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So blessed that i be able to catch autumn leaves. Went on 19 Oct. Many nice places to take good picture. Take bus there from Myeongdong is very convenience. No need entrance fee. Only pay if u want to take the cable car or go...More
We could see the Seoul Tower from our hotel and it had been recommended as a place to visit. It was a short walk from our hotel to the elevator leading to the cable car station, and we had to wait about 10 minutes to...More
I visited this park 3 times during my August visit. I suggest starting from one end and walking to the tower (it takes 40 minutes from Seoul Station) and then exiting the park via the MUCH less crowded eastern end. The east part is much...More
If you're anywhere near the Namsam Park/Tower, I would highly recommend a visit to the top of the hill/mountain. The place is an easy hike up through various trails, but if you are not up to hiking up (easy and paved steps/trails), then you can...More
Best to go here on mid-day wherein you could take good photos with the sun out. I also recommend staying till night so you can see the whole view of the city lights in Seoul. Love locks - one of the most famous thing to...More
Situated in the center of Seoul, Namsan is Seoul’s most well-known hill for having the iconic N Seoul Tower perched on top of it. It’s not just the picturesque views from Namsan Park that make it a top draw, but N Seoul Tower’s status as a site for lovers from around the world who come on a daily basis to place a lock on the tower’s fence, professing their love to the external world. Nature lovers will be
rewarded should they take the time to walk through the often overlooked Namsan Park with its trails of beautiful scenery that change seasonally, excellent views of Seoul, and attractions such as Namsangol Hanok Village.