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Tourists walking around south of the Hangang River will easily notice a single building standing taller than the rest; this silver monolith is none other than Lotte World Tower.
Tourists usually pick shopping as the most enjoyable part of trip to Korea, but a trip to Korea cannot be completed without visiting at least one of the many relaxing attractions to recoup your well spent energy.
Ikseon-dong is gaining attention as a new attraction in Seoul. Despite being one of the oldest neighborhoods in the center of Seoul along with Jonggak, Myeong-dong, Dongdaemun, and Gwanghwa-mun, Ikseon-dong was not as well-known until now.
Everland is Korea's representative theme park, offering up attractions galore along with a variety of animals, a mix of an amusement park and zoo.
Lotte World is one of the must-go places when you are in Seoul! Featuring one of the world’s largest indoor amusement parks, Lotte World features both indoor (Adventure Park) and outdoor (Magic Island) sections.
The Yeon Deung Hoe (Lotus Lantern Festival) is an annual event that colors Korea with bright lanterns in celebration of the birth of Buddha.
Yeonnam-dong has emerged as the latest hot place in Seoul, a city that is constantly changing and creating new trends. Originally a normal neighborhood just like any other, the area recently saw an influx of young artists and designers who have placed their creative mark on this area.
Jinhae Gunhangje Festival is Korea’s biggest spring festival, attracting at least 2 million visitors every year.
For fans of performance and visual arts, here is an all-in-one guide to the representative cultural art centers in Seoul!
Every year in mid-March, the Sandong-myeon area in Gurye, Jeollanam-do takes on yellow hues from the sansuyu (cornus fruit) flowers surrounding the area.