Seoul as the largest and the capital city of South Korea has brought fame to the country as a perfect holiday destination, especially for travellers who love exploring a very unique culture, and also a proud history.
Within very close proximity to Travelodge Dongdaemun, Seoul flows the Cheonggyecheon stream and this is one ideal place for you if you are looking for a great leisure place where you can do nothing, but rest and absorb the tranquillity surrounding you!
Gyeongbokgung is the premier palace in Seoul which has the grandest and the greatest history of all. Many hotels in Seoul, South Korea are located close to the multiple gates to this palace, and this is, of course, one of the must-visits in the city, because it’s not just about history, but about architecture too.
National Museum of Korea
At the National Museum of Korea, it’s all about taking an amazing journey through the country’s past from prehistory to the period of the Korean Empire. There is a Children’s Museum also for the kids and it has some play spaces too to keep the little ones entertained!
Noryangjin Fish Market
This is ‘THE’ fish market for almost all the top restaurants in the city and the general public of Korea which supplies every kind of aquatic life form. Today, there are 700 stalls, and some restaurants as well to cater to its diverse range of visitors and customers alike!