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#2 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
An UNESCO World Heritage Site, built during the Joseon Dynasty in 1405, Changdeokgung Palace is both a highlight of Seoul and a must on any history lovers itinerary.
Gorgeous palace with a far wider variety of buildings than Gyeongbokgung, make sure you attend the secret garden tour for some of the most stunning views and architecture you'll see in Seoul.
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#3 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Fantastic, great history,can get up close to the houses,can't go inside but a great view and photo opportunity from the outside.We had a guide who was so knowlagble with his history, we were fascinated with the in...
What I really liked about this palace was its gardens and the famous "secret garden" consider that you can only access that one with a guided tour booked on-site.
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#6 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
... gold Buddah inside the magnificent temple ,great place for pics ,feels soo calming here within the sights of huge skyscrapers ,and just around the corner great shopping area ,selling anything and everything su...
This temple is a stunningly lovely example of the architecture, design, decoration and care put into a worship site for practitioners of Korean Buddhism.
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#9 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Love it....its just near by with Dongdaemun free ease to move around n shopping mall Very scenic view of stream n very clean ever i've seen.. Love it..
Today you can enjoy a short stroll along a section or turn into a day tour by waking the entire length and stopping to check out sights just off its trail- I found it so tranquil and relaxing to listen to the stre...
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#18 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Amazing view with the mountains as backdrop,always a site to see.Try to make it by sunset to get a spectacular view
It's a great meeting point to enjoy the palace behind it, the walkways with fountains and exhibitions in front of it and many other sites and attractions nearby.
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#21 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
For some reason, the name of this market (along with a couple of other sights) is alternately spelled with a G or a K. On my map it was spelled with a K and the sign over the market itself was spelled “Kwang Jang...
Great tourist site!
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#22 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Truly a worth Unesco world heritage site and also has a intangible component which is rare to have one place associated with both tangible and intangible world heritage.
... path and "usual" attractions that tourists would opt for (as it sounds a little more solemn) However for the entry price, the view and a guide to guide you through the rites, customs and korean psyche, why Not?
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#23 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
The scenery is beautiful of this place and you can view the magnificent Gyeongbokgung Palace and the Bukaksan Mountain in the back drop.
The first time I visited, there was 3 " snow and walking up the metro steps and see this status with the palace behind was one of the most wonderful sights you can see.
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#32 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Well known landmark, get a 'selfie' :)
The location was perfect because not only is it in downtown, but you also get a wonderful view of the mountains and gate!
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#33 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Quick stop to just take a picture with a local landmark.
#60 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
Located in Jong-ro, Seoul, this is yet another historical site.
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#91 of 210 Sights & Landmarks in Seoul
A very simple, but worthwhile site for a short visit - especially if you are a philatelist.