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31 Taepyeongno 1-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul South Korea
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Euljiro 1-gaSeoul Metropolitan Subway6 min
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No Shopping DMZ Half Day Tour from Seoul
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No Shopping DMZ Half Day Tour from Seoul

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Enjoy the highlights of the DMZ and get back to Seoul in time for lunch on a guided group tour. Listen to immersive commentary during visits to Imjingak Park, Dora Observatory, and other important landmarks. Have your camera ready for an unobstructed view of one of the world's most famous demilitarized zones. Best of all, this excursion does not include unnecessary shopping stops that other tours add on, which saves you valuable vacation time.
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GlobetrotterJ16 wrote a review Jul 2020
Seoul, South Korea1,789 contributions279 helpful votes
Should City Hall features unique and contemporary architecture, besides that not really much to see. There is a large lawn area in front of the building which is great to take a picture, but otherwise not much to do. Location wise very central, whether nearby shopping in Myeongdong or Insadong, or a visit to the Palace, everything is in walking distance. Not a destination in itself but a good spot to take a picture when passing by,
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Date of experience: June 2020
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BillNabilah wrote a review Mar 2020
Sepang, Malaysia243 contributions29 helpful votes
It definitely stands out architecturally as it aims to be the future of Korea. As the old building has a classic design, this new building is so looking so modern and beautiful. Worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Clay S wrote a review Feb 2020
Carleton Place, Canada17 contributions1 helpful vote
go to changing of the guard across the street at 2:20 pm daily well worth it. Done in asian ancient dressing and at the end you are encouraged to get pics with the dressed up staff !
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Culinary-Consultants wrote a review Feb 2020
Ferrara, Italy3,461 contributions581 helpful votes
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Without a doubt this is a MUST SEE. The pictures we are showing here were a kind donation from the IARC Architects (the actual group that designed and made this amazing piece of Art). The building is absolutely gorgeous filled with outstanding materials, curves, bubbles, inner gardens and from the outside, although great and beautiful, does not represent the full impact that you receive whilst in the inside. As explained to us.... This place wants to be a future architecture that goes with the culture and terrain of the new Seoul citizens’ cultural emotion. And apparently the design of this building is based or inspired on mountains and valleys. Inspired on nature basically. As some of you may or may not know, the Seoul square is a symbolical center of Seoul and the only existing outside public space. As described; the concept design is a vertical extension of the Seoul square. The cultural facilities in this building are literally hanging. The Multi-level hanging terraces are linking to its culture facilities. Inside the stairs and the curved handling rods, that seem not to make any sense (it does). Inner wall attached and hanging gardens bring color, nature and live to this place. All in all we highly recommend this place as a true shocking piece of modernistic and sustainable architecture. The place is very spacious, it has a library also and a coffee shop available at the bottom of the place. Please come and enjoy the amazing Seoul City Hall. Special thanks to IARC Architects for the outstanding images (a lot better than ours).
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Kat wrote a review Jan 2020
Seoul, South Korea2,118 contributions685 helpful votes
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I recently visited the City Hall and fell in love with its design and architecture. This modern build stands out drastically and you can easily spot it due to its architectural design. I took the elevator to the top floor and hung out at the cafe. The drinks and desserts are priced really low as compared to other cafes- yet they are fresh and tasty. I was a bit confused as to which floor is open to the public and tried getting off at various floors but the evaluator only goes to the top floor, and perhaps the other floors can only be accessed by the workers through other elevators. The basement floor is quite huge and offered a wide range of sitting areas as well as shops, archeological museum and others. Right in front of the City Hall lies the moon shaped ice rink which is open during the winter season. All in all, it was an interesting visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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