Taekwondo, one of Korea's national martial arts, has been gaining international recognition in recent years. At the ... More
Taekwondo Memorial Hall
Taekwondo, one of Korea's national martial arts, has been gaining international recognition in recent years. At the Sydney 2000 Summer Olympics, it debuted as a medal sport. Come here to learn more about the history and significance of this martial art. Around 3,000 items relating to Taekwondo are on display, including trophies from international and national meets, uniforms, medals, newspaper articles, pendants, victory flags, and written tributes. Admission is free.
Located in downtown Seoul, across from City Hall, this palace was built as the main residence for the kings of
the early Chosun Dynasty. Among all the palaces in Seoul, this palace exhibits the first Western style building, Sokjojon, ...
The most popular entertainment and shopping area in Seoul, Itaewon is often referred to as, 'Little America in Seoul.' There
are lots of restaurants, bars, music venues, footwear, clothing and furniture shops, as well as an abundance of nightclubs, ...
Built in 1405 by King Taejong, Changdok is the best preserved of all of Seoul's palaces. It has its own
unique architectural beauty and is divided into four main components: Central Palace, Piwon (known as the secret garden), Naksonjae, ...
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