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This is just a private house and not an official tourists' spot.
They may have a great view, but it is just a look from a typical home.
They have an entrance fee, and the owner will YELL and BE FURIOUS (of course, you won't...More
This is not an observatory and I am surprised on how this can be listed as such. I went with a friend as we we were looking for a place where to have a drink and hopefully view sunset. We saw the poster while walking...More
Although it is not a big deal to spend $3 per person on the trip for nothing, I’d appreciate for honest description. It is NOT an observatory, rather a small 3rd floor private appartment with covered balcony that provides just okey view. You get a...More
This cafe has some private tea set collections from Korea and some Japanese and China of the owner. The entrance fee is 5,000 won including a cup of tea or coffee. The interior is nice and the cafe has a shop that sells some souvenirs....More
A very nice area for a walk about. Small shops and cafes dot the neighbourhood. The Bukchon Observatory, a nice place to chill for a coffee or the delicious ginger tea. Would be nice to have some finger food.
OK let me preface this quick review by admitting to being an advanced moron, but the sentiment remains, this place is the only place to get the view of the area that is THE view of the area. And that of course is the rooftop...More
Lazlo from Germany told the exact facts. Free hot / cold drink included in the fee makes this visit worth doing. Using blue plastic bags around ones shoes left me a kind of a germ scared feeling. The view over Bukchon area is fine.
The observatory is clearly signposted within Bokchun village and offer a stunning view on Seoul. The entrance is 3.000 KRW (~2,5 EUR) and a free juice/coffee/tea is also included in the price. The metro station Anguk (orange line / line 3) is a few mintues...More