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Overview of Seoul. ..................................................... 04 Twelve of Seouls Most Interesting Districts Gwanghwamun . ........................................................... 08 City Hall Area................................................................. 10 CheonggyecheonJongno............................................... 12 Insa-dong. .................................................................... 14 Samcheong-dongBukchon............................................ 16 Myeong-dongEuljiro...................................................... 18 Namdaemun Market ..................................................... 20 Hongik Univ.Sangsu Station area................................... 22 Dongdaemun Market .................................................... 24 Itaewon......................................................................... 26 Apgujeong-dongCheongdam-dong. ............................... 28 Samseong Station area.................................................. 30 Eight Themes of Seoul Cultural Heritage. .......................................................... 34 Landmarks.................................................................... 36 Experience Traditional Culture......................................... 38 Shopping. ..................................................................... 40 Museums and Galleries.................................................. 42 Entertainment................................................................ 44 Hangang Tour................................................................ 46 Savor Seoul................................................................... 48 Seoul City Tour Bus.................................................... 50 Seoul City Walking Tours. .......................................... 51 Seoul Travel Information............................................ 52 Useful Korean Expressions........................................ 55 Seoul Tourist Map According to Various Themes..... 56
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[Three Ways to Use the Guidebook] Locate 12 representative areas favored by tourists ( P.06) Locate places under the 8 themes you want to enjoy in Seoul, such as traditional culture, shopping and museums ( P.33) Find out which attractions you want to visit by looking over the citys map ( P.56)
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Seoul Travel Guide

Koreas Ancient Modern Capital


Seoul is an amazing combination of contrasts. While walking along the busy streets of downtown Seoul, you may suddenly find the gate of an old palace. In the boisterous city center, you can stop for a while and rest alongside a stream. Right after you step out of a modern shopping mall, you encounter a vibrant traditional market, while as soon as you get off the subway, you can enjoy green forest and riverside parks. Whenever you turn your head or blink your eyes, entirely different landscapes and attractions catch your attentionthis is our Seoul.

Changgyeongung (Palace)

+ As the newest trends are added to its long history, Seoul is becoming even more dynamic. Culture from the city spreads beyond Asia and fascinates people around the globe. Seoulwhere tradition and modernity, nature and high technology coexistmarks the beginning of a new urban voyage.
Official title Seoul Teukbyeol-si | Area 605.33 km2 | Population 10,557,498 (Sept. 2011) | Language Korean | Climate Temperate | Currency unit won (\, KRW) | Local standard time GMT+9 (Korea Standard Time) | Country code +82 | Local code Seoul 02 (When you call from overseas, please omit 0 and just press 2.)

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Twelve of Seouls Most Interesting Districts


To experience the citys ancient history, traditions, cuisine and trendy culture, a visit to these 12 areas is a good place to start.

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Incheon International Airport

06 Myeong-dongEuljiro .......... 18 07 Namdaemun Market . .......... 20 08 Hongik Univ.Sangsu Station Area .................................... 22 09 Dongdaemun Market ............ 24 10 Itaewon ..................................... 26 11 Apgujeong-dongCheongdam-dong ..................................... 28 12 Samseong Station Area ........ 30

05 Samcheong-dongBukchon 04 Insa-dong 01 Gwanghwamun 02 City Hall Area 07 Namdaemun Market 06 Myeong-dongEuljiro N Seoul Tower 08 Hongik Univ.Sangsu Station area 10 Itaewon 12 Samseong Station area 11 Apgujeong-dongCheongdam-dong 03 CheonggyecheonJongno

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1-2 The National Folk Museum of Korea Geunjeongjeon 2 (Imperial Throne Hall)

Tongui Police Box


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KEB National Museum of Korean Contemporary History


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Sejongno Park
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Embassy of Ireland (13F)


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Here you will find the Gyeongbokgung (Palace), whose location was determined to be an auspicious site according to Korean geomantic principles and the Korean Presidential Residence, Cheongwadae (Blue House) are located. At present, it is home to numerous government agencies and foreign embassies. Built in 2009, the Gwanghwamun Square has become a popular place for visitors.

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung was the main royal palace and heart of the Joseon Dynasty for 500 years. The remaining halls include Geunjeongjeon, where official ceremonies were held, and the private quarters of the king and queen. The National Palace Museum of Korea - which showcases royal culture - and the National Folk Museum of Korea - where the life cycles of Koreans in the olden days can be observed - are within its precincts.
Mar.-Oct. 09:00-18:00, Nov.-Feb. 09:00-17:00 (Closed on Tuesdays) *Guided tour available in English, Japanese and Chinese (Please contact for exact hours) 02-3700-3900 http://www.royalpalace.go.kr *Regular ceremonies: Opening and closing of the palace gate and royal guard changing ceremonies on the hour between 10:00-15:00 (Opening and closing of the palace gate 16:00) 09:00-18:00, Weekends/ 1-1 National Palace Museum of Korea holidays 09:00-19:00 (Closed on Mondays) 1-2 The National Folk Museum of Korea . Mar.-Oct. 09:00-18:00 (MayAug. Weekends 09:00-19:00), Nov.-Feb. 09:00-17:00 (Closed on Tuesdays)

2 Gwanghwamun Square

This is a 550m-long, 34m-wide square constructed at Sejong-ro in 2009. Statues of the two most respected historical figures in Korea King Sejong the Great and Admiral Yi Sun-sin stand in the square.
2-1 Haechi Madang a convenience facility at Gwanghwamun Station that was designed for tourists 10:00-21:00

3 Sejong Center for the Performing Arts


02-399-1114 http://www.sejongpac.or.kr

This is a performance theater representing Korea and also a cultural complex for exhibitions and cultural experiences.
3-1 The Story of King Sejong / The Story of Admiral Yi Sunshin

Exhibitions on the lives and achievements of King Sejong the Great and Admiral Yi Sun-sin 10:30-22:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-3991114~6 http://www.sejongstory.or.kr [Sejong Belt] Performance and exhibition tickets are sold at discount prices. (Rush ticket, S-day) 02-399-1190 http://www.sejongbelt. com *Please use the Sejong Belt Information Center at Haechi Madang in Gwanghwamun.

4 Cheonggye Plaza

This is a plaza built where the Cheonggyecheon (Stream) starts. The plaza is widely known as the site where large groups of people gather to cheer for the Korean teams during major international competitions such as the World Cup. (Cheonggyecheon
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Tips
Go sightseeing at Seouls tourist attractions using Seoul City Tour Bus. ( p.50) Browse through performances, exhibitions and cultural events held in Seoul by way of the Sejong Belt, an association of theaters, galleries, palaces and museums in the Gwanghwamun area. 08 09

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Dongwha Duty Free Shop (B1-3F) City Tour Bus Information Center

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Chosun Ilbo Art Museum

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British Embassy
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Korea Press Center


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Here you will find the Seoul City Hall, Seoul Plaza and ancient palaces of the Joseon Dynasty surrounded by other modern buildings that manage to harmonize with one another and creating a unique atmosphere. Be sure to visit Deoksugung (Palace) and the nearby Seoul Museum of Art or pop into leading restaurants steeped with long traditions.

1 Deoksugung (Palace)

Deoksugung (Palace) was first built as a royal residence, but it became a palace when the king stayed there after the Japanese Invasion in 1592. Western style buildings were built here during the Japanese colonial period, making it the only palace with modern buildings. Seokjojeon, one of these modern buildings, now accommodates the National Museum of Contemporary Art.
09:00-21:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-771-9951 http://www. deoksugung.go.kr *Regular events: Royal guard changing ceremonies 11:00, 14:00, 15:30 1-1 Stone-wall road encircling Deoksugung (Palace) A beautiful place with tall trees lining the street and an ancient stone wall.

2 Seoul Plaza

This is a lawn plaza in front of Seoul City Hall. Here, various events including mini concerts, outdoor exhibitions and flea markets are held every weekend. During winter, a skating rink is set up for visitors to enjoy ice skating at a reasonable price.
2-1 Seoul City Hall building The new City Hall building, which will be another landmark of the city, is currently under construction. It is an ecofriendly building with the worlds largest indoor green wall. (To be completed in 2012)

3 Chongdong Theater

If you want to experience the best of traditional Korean performing arts, you should definitely visit this theater. Along with MISO, a regular traditional performance held every day at 4:00, 8:00, the theater offers hands-on experience programs such as one on how to play the janggu (a traditional percussion instrument).
MISO performance 16:00, 20:00 (Closed on Mondays) http://www.chongdong.com 02-751-1500

4 Seoul Museum of Art

You encounter the museum while walking along the stone-wall road of Deoksugung (Palace). It holds exhibitions of such worldfamous masters as Chagall, Matisse and Picasso each year, as well as contemporary artwork by Korean and foreign artists.
10:00-20:00; Weekends Mar.-Oct. 10:00-19:00 & Nov.-Feb. 10:00-18:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-2124-8800 http://seoulmoa.seoul.go.kr

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Watch the royal guard changing ceremony at Deoksugung (Palace) and walk along the stone-wall road encircling the palace. Visit famous old restaurants in narrow alleys behind City Hall to enjoy special tastes dishes passed down over several many generations. 10 11

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Jump Theater
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Jongno means a street with a bell. This area has a distinctive air generated from the combination of business and traditional culture. The restoration of Cheonggyecheon (Stream) in 2003 has turned it into one of the key tourist areas in Seoul. Another real gem, is the jewelry shopping street that runs for blocks between Jongno 1-ga to 5-ga.

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This is a 5.84km-long stream flowing from Gwanghwamun to Dongdaemun. It was originally a natural stream, but was covered with asphalt and used as roads. Then, in 2005, it was once again changed into an ecological stream after a restoration that took three years. It has attractions including 22 bridges, nine fountains and relics from the Joseon Dynasty recovered during the restoration process.
Gwangtonggyo (Bridge) A bridge built in the Joseon Dynasty and excavated during the restoration process and recreated. Jeongjobanchado.A mural that reproduces Jeongjobanchado, a painting of the royal parade of King Jeongjo created by famous artists of Joseon, with 5,120 tiles. Wall of Hope A wall made of 20,000 tiles on which the hopes of citizens are written. Wall of Proposal A screen through which you can propose to your loved one. Anyone can use it through advance reservation. http://propose.sisul. or.kr Cheonggyecheon Museum. Line 1 Jegi-dong Station, Exit 4 / Line 2 Yongdu Station, Exit 5 09:00-21:00, Weekends 09:00-19:00 (Closed on Mondays)

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This is a Confucian shrine where memorial tablets for kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty are kept and memorial services are offered. It is the worlds largest remaining single wooden structure built in the 14th century and was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in 1995. Jongmyojerye, the memorial service offered every May since 1464, is one of the oldest ancestral rites maintained today, and was designated as one of the Masterpieces of the Oral Tradition and Intangible Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2001.
Please refer to the homepage for the exact hours of guided tours in foreign languages (guidance available in English, Japanese and Chinese). Closed on Tuesdays 02-765-0195 http://jm.cha.go.kr

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3 Tapgol Park

This is a key historic site where 33 representatives of the March 1st Movement of 1919 recited the Korean Declaration of Independence from Japan and shouted for independence. In the park, the Ten Storied Stone Pagoda of Wongaksa Temple Site, the countrys National Treasure No.2, and the Monument of Wongaksa, Treasure No.3, remain as they did in the old days.
09:00-18:00
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Stroll along the 12.04km walking path of Cheonggyecheon (Stream). It stretches from Gwanghwamun to the Dongdaemun Market area. Enjoy the splendid night views of Cheonggyecheon (Stream) under brilliant lighting and its 22 bridges. 12 13

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Its central street is filled with antique shops and art galleries while its back alleys are lined with traditional teahouses and Korean restaurants. Here, newer attractions such as Ssamziegil shopping complex add a distinctive characteristic to Insadong. Owing to this traditional Korean atmosphere, the area is an especially popular area for visitors.

