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4페이지 내용 : How to Use this Guidebook This guidebook is divided into eight regions including Seoul, Busan and Jejudo Island. Each region introduces must-see attractions in “Best of the Best,” palaces, museums, streets and other beautiful sites in “See,” temples, traditional markets, parks and other fun attractions in “Do,” and last but not least delicious local dishes in “What to Eat.” The tearoff maps of each section are marked with the attractions introduced in the book as well as other tourist sites so that anyone can easily and efficiently plan a tour route. SEE 7 Gyeongbokgung Palace 경복궁 Map p.04 This was the first palace to be constructed during the Joseon Dynasty. It is the grandest of the five palaces in Seoul and portrays the essence of the Korean royal court culture. Palace walls contain offices for the king and state officials, living quarters, and Huwon Garden, which houses Gyeonghoeru, regarded as the most beautiful pavilion of Korea. Also within palace grounds are the National Palace Museum, which displays relics of the Joseon Dynasty, and the National Folk Museum, where you can see the traditional lifestyle of Korea. 161 Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul Exit 5 of Gyeongbokgung Stn, Subway Line 3 9am–5pm Closed on Tuesdays 3,000won 02-3700-3900 royalpalace.go.kr 8 Gyeonghuigung Palace 경희궁 Map p.04 Constructed as a detached royal villa at the house of Taejo Lee Seong-gye 1335–1408, r. 1392–1398 , the founding king of the Joseon Dynasty, it eventually became the royal palace. It originally housed about 100 buildings, but most were damaged and lost. Today’s palace remains quiet and serene. The Seoul History Museum is located nearby. 45 Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 10-min walk from Exit 4 of Seodaemun Stn, Subway Line 5 9am–6pm Closed on Mondays and January 1st Free 02-724-0274 9 Deoksugung Palace 덕수궁 Map p.04 This was the palace of the Korean Empire 1897–1910 , the first modern nation in Korean history. The beautiful blending of Western and Eastern architectures can be seen through the traditional Jeonggwanheon Pavilion, where the king used to welcome foreign envoys and host banquets, and the Western-style garden. The palace offers night hours so that more visitors can see and experience the graceful royal culture of Korea. 99 Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul Exit 2 of City Hall Stn, Subway Line 1 or 2 9am–9pm Closed on Mondays 1,000won 02-751-0734 deoksugung.go.kr 10 Changgyeonggung Palace 창경궁 Map p.05 Built in 1483 as additional living quarters to Changdeokgung Palace, this palace is smaller than the others but just as popular among photographers for its natural and wellblended scenery. Unfortunately, much of it was ruined and lost during the Japanese colonial period 1910–1945 when it was used as a recreational area with a botanical garden and a zoo. Even after extensive restoration, very little of the original palace was salvaged. Daeonsil, Korea’s first Western-style greenhouse, and several other buildings only remain. 185 Changgyeonggung-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 15-min walk from Exit 3 of Hyehwa Stn, Subway Line 4 9am–6pm Closed on Mondays 1,000won 02-762-4868 cgg.cha.go.kr 11 Unhyeongung Palace 운현궁 Map p.05 This was where relatives of the Joseon royal family resided. Unlike its beginning, today it remains a small and modest palace. Programs in which visitors can experience the traditional Korean culture such as traditional wedding ceremonies, calligraphy and embroidery are offered. The Westernstyle building toward the back of the palace called Yanggwan was featured in the Korean drama Guardianthe Lonely and Great God. 464 