Travel diary: Seoul, South Korea 안녕, 한국!

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안녕, 한국

Hello family and friends! 안녕 가족과 친구들 We’re in South Korea! 🇰🇷 This is a first stop on our month long trip to Korea, Japan and Hong Kong. We’re spending 5 full days here.

Seoul Tourist Information

If you’re anything like me, you’d love to pick up a physical brochure map from the area. Seoul Tourist Guide provided by Visit Seoul can be found at Seoul Station and these other Information center locations.

Individual maps of different areas of Seoul and Seoul Metro Station Maps are handed by the Red Angels, 48 tourist information interpreters and guides working at tourist information centers under the Seoul Metropolitan Government deployed to resolving civil complaints and help out with any tourist enquiries. They’re walking around the city with bright red vests and at eight major locations frequently visited by foreigners. Red Angels locations.

To make your life easier, here’s some links with a list of PDFs to the guides and maps mentioned above.

Visit Seoul Map Guide Books (@visitseoul_official) | Red Angels Seoul Info Maps (@seoulinfo_official)

Day 1: Walking around Myeong-Dong, Stream, Palace, and Seoul Tower

Myeong-dong

Myeong-Dong

Cheonggyecheon Stream of Seoul

Namsan Seoul Tower

Cheonggyecheon Stream of Seoul

Day 2: Gangnam

COEX MALL 코엑스몰 Library

Asia’s largest underground shopping mall has about 260 stores, including Fashion Multi Square, which showcases sensual fashion items, Megabox, the largest movie theater in Korea, an aquarium where you can see a variety of fish, Byeolmadang Library, and a space to view special exhibitions.

Bongeunsa Temple

Gangnam Style Statue

Gangnam Station

Day 3: Hongdae

Hongdae Map

K beauty

K fashion

Day 4: Jongno

Park

Hanok Village Caffe Street

Folk Museum Performances

Hanbok Festival Performances

Night Market

Day 5: Hanbok Rental at Hanok Village and Gyeongbokgung Palace

Secret Palace Garden

Hanul Park

River Bridge

Color Analysis

Dermatologist

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