1 Insa-dong Street

This is a street of Korean traditional culture with antique art and book shops, traditional teahouses and craft shops. It is one of Seouls leading gallery streets and has been the location of many art galleries since olden times.
09:30-18:30, Sat. 09:30-18:00, 1-1 Insa-dong Information Center Sun. 10:00-18:00 10:00-19:00 1-2 Insa Art Center

2 Unhyeongung (Palace)

This was the private residence of Heungseon Daewongun, father of Emperor Gojong (1852-1919). Temporary exhibitions on traditional culture and events such as the royal costume experience program are held each month.
09:00-19:00, Winter 09:00-18:00 (Closed on Mondays) 9090 http://unhyeongung.or.kr 02-766-

3 Jogyesa (Temple)

This is a temple representing Korean Buddhism. It offers a temple life program for foreigners. On Buddhas Birthday, the Lotus Lantern Festival is held in the Jongno and Insa-dong areas with Jogyesa (Temple) as the starting point of the parade.
02-732-2183 http://www.jogyesa.kr

4 Bosingak (Belfry)

During the Joseon Period, the hours of the day were announced here by tolling the bell. This practice from the past is reenacted today once each day. A bell-tolling ceremony is held on January 1st to mark the new year.
Bell-tolling ceremony 11:00-12:20 (Closed on Mondays)

[Traditional Handicraft Shops ]


Various cute household items and traditional handicrafts are mustbuys in Insa-dong. It is quite fun to find so many different kinds of items. Ssamzie-gil, where design goods reinterpreting tradition in modern ways are sold, is highly popular.

[Traditional Korean Dishes and Traditional Teahouses]


There are a lot of teahouses in original Korean-style houses and hanjeongsik (Korean traditional set menus) restaurants with traditional interiors in Insa-dong. Snack carts selling temple food and time-honored snacks including kkultarae (honey skein) and tteok (rice cake) on the streets add to the unique atmosphere of the area.

Tips
Buy various souvenirs including antiques, hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) and traditional handicrafts such as mobile phone charms and jewelry boxes. Try traditional tea and hanjeongsik (Korean traditional set menus). It will help you taste the flavor of the countrys traditional cuisine. 14 15

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Han Sang Soo Embroidery Museum 2 19 20 Traditional 5-2 Seoul Museum Liquor Brewery 5 of Chicken Art 5-5 Hwa Sim Kitai Rhee Dia Gallery Bukchon 3 sook Hanji 4 Korean Jeotdae (flute) Workshop Traditional Kite Gallery Biim Lacquer Workshop Woori Bitkkal Jinsun Workshop 5-1 Gahoe Workshop Book Bobine Workshop 'Chilwon' Museum Donglim Knot 5-3 23 Cafe 21 22 24 Quilt Jeongdok Museum Public Library Bukchon Insa Art Space Bukchon Korean 2-1 Daedong Taxation 16 Chogo of the Arts Traditional House The National High School Samcheongdong Workshop Council Korea Folk Museum Police Box World Jewelery 'Godraetdol' Bongsan Art Center Tea of Korea Museum Kukje Gallery 5-4 Gallery Sun Contemporary Museum of 25 26 27-2 27-2 Myengin Korean Art Chung Won Seoul Museum Bang San Hakgojae Gallery
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The Cyber University of Korea

University of North Korean Studies


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Vietnamese Embassy Samcheong-dong Post Office


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Yongsusan

Korea Banking Institute

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Choongang Middle School

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Haneul Mulbit Natural Dyeing Institute


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Hanok Village 2 Bukchon


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Community Credit Cooperative Gallery Doll

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Choongang High School Museum of Humanities

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Changdeokgung (Palace)

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Think Museum

Sane Namul(2F)

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Art Sonje Center UUL National Art Museum, Seoul


Samcheong-ro

(To be completed in 2012)

Jaedong Elementary School Bukchon Traditional Culture Center Jongga Gallery Dam 2-2 Hanok Guesthouse Lacquer Shinhan Urijip Workshop Constitutional Court 2 Sanneri 3 4
P.15

LG Sangnam Library

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Portuguess Embassy Wonseo Park Ticket Office

Polish Embassy Kumho24 Museum of Art Gallery Hyundai Duksung Girls' Middle School Duksung Girls' High School

Pungmoon Girls' High School

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Bukchon is a small village of hanoks (Korean traditionalstyle house) located between Gyeongbokgung (Palace) and Changdeokgung (Palace.) Today, families still make their homes in these 900 traditional houses. Recently, it has become increasingly popular for art galleries and traditional craft studios to set up shop in these houses much to the delight of residents and visitors alike!

1 Samcheong-dong Street

Traditional Korean houses and modern buildings are juxtaposed to create unusual scenery. Contemporary restaurants and wine bars have been established in traditional houses along with galleries, designer shops, specialty shops and themed museums.

2 Bukchon Hanok Village

This district between Gyeongbokgung (Palace) and Changdeokgung (Palace) is packed with over 900 Korean traditional houses. Members of the royal family and noblemen lived here during the Joseon Period. As it retains the citys old appearance, it is a popular filming location for movies and TV dramas.
Bukchon 8 Views 1 Panoramic view of Changdeokgung (Palace) 2 Wonseo-dong Gongbang-gil 3 11 Gahoe-dong area 4 Hillside area at 31 Gahoe-dong 5 Downward alley in Gahoe-dong 6 Upward alley in Gahoedong 7 31 Gahoe-dong 8 Stone steps in Samcheong-dong Bukchon Korean Traditional House 2-1 Bukchon Korean Traditional House 2-2 Hanok Guesthouse Urijip Bukchon Traditional Craft Studios Craft studios engaged in hanji (Korean traditional paper), kite, embroidery, knot and lacquer crafts

3 Changdeokgung (Palace)

This was originally built as the secondary palace of Gyeongbokgung (Palace) in 1405; its structure remains closest to the original among the palaces of the Joseon Dynasty. Halls are built along the mountain slope and gardens are designed to preserve their natural states as much as possible, leading to a perfect harmony between nature and artificiality. For this reason, the palace was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in 1997.
Apr.-Oct. 09:00-18:30, Nov Mar. 09:00-17:30, Dec.-Feb. 09:00-17:00 (Closed on Mondays) *Tour of Huwon (Secret Garden) offered at separate hours (Internet reservation) *Guided tour available in English, Japanese and Chinese (Please contact for exact hours) 02-762-8261, 9513 http://www.cdg.go.kr

4 Samcheonggak

Six traditional Korean houses located in the forest of Bugaksan (Mt.) where visitors can watch traditional performances and enjoy tea in a quiet and peaceful atmosphere.
02-765-3700 http://www.samcheonggak.or.kr *Free shuttle bus operated

5 Unique Museums
There are a number of unique theme-based museums in Samcheong-dong and Bukchon. If you obtain a Bukchon Museum Free Pass, you can visit five of these museums.
5-1 Gahoe Museum 5-2 Han Sang Soo Embroidery Museum 5-3 Donglim Knot Museum 5-4 Museum of Korean Art 5-5 Seoul Museum of Chicken Art *Free passes can be obtained at each of these museums.

Tips
Have stylish meals in restaurants, wine bars or cafes transformed from traditional Korean houses. Visit Bukchon 8 Views, designated the most beautiful places in the area by the Seoul Metropolitan Government. 16 17

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Ferrum Tower
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Mirae Asset Center One Bldg.


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Hanbit Media Gallery 3 4 Hana T.um

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Seoul YWCA Shinhan


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Lotte Cinema

Myeongdong Theater 3
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Lotte Young Plaza

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Tabby CGV (10F,11F) 5 4 IBK 6 7 8 3 2 Prince

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5-1 Shinsegae Dept. Store

Coryo Daeyungak Bld.


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Migliore (B1-2F) 5-4


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Hoehyeon Sageori
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Myeong-dong is the largest single shopping district in Seoul. The streets are lined with leading department stores, clothing stores and accessory shops as well as flagship stores of cosmetics and bargain priced fashion brands.
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1 Myeong-dong Street

This is a shopping district filled with flagship stores of major global brands, large local brand stores and accessory shops.
1-1 Seoul Global Culture & Tourism Center This is the place where you can get information about traveling in Seoul, use the Internet for free and experience Korean culture. 10:30-22:00 (Open throughout the year) 12 02-3789-7961~3 http://www.seoultourism.kr 1-2 UNESCO House It is UNESCOs Korean office building. Myeongdong Nanta Theater and restaurants are also located in this building. 1-3 Guanqian Street A street where you can encounter Chinese culture through Chinese dishes and household items.

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2 Myeongdong Cathedral

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This is the main cathedral of the Archdiocese of Seoul of the Roman Catholic Church. Throughout its 110-year history, it has greatly contributed to the countrys democratization, and is known 16 as a national symbol of democracy.

3 Myeongdong Theater

The theater, made by remodeling a baroque-style building constructed in 1934, is a theater dedicated to plays. With its archaic appearance and auditorium design that closes the distance between the stage and the audience, it is considered the mecca of Korean live theater.
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This is a shopping center comprised of Lotte Department Store, Avenuel, Lotte Duty Free Shop and Young Plaza. You can buy various name brand goods of diverse price ranges here. In particular, Avenuel where more than 100 luxury brand shops are located and the main branch of Lotte Department Store, known as one of the five top department stores in the world, are visited by as many as 20,000,000 people annually.
Department Store/Avenuel 10:30-20:30 (Fri.-Sat. -20:30, Sun. -20:00), Duty Free Shop 09:30-21:00, Young Plaza 11:30-21:30 *Lotte Duty Free Shop is open 24 throughout the year. The Department Store, Avenuel and Young Plaza are closed once a month. 02-771-2500 http://www.lotteshopping.com

4 20 Lotte Town

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5 Department Stores/Shopping Malls


In Myeong-dong and Euljiro, one can find department stores including the main branch of major department store chains and shopping malls with hundreds of clothing stores and accessory shops, and thus, visitors can enjoy shopping for luxury goods and reasonably-priced casual brands in one place. 5-1 Shinsegae Department Store.. 5-2 M Plaza.. 5-3 noon Square.. 5-4 27-2 Migliore .. 5-5 ALand

27-2

Tips
Enjoy luxury and brand name goods shopping at department stores and duty-free shops. Buy various cosmetic items as well as unique clothes and bags. 18 19

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Sungnyemun Ogeori

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Mesa Shinhan Samik Fashion Town

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Jungang 11 Shopping Center Namdaemun Daedo Arcade

Children's Clothing Market

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Dodong Samgeori

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Established during the Joseon Dynasty in 1414, Namdaemun Market is the largest traditional market in Korea. With over 10,000 shops and street stalls, it takes a whole day to just look around the market. You can also enjoy the fun of choosing from a wide variety of delicacies in the many food alleys that share their long history with the market.

1 Namdaemun Market

The largest market in Korea. Countless shops and street stalls line its alleys, selling clothes, household items and food. As the place is famous for its reasonable prices and the generous hospitality characterizing traditional markets, almost half of foreign tourists who visit Seoul are known to stop by the market. .Closed.on.Sundays 1-1 Namdaemun Imported Goods Market This.is.where.shops.selling. various.imported.goods.including.kitchenware,.accessories.and.food. products.are.gathered... 1-2 Food alleys There.are.a.lot.of.food.alleys.in.Namdaemun.Market,. where.wang.mandu.(giant-size.dumplings),.kalguksu.(noodle.soup).and. galchi.jorim.(braised.cutlassfish).are.especially.popular...