Samil-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul 5-min walk from Exit 4 of Anguk Stn, Subway Line 3 9am–7pm Closed on Mondays Free 02-766-9090 unhyeongung.or.kr 12 Hongik University Area Hongdae 홍대거리 Map p.07 The young and hip street culture of Korea can be seen around Hongik University. The streets are filled with live theaters, clubs, restaurants and street performances, and the weekend flea market also attracts large crowds of people. Seogyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Hongik Univ. Stn, Subway Line 2, Gyeongui-Jungang Line or AREX 13 Seoul World Cup Stadium 서울월드컵경기장 Map p.07 The main stadium of the 2002 World Cup, today is the home stadium of the Korean National Football team. The nearby World Cup Park is popular among locals. 240 World Cup-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Exit 1 of World Cup Stadium Stn, Subway Line 6 Differs by event Differs by event 02-2128-2002 www. seoulworldcupst.or.kr Korean only 14 Sinchon & Ewha Womans University Area Idae 신촌 & 이대거리 Map p.07 This is the area in front of Yonsei University and Ewha Womans University. There are many restaurants and attractions for young people, and being a women’s university, Idae is especially famous for clothing stores, cosmetics shops and nail & beauty salons. Changcheong-dong, Seodaemungu, Seoul Ewha Womans Univ. Stn & Sinchon Stn, Subway Line 2 15 Seodaemun Prison History Hall 서대문형무소역사관 Map p.04 This prison was used to incarcerate independence activists during the Japanese colonial period, and prodemocracy activists after Korea regained independence. Today it has been transformed into a museum where visitors can see and also experience some of the pain and torture. 251 Tongil-ro, Seodaemun-gu, Seoul 5-min walk from Exit 5 of Dongnimmun Stn, Subway Line 3 930am–6pm Closed on Mondays, Chuseok & Seollal days and January 1st 3,000won 02-360-8590 16 Seoul Forest 서울숲 Map p.08 Not very common in a metropolitan city, this nearly 600,000m2 forest park is comprised of an ecological forest, a wetland ecological center and more. The walkways are ideal for an afternoon stroll, and the insect garden and forest playground attract many families. 273 Ttukseom-ro, Seongdong-gu, Seoul 10-min walk from Exit 3 of Seoul Forest Stn, Bundang Line Ecological forest 7am–8pm Open all year round Free 02-460-2905 seoulforest.or.kr SEOUL MORE TO DO Seoul Bamdokkaebi Night Market 서울밤도깨비야시장 Held in various different sites in Seoul including Cheonggye Plaza, Yeouido Hangang Park and DDP, this night market offers a unique and exciting experience of Seoul’s nightlife. The food trucks are especially popular and various performances and events can be seen throughout the market. www.bamdokkaebi.org 8 16 7 ⓒ Cultural Heritage Administration 10 ⓒ Yu Jae-wan 14 ⓒ Club Steel Face 12 24 25 DO 36 Coex 코엑스 This complex housing a convention center, trade center, hotels, shopping malls, and much more, is a multipurpose business, shopping and entertainment facility. The Starfield Coex Mall within the complex is known for the unique library that features a 13m-high ceiling. There are also many famous restaurants, luxury and international brand shops, performing arts facilities and more. 513 Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul Connects to Samseong Stn. Line 2, Exit 5 1030am–10pm Open all year round 02-6002-5300 www.coex.co.kr 37 Sinsa-dong Garosu-gil Road 신사동가로수길 Map on p.00 This is where the trendiest people of Seoul can be seen. Unique shops, designer clothing stores, delicious restaurants and cozy cafés are lined along this 1km-long tree-lined road. Around Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul Sinsa Stn. Line 3 38 Digital Media City DMC 디지털미디어시티 DMC Map on p.00 This is a cutting-edge digital media & entertainment cluster where hallyu Korean wave fans can attend TV recordings and such. Braodcasting studios like MBC, SBS, and CJ E&M, and the Korean Film Museum are stationed here. Around Sangam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Digitalmediacity Stn. Line 6 & Airport Railroad 39 Lotte World 롯데월드 Map on p.00 This indoor+outdoor amusement park with more than 40 rides is located in downtown Seoul. The daily parade, which are held twice a day, and various performances throughout the park attract large crowds all year-round. 