Originally named Sugang-gung, this palace was constructed in 1419 by King Sejong and is the oldest of all existing royal ... More
Originally named Sugang-gung, this palace was constructed in 1419 by King Sejong and is the oldest of all existing royal palaces in Korea. It was built in memory of previous kings. Under Japanese colonial rule, this palace served as a zoo. It was not until 1911 that the name was changed to Changyong Palace. In 1986, the building was restored to its original glory and opened to the public as an historical monument.
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 ...
Ideally situated in the thriving business world of downtown Seoul, the Westin Chosun, Seoul is within walking distance of several
major international banks headquarters and local government offices, as well as trendy shopping districts. Enjoy cultural excursions to nearby ...
The Seoul Palace Hotel is nestled in Gangnam District which is ideal for business and shopping overlooking the beautiful Han
River. The hotel is located next to the Express Bus Station and City Air terminal you can go easily ...