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A Taste of Seoul
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Favorite Attractions in Seoul
These theme parks and travel passes are must-buys whenever you visit the city!
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Touchdown Seoul
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Why people love Seoul

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Korea Rail Pass (2, 3, 4, or 5 Days)
This KR Pass is very convenient for me, because I travel from Seoul to Busan for a few days, and then from Busan back to Seoul. This KR Pass allows me to save on the fare, and I only need to pre-register my seat online to get on the same day. The train goes to the destination, and there is heating on the train, which is very warm!

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Hanbok Rental and Photoshoot Experience by Hanbok That Day
I think this was the most memorable thing I did in Seoul. Wearing Hanboks and going to Gyeongbokgung Palace made me feel like I was in a drama. This place was amazing while choosing from so many different styles of hanboks. The people that worked there made us feel so comfortable and were so nice. You can even ask for accessories or get your hair braided. We even got a free photoshoot and picture that brought to us so nicely. Really recommend.

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Discover Seoul Pass
For self-guided tourists who want to travel in the city of Seoul, this transfer card is really super convenient. For loyal fans in a small time, I think the SM TOWN museum alone is worth the fare, and there are also some Such as N Seoul Tower, Coex Aquarium, Hangang River Cruise Eland Cruise, Lotte World, Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and finally AREX tickets. In short, you must buy one when you come to Seoul, you are guaranteed to like it!!

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Lotte World Tower Seoul Sky Admission
Seoul Sky is one of the exciting activities in Seoul especially for those who love heights. You get to see the entire city from the viewing deck which is well positioned around the 120th floor. And for the adrenaline junkies there is the sky bridge where you walk on a bridge connecting the two hugest point of the tower.

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N Seoul Tower Ticket in Seoul
You can go any day before the selected date, so if you want to stay in Seoul for several days, it is recommended to choose the last day before leaving Seoul. This is super flexible and you can go anytime! The mobile phone will receive the electronic ticket, and you have to go to the automatic ticket machine to pick up the ticket. It is recommended that you choose to go in the evening, and you can watch the day scene, sunset and night scene at once!

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Private Incheon Airport (ICN) and Gimpo Airport (GMP) Transfers for Seoul by S.A Tour
First of all, it is highly recommended. The driver arrived on time to pick you up. Maybe because of the early morning time, the journey is only less than 1 hour, which is very good. When booking the ticket, it was like the flight back at 12 o'clock, but then the travel agency notified the airline to change the time and changed the flight back at 6 o'clock in the morning. The airport bus had to go to Seoul Station in the early morning, and the bus was in the early morning. It’s easy to comb, and you have to go back and forth when you go. Originally, it was convenient to get on the bus in Myeongdong, but when the ticket time was changed, the hotel had to add one more night and the book car, which was an extra cost. Fortunately, At that time, I did not know how much money I would like to make a tight booking, so I would get a 10% discount on the book car and even the day tour. Happy.

Top sights in Seoul

Seoul is pretty hard to miss when you’re in Asia. Standing proudly as South Korea’s capital, Seoul offers everything for every kind of traveler. Here you can find UNESCO World Heritage Sites and busy traditional markets, surrounded by towering skyscrapers and state-of-the-art structures living harmoniously with each other. With these many attractions, you won’t have a hard time looking for things to do in Seoul.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung Palace is one of the Five Grand Palaces constructed during the Joseon dynasty. Built in 1395, the majestic residence became home to many royal families throughout the years. Although it suffered from many destructions, the local government was able to rebuild and preserve it to what it is today. When visiting, make sure to allow enough time to explore its many courts, pavilions, and bridges. A day here also wouldn’t be complete without catching the changing of the guards or renting a Hanbok, Korea’s traditional dress.
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N Seoul Tower

Perched at the top of Namsan Mountain, and you’ll find the N Seoul Tower. Also called the Namsan Tower, the communication and observation tower stands at 236m, making it one of the highest points in the city. If you’re looking for things to do in Seoul at night, make sure to add N Seoul Tower to your list. You can catch a cable car ride going up and see the city light up from above once the sun is out! Just schedule your visit during weekdays for a hassle-free time.
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Hangang Park

There are plenty of free things to do in Seoul, and one of which is Hangang Park. This green space made up of 12 parks is teeming with tourist attractions! Many locals head here to relax, spend time with nature, play sports, or even admire the many art displays around the area. Some of the must-see sites here include the Banpo Bridge, the 63 Building, and Sebitseom. Come by in summer, and you can catch the Hangang Summer Festival or drop by during spring and witness the Hangang Spring Flower Festival!
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Bukchon Hanok Village

Nestled between Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung is Bukchon Hanok Village. This lovely neighborhood comprising over 900 hanok or traditional Korean houses, will take you back to the city’s Joseon era. You’ll find yourself amazed by the beautifully-preserved homes as you get lost in its many alleyways. To make your stroll even more memorable, you can also opt to rent a hanbok or traditional Korean attire for some incredible photos! Since Bukchon Hanok is a popular spot in Seoul, visiting early in the morning is still advisable to beat the crowd.
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