Cheonggyecheon (Hangul: 청계천) is a 10.9 km (7.0 miles) long, modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul, South Korea.
Samcheong-dong is one of the most unique places in Seoul. Gyeongbokgung Palace (the home of royalty during the Joseon Dynasty) lies to its left and Changdeokgung Palace.
Directions: Go straight 100m from Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 1. and turn right onto the alleyway next to Pungmun Girl’s High School.
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Unhyeongung Photo Experience
Address : 464 Samil-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Admission Fee : Free
Address : 1024, Bukhangangbyeon-ro, Gapyeong-eup, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do (Naminara Republic Immigration Control Office)
Phone: +82-31-580-8114, +82-31-582-2186
Admission Fee: Adults 10,000won, Foreginers 8,000 won
Address : 1063, Hoban-ro, Cheongpyeong-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Admission Fee: Adults 8,000won, Youths 6,000won, Children 5,000 won
Location: Subway No1 Jongno5ga Exit No8。
The market is one of the oldest and largest traditional markets in South Korea
Address : 42 Bukmun-gil, Ganghwa-eup, Ganghwagun, Incheon
Admission Fee: 900 won for adults, 600 won for youth.
Operating Hours: Nov-Feb 09:00~17:00, mar-May, Sep-Oct: 09″00~18:00, Jun-Aug :08:30~18:30
Myeongdong’s Street Food Alley They start bringing in their carts in the afternoon. And one by one, they start preparing, frying, cooking, and finally, they’re serving! Yes, serving everyone who wants to enjoy! I’m talking about the food carts in Myeongdong, Seoul, where, in the middle of the main alley…
The Foodie’s Guide to Korean Street Food in Seoul Korean street food stall in Myeongdong, Seoul, South Korea Seoul is a foodie kingdom. While there’s a tantalizing restaurant every few meters throughout the entire city, it’s street food carts and tents that fill all the open spaces. Walking through…