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This area is world famous one.
You can easily walk around this area an this area is also good for walking. There is also long range walking course.
Historical tombs of Kings and Queens and sculptures must be interested.
Probably under 2hr journey from Seoul station, you will arrived at the 2nd largest burial area of Royal Tombs from Joseon Dynasty.
The place is absolutely serene and beautiful. If you are into history and k-period dramas, you will recognise the tombs of King Sukjong,...More
I have visited this sitte several times. Not because I am particularly excited my tyombs or Korean history, but my it's charm and the way it seamlessly blends into the surrounding countryside. It's very well kept but without the madding crowds that plague a lot...More
There is quite a history behind the royal tombs - aka Seolleung. The park and the walk themselves were nice, but the tombs themselves were somewhat underwhelming. The tombs are blocked off from tourists so you have to have a look from quite a bit...More
If you are looking for a green place in Seoul then this is it. I love the lush green surroundings and walking up and down some hills. It is such a relaxing walk and because of the trees it is quite cool. I feel very...More
I didn't expect anything from this place, just a few old tombs but it's actually an amazing park. The park itself is quite big, it will take you around 1h to go around it. And while you walk, you'll get to see the tombs of...More
The 3 royal tombs are in a lovely park accessible by bus and subway. They are from the 15th and 16th century and as the dynasty had taken up Confucianism which entails respect and worship of ancestors, the tombs have been well cared for. Before...More
The Seooreung Cluster is another enjoyable trip to make for those who are interested in Korean history. With numerous tombs from the 15th - 17th centuries you can leisurely stroll the grounds while learning about the early kings and queens of the Joseon dynasty.
There are 18 different tomb cluster locations. Most are located in and around Seoul. I've had the great pleasure of visiting about 10 of these tomb clusters. The design is similar, but there are also some subtle variations. King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon...More