With countless attractions to explore and enjoy, Seoul is indeed a great destination to be, no matter how crowded it can get during the season. For leisure, culture, and shopping, it has both modern and traditional attractions that are sure to impress you.
Gyeongbokgung – the palace to explore
This is one of the most favourite attractions of travellers who spend their holidays at Travelodge Myeongdong Euljiro, which is within close vicinity. This palace is one of the main 5 palaces and is the largest of them all.
Bukcheon Hanok Village – a traditional hood
Known for the traditional look that it has, Bukcheon Hanok Village features more than 400 traditional Korean houses called ‘hanok’. There are small cafes, shops and also some traditional teahouses to enrich your overall experience in Seoul!
N Seoul Tower – for vibrant vistas
All those who stay at a hotel in Seoul, Myeongdong usually do not miss visiting this popular landmark in Korea, which is also the second-highest point of Seoul.
Namdaemun Market – everything is cheap here
This is a traditional market in Korea popular among both local and foreign travellers for having a wide range of cheap goods. The vegetables sold in this market are fresh, and it provides a great shopping experience for everyone.