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Seoul: What You Need to Know Before You Go

An-nyeong-ha-se-yo! Seoul, the capital of South Korea, is a dazzling metropolis with over two thousand years of history. Miraculously, the past and present of Seoul do not clash but rather adds to the city’s allure–relics of Seoul’s history interspersed among...

Experience Old Seoul in Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is a collection of traditional Korean houses that date back 600 years. It is also a popular tourist attraction, drawing throngs of visitors with the lure of providing a glimpse into the traditional Korean way of...

How to Explore Seoul Like a Hipster

Myeongdong, Itaewon, Insadong? Yes, I know, you're so over them, and only visitors new to glitzy Seoul think they are must-see destinations. Oh, stop rolling your eyes already and tell me, where do stylish Seoullites like you hang out?  Determined...

Seoul Stunning: Best Evening Hiking Trail

I was wrong about Seoul being just another concrete jungle.The capital of South Korea has plenty to offer – from addictive Kpop hits and bustling night markets, to majestic palaces and historic avenues, there are more ways than one...

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