Here’s your
chance to make Korean friends and experience Korean culture through a
local’s perspective

2. Travel back in time at Bukchon Hanok Village
The Bukchon Hanok Village may be on the off-beaten path, but that doesn’t
mean that it has nothing to offer. This traditional hanok housing area just off
the northern part of Seoul is best known for its traditional Hanok buildings
made of wood. Try to imagine what it was like in the olden times as you
walk the hilly lanes. You’ll find tiny tearooms and restaurants line the quiet
streets of Bukchon, perfect for refreshments.

1.Pay your respects at the War Memorial of Korea
This massive memorial was once the Korean Infantry headquarters back in
the olden times. The War Memorial of Korea is said to be the largest in the
world, with more than 13,000 items on the Korean War on display. From
prehistoric weapons to modern equipment, you’ll also see paintings and
sculptures of notable Korean heroes who fought for Korea’s freedom.
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