2 Sungnyemun (Gate)

This is Koreas National Treasure No.1. The wooden structure was completed in 1398. It was partially destroyed by fire in 2008, and is currently under restoration. The restoration site is open to the public and those who make an advance reservation can get a guided tour service. The restoration is scheduled to finish in 2012.
Open throughout the year. Guided tour available on Saturdays and Sundays (Please contact for exact hours) 042-481-4650 http:// www.sungnyemun.or.kr

3 Namsan Park

Formed around the 262m-tall Namsan (Mt.), it is the largest park in Seoul. Visitors can stroll through its thick forests and look around diverse attractions such as N Seoul Tower, Palgakjeong (Pavilion), Botanical Garden and National Theater of Korea.
Hoehyeon Station (Exit 1) Banpo-ro (Towards Namsan Tunnel 3) Namsan Oreumi Namsan Oreumi An inclined elevator that enables visitors to go halfway up the mountain conveniently. 02-753-2403 http://www. Namsan Cable Car 10:00-23:00 nseoultower.co.kr

4 N Seoul Tower

Namsan (Mt.) is the best location from which to gaze down on the city of Seoul. N Seoul Tower is a 236.7m-high tower the 10th highest tower in the world built on the mountain. Visitors can go up to the observatory by way of the ultra high speed elevator, visit the Teddy Bear Museum or dine at the restaurant in the sky lounge that revolves 360 degrees.
Namsan yellow buses No.2 & 3 that circle the mountain or the Namsan Cable Car Observatory 10:00-23:00 (Fri.-Sat. 10:00-24:00), Restaurant 02-3455-9277 11:00-23:00, Teddy Bear Museum 10:00-23:00 http://www.nseoultower.co.kr

Tips
In Namdaemun Market, you can find anything you want, including traditional handicrafts, cameras and eye glasses. Go up to Namsan Park and enjoy a spectacular view of Seoul. 20 21

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Hongik Univ.Sangsu Station Area



2 A Hongik Univ. 6 Sangsu

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Park 4 Seonyudo Around 2.7km


Kookmin Seoul Art Space_Seogyo
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Hana

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Hongdae NANTA Theater


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Seogyo-dong Sageori
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Wa ll P ain ting Str eet

Hongik Police Box


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Jazz Live Club Moonglow

Free bird

Wausan-ro 21-gil

Theater Zero
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Hongik Children's 1-1 Park Hongdae Free Market


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Hongik University

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Club NB M2
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Jazz Club Palm Club dd KT&G Sangsang Madang 26 1-2 Picasso Street
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Club Joker Red Club Evans 3-1 Club Street Lady Fish
Don gma k-ro

Hongik Elementary School

aA design museum
Wausan-ro

Far East Broadcasting Company

Attached Girls' High School to the college of Education, Hongik University

7-g il

Cafe Street 2 Sangsu-dong


Rolling Hall

Line 6

Danginri Sageori

Sangsu

1 4

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Dongmak-ro

Woori

08 Hongik Univ. Sangsu Station area

Hongik University area provides a good glimpse into Koreas youth and indie culture. The artistic spirit can be found in its exclusive designer shops, unique restaurants and cafs. The trendy marketplaces opened by young artists are sure to catch your eyes as well while its distinctive club culture has added appeal.

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1 Hongdae Street

Hongik University is famous for its College of Fine Arts, and this is one of the reasons why a street for young people with unique senses was created in this area. It is filled with clothes shops, accessory shops, clubs and theaters, so you can enjoy shopping, entertainment and culture. At night, performances of amateur bands are often held in the playgrounds or vacant lots.
1-1 Hongdae Free Market An art market held at Hongdae Playground each Saturday. Mar.-Nov. Saturdays 13:00-18:00 1-2 Picasso Street lined with distinctive shops designed for university students and young people, and is a popular filming location for TV dramas. 1-3 Wall Painting Street A street where you can see wall paintings by students at College of Fine Arts in Hongik University

2 Sangsu-dong Cafe Street

The street is filled with pretty cafes decorated based on different individual concepts. There are a wide variety of cafes, including coffee bars where coffee beans are roasted on the spot and dessert cafes that serve numerous sweet desserts.

3 Hongdaes Clubs

The Hongdae area is widely known as the mecca of club culture in Seoul. There are various clubs such as dance clubs where you can get into the rhythms of exciting music and dance as well as live performance clubs that offer music of different genres from jazz to indie band music. Most of these clubs can be visited in casual clothes such as jeans and sneakers.
3-1 Club Street A street packed with various clubs from dance to live performance clubs. [Club Day] On the last Friday of every month, people can freely go in and out of more than 30 clubs in this area with just one ticket. Last Friday of each month

4 Seonyudo Park

It takes only 45 minutes to walk from Hongdae Street to arrive at Seonyudo Park and look around it. The park is an ecological park created by reusing the facilities of a closed water purification plant, and is widely known to have been used as a filming location for the TV drama Iris. By crossing Seonyugyo (Bridge) in the park, visitors can reach Mangwon Hangang Park.
Buses 602, 604, 5712, 5714, 6712, 6716 (Get on buses going to Hapjeong at Hongik Univ. Station Exit 2, 8) 06:00-24:00

Tips
Experience unique cafes including a pet dog cafe, comic book cafe and wedding dress cafe. Go to a club and enjoy dancing, live performances and DJ shows. 22 23

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Dongdaemun Market

Naksa nseon ggwa k 1-g il

Nearby subway station 1 4 Dongdaemun 2 4 5 Dongdaemun History & Culture Park

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Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall)


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Korea First
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Doota 5-1
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Jung-gu Community Center 45 45


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National Medical Center


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Goodmorning City MEGABOX (9F)


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Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Dongdaemun History Museum Design Gallery
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Dongdaemun Design Plaza

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Dongdaemun Fashion TV
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Also known as The East Gate Market, it too was established during the Joseon Period near the city gate of the same name. Today, it has turned into a fashion town packed with big and small retail and wholesale shopping malls as well as clothing material stores. You can shop here anytime between midday and early morning.

1 Heunginjimun (Gate)

This is one of the eight gates of Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall) located on the east side, and is Treasure No.1 designated by the Korean government. The Fortress walls were destroyed long ago, but the gate remains the same as in the Joseon Period retaining its magnificent beauty.

2 Dongdaemun Design Plaza

This is a place where you can witness various aspects of Seoul, which has been selected as a UNESCO Creative City for Design. It is under construction based on the design by a leading global architect, Zaha Hadid, and is scheduled to be completed in December 2012. Visitors can view the entire process of the project from design to construction at DDP Information Center.
10:00-21:00 (Closed on holidays) design.or.kr 02-2266-7330 http://www.seoul

3 Pyounghwa Clothing Market

This is a clothing wholesale market with a 50-year history. Its long history is demonstrated by the markets large size and countless number of items. There are more than 2,000 shops in the market selling underwear, socks, mens clothes, womens clothes, etc. at wholesale prices.
22:00-18:00 the following day (Excluding Saturdays)

4 Dongdaemun Shopping Complex

This is the worlds largest market of fabrics and clothing materials. It is well known as the place where you can buy the newest fabrics in Korea. Four buildings are packed with over 4,300 shops, where fabrics, clothing materials, accessories, blankets and hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) are sold. Visitors can buy highquality hanbok or have one tailor-made at reasonable prices.
08:00-19:00

5 Apparel Malls
These shopping malls present different fashion items womens clothing, mens clothing, fashion items on different floors. There are several shopping malls of this kind in the Dongdaemun area, each with a distinctive mood and items; thus, visitors can find and visit shopping malls that suit their tastes.
5-1 Doota

10:30- 05:00 a.m. 11:00-23:30 (Closed on Mondays) 10:20- 05:00 a.m. 5-3 hello apM
5-2 Migliore

Tips
Buy stylish clothes made using high-quality fabric at reasonable prices in Dongdaemun Fashion Town. 24 25

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Itaewon

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Seoul Digitech High School
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Korea First
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Signs in foreign languages, fluent English spoken by merchants and restaurants and cafes based on the cuisine of diverse foreign countries: these make one feel as if Itaewon Street is located in another country. It has been loved by foreign tourists for a long time, but now Koreans who appreciate unique customs such as brunch and the party culture frequent the street, too.
1-1 Ice Rink Grand Hyatt Seoul Hotel operates an ice rink that presents a romantic mood exclusively during winter. It is a famous filming location for TV dramas and movies, and is also a popular spot for marriage proposals. http://www.grandhyattseoul.co.kr

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2 Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art

This art museum was established with the art collection of the founder of the Samsung Group. Permanent exhibits include old Korean artwork and works by renowned global artists including Andy Warhol and Nam June Paik.
10:30-18:00 (Closed on Mondays) samsungfoundation.org 02-2014-6900 http://leeum.

3 Gyeongridan-gil

This is a unique street in a residential area lined with restaurants and cafes based in foreign countries such as Japan, Thailand, Turkey and Mexico. Exotic dishes whose flavors are recreated by foreign chefs and Korean cooks who have worked abroad are highly popular.

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There are more than 100 antique shops on this street. They are filled with items from Korea, Chinese furniture and goods from Europe. Visitors can browse through antique goods that show the trace of time and purchase vintage interior items.

[Key attractions you can visit along with Itaewon]


National Museum of Korea the most representative museum in Korea praised as one of the six major museums of the world. Line 4Jungang Line Ichon Station, Exit 2 Tue., Thu. & Fri. 09:0018:00, Wed. & Sat. 09:00-21:00, Sun./holidays 09:00-19:00 http:// www.museum.go.kr The War Memorial of Korea A museum based on the theme of the wars that occurred on the Korean Peninsula. Line 4 Samgakji Station, Exit 1 / Line 6 Samgakji Station, Exit 12 09:00-18:00 (Closed on Mondays) http://www.warmemo.or.kr

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1-1 The Galleria Luxury Hall 10:30-20:00, Weekends 10:30-20:30 (East -20:00) 02-3449-4114 http://dept.galleria.co.kr

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This park was built in commemoration of Ahn Chang-ho, an indepen-dence activist during the Japanese colonial period. There are flagship stores of leading global brands, designer shops and cafes around the park, and filming of movies and TV dramas often takes place here.
11:00-20:00 (Open throughout the year) 02-3442-2570 11:00-20:00, Weekends/holidays 3-2 Maison Hermes Dosan Park 12:00-20:00 (Closed on the 3rd Wednesday of each month) 02-542-6622
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4 Space*c

This is an art and culture complex on the theme of cosmetics established by Coreana Cosmetics. It comprises Coreana Cosmetics Museum, Coreana Art Museum which introduces contemporary art, Museum Cafe, a beauty shop, etc. It is popular among women because they can watch exhibitions while enhancing their beauty.
10:00-19:00, Nov.-Mar. 10:00-18:00 (Closed on Sundays) https://www.spacec.co.kr 9177 02-547-

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There are various types of multi shops in Apgujeong-dong and Cheongdam-dong area, from those that deal with selected popular brand goods and designer clothes to those that run a cafe, gallery, restaurant and shop at the same time.
5-1 10 Corso Como 5-2 Daily Projects 5-3 Boon the Shop

11:00-20:00, Weekends 11:00-24:00 02-3018-1010 11:00-20:30 02-3218-4072 11:00-20:00, Sun. 12:00-19:00 02-3440-1179

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Many of Seouls business centers are concentrated here. The Coex complex is a key landmark of this area. The convention center, a department store, five-star hotels, an aquarium, casino and city air terminal are just a few of the facilities housed here. In total, it has more than 300 shops and restaurants and was a venue for the G20 Seoul Summit in 2010.

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This is the largest exhibition venue with numerous exhibition halls, a convention center and meeting rooms. There are various additional facilities including a five-star hotel, casino, the largest underground shopping mall in Asia, museums and an aquarium, making it a key destination for exhibitions, culture and sightseeing. 1-1 Coex Mall the largest underground shopping mall in Asia, with more
than 180 shops, 100 cafes and restaurants. 02-6000-0114 http://www. coexmall.com *Please contact for one to two days of various shops. 1-2 Coex Aquarium A marine theme park that presents an underwater environment created to closely resemble nature and where visitors can see diverse aquatic animals and plants. 10:00-20:00 (Open throughout the year) 02-6002-6200 http://www.coexaqua.co.kr 1-3 Kimchi Museum A museum built on the theme of kimchi where artifacts related to kimchi, the kimchi making process and over 80 different types of kimchi are on display. 10:00-18:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-6002-6456 http://www.kimchimuseum.co.kr

2 Bongeunsa(Temple)

The temple was built in 794. During the Joseon Dynasty, it was the largest temple in Seoul, and the magnificent splendor of the old days still remains here. The temple, where people can experience Buddhist culture in the center of the city, is highly popular among tourists.
02-511-6070~4 http://www.bongeun.org
2-1 Bongeunsa Temple Stay It is a cultural experience program through

which participants can experience the daily life of monks for one to two days.

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This is the workplace of traditional artisans where you can experience traditional culture. Visitors can watch artisans make handicrafts or make them firsthand under the instruction of artisans. In addition, traditional performances are held every Wednesday.
02-3011-1788 http://www.kous.or.kr
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4 Seonjeongneung(Royal Tombs)

Here, King Seongjong, the 9th king of the Joseon Dynasty, rests in peace with Queen Jeonghyeon, as well as King Jungjong, the 11th king of the dynasty. The royal tombs are preserved quite well and the place was listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in 2009.
Mar.-Oct. 06:00-21:00, Nov.-Feb. 06:30-21:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-568-1291 http://seonjeong.cha.go.kr

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63City

Eight Themes of Seoul


Where can we find UNESCO World Heritage sites in Seoul? Where and how can we see the Hangang (River)? For those who are thinking of visiting Seoul, here are eight themes of how to enjoy the city. Whatever you choose, you will not regret itthis is Seoul.
Cultural Heritage............................ 34 Landmarks.................................... 36
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Shopping....................................... 40 Museums and Galleries.................. 42 Entertainment................................ 44 Hangang Tour................................. 46 Savor Seoul ................................... 48

Changyeonggung (Palace)
Tourist attractions

[ Map B2, 2 ]
Coordinates Index No.

By utilizing the index and Seoul Tourist Map on pages 56 and 57, you can easily locate tourist attractions under the Eight Themes of Seoul section.

Cultural Heritage

Deoksugung (Palace)

Seoul Koreas capital and a metropolis with a population of over 10,000,000. However, beneath its surface lies the 500-year history of the Joseon Dynasty. It has five royal palaces where kings and queens used to reside, as well as royal shrines and royal tombs that have served as their spaces after life. Seoul is one of few cities where you can encounter long history and culture in the city center.

Changyeonggung (Palace)
[ Map B2, 2 ]

The palace was built in 1483 by King Seongjong. During the Japanese colonial era, a zoo and a park were set up in the court, but the palace has regained its old splendor after restoration. Honghwamun, its main gate, and Myeongjeongjeon, the main hall, are renowned as representative examples of the 17th century architectural style of the Joseon Dynasty.
Line 4 Hyehwa Station, Exit 4 Apr.-Oct. 09:0018:00, Nov. & Mar. 09:00-17:30, Dec.-Feb. 09:0017:00 (Closed on Mondays) *Guided tour available in English, Japanese and Chinese (Please contact for exact 02-762-4868 http://cgg.cha.go.kr tour hours)

Gyeonghuigung (Palace)
[ Map B2, 5 ]

It was an enormous palace with more than 100 halls during the Joseon Dynasty. At present, the main hall, foundation stones and a dense forest

Gyeonghuigung (Palace)

at the back of the palace remain, showing the traces of its old days. Thus, it is often used as a filming location for historical dramas. Each year, musicals set in royal court are performed in front of Sungjeongjeon Hall, breaking the stillness of the palace.
Line 5 Seodaemun Station, Exit 4 / Line 5 Gwang09:00-18:00, weekends / hwamun Station, Exit 7 02holidays 09:00-18:00 (Closed on Mondays) 724-0274~6

Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty


Tombs of kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty; among the total 44 tombs, 40 are registered as UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites, and six of them are located in Seoul. Not only the stone figures and halls but also natural surroundings of the tombs are well preserved, showing the royal culture and the understanding of afterlife of the Joseon Dynasty.
Differ seasonally (Please contact for exact hours). Royal Tomb Museum of the Joseon Dynasty http:// royaltombs.cha.go.kr Line 2 Seonjeongneung [ Map C3, 8 ] Seolleung Station, Exit 8 ( P.31) Heonilleung [ Map C3, 9 ] Line 3 Yangjae Station, Exit 7 / Line 2 Gangnam Station, Exit 3 Uireung [Map C1, 10 ] Line 1 Sinimun Station, Exit 1 / Line 6 Dolgoji Station, Exit 7 Jeongneung [Map B1, 11 ] Line 4 Sungshin Womens Univ. Station, Exit 6 Taegangneung [ Map C1, 12 ] Line 1, 6 Seokgye Station, Exit 6 / Line 6, 7 Taereung Station, Exit 7 / Line 6 Hwarangdae Station, Exit 1 Yeonsangunmyo [ Map B1, Line 1, 4 Changdong Station, 13 ] Exit 1 / Line 4 Ssangmun Station, Exit 2

Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall)

Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall)


[ Map B1, 14 ]

This is an 18.2km-long fortress wall surrounding Seoul. The fortress was constructed immediately after Joseon was founded and underwent a long period of rebuilding. You can enjoy the great view of downtown Seoul while walking along the wall. It is also interesting to see numerous hidden paths and floodgates built during the Joseon Dynasty.
Apr.-Oct. 09:00-15:00, Nov.-Mar. 10:00-15:00 http://www.bukak.or.kr *Entry (Closed on Mondays) allowed for those with identification cards (national ID card, drivers license, passport, certificate of alien registration) who fill out entry application forms at the information office Malbawi Information Office Line 3 Anguk Station, Exit 2 / Line 4 Hyehwa Station, Exit 1 Sukjeongmun Information Office Line 4 Hansung Univ. Station, Exit 6 Changuimun Information Office Line 3 Gyeongbokgung Station, Exit 3

Cultural heritages in 12 areas


Gyeongbokgung (Palace) Changdeokgung (Palace) Deoksugung (Palace) Jongmyo (Royal Shrine) Unhyeongung (Palace) P.09 P.17 P.11 P.13 P.15

Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty UNESCO Cultural Heritage sites in Seoul include Jongmyo (Royal Shrine), Changdeokgung (Palace) and six Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty. Jongmyo (Royal Shrine) was designated as a UNESCO Cultural Heritage site in 1995, followed by Changdeokgung (Palace) in 1997 and the Royal Tombs in 2009.

Volunteer cultural heritage guides


The Rediscovery of Korea Gyeongbukgung (Palace), Changdeokgung (Palace), Changgyeonggung (Palace), Deoksugung (Palace), Jongmyo (Royal Shrine), Royal Tombs of the Joseon Dynasty Fridays & Saturdays *Reservation on the 02-723-4206, 4210 homepage required http://www.rekor.or.kr (English, Japanese and Chinese guides available) Palace Guide Gyeongbokgung (Palace), Changdeokgung (Palace), Changgyeonggung (Palace), Deoksugung (Palace), Jongmyo (Royal Shrine) Sundays *Reservation on the homepage required 02-2273-2276 http://www.palaceguide.or.kr

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Landmarks

There are attractions that you should definitely visit, if you are to say that you have traveled Seoul. They include historic sites that have represented Seoul for years such as Seoul Station and Sungnyemun(Gate), as well as visually impressive spots such as N Seoul Tower and 63City. A commemorative photograph taken at one of these places will refresh the memory of your visit to Seoul. Lotte World
[ Map C3, 17 ]

This is a complex that incorporates a theme park, hotel, department store, duty free shop, museum and ice rink. Among them, Lotte World Adventure is the worlds largest indoor theme park with Lotte World the theme of a miniature global village. Visitors can enjoy various rides as well as over 70 splendid performances and events.
Connected to Line 2 Jamsil Station, Exit 4 09:3002-411-2000 http://www.lotteworld.com 23:00

63City

Former Seoul Railway Station


[ Map B2, 18 ]

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This is a high-rise landmark building that represents Hangang (River). Sky Art, where visitors can enjoy spectacular views and exhibitions, is the highest art gallery in the world. In addition, you can visit the Wax Museum where wax figures of worldwide celebrities are displayed, Seaworld aquarium or IMAX Theater that shows 3D movies, and watch Marionette, a B-boy musical.
Get out of Line 1 Daebang Station, Exit 6 / Line 5 Yeouinaru Station, Exit 4 / Line 5 Yeouido Station, Exit 5 / Line 9 Saetgang Station, Exit 1; then take the free shuttle bus to 63City. Please contact for exact hours 02-789-5663 http://www.63.co.kr

The modern structure built in the 1920s used to be the center of transportation that linked Seoul and cities all over Korea. After undergoing remodeling, it is currently being used as a cultural complex called Culture Station Seoul 284. Here, diverse cultural events are held that include exhibitions of sculptures by contemporary Korean artists, the showing of art films, band concerts and artists lectures.
Line 1, 4 Seoul Station, Exit 2, 3 11:00-19:00, 02Weekends 11:00-20:00 (Closed on Mondays) http://www.seoulstation.org 3407-3500

Former Seoul Railway Station

Moonlight Rainbow Fountain & N Seoul Tower

World Cup Park

[ Map A2, 22 ]

This was built in commemoration of the 2002 Korea-Japan World Cup. The site used to be a landfill, but now it has been turned into an ecological park with wetlands, flower beds, a yacht field, an observatory, etc. It consists of five parks with different themes, including Pyeonghwa Park where World Cup Stadium is located, Haneul Park, Noeul Park, Nanjicheon Park and Nanji Hangang Park.
Line 6 World Cup Stadium Station, Exit 1 Pyeonghwa Park and Nanjicheon Park are open 24 hours a day; Haneul Park and Noeul Park are closed everyday starting 1 hour after sunset. [ Map B1, 23 ]

Cheongwadae Sarangchae

Cheongwadae (Blue House)

Cheonggyecheon (Stream)

It is the executive office and official residence of the President of the Republic of Korea. It is open to the public from Tuesday to Friday, but visitors are restricted from going inside the buildings, where state affairs are officially handled. It takes around 1 hour and 30 minutes to tour outside the buildings on foot.
Line 3 Gyeongbokgung Station, Exit 3 02-730http://www.president. 5800, tour@president.go.kr go.kr *Advance reservation on the homepage is required. Visitors need to carry identification cards (residence registration card, drivers license, passport, certificate of alien registration). Cheongwadae Sarangchae [ Map B2, 69 ] The gallery operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government presents exhibits on former presidents of Korea and the city of Seoul. It consists of the Republic of Korea Hall that presents the history of Korea, Hi Seoul Hall that introduces Seoul, and G-20 Lounge set up in commemoration of the G20 Summit held in Seoul. 02-723-0300 http://www.cwdsarangchae.kr *Visitors can make telephone requests for a foreign language guide in advance.

Landmarks in 12 areas
N Seoul Tower Gwanghwamun Square Cheonggyecheon (Stream) Sungnyemun (Gate) Cheonggye Plaza Myeongdong Cathedral Dongdaemun Design Plaza Coex P.21 P.09 P.13 P.21 P.09 P.19 P.25 P.31

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Experience Traditional Culture

Namsangol Hanok Village


[ Map B2, 24 ]

A traditional village set up by moving wellpreserved Korean-style houses (hanok) to one place. Old household items are displayed in traditional houses and a pavilion and pond are built to recreate a village of the Joseon Dynasty. Visitors can observe the housing culture of Joseon and then participate in traditional cultural experience programs held every day. A demonstration of a traditional wedding ceremony takes place each Sunday.
Line 3, 4 Chungmuro Station, Exit 3, 4 Apr.Oct. 09:00-21:00, Nov.-Mar. 09:00-20:00 (Closed on 02-2264-4412 http://hanokmaeul. Tuesdays) seoul.go.kr Seoul Namsan Traditional Theater [ Map B2, 84 ] A traditional performing arts theater located in Namsangol Hanok Village that offers various traditional performances and experience programs such as the Korean clothing experience and tea ceremony experience. 02-2261-0512~5 http://sngad.sejongpac.or.kr

It is easy to enjoy and learn about traditional Korean culture in Seoul. In just one or two hours, you can either be photographed in hanbok (Korean traditional clothes) with beautiful lines and colors or make kimchi firsthand. You shouldnt miss the experiences of making special articles with hanji (Korean paper) and learning to play Korean traditional instruments.

Korea House - Tea Ceremony

Namsangol Hanok Village

Taekwondo event

Korea House

Visitors can experience the traditional Korean way of life and culture. They can also watch traditional Korean performances, enjoy royal a hanjeongsik (traditional Korean set menus) or hanjeongsik buffet or take part in a kimchimaking program. At Chiseongwan, traditional cultural experience programs that take around two hours are offered, including craft making, tea ceremony and traditional dance.
Line 3, 4 Chungmuro Station, Exit 3 Please ask about different hours of meals, performances and experiences at the time of booking. 02-2266-9101~3 http://www.koreahouse.or.kr

[ Map B2, 26 ]

Visitors marvel as they see the imposing main hall where masters of taekwondo from all over the world practice as well as when they witness its long history at Taekwondo Memorial Hall through more than 2,500 reference materials on taekwondo.
Line 2 Gangnam Station, Exit 8 / Line 9 Nonhyeon Mon.-Fri. 09:00-11:30, 13:00Station, Exit 4, 5 02-567-1058,9 http://www.kukkiwon. 17:30 or.kr *Regular Taekwondo events are maintained. Please contact for the site of these events, which differ yearly.

