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Short trip to Seoul which left me little time to get out and see what the city and capital of the country had to offer - outside of the bars and restaurants. Had a few hours to spare on the last day before the flight...More
Well maintained paths/stairs/roads up the city mountain in Jongno/City Hall area. Can make the hike up more vigorous by taking the stairs. Nice overlooks of the city. Seems to be well used but didn’t feel too crowded. Seemed to be a bus option up to...More
My wife and I went there in the afternoon, trying to get there before the sunset. We under estimated the time it took to go up on the tram, however. Each tram can take about 30 people or so, and each trip is around 10...More
Our hotel was directly across the street from Namsan Park; instead of doing the treadmill or elliptical at the hotel gym, we decided to walk to the top of the park for our morning exercise.
At 6:30 a.m., it wasn't crowded, but there were plenty...More
At the time of our visit it resembled a building site with much of the area fenced off for renovation. Billed as a Hanok Village : village it's certainly not, but just a collection of 5 Hanok style houses assembled from elsewhere! They are all...More
The park is connected to namsan tower. You can take the cable car to reach the park or you can take the long stairs way, about 1 km of stairs. The park is small but it has a nice view of seoul and you can...More
A very crowded tourist attraction with good views over the city. We were taken up to the top by coach so did not experience the cable car.
There are cultural demonstrations (dancing, drumming and martial arts) at 16:00, which were worth watching (no charge).
I've visited Namsan Park on 5 of my recent visits to Seoul. Having spent 7 years in Seoul as a youngster from 1960 to 1967, I had the opportunity to visit Namsan, before the evolution of Seoul into the modern metropolis that it is today....More