240 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul Jamsil Stn. Line 2, Exit 4 930am-10pm Check the website for monthly hours One-day pass 52,000won 02-3213- 5000 www.lotteworld.com 40 Bosingak Pavilion 보신각 Map on p.00 This pavilion houses a bell that was used during the Joseon period to announce the opening and closing of the city wall. Today, the bell is rung at noon everyday, and on Tuesdays, foreign tourists are welcomed to participate in the bell tolling. 54 Jong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul Jonggak Stn. Line 1, Exit 4 Bosingak Bell-ringing Ceremony 1120am1220pm Closed on Mondays 02-2148-1825 41 Sejong Center for the Performing Arts 세종문화회관 Map on p.00 A major multi-cultural art space of Korea, it houses several performance halls, concert halls, and exhibition halls. The main theater has a capacity of 3000 seats, and performances such as classical and popular music recitals, musicals and plays are staged regularly. 175 Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul Gwanghwamun Stn. Line 5, Exit 1 & 8 Depends on concert Depends on concert 02-399-1000 sejongpac.or.kr 42 Insa-dong 인사동 Map on p.00 This is where antiques and artworks used to be traded. Today, it is a mustvisit area among tourists for its wide range of traditional souvenirs and Korean antiques. The small and cozy alleyways are lined with art galleries and also traditional tea houses and restaurants. Around Insa-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul Anguk Stn. Line 3, Exit 6 43 Namdaemun Market 남대문시장 Map on p.00 This traditional market has stood by Seoul for 600 years. It carries just about anything and everything you may need, from clothing and shoes to foods, imported goods, electronics and much more. 21 Namdaemunsijang 4-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul Hoehyeon Stn. Line 4, Exit 5 Open 24 hours a day namdaemunmarket.co.kr 44 Seoullo 7017 서울로7017 Map on p.00 The Seoul Station overpass that was constructed in 1970 to ease the growing traffic congestion in Seoul, was transformed into a pedestrian overpass in 2017. This “floating park” houses gardens, cafés, souvenir shops and tourist information centers. The overpass is connected to major tourist sites like Namdamun Market and Hanyangdoseon Seoul City Wall. 432 Cheongpa-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul seoullo7017.seoul.go.kr 25 National Museum of Korean Contemporary History 대한민국역사박물관 Map on p.00 198 Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul 10 min walk from Gwanghwamun Stn. on Line 6, Exit 2 10am-6pm Last admission 5pm Closed on Chuseok & Seollal days and January 1st Free 02-3703-9200 much.go.kr 26 National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul 국립현대미술관 서울관 Map on p.00 30 Samcheong-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 15 min walk from Anguk Stn. on Line 3, Exit 1 10am-6pm Last admission 5pm Closed on Chuseok & Seollal days and January 1st 4,000won Except for special exhibitions 02-3701-9500 mmca.go.kr 27 Seoul History Museum 서울역사박물관 Map on p.00 55 Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 10 min walk from Gwanghwamun Stn. on Line 5, Exit 7 9am-8pm Closed on Mondays and January 1st Free 02-724-0274 museum.seoul.kr 28 Arario