Seoul is a lively city filled with activities ranging from heritage tours to mouth-watering Korean cuisine and obviously, shopping!Let looking what we must do in korea.
1) Bukchon Hanok Village
One of Seoul’s most photogenic spot, Bukchon Hanok Village is located between Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace.People still living in these traditional Korean housings date back to the Korean kingdom. At its peak, you can even catch a glimpse the integration of traditional Korean houses and modern architectural.
2) Shoppping in Myeong-dong
Myeong-dong known as the center of the fashion,popular are available in the leading trend of clothing,shoes and hats ,ornaments and so on. Sure you’ll find whatever you’re looking for in this shopping street!
Don’t be overwhelmed by the endless promotions (typically one-for-one price deals) available. Approach the friendly shopkeepers for advice if needed; they are well-versed in several languages like English, Chinese
Who knows, they might throw in more freebies for you after striking up a conversation! Yes, FREE ! Let Shopping !
3) Watch Gyeongbokgung Palace’s guard changing ceremony
The Royal Guard-Changing Ceremony is a great opportunity to experience a rare traditional scene in Korea. Be sure to bring a camera to take lots of pictures. The guards’ splendid costumes, with their brilliant primary colors, are a real pleasure to see
Performance TimesSumunjang (Royal Guard) Changing Ceremony
10:00, 14:00 / 20 minutes per ceremony
Gwanghwamun Gate Guard-on-Duty Performance
11:00, 13:00 / 10 minutes per ceremony
Sumungun (Gatekeeper) Military Training (outside Hyeopsaengmun Gate)
09:30, 13:30 / 15 minutes per ceremony
4) Buy snacks from Lotte Mart
You can buy high-quality goods – groceries, processed food, household goods, clothes and fashion accessories, electronics, toys, cosmetics, and more – at the lowest prices with remarkable service.
- • Hours of Operation
- Operation Hour 10:00 ~ 24:00
The business hours of each branch are different.
- • Holidays
- Every second and fourth Sunday of the month
Tip: They provide cartons for crazy shoppers so buy whatever you want there!
5) Take a cable car ride to Namsan
How can you say you’ve been to Seoul if you don’t visit Namsan ? Namsan Cable Car runs from the base of Namsan Mountain up to N Seoul Tower . The top of Mt. Namsan, there is the Palgakjeong Pavilion, which has a fantastic view. At Seoul Tower (479.7m), you can view the whole landscape of Seoul and the West Sea beyond Incheon.