To the south of Seoul at a height of 629 meters lies the rugged mountain peak of Mt. Gwanak. From a distance, the peak takes ... More
To the south of Seoul at a height of 629 meters lies the rugged mountain peak of Mt. Gwanak. From a distance, the peak takes the shape of fire and thus this mountain is also referred to as a volcano. Ancient trees and wild grass blend in with the rocks to create a peaceful and refreshing atmosphere. It is especially beautiful in the fall, but every season offers a different mood. People come to this mountain to escape their busy Seoul lifestyles. Here, they can breathe in fresh air while relaxing. Once you have reached the top, looking down on Seoul is quite a thrill, making this place a popular destination. There are no admission fees.
This is one of the largest children's parks in Asia. It includes a zoo, a botanical garden, an amusement park,
outdoor concert stages and physical training facilities. In spring and fall, many young children and their teachers can be ...
Built in 1969, The Seoul Tower, located at the peak of Mt. Namsan is 370 meters tall. Seen from every
corner of the city, it was originally built for the purpose of broadcasting television and radio signals. However, in ...
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, ...