Museum in Space 아라리오 뮤지엄 인 스페이스 Map on p.00 83 Yulgok-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 10 min walk from Anguk Stn. on Line 3, Exit 3 10am-7pm Last admission 6pm Closed on Mondays 10,000won 02-736-5700 arariomuseum.org 29 Seoul Museum of Art 서울시립미술관 Map on p.00 61 Deoksugung-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul 10 min walk from City Hall Stn. on Line 1 & 2, Exit 12 10am-8pm Closed on Mondays and January 1st Free Except for special exhibitions 02-2124-8800 sema.seoul.go.kr Café Streets There are many café and restaurant streets in Seoul that offer great views and even greater treats. From traditional Korean tea houses to international cuisines, the selection is endless. Traditional Korean houses renovated into cafés and restaurants can be seen clustered in the Seochon and Ikseon-dong areas, and a handmade shoes street and café streets can be found in the Seongsudong area. These specialized streets are very popular among Koreans. 30 Sangsu-dong, Hapjeong-dong 상수동, 합정동 Map on p.00 Around Hapjeong-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul 20 Hapjeong Stn. Line 2 & 6 31 Yeonnam-dong 연남동 Map on p.00 Around Yeonnam-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Hongik Univ. Stn. Line 2 & Airport Railroad 32 Manwon-dong 망원동 Map on p.00 Around Mangwon-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul Mangwon Stn. Line 6 33 Seongsu-dong 성수동 Map on p.00 Around Seongsu-dong 1-ga, Seongdonggu, Seoul Seongsu Stn. Line 2 34 Ikseon-dong 익선동 Map on p.00 Around Ikseon-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul Jongno 3-ga Stn. Line 3 & 5 35 Seochon 서촌 Map on p.00 Around Hyoja-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul Gyeongbokgung Stn. Line 3 Attractions SEOUL 26 31 34 35 38 44 28 29 ATTRACTIONS SEE 7 Gyeongbokgung Palace 경복궁 Map p.04 This was the first palace to be constructed during the Joseon Dynasty. It is the grandest of the five palaces in Seoul and portrays the essence of the Korean royal court culture. Palace walls contain offices for the king and state officials, living quarters, and Huwon Garden, which 8 Gyeonghuigung Palace 경희궁 Map p.04 Constructed as a detached royal villa at the house of Taejo Lee Seong-gye 1335–1408, r. 1392–1398 , the founding king of the Joseon Dynasty, it eventually became the royal palace. It originally housed about 100 buildings, but most were damaged and lost. Today’s palace remains quiet and serene. The Seoul History Museum is located nearby. 45 Saemunan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul 10-min walk from Exit 4 of Seodaemun Stn, Subway Line 5 9am–6pm Closed on Mondays and January 1st Free 9 Deoksugung 덕수궁 Map p.04 This was the palac Empire 1897–19 nation in Korean blending of Wes architectures can traditional Jeongg where the king us foreign envoys a the Western-style offers night hours can see and expe royal culture of 99 Sejong-daero, Exit 2 of City Hall Stn, Subway Line 1 or 2 Number indicated on map English name Korean name Tear-off map with other attractions in the area.04
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5페이지 내용 : INFORMATION • Information Legend Address Directions Hours Fees Phone Website • General hours of operation have been indicated. Be aware that facilities may have different hours and closing days by season, holiday or month. Outdoor facilities may close or change hours depending on weather conditions. Contact facility for further information. • Directions are from closest airport, subway/train station or bus terminal to sites by local bus or taxi. Keep in mind that times are estimates only, and may differ depending on traffic conditions. • Facilities such as exhibit halls and experience centers may have last admission one hour before closing. • Fees/rates indicated are for general adult admission. Group, senior, children discounts may be available. • Admission to national parks are free, but fees may apply for cultural heritage sites within the park. • For further information or inquiries, call the Korea Travel Hotline. Dial 1330 from any phone for assistance in English, Japanese and Chinese. For the Seoul Dasan Call Center dial 120. Incheon & GyeonGGI-do Suwon 수원역 Dongtan 동탄 Gwangmyeong 광명역 Haengsin 행신역 Sinpo 신포 Incheon 인천 Line 1 Suin Line Gimpo Int’l Airport 김포국제공항 Incheon Int’l Airport 인천국제공항 Seoul Gangwon-do Gyeonggi-do Incheon Incheon Gyeonggi-do Bukhansan National Park 북한산국립공원 Yongmunsan Provincial Park 용문산도립공원 Paldangho Lake 팔당호 Yeongneung & Yeongneung Royal Tombs 영릉과 영릉 Donggureung Royal Tombs 동구릉 Seooreung Royal Tombs 서오릉 Sareung Royal Tombs 사릉 Gwangneung Royal Tomb 광릉 Samneung Royal Tombs 삼릉 Paju Jangneung Royal Tomb 파주 장릉 Seosamneung Royal Tombs 서삼릉 Olleung Royal Tomb 온릉 Gimpo Jangneung Royal Tomb 김포 장릉 Yellow Sea 황해 Yeoninsan Provincial Park 연인산도립공원 The 3rdTunnel 제3땅굴 Dorasan Station 도라산역 Panmunjeom 판문점 Camp Greaves 캠프그리브스 Imjingak & Pyeonghoa-Nuri Park 임진각 & 평화누리 Korea Natl Arboretum 국립수목원 Odusan Unification Observatory 오두산 통일전망대 Gyodongdo Is. 교동도 Eurwangni Beach 을왕리해변 Incheon Port 인천항 Jemulpo Club 제물포구락부 Caribbean Bay 캐리비안 베이 Waujeongsa Temple 와우정사 Hantaek Botanical Garden 한택식물원 Sagimakgol Ceramics Village 사기막골도예촌 Yeoju Dojasesang 여주도자세상 Demilitarized Zone D MZ Ganghwa Dolmen Site 강화 고인돌유적 Seongmodo Island 석모도 Jeondeungsa Temple 전등사 Yeongjongdo Island 영종도 Songdo International Business District 송도국제도시 Memorial Hall for Incheon Landing Operation 인천상륙작전기념관 Daebudo Island 대부도 Singi Market 신기시장 Wolmido Island 월미도 Herb Island 허브아일랜드 Jaraseom Island 자라섬 The Garden of Morning Calm 아침고요수목원 Uijeongbu Budaejjigae Street 의정부 부대찌개거리 Chinatown Jjajangmyeon Street 차이나타운 짜장면거리 Petite France 쁘띠프랑스 Starfield Hanam 스타필드 하남 KOFIC Namyangju Studios 남양주종합촬영소 Dumulmeori 두물머리 Everland Resort 에버랜드 Gwangmyeong Cave 광명동굴 Moran Market 모란민속장 National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Gwacheon 국립현대미술관 과천관 Namhansanseong Fortress 남한산성 Dae Jang Geum Park 대장금파크 Yungneung & Geolleung Royal Tombs 융릉과 건릉 Korean Folk Village Samsung 한국민속촌 Innovation Museum 삼성이노베이션뮤지엄 Nam June Paik Art Center 백남준아트센터 Suwon Hwaseong 수원화성 Namhansanseong Baeksuk Street 남한산성 백숙거리 Seoul Grand Park 서울대공원 Gwacheon National Science Museum 국립과천과학관 KINTEX 킨텍스 Paju Book City 파주출판도시 Heyri Art Valley 헤이리예술마을 Provence Village 프로방스마을 30 10 25 39 40 6 5 31 36 9 38 35 23 8 16 34 15 32 28 21 22 24 20 33 19 27 2 3 1 4 12 29 26 7 Chinatown 차이나타운 Songwol-dong Fairy Tale Village 송월동 동화마을 Incheon Art Platform 인천아트플랫폼 Sinpo International Market 신포국제시장 Jayu Park 13 자유공원 14 18 37 17 11 N 10km 20km 10 11 Road 130 Expressway Railroad Train Station KTX Station SRT Station Subway Station Transfer Station Bus Terminal Airport Tourist Information Center Hotel Fortress UNESCO World Heritage Site Compass Scale MAP LEGEND Deoksugung This was the palac Empire 1897–19 nation in Korean blending of Wes architectures can traditional Jeongg where the king us foreign envoys a the Western-style offers night hours can see and expe royal culture of 99 Sejong-daero, Exit 2 of City Hall Stn, Subway Line 1 or 2 13 Seoul World Cup Stadium 서울월드컵경기장 Map p.07 The main stadium of the 2002 World Cup, today is the home stadium of the Korean National Football team. The nearby World Cup Park is popular among locals. 240 World Cup-ro, Mapo-gu, Seoul Exit 1 of World Cup Stadium Stn, Subway Line 6 Differs by event Differs by event 02-2128-2002 www. seoulworldcupst.or.kr Korean only 14 Sinchon & Ewha Womans University Area Idae 신촌 & 이대거리 Map p.07 This is the area in front of Yonsei05
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