Namsan Park is one of the better known attractions in Seoul. Located in the heart of the city, N Seoul Tower draws countless visitors year-round who come to catch a bird’s-eye view of Seoul from the city’s highest point. In stark contrast to the busy cityscape, the area’s Namsangol Hanok Village transports visitors back into the spirit of ancient Korea, with the combination of old-style traditional homes (called hanok) and experience programs allowing visitors to try on hanbok (Korean traditional dress) and play folk games.
If you visit Namsan Mountain, one of the representative landmarks of Seoul, we highly recommend riding the Namsan Cable Car to see the beautiful scenery of Namsan and Seoul. Complete your day of touring in the area with a trip to Seven Luck Casino at Millennium Seoul Hilton Hotel, a casino that combines cutting-edge gaming with state-of-the-art business facilities.
Another treasure of Namsan is the Korea House, which is the perfect place for visitors to experience traditional Korean culture firsthand. Hands-on, interactive programs include kimchi-making and hanji (traditional Korean paper), as well as a program centered around the Korean tea culture. Exciting programs are scheduled year-round, helping visitors better understand the essence of Korean culture.
|Western Food||Hemlagat (헴라갓)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Korean Food||Jinju Hall (진주회관)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Korean Food||Jungang Hoegwan (전주중앙회관)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Korean Food||Manjok Ohyang Jokbal (만족 오향족발)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Chinese Food||Gaehwa (개화)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Japanese Food||Songwon Bokjib (송원복집)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Japanese Food||TANI Next Door||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Korean Food||Nammun Tobang (남문토방)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Korean Food||Gangseo Myeonok (강서면옥)||Jung-gu Seoul|
|Korean Food||Masan Place (마산집)||Jung-gu Seoul|