Seoul Botanic Park
With a size as large as 70 soccer fields combined, Seoul Botanic Park is one of the largest botanic gardens and park, hence the name “botanic park.” The botanic garden consists of a forest, garden, lake, and wetland.
Gwanghwamun Gate is the main gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace, the main palace of the Joseon dynasty. In terms of size and magnificence, the beauty of Gwanghwamun Gate is incomparable to that of any other palace gate. The gate is protected by gatekeepers in traditional clothing, who change shifts twice a day through a traditional routine event called Palace Changing of the Guards Ceremony.
Seongsu-dong Seoul Forest Street
Seongsu-dong used to be a neighborhood clustered with old abandoned factories. But when these run-down buildings turned into cafés and exhibition centers, the neighborhood earned a new reputation as one of the hottest places in Seoul for its hip vintage style.
Seosomun Shrine History Museum
Seosomun Shrine History Museum is where one can get an overview of the history of Catholicism in Korea during the late Joseon period. The museum is also popular among Instagrammers for its unique interior and diverse exhibits on display that create an impressive atmosphere.