Kukkiwon

It is the mecca of taekwondo that any Korean who practices the martial art visits at least once.

[ Map B3, 28 ]

Traditional cultural experience programs in 12 areas


Bukchon Hanok Village Samcheonggak Korea Cultural House Jogyesa (Temple) Bongeunsa (Temple) P.17 P.17 P.31 P.15 P.31

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Shopping
Central City

From shopping streets packed with a wide variety of shops to luxury brand stores, mega shopping malls, traditional markets and specialty shops, in Seoul, there are numerous shopping sites that attract not only shopaholics, but also the average visitor, where fantastic shopping items please your eyes. Mega shopping malls
These shopping malls comprise department stores, brand shops, restaurants, cafes and multiplex theaters. They are very convenient for visitors who can enjoy shopping, meals and cultural events in one place.
Times Square [ Map A3, 32 ] Connected 10:30-22:00 to Line 1 Yeongdeungpo Station http://www.timessquare.co.kr Central City [ Map B3, 33 ] Connected 10:00to Line 3, 7, 9 Express Bus Terminal Station 22:00 http://www.centralcityseoul.co.kr IPark Mall [ Map B2, 34 ] Connected to http:/ /www. Line 1 Yongsan Station 11:00-20:30 iparkmall.co.kr

Yongsan Electronics Shopping Mall [ Map B2, 35 ] Connected to Line 1 Yongsan Station 10:00-20:00 BITPLEX [Map B2, 36 ] Line 2, 5 & Jungang 10:00-22:00 Line Wangsimni Station, Exit 5 http://www.bitplex.co.kr D-Cube City [ Map A3, 37 ] Connected to Line 1, 2 Sindorim Station 10:30-22:00 http://www. dcubecity.com Garden 5 [Map C3, 38 ] Line 8 Jangji Station, Exit 3 10:30-22:00 http://www.garden5.com *Please refer to relevant homepage for exact operating hours of different shops in these malls.

Traditional markets
In these markets, there are hundreds of shops, street stalls and display stands in web-like alleys. Whatever you want, you can find it here; the market is filled with a wide variety of items and it is vibrant with people Seoul Folk Flea Market bargaining over prices. It is great fun to find interesting items and try various snacks sold in the food alleys.
Seoul Folk Flea Market [Map B2, 41 ] Line 1 Sinseoldong Station, Exit 6 10:00-19:00 (Closed on 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month) Kwangjang Market [ Map B2, 42 ] Line 1 Jongno 5-ga Station, Exit 8 / Line 2, 5 Euljiro 4-ga Station, 09:00-18:00 (Food alleys -23:00) Exit 4 Seoul Yangnyeong Market [ Map B2, 43 ] Line 1 Jegi-dong Station, Exit 2 09:00-19:00 (Closed on Sundays)

Times Square

Duty-free shops
If you have your passport and airline ticket, you can enjoy shopping at discount prices. Duty free shops in airports and key downtown areas as well as online duty free shops offer popular do mestic and foreign brandname products and souWalkerhill Duty Free Shop venirs.
Lotte Duty Free Shop [ Map B2, 47 ] 09:00-19:00 Line 3 Dongguk Univ. Station, Exit 5 http://www.shilladfs. (Open throughout the year) com Shilla Duty Free Shop [ Map B2, 48 ] 09:00-19:00 Line 3 Dongguk Univ. Station, Exit 5 http://www.shilladfs.com Donghwa Duty Free Shop [Map B2, 49 ] Line 5 Gwanghwamun Station, Exit 6 09:3020:30 http://www.dongwhadfs.com Walkerhill Duty Free Shop [ Map C2, 50 ] Line 5 Gwangnaru Station, Exit 4, Use hotel 10:00-21:30 shuttle bus (Contact: 02-450-4669) http://www.skdutyfree.com Lotte World Duty Free Shop [ Map Line 2 Jamsil Station, Exit 3 09:30-21:00 C3, 51 ] http://lottedfs.com Lotte Gimpo Airport Duty Free Shop [ Map A2, 52 ] Line 5 Gimpo Intl Airport 06:30-20:30 http://lottedfs.com Station

Shopping in 12 areas
Coex Mall Namdaemun Market The Galleria Luxury Hall Lotte Town Shinsegae Department Store Myeong-dong Street Pyounghwa Clothing Market Dongdaemun Shopping Complex Itaewon Antique Street Apgujeong-dong Rodeo Street Cheongdam-dong Street P.31 P.21 P.28 P.19 P.19 P.19 P.25 P.25 P.27 P.28 P.28

Myeong-dong Street

Apgujeong-dong Rodeo Street

Namdaemun Market

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Museums and Galleries

Museums and galleries are where Seouls traditional culture and arts are gathered. World-class art museums, historical museums where you can learn about the countrys past and galleries where you can see both global and Korean artwork showcase Seouls past and present as well as its arts and culture. Seoul Museum of History
[ Map B2, 62 ]

At the museum, you can see the past and present of Seoul at a glance. Artifacts that show the way of life and culture of people in Seoul are displayed. Seoul Museum of History In particular, there is a large 1/1,500 model of the city at the Seoul City Panoramic Theater, which enables you to look down on the entire city.
Line 3 Gyeongbokgung Station, Exit 1 / Line 5 Gyeongbokgung Station, Exit 4 09:00-20:50, weekends 09:0018:50, winter 09:00-17:50 (Closed on Mondays) *Free rental of portable audio-visual guide system 10:000219:00 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) http://www.museum.seoul.kr 724-0274~6

History is where the history and culture that flourished for 500 years under Baekjes rule are on display. Exhibits include relics excavated from Pungnaptoseong (Mud Rampart), Mongchontoseong (Earthen Fortification) and Seokchondong Stone Mound Tombs located near the museum. It is scheduled to open officially in April 2012.
Line 5 Olympic Park Station, Exit 3 / Line 8 Mong09:00-18:00 (Open chontoseong Station, Exit 1 02-2152-5811~4 http:// throughout the year) baekjemuseum.seoul.go.kr

Seodaemun Prison History Hall


[ Map B2, 64 ]

Hanseong Museum of History


[ Map C3, 63 ]

Seoul was the capital of the Baekje Kingdom from 18 BC to AD 475. Hanseong Museum of

This is a museum converted from a prison where Koreans who engaged in the independence movement during the Japanese colonial period were tortured or executed. Torture instruments and prison cells have been recreated based on historical research, and the place of execution remains the same as it was at that time.
Line 3 Dongnimmun Station, Exit 5 09:30-18:00,

Hanseong Museum of History

Hangaram Art Museum at Seoul Arts Center

National Museum of Korea

winter 09:30-17:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-360http://www.sscmc.or.kr/culture2 8590, 1

Museums and galleries in 12 areas


National Museum of Korea National Palace Museum of Korea The National Folk Museum of Korea The War Memorial of Korea Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art Seoul Museum of Art Cheongwadae Sarangchae The Story of King Sejong / The Story of Admiral Yi Sunshin Cheonggyecheon Museum Unique museums in Bukchon Space*c Kimchi Museum P.09 P.27 P.26 P.11 P.37 P.27 P.09

 angaram Art Museum at Seoul Arts H Center [ Map B3, 66 ]


At the museum, top-quality exhibitions, including special exhibitions usually on contemporary art and global-level temporary exhibitions, are held throughout the year. throughout the year. A superb lighting system provides near-natural light and enables the audience to appreciate the lines and colors of the artwork from a close distance.
Line 3 Nambu Bus Terminal Station, Exit 5 Mar.02-580Oct. 11:00-20:00, Nov.-Feb. 11:00-19:00 1300 http://www.sac.or.kr

Kansong Art Museum [ Map B1, 78 ]

P.09 P.13 P.17 P.29 P.31

This is a museum with a major collection of traditional Korean artwork. It holds various works from Goryeo celadon to white porcelain from the Joseon Dynasty, Buddha sculptures, paintings and stone pagodas. The museum is open just twice a year, in May and October, and numerous art lovers enthusiastically look forward to these periods.
Line 4 Hyehwa Station, Exit 4 02-762-0442

Famous gallery streets in Seoul Line 3 GyeongbokSagan-dong Gallery Street gung Station, Exit 5 Pyeongchang-dong Museum Street Line 3 Gyeongbok-gung Station, Exit 3 Janghanpyeong Antique Furniture Street Line 5 Janghanpyeong Station, Exit 1, 2 Line 3 Anguk Station, Insa-dong Antique Street Exit 1, 6
National Folk Museum

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Entertainment

NANTA

After sightseeing and experiencing a different culture in Seoul, it may be a good idea to relax a little bit. Why dont you enjoy the citys entertainment rather than resting at the hotel? You can laugh your heart out watching nonverbal performances or enjoy splendid nightlife. Nonverbal performances NANTA

Jump

A martial arts performance based on a humorous incident caused by a thief who enters a house where martial arts masters live.
Line 1 Jonggak Station, Exit 4 / Line 1 Jongno 3-ga Mon. 20:00, Tue.- Sat. 16:00, Station, Exit 15 02-722-3995 17:00, 20:00, Sun. 15:00, 18:00 http://www.yegam.com

[ Map B2, 88 ]

SACHOOM

[ Map B2, 89 ]

A musical that combines various dance genres such as hip hop, jazz, contemporary and break dancing.
Line 5 Jongno 3-ga Station, Mon.-Fri. 20:00, Sat. Exit 5 16:00, 19:30, Sun. 16:00 http://www. 02-3676-7616,7 lovedance.co.kr
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This is a nonverbal performance that depicts comic situations that take place around a restaurant kitchen using the rhythms of samulnori (Korean traditional percussion quartet).
17:00, 20:00, Myeongdong Theater 14:00, 17:00, 02-739-8288 http://nanta.i-pmc.co.kr 20:00 Line, Jeongdong NANTA Theater [ Map B2, 86 ] 2 City Hall Station, Exit 1 / Line 5 Seodaemun Station, Exit 5 Line Myeongdong NANTA Theater [ Map B2, 86 ] 4 Myeongdong Station Exit 5, 6 / Line 2 Euljiro 1-ga Station, Exit 5, 6 Line 2, Hongdae NANTA Theater [ Map A2, 86 ] Airport Railroad Hongik Univ. Station, Exit 9

SACHOOM

Drawing Show Hero


[ Map B2, 90 ]

A drawing performance in which four actors draw a picture every 5 minutes using diverse tools and materials.
Line 2, 3 Euljiro 3-ga, Exit 8 Weekdays 20:00, Sat. 16:00, 19:00, Sun. 15:00, 18:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-766-7848 http://www.myungbo.com

PAN

A permanent performance where various Korean traditional performing arts including mask dance, gut (shaman ritual), pansori (narrative songs) and nongak (farmers music) can be enjoyed in one show.
Jump

[ Map B2, 91 ]

Line 3 Gyeongbokgung Station, Exit 1 Weekdays 20:00, weekends 14:00 (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays) 02-722-3416 http://www.ghmarthall.co.kr

Bibap

Seven Luck Casino (Gangnam)

Walkerhill Show Legend of Flower

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A traditional Korean performing arts show that puts together various genres of Korean art such as traditional dance, percussion music and taekwondo.
Line 5 Gwangnaru Station, Exit 2 Mon.-Sat. Part 1 16:50-18:50, Part 2 19:30-21:30 (Closed on Sundays) 02-455-5000 http://www.sheratonwalkerhill.co.kr

Line 2, 3 Euljiro 3-ga Station, Exit 8 Tue.-Sat. 0216:00, 20:00, Sun. 16:00 (Closed on Mondays) 586-8489 http://www.drumcat.co.kr

Casinos
Foreigner-only casinos with roulette, various table games and slot machines
Line Seven Luck Casino (Gangnam) [ Map C3, 95 ] 02-3466-6000 2 Samseong Station, Exit 5, 6 http://www.7luck.com Seven Luck Casino (Millenium Seoul Hilton) [ Map Line 1, 4 Seoul Station, Exit 8 02-2021B2, 96 ] http://www.7luck.com 6000 Line 5 Paradise Walkerhill Casino [ Map C2, 97 ] 02-456-2121 http:// Gwangnaru Station, Exit 2 www.paradisecasino.co.kr

Bibap

a performance that shows the process of making bibimbap with beatboxing, a cappella, B-boying and martial art.
Line 1, 2 City Hall Station, Exit 3 Mon. 20:00, Tue.-Sat. 17:00, 20:00, Sun. 15:00, 18:00 (Closed on http://www.bibap.co.kr Mondays) 02-765-0815

[ Map B2, 94 ]

Drum Cat

A performance of the worlds first all-female percussion group. Passionate rhythms of jazz, rock and Latin music blend with an energetic NANTA-style performance.

[ Map B2, 92 ]

Entertainment in 12 areas
Chongdong Theater Hongdaes clubs Coex Aquarium P.11 P.23 P.31

Drum Cat

Performance Theaters in Seoul Seoul Arts Center [ Map B3, 79 ]

02-580-

1300

http://www.sac.or.kr 02-2005-0114
Chongdong Theater <MISO>

LG Art Center [ Map B3, 80 ]

http://www.lgart.com
Hoam Art Hall [ Map B2, 81 ]

02-751-9606 02-2230-

http://www.hoamarthall.org
Chungmu Art Hall [ Map B2, 82 ]

6600

http://www.cmah.or.kr 02-738-8289

Coex Artium [ Map C3, 83 ]

http://www.coex.co.kr
National Theater of Korea [ Map B2, 85 ]

02-2280-4114

http://www.ntok.go.kr

Hongdaes clubs

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Hangang Tour

Hangang (River), traversing the city, is a favorite destination for Seoul citizens who want to relax. Twelve parks built along the riverside, 23 bridges that shine in splendid lighting at night, various amusements and spectacles never cease to draw visitors to the river. Cruise ships
Hangang cruise tours enable you to see various views of Seoul while feeling the cool breeze from the river on your face. Various tour courses offer different attractions, including a popular course that passes under the Banpodaegyo (Bridge) where the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain is located. There are also themed cruise ships where you can enjoy a live band performance and a buffet dinner.

Yeouido Quay Line 5 Yeouinaru Station, Exit 3; Jamsil Quay Line 2 Sincheon Station, Exit 7; Yanghwa Quay Line 2, 9 Dangsan Station, Exit 4; Ttukseom Quay Line 7 Ttukseom Park Station, Exit 7 02-3271-6900 http://www.hcruise.co.kr

Hangang Viewing Cafe

You can enjoy the beautiful scenery of Hangang (River) from one of these places built on the bridges over the river. During the day, you can see the blue river and green parks; in the early evening, the beautiful sunset decorates the sky and the river; and at night, you can have tea or coffee while enjoying the spectacular night view. In addition, you can view exhibitions held in some of the observatories and cafes.
Riverview 8th Avenue 8 [ Map C2, 100 ] Line 5 Gwangnaru Station, Exit 2 / Line 5, 8 Cheonho Station, Exit 2 *Filming location of TV drama Iris Riverview Bom Cafe [ Map C3, 101 ] Line 2 Jamsil Station, Exit 7 Mapo Sunset Observatory [Map A2, 102 ] Line 5 Yeouinaru Station, Exit 2 Cafe Aritaum Yanghwa [ Map A2, 103 ] Lines 2, 9 Dangsan Station, Exit 4 Cafe Aritaum Seonyu [ Map A2, 104 ] Line 9 Seonyudo Station, Exit 3 Hannam Saemal Cafe [ Map B2, 105 ] Get out from Line 3 Sinsa Station, Exit 4 and transfer to bus.

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Nanji Swimming Pool Mangwon Swimming Pool

Yanghwa Quay
Cafe Aritaum Seonyu Cafe Aritaum Yanghwa Seoul Marina Club & Yacht Yeouido Swimming Pool Mapo Sunset Observatory Yeouido Floating Stage

Yeouido Quay Nodeul Jiknyeo Cafe Nodeul Gyeonu Cafe

to performances, visitors can enjoy musical fountain shows, LED lighting and laser shows.
Line 5 Yeouinaru Station, Exit 2 http://www. floating-stage.com *Please refer to the homepage for performance schedule

Water Taxi
This is an attraction of Hangang (River) that connects the east and west of Seoul the most swiftly. It is gaining popularity because it allows rapid travel in the refreshing breeze.
Please contact for operation hours which differ seasonally. 1588-3960 http://www.pleasantseoul.com

Hangang Parks
Hangang (River)

Nodeul Gyeonu Jiknyeo Cafe [ Map B3, 106 /107 ] Line 4 Sinyongsan Station, Exit 2 / Line 4, Jungang Line Ichon Station, Exit 4 Dongjak Noeul Gureum Cafe [ Map B3, 108 / 109 ] Line 4 Dongjak Station, Exit 1, 2

There are 12 parks built along Hangang (River). Each park has bicycle paths, walking trails and various sports facilities, attracting a lot of people to exercise in the mornings and evenings.
http://hangang.seoul.go.kr Popular Hangang Parks Nanji Hangang Park It has camping facilities including grills and tables, to help visitors camp while admiring the river view. Line 6 Mapo-gu Office Station, Exit 7 Seonyudo Hangang Park an ecological park made by remodeling a former water purification plant. The park is characterized by over 10,000 different water plants and a birch tree forest. Line 9 Seonyudo Station, Exit 2 Yeouido Hangang Park Famous for various festivals held there. Cherry Blossom Festival in spring and Fireworks Festival in summer bring a large Line 5 Yeouinaru number of people to the park. Station, Exit 2, 3 Banpo Hangang Park This is where the Moonlight Rainbow Fountain is located. Spouts of water falling from Banpodaegyo (Bridge) in splendid lighting present a fantastic view. *Operated between Line 4 Dongjak Station, Exit 1, 2 Mar.-Oct. Ttukseom Hangang Park This park is equipped with water sports facilities including waterskiing Line 7 Ttukseom Park and motor boat riding. Station, Exit 2, 3

Hangang River Swimming Pools


Swimming pools are built in seven Hangang parks. They are loved by Seoul citizens in summer because they can swim in the center of the city looking over the wide open river.
July-Aug. 09:00-18:00 Gwangnaru Swimming Pool 02-470-9561, Ttukseom Swimming Pool 02452-5955, Mangwon Swimming Pool 02-322-6302, Jamwon Swimming Pool 02-536-8263, Jamsil Swimming Pool 02-421-2574, Yeouido Swimming Pool 02785-0478, Nanji Swimming Pool 02-3151-0256

Seoul Marina Club & Yacht [Map A2, 110]

White, exotic yachts moored with skyscrapers of Yeouido in the background: Here, you can sail in a yacht, touring along Hangang (River) and enjoying the views of downtown Seoul.
Line 2, 9 Dangsan Station, Exit 4 Please contact for operation hours which differ according to yacht types. (Closed on Mondays) 02-423-7888 http:// www.seoul-marina.com

Yeouido Floating Stage

[Map A2, 111]

This is the worlds first waterborne stage that can be opened and closed. Here, diverse types of performances such as theater, dance, musicals and concerts are held. In addition

Gwangnaru Swimming Pool Riverview 8th Avenue

Ttukseom Quay
Ttukseom Swimming Pool

Hannam Saemal Cafe


Jamwon Swimming Pool Dongjak Noeul Cafe Dongjak Gureum Cafe

Jamsil Quay

Riverview Bom Cafe Jamsil Swimming Pool

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Savor Seoul

Galbi Gui

Seoul offers so many kinds of excellent treats that three meals a day may feel insufficient to you. From traditional dishes with superb flavor and nutrition to snacks that you can eat conveniently on the streets, the city is filled with great restaurants and delicacies so that you dont need to waste time figuring out what to eat. Galbi Gui

Kimchi Kimbap

Samgyetang

Naengmyeon

Buckwheat noodles doused in cold meat broth or mixed with spicy seasoning is a seasonal delicacy of summer.

Bulgogi

Ribs marinated in sweet soy sauce and charcoal grilled

Traditional Korean dish of beef marinated in sweet sauce and roasted on a special grill

Guksu

Bibimbap

Noodles boiled and doused in hot soup or mixed with spicy seasoning

Kimbap

It is a well-being dish of rice topped with various vegetables, stir-fried beef and egg, which is mixed with red pepper paste before eaten.

Made by spreading properly cooked rice evenly on dried seaweed, adding pickled radish, some vegetables, etc. and rolling it up.

Samgyeopsal

Thick-sliced pork with proper combination of fat and lean meat roasted on a special grill

Kimchi

Samgyetang

A traditional Korean dish made of vegetables including cabbage, radish and cucumber mixed with red pepper powder and various seasonings

A representative health food for summer in which an entire chicken is boiled until tender in soup with several medicinal herbs and sweet rice.

Hanjeongsik

Tteokbokki

Sundubu Jjigae

Soft tofu stew with green onion, garlic and red pepper powder seasoning cooked in an earthenware pot

Makgeolli

Traditional Korean liquor made by fermenting rice; it is rich in lacto acid and dietary fiber.

Japchae

Bossam and Jokbal

Chewy glass noodles, sauted vegetables and beef mixed with soy sauce and sesame oil

Mild dishes of pork boiled until tender with medicinal herbs


Famous food alleys in Seoul Ojang-dong Naengmyeon Street You can taste mul naengmyeon (chilled buckwheat noodle soup), bibim naengmyeon (spicy mixed buckwheat noodles), hoe naengmyeon (spicy buckwheat noodles Line 2 Euljiro 4-ga Station with raw fish), etc. Insa-dong Street Here, you can find numerous hanjeongsik restaurants that serve various different types of hanjeongsik from gungjung hanjeongsik (Korean traditional royal cuisine-style set menu) to tosok hanjeongsik (traditional folk-style set menu). Line 3 Anguk Station / Line 1 Jonggak Station Nagwon-dong Tteokjeongeori It is a street where rice cakes to be presented to the royal palace were produced. The tradition is continued here by rice cake shops that make and sell various kinds of rice cake. Line 1, 3, 5 Jongno 3-ga Station Sindang-dong Tteokbokki Town There are a lot of snack shops well known for jeukseok tteokbokki (tteokbokki on the spot with various ingredients) in this area. They also sell spicy dakbal (chicken Line 5, 6 Cheonggu Station / Line 2, 6 feet). Sindang Station Jangchung-dong's Jokbal Alley It is filled with restaurants where you can have jokbal (pigs trotters) boiled until tender with medicinal herbs. Line 3 Dongguk Univ. Station Mapo Galbi Jumulleok Street Here, visitors can taste marinated and grilled pork ribs and grilled beef sirloin with soy sauce. Line 5 Mapo Station Daerim Market Gamjaguk Street There are a lot of restaurants that sell thick potato soup prepared by adding potatoes and spicy sauce to pork backbone stock and simmering it for a long time. Line 6 Saejeol Station Euljiro Golbaengi Muchim Street You can eat freshwater snails mixed with spicy red pepper powder along with beer or makgeolli (Korean rice liquor). Line 3 Euljiro 3-ga Station Yongdu-dong Jjukkumi Street There are many restaurants specializing in spicy stir-fried small octopus. Line 1 Jegi-dong Station Dongdaemun Saengseon Gui / Dak Hanmari Street Here, you can taste aromatic fish grilled over a briLine 1, 4 quette fire and boiled whole chicken. Dongdaemun Station

Jeon (Buchimgae)

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Various foodstuffs including meat, vegetables and fish covered with wheat flour and egg and then pan-fried

Jeon (Buchimgae)

Traditional beverages

Traditional beverages made using rice or medicinal herbs include sikhye (rice punch), sujeonggwa (cinnamon punch) and hwachae (fruit punch).

Juk

Nutritious porridge made with various foodstuffs such as rice, sweet rice, pumpkin or abalone.

Hanjeongsik

Korean traditional set menus consisting of kimchi, bulgogi, doenjang jjigae (soybean paste stew), jeotgal (salted seafood) and jang (soybean paste)

Doenjang Jjigae and Cheonggukjang

Fermented food items with a distinctive, pleasant aroma and taste of soy beans as well as anticancer benefits

Tteok and Hangwa

Traditional snacks made by kneading grain flours and steaming or frying doughs in various shapes

Tteokbokki

An exemplary Korean snack food of sliced rice cake, fish cake and green onion stir-fried in red pepper paste sauce

Makgeolli

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Seoul City Tour Bus


If you buy just one ticket, you can conveniently visit major tourist attractions in Seoul. The Seoul City Tour Bus is a hop-on, hop-off shuttle bus that circles around fixed routes, and you can use it as much as you want throughout one day.
[How to buy tickets] Tickets can be bought from the bus guide on board the bus. / Ticket booth next to the

Koreana Hotel in Gwanghwamun / If you have bought a Citypass, you can use it on downtown circular routes. Closed on Mondays (Although the tour bus is operated when a national holiday falls on Monday) *Full http://www. operation during summer holiday period (4th week of July - Aug.15) 02-777-6090 Line 5 Gwanghwamun Station, Exit 6 (In front of Donghwa Duty Free Shop in seoulcitybus.com Gwanghwamun)

City Circulation Tour (Single-decker bus)


09:00-21:00 (Last bus departs at 19:00), 30 min. intervals (20-25 min. during summer holiday period) Gwanghwamun Deoksugung (Palace) Namdaemun Market Seoul Station USO Yongsan Station National Museum of Korea The War Memorial of Korea Yongsan U.S. Army Base Itaewon Crown Hotel Myeong-dong Namsangol Hanok Village Grand Ambassador Hotel National Theater of Korea N Seoul Tower Hyatt Hotel Shilla Hotel Dongdaemun Market Daehangno Changgyeonggung (Palace) Changdeokgung (Palace) Insa-dong Cheongwadae (Blue House) The National Folk Museum of Korea Gyeongbokgung (Palace) Gwanghwamun

Cheonggyecheon (Stream) and Ancient Palaces Tour (Double-decker bus)


10:00-17:00 (Starts at 09:00 during summer holiday period), 1-hour intervals Gwanghwamun Deoksugung (Palace) Cheonggye Plaza Cheong Gye Cheon Museum Seoul Folk Flea Market Daehangno Changgyeonggung (Palace) Changdeokgung (Palace) Insa-dong Seoul Museum of History Agricultural Museum of Korea Gwanghwamun *Deoksugung (Palace) and Cheonggye Plaza are excluded from the tour route on weekends, national holidays and when events are held in Cheonggye Plaza.

Night Tours (Single-decker bus/Double-decker bus)


Once per day (20:00) *Night tours are basically non-stop riverside bus tours with only a 10-minute stop at N Seoul Tower for photographs. *Tickets for night tours can be purchased starting 08:30 when the Gwanghwamun Ticket Office opens. (reserved-seat tickets) Single-decker bus Gwanghwamun Mapodaegyo (Bridge) Hannamdaegyo (Bridge) N Seoul Tower Yeouido Seogangdaegyo (Bridge) Seongsudaegyo (Bridge) Namdaemun Market Cheonggye Plaza

Double-decker bus Gwanghwamun Mapodaegyo (Bridge) Seogangdaegyo (Bridge) Hannamdaegyo (Bridge) Dongjakdaegyo (Bridge) Seongsudaegyo (Bridge) Hannamdaegyo (Bridge) Namsan Public Library Namdaemun Market Cheonggye Plaza
Tip It is advisable to make advance bookings for the summer holiday period, weekends and national holidays when there are more passengers than usual.(Booking available one week before the desired date of ride / Tickets for night tour buses can be purchased only on the day of the ride)

Seoul City Walking Tours


Seoul Metropolitan Government offers 17 walking tour courses and tour guide programs by culture and Seoul Cultural Tourism Volunteer Guide. With prior booking, you can get a free travel guide from Seoul Cultural Tourism Volunteer Guide while walking around various parts of the city.
02-6925-0777 Route title Mongchontoseong (Earthen Fortress) http://dobo.visitseoul.net *Internet booking required at least three days before the desired tour date Route details Duration Closing days

Pungnaptoseong (Earthen Rampart) Mongchon Museum of History Mongchontoseong (Earthen Fortification) Hanseong 2hr 30min Mondays Baekje Museum (To open in April 2012) Mongchontoseong Station Cheongwadae Sarangchae 2hr 2hr Tuesdays Mondays

Gyeongbokgung (Palace) / Gyeongbokgung (Palace) Hyoja-dong Changdeokgung (Palace) Bukchon Hanok Village Insa-dong / Unhyeongung (Palace)

Changgyeonggung (Palace) Within Changgyeonggung (Palace) Within Changdeokgung (Palace) Anguk Station Museum of Korean Art Embroidery Museum Gahoe Museum Fragrance Anguk Station

2hr 30min Mondays Han Sang Soo Bukchon Museum Old 3hr 30min Mondays

Unhyeongung (Palace) Mingadaheon (Mins Club) KyungIn Museum of Fine Art Ssamzie-gil Jogyesa (Temple) Bosingak (Belfry) Seochon Hanok Village Gyeongbokgung Station Tongui-dong Hanok Village Tongin (Hyoja-dong / Tongui-dong) Market Gyeongbokgung Station Seolleung / Bongeunsa (Temple) Deoksugung (Palace) / Jeong-dong Seongbuk-dong Gyeonghuigung (Palace) / Seodaemun Cheonggyecheon (Stream) 1 Cheonggyecheon (Stream) 2 Namsan Seonggwak (Citadel) Naksan Seonggwak (Citadel) Hangang / Jeoldusan Catholic Martyrs Shrine Dongdaemun Market Seolleung (Royal Tomb) Bongeunsa (Temple) Jeongneung (Royal Tomb)

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Mondays

2hr 30min 2hr 30min Mondays 2hr 3hr 3hr 2hr Mondays Sundays & Mondays Mondays Open throughout the year

Deoksugung (Palace) Seoul Museum of Art Site of the Former Ewha Hakdang Site of the Former Russian Legation Choi Sunu House Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall) Gilsangsa (Temple) Simujang House of Yi Taejun (Suyeonsanbang, a traditional tea house) Gyeonghuigung (Palace) Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall) Dongnimmun (Independence Gate) Independence Park Cheonggye Plaza Gwangtonggyo (Bridge) Samilgyo (Bridge) Supyogyo (Bridge) Saebyeokdari (Bridge) Ogansugyo (Bridge) Cheonggyecheon Museum Shanty town Theme Zone Hwanghakgyo (Bridge) Seoul Folk Flea Market Jangchungdan Park (Supyogyo) Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall) National Theater of Korea N Seoul Tower Patriot Ahn Jung-geun Memorial Hall Dongdaemun DDP (Heunginjimun) Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall) Naksan Park (Observatory) Ehwajang (House) Mangwonjeong Jamdubong Relic / Jeoldusan Catholic Martyrs Museum Yanghwajin Foreigners Cemetery Jegi-dong Station Seoul Yangnyeongsi Market Market Janghanpyeong Antique Market Gyeongdong

2hr 30min Mondays 3hr 30min Mondays 3hr -

2hr 30min Mondays 3hr Mondays

Seoul Cultural Tourism Volunteer Guide Program


* Prior reservation required for groups and guided tour in foreign languages

Namsan Hanok Village Cheongwadae Sarangchae


Seoul Museum of History The War Memorial of Korea

10:30, 12:00, 14:00, 15:30 (Closed on Tuesdays) 02-2264-4412 10:30, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-723-0300 10:30, 14:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-724-0274 10:00, 11:00, 14:00 (Closed on Mondays) 02-709-3139

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Seoul Travel Information


Getting to Seoul
Transportation between Incheon International Airport or Gimpo International Airport and downtown Seoul is very convenient. You can check distances, fare and other information on limousine buses, taxis and airport railroad trains and choose which form of transportation you will use.

Airport Limousine
Airport Incheon Intl Airport Boarding location Ticket offices To Seoul: Bus stops 3B-6B, 10A-13A out of the Next to exits 4, 6-9, 11 and 13 on the 1st floor entrance area on the 1st floor of the passenger terminal / bus stop 9C [Domestic terminal] To Seoul; exits 3-5 1st floor of the passenger terminal To Incheon Intl Airport; exits 13-15 [Intl terminal] To Seoul; exit 6 Payment with cash after boarding without To Incheon Intl Airport; exit 7 ticketing Incheon Intl Airport Railroad 032-745-7788 http://www.arex.or.kr

Gimpo Intl Airport

AREX (Airport Railroad)

05:20-23:21 (10-15 min. intervals)

Incheon Intl Airport It is the gateway of Korea with the 8th largest number of passengers in the world. Its world class facilities and services were recognized by the fact that it received the International Air Transport Associations Best Airport Award and was chosen as the best airport in the Airport Service Quality Awards presented by the Airports Council International for six consecutive years. Gimpo Intl Airport The airport is located within Seoul. It operates both domestic flights and international flights including those between Gimpo and Japan (Tokyo) and Gimpo and China (Shanghai). There are large-scale outlets, multiplex theaters and giant marts in the airport.

Weather in Seoul
Korea has a temperate climate and four distinctive seasons. When you visit Seoul, you are advised to prepare clothes and personal items suitable for the season. Spring (Mar.-May) Sunny and warm weather is common. However, visitors are advised to bring warm outer clothing because of sudden cold snaps and large daily temperature ranges. Summer(June-Aug.) With sweltering weather and an average temperature of 27C, it is recommended that you bring light clothes that absorb sweat well. During the rainy season between mid-June and early July, it may be a good idea to bring umbrellas, raincoats or rain boots. Fall (Sept.-Nov.) The weather is sunny and warm, but it starts to get chilly in the mornings and evenings. Visitors are advised to bring knitwear or light sweaters to fend off wind. Winter (Dec.-Feb.) It is cold and dry at around -6~7C. It often snows, so visitors are advised to bring hats or umbrellas. It is also necessary to carry gloves, scarves or masks to keep out the cold.

Currency
The Korean currency unit is the won ( \, KRW). You can exchange currencies in airports, exchange booths at mega shopping centers and banks. It is also possible to use us dollars in duty-free shops in Seoul.

Electricity
The standard voltage in Korea is 220V, and most plugs have two round pins. You can use any of your electronic goods in Korea with the help of a boosting transformer. A lot of major hotels in the city have such transformers, but it would be better to prepare battery-operated products or a multi-voltage travel adapter.

Internet
Most hotels are equipped with an Internet connection, which customers can use conveniently. If you have a notebook computer or smartphone, you can also access the Internet through WiFi in restaurants or cafes. If you need a password, you can ask the owner or manager of the shop.

Public Transportation
Subway Seoul Subway has nine routes from Line 1 to Line 9. These nine lines, in combination with Jungang Line, Bundang Line and Gyeongui Line, form the metropolitan railroad network. Each line has its own designated color, which is used on subway maps and signs in subway stations to enable not only Seoul citizens but also foreign visitors to use the subway without difficulty.
[Single journey ticket for subway] If you dont have a T-money or Seoul Citypass, you should purchase a single journey ticket every time you use the subway. If you insert a deposit of \500 and your fare into the vending machine installed at each subway station, a ticket is dispensed. After you arrive at the destination, you can return the ticket using the Deposit Refund Device and have the \500 deposit refunded.

Buses Seoul city buses are divided by colors. Blue buses cover long-distance routes within Seoul, green buses run short-distance routes within the city, yellow buses run circular routes in central Seoul, and red buses run express routes between the city and the metropolitan area. Taxis A taxi is a convenient means of transportation that takes you straight to your destination. Taxi stands are located in numerous corners in Seoul, and you can catch a taxi anywhere on the streets by holding out your hand. There are regular taxis, deluxe taxis and van taxis.
[International taxis] These taxis have been prepared for convenient transportation of foreign tourists who visit Korea and are operated by drivers who can speak foreign languages. They are run 100 percent based on an advance reservation system and you can make reservations 24 hours a day at the International Taxi Call Center. [1644-4842]

Exploring Beyond Seoul


Express Bus Terminal Bus terminals Nambu Bus Terminal Seoul Station Railroad Yongsan Station Yeongdeungpo Station Lines 3, 7 & 9 Express Bus Terminal Station Line 3 Nambu Bus Terminal Station Lines 1 & 4, Airport Railroad and Gyeongui Line Seoul Station Line 1 and Jungang Line Yongsan Station Line 1 Yeongdeungpo Station 1544-7788 1688-4700 02-323-5885 02-521-8550 1688-5979 Sangbong Bus Terminal Line 7 and Jungang Line Sangbong Station Dongseoul Bus Terminal Line 2 Gangbyeon Station

KTX High-speed railroad at the maximum operating speed of 300km/h: it connects Seoul and major cities including Daegu and Busan in 2 hours and 30 minutes. Passengers can use the wireless Internet service and video and information service on the train and make reservations for packed lunches.
[How to make reservations] Visit http://www.korail.com or call 1544-7788.

Transportation cards available in Seoul


T-money

Transportation card that can be used on buses and subway in Seoul and the metropolitan area; you should touch the card to the card reader both when you board and alight to receive the transfer discount. Fare \2,500 for a regular card and charge amount of \1,000 and up Seoul Citypass With this transportation card, visitors can use the metropolitan subway lines and Seoul city buses up to 20 times per day. In addition, they can use the Seoul City Tour Bus, which runs through the downtown area, without any restriction. Where to buy Family Mart and Ministop convenience stores in the arrival area of the Incheon Intl Airport,

tourist information centers in Dongdaemun, Gwanghwamun, Itaewon, Gimpo Intl Airport, Samilgyo, Namdaemun and Jamsil Fare 1-day pass \15,000, 2-day pass \25,000, 3-day pass \35,000 *It cant be used on express buses between Seoul and the metropolitan area (Red buses). Seoul Citypass Plus The card combines T-money and a discount service for designated performances, exhibitions, tourist attractions and restaurants. You get a 5% discount when you use Seoul City Tour Bus using this card. Where to buy GS25 convenience stores, tourist information centers, train stations Fare \3,000 for the purchase of the card

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Seoul Travel Information


Useful Phone Numbers
Information on Seoul

Official Holidays
Classification New Years Day (Jan.1 by the solar calendar) Lunar New Years Day (Jan. 1 by the lunar calendar)* Independence Movement Day Childrens Day Buddhas Birthday (Apr. 8 by the lunar calendar)* Memorial Day National Liberation Day Chuseok (Aug. 15 by the lunar calendar)* National Foundation Day of Korea Christmas 2011 Jan.1 (Sat.) Feb.7 (Mon.) Mar.1 (Tue.) May 5 (Thu.) May 12 (Thu.) 2012 Jan.1 (Sun.) Jan.26 (Thu.) Mar.1 (Thu.) May 5 (Sat.) May 24 (Thu.)

Dasan Call Center 02-120 Phone interpretation service  Interpretation service BBB (Before Babel Brigade) 1588-5644 Emergency medical service  Emergency Medical Information Center 1339 Lost articles  Lost and Found Center at Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency 02-2299-1282 Tourist information KTO tt Call Center 02-1330 Tourist complaint report Tourist Complaint Center at Korea Tourism  Organization 02-735-0101

June 6 (Mon.) June 6 (Wed.) Aug.15 (Mon.) Aug.15 (Wed.) Sept.14 (Wed.) Oct.3 (Wed.) Oct.3 (Mon.) Dec.25 (Sun.) Oct.3 (Wed.) Dec.25 (Tue.)

* mark refers to holidays based on the lunar calendar whose dates change each year in the solar calendar.

Tourist Information Centers


Tourist information center Bukinsa (P.14) Coex (p.30) Dongdaemun (P.24) Gimpo Intl Airport Global Center (P.10) Gwanghui Market Gwanghwamun (p.08) Hongik Univ. (P.22) Incheon Intl Airport Itaewon (P.26) Itaewon Station (P.26) Jeongdok Public Library (P.16) Phone 02-734-0222 02-538-0264 02-2236-9135 02-3707-9465 02-2075-4119, 20 02-2233-2370 02-735-8688 02-323-2240 032-743-3270, 2 02-794-5579 02-3785-0942, 2514 02-731-0574 Tourist information center Korea Tourism Organization Jamsil Myeong-dong (P.18) NamInsa (P.14) Namdaemun Market (P.20) Pungmul Market Samilgyo (P.12) Seoul Station Phone 02-729-9497 02-2143-7007 02-774-3238 02-737-7885 02-752-1913 02-752-5728 02-2234-5836 02-720-0872 02-365-0466 02-3149-3333 02-2639-3320 02-3780-5408

Myeong-dong (M Plaza 5F) (P.18) 02-3789-7961~3

Gyeongbokgung (Palace) (P.08) 02-738-9171

Sinchon Station (National Railroad) 02-363-7833 Yeongdeungpo Station Yongsan Station

Jaedong Elementary School (P.16) 02-731-0851

 Tourist information centers are operated with a focus on tourists who visit the centers in person. For detailed information * on tourist spots, please call 120 for Dasan Call Center or 1330 for KTO TT Call Center. *Hours for guided tours in foreign languages other than English are not fixed.

Look for the red vests in Seoul If you need help while touring Gwanghwamun, Myeong-dong, Namdaemun Market, Sinchon, Itaewon, Dongdaemun, Insa-dong or Buchon, you should look for red shirts with the symbol. These people are the tourist information centers on the move. They are fluent in foreign languages including English, Japanese and Chinese, and provide tourist information of Seoul from introduction about Seoul, from the introduction of tourist attractions to direction guides.
Gwanghwamun / Namdaemun Market 09:30-18:30, Myeong-dong 09:30-19:30, Sinchon / Itaewon / Dongdaemun / Insa-dong 10:30-19:30 / Bukchon 10:00-19:00 * This guidebook was produced based on the official Seoul tourism website (www.visitseoul.net) and iTourSeoul mobile application. * You can find more detailed information on the website and mobile application. * All the information in this guide book is valid as of November 2011.

Useful Korean Expressions


Greetings and polite expressions
. How are you? [Annyeong-haseyo.] . Good-bye. [Annyeonghi-gaseyo.] . Thank you. [Gamsa-hamnida.] . Youre welcome. [Cheonmaneyo.] . Excuse me. [Sillye-hamnida.] . Im sorry. [Mian-hamnida.] . Please help me. [Dowa-juseyo.]

Transportation / Asking for directions


( (

) ? where is (name of place)? [( )i eodi isseumnikka?] ) . Please take me to (name of place). [( )euro gajuseyo.]

? where can I take a taxi? [Eodiseo taeksireul talsu isseulkkayo?] . Please stop here. [Yeogiseo seweo-juseyo.] ( ) ? How long does it take to (name of place)? [( )kkaji sigani eolmana geollimnikka?] (

) ? Does this bus go to (name of place)? [I beoseu ( ) gamnikka?]

( ) ? what line should I take to go to (name of place)? [( )e garyeomyeon myeot hoseoneul taya hamnikka?] ? How many stops do we have from here? [Yeogieseo myeot jeonggeojang gaya hamnikka?]

Shopping
. Please show me this. [igeoseul boyeo juseyo.] . Please give me this. [igeoseul jusipsiyo.] ? Can I try it on? [ibeobol su innayo?] ? How much is it? [Geugeoseun eolma-imnikka?] ? Do you take credit cards? [Sinyong kadeu batseumnikka?]

Restaurants
. Please show me the menu. [menyu jom boyeo-juseyo.] (

) . Please give me (name of dish). [( ) juseyo.]

. I would like to have some more of this. [igeot jogeum deo juseyo.] . Please make it not too spicy. [Neomu maepji-anke hae-juseyo.] . Im a vegetarian. [Naneun chaesikjuuijaimnida.] . I have a ( ) allergy. [Naneun alleojiga iseoyo.]

Tourist spots
? How much is the entrance fee? [Ipjangnyoneun eolmaimnikka?] ? Do you have a tour guide service? [Haeseorannae seobiseuga itseumnikka?] . Can you take a picture of me? [Sajin jom jjigeojuseyo.]
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Seoul Tourist Map According to Various Themes


How to read the index

1 Gyeongbokgung (Palace) [B2]........ 09


Map no. Tourist attractions Coordinates Page no.

34 I'PARK Mall [B2]................................................................ 40 35 Yongsan Electronics Shopping Mall [B2].................... 40 36 BITPLEX [B2]..................................................................... 40 37 D-cube city [A3]............................................................... 40 38 Garden 5 [C3].................................................................... 40 ................................................................... 31 39 Coex Mall [C3]. 40 Namdaemun Market [B2]............................................... 21 41 Seoul Folk Flea Market [B2]........................................... 40 42 KwangJang Market [B2]................................................. 40 ..................................... 40 43 Seoul Yangnyeong Market [B2]. 44 The Galleria Luxury Hall [B2,C2].................................... 28 ...................................................... 19 45 Lotte Dept. Store [B2]. ............................................ 19 46 Shinsegae Dept. Store [B2]. 47 Lotte Duty Free Shop [B2]............................................. 41 48 Shilla Duty Free Shop [B2].............................................. 41 ...................................... 41 49 Donghwa Duty Free Shop [B2]. 50 Walkerhill Duty Free Shop [C2]...................................... 41 51 Lotte World Duty Free Shop [C3].................................. 41 ................... 41 52 Lotte Gimpo Airport Duty Free Shop [A2]. 53 Myeong-dong Street [B2]............................................... 19 54 Pyounghwa Clothing Market [B2]................................. 25 ....................... 25 55 Dongdaemun Shopping Complex [B2]. 56 Itaewon Antique Street [B2]........................................... 27 57 Apgujeong-dong Rodeo Street [B2]............................. 28 58 Cheongdam-dong Street [C2]....................................... 28

Cultural Heritage
1 Gyeongbokgung (Palace) [B2]...............................09 ..........................34 2 Changgyeonggung (Palace) [B2]. ..............................17 3 Changdeokgung (Palace) [B2]. ...................................... 4 Deoksugung (Palace) [B2] 11 ................................34 5 Gyeonghuigung (Palace) [B2]. . ................................. 6 Unhyeongung (Palace) [B2] 15 7 Jongmyo (Royal Shrine) [B2].................................13 ..................31 8 Seonjeongneung (Royal Tombs) [C3]. 9 Heonilleung (Royal Tombs) [C3]............................35 10 Uireung (Royal Tomb) [C1]......................................35 11 Jeongneung (Royal Tomb) [B1].............................35 ......................35 12 Taegangneung (Royal Tombs) [C1]. 13 Yeonsangunmyo [B1]...............................................35 14 Seoul Seonggwak (Fortress Wall) [B1]................35

Landmarks
15 N Seoul Tower [B2]...................................................21 16 63City [A3].................................................................36 17 Lotte World [C3]........................................................36 .......................36 18 Former Seoul Railway Station [B2]. 19 Gwanghwamun Square [B2]..................................09 ...........................13 20 Cheonggyecheon (Stream) [B2]. ........................................21 21 Sungnyemun (Gate) [B2]. ................................................37 22 World Cup Park [A2]. 23 Cheongwadae (Blue House) [B1]..........................37

Museums and Galleries


59 National Museum of Korea [B3].................................... 27 ...................... 09 60 National Palace Museum of Korea [B2]. 61 The National Folk Museum of Korea [B2]................... 09 62 Seoul Museum of History [B2]....................................... 42 .............................. 42 63 Hanseong Museum of History [C3]. . ........................... 42 [B2] 64 Seodaemun Prison History Hall .................................. 27 65 The War Memorial of Korea [B2]. 66 Hangaram Art Museum at Seoul Arts Center [B3]................................................................ 43 67 Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art [B2]........................ 26 68 Seoul Museum of Art [B2].............................................. 11 69 Cheongwadae Sarangchae [B2]................................... 37 70 Sagan-dong Gallery Street [B2].................................... 43 71 Pyeongchang-dong Museum Street [B1]................... 43 72 Janghanpyeong Antique Furniture Street [C2].......... 43 ....................................... 43 73 Insa-dong Antique Street [B2]. 74 The Story of King Sejong /

Experience Traditional Culture


24 Namsangol Hanok Village [B2]..............................38 25 Bukchon Hanok Village [B2]...................................17 26 Korea House [B2]......................................................39 27 Samcheonggak [B1].................................................17 28 Kukkiwon [B3]...........................................................39 29 Korea Cultural House [C3]......................................31 ............................................15 30 Jogyesa (Temple) [B2]. 31 Bongeunsa (Temple) [C3].......................................31

Shopping
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P314

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