N Seoul Tower is a major landmark located on top of Namsan Mountain, overlooking a panoramic view of Seoul. It is not only a paradise for Koreans, but also a popular destination for foreign tourists. Under the N Seoul Tower is a wall of locks, where lovers come to hang a lock symbolizing their never-ending love. The French-style revolving restaurant at the top of the tower is a popular spot for a romantic dinner on what feels like the top of the world. Another highlight of the N Seoul Tower is the fantastic night view. The lights on the launch tower, observation deck, tower and tower floor are all as magnificent as they are varied, and even change with the weather and seasons.
Myeong-dong is a well-known commercial district in Korea that combines food and beverage all kinds of entertainment. It includes a wide variety of brand-name stores with small vendors selling small commodities and food on either side of the street. The Myeong-dong Festival is held here in the spring and autumn, as well as the Miss Myeong-dong Pageant, folk games, traditional wedding ceremonies, fashion shows and plenty of other attractions.
Bukchon Hanok Village is a classic traditional residential area in Seoul. The houses are all perfectly preserved blue-spring houses of the Joseson era. In addition to traditional Hanok, Korean restaurants, hanbok stores, and traditional handicraft workshops, the area now includes a number of cafes, Western restaurants, clothing shops and galleries in traditional Korean houses. Visitors can choose to either visit the North Village, or stay in Hanok. The eight villages in Kitamura are a famous attraction in the Bukchon Hanok Village. These scenes highlight the architectural charm of the Hanok houses, some artistic and others rich in the flavor of the daily life of local residents.
Cheonggyecheon is an artificial canal that runs through Seoul from north to south. It is a place where citizens and tourists can rest in Seoul. It forms a popular tourism area together with attractions nearby such as Gwanghwamun, City Hall, Jongno and Dongdaemun. Cheonggyecheon's night is romantic. It is a good place to enjoy the cool summer evenings and a dating site for lovers.
Namsan Park is where the Seoul's landmark - N Seoul Tower stands. Rising up to an altitude of 265 meters on top of the mountain, it is a favorite place for the public for relaxing as it overlooks the surrounding scenery. You can take the Namsan cable car or walk to the top of the mountain. The scenery of Namsan is very beautiful all year round, and it become more lively during the seasons of cherry blossoms and red leaves. Korean dramas "My Lovely Sam-soon", "Flower Four" and “Rooftop Prince" had been filmed here. There are also 7 kilometers of promenades near Namsan Park, where various flowers and trees such as cherry blossoms, primeroses, manglietias and azaleas are planted along the way.
Gyeongbokgung Palace is located in a corner of central Seoul, the first palace constructed during the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung features gorgeous scenery all year round, with cherry blossoms in the spring, green trees in summer, ginkgo trees in autumn, and pearly white snow in winter. Korean dramas, such as "Da Jang Geum", "The House of Kings", and "You from the Stars" have all been filmed here. The east side of Gyeongbokgung Palace is Geonchunmun Gate, with Yeongchumun in the west, Sinmumun in the north, and Gwanghwamun in the south. Gwanghwamun Gate is the main entrance to the palace, featuring exquisite craftsmanship, clever architecture, and a magnificent stylistic design. The changing of the guard ceremony is certainly worth a watch.
Every picture of the Trickeye Museum in Seoul is very realistic. Visitors are not only exposed to cool visual experience, but also can take pictures in front of the painting with various interesting poses. The main hall consists of 8 theme halls, including History Museum, Famous Painting Museum, Love Museum, Luxury Museum, Life Museum, Traditional Museum, Fashion Museum, and Mirror Labyrinth. The works in display are rich in content. After visiting the Trickeye Museum in Seoul, you can also visit Ice Museum and Santorini Gallery together.
Ewha Womans University is a world-renowned women's institution of higher learning. The school has all sorts of beautiful scenery, especially in the autumn when the maple leaves are falling or the spring when the cherry blossoms first appear. Everywhere you look is a mix of verdant green growth and old-style scholastic buildings. The quiet little garden on the hillside and the campus avenue full of ginkgo trees are hard to forget. Ewha means “pear flower” and, as a result, the school's gate has a large bas relief sculpture of pear blossoms. This is a popular site for taking souvenir photos. Ewha Womans University ECC (Ewha Campus Complex) is Korea's largest underground campus. There are six levels counting down from the ground floor. Near the school, Ewha Fashion Street caters to the student body with beauty salons, fashion stores and cafés.
Sinsa-dong is the fashion street of Seoul. Lines of lush ginkgo trees run along the street that runs over a hundred meters, their canopies forming a natural green tunnel. It is also called “Sinsa-dong Boulevard." Boutiques and stationery stores occupy both sides of the street, as well as many European-style outdoor cafes and chic restaurants. It is shielded from the city’s noise, providing a tranquil and elegant atmosphere.