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The Bukchon Honok traditional houses and the modern café and shops selling clothes and dresses co exist. It is a fun place to explore Shop in the boutique and catch the afternoon coffee break in the café. Another way to enjoy Seoul.
When coming here, I had a chance to visit ancient Hanok village. There are a lot of restaurants, cafes interspersed with houses with bold ancient Korean art. All blended together, creating a space that is both modern and peaceful, the most ancient and simple things....More
EXCELLENT shopping areas. The surroundings are like in old-fashioned houses but when you stepped into the shops, WOW! All high-end interior. Very comfortable to shop and pleasant to look around. We enjoyed our time here! Prices may be a little steep but its a really...More
Samