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Bukchon Hanok Village

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Bukchon Hanok Village

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37, Gyedong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul 03059 South Korea
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AngukSeoul Metropolitan Subway9 min
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Half-Day Korean DMZ Tour from Seoul
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Half-Day Korean DMZ Tour from Seoul
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Travelers that want to uncover the history of the Korean War may be disappointed to learn that independent travelers can't visit the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea. But with this guided tour, you can explore this storied area on the Korean border. Highlights include stops at the 3rd Tunnel and DMZ Exhibition Hall, views of the Freedom Bridge, and your guide's commentary on the history of the Korean War.
$45.50 per adult
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You can see the beauty of Hanok, a traditional Korean house. At the same time you can see the current view of Seoul. You have to walk a lot to get here, so wear sneakers. One thing to be careful about is that Hanok has real residents, so try not to make noise. After visiting
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You can get to Bukchon Hanok village from Anguk station. It’s a traditional korean village from 600 years ago located on top of a hill between two palaces. Here you'll find lots of alleys, Tea houses, cafes and guesthouses. There're not just teahouses, museums and such, it's
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We went to the village after a trip to the North Seoul Tower. The village is a lovely little haven away from the hustle and bustle of the city. We were there as the sun was going down and darkness fell and it was lovely and quiet. A must see in Seoul amongst many others. A
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Bukchon is a beautiful, elegant neighborhood in Seoul. The houses preserve traditional architecture. Roofs are beautiful. Many wealthy Koreans, some of all tradition, live here. The place is quite exclusive. Shops are elegant, casual, eclectic. The aromas, the colors, the
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This area is so beautiful. Perfect for taking loads of pictures while wearing hanbok. The only thing is you need to keep quiet and do not make loud noice as there are people still living in it. Please respect the locals.
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