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First thing when you arrive at seoul as a tourist please find this place! Very informative and entertaining. Added, you can wear hanbok for FREE and take picture. Friendly staffs and you wont regret like us. I go there also after recommended by my friend....More
We visited this place on our way to Myeongdong (from Cheonggyecheon).
We saw an awesome culinary exhibition on the second floor. There was a free hanbok at fourth floor, but the queue was very long. We decided to try free hanbok in another tourist information...More
I want to thank the staff that is on the streets of Seoul. You can usually find them wearing cowboy hats. We were lost and found them. They called several shops to make sure they carried what we were looking for. Gave us bus direction...More
Nice and spacious place. Some events on Korean culture. Small coffee shop where you can get some snack. It is not enough but they have some brochures on Jeju, Gyeongju and Busan. Good to visit before heading for country sides.
This place offers a friendly first contact with Seou. Two friendly employees helped us plan to visit. The first one apologized for not speaking fluent English, but was able give anyways brief information and explanation and kindly told us to wait for the second whoh...More
I was there for a couple of times for K pop dance class, handicraft class, DIY handicraft making and taking selfie wearing Hanbok. The staff are really nice and tourist friendly. Highly recommended. Do join their facebook for latest events.
This place shows us that Korean Government works really really good in developing Korean Tourism. They facilitates tourists visiting Korea with such good service for free. If you want to try hanbok, come to this place. One of the most famous tourism center located in...More
This place is created to serve, inform and entertain the tourists. It even offers medical tourism center. What many visitors seem to enjoy the most is the opportunity to try on some traditional Korean garb and pose for pictures. The much needed brochures and maps...More
I had read on a blog about coming here to try on traditional Korean hanbok and take souvenir photographs for free so when we were recently in Seoul we had to do it!
It was somewhat easy to find and when we entered we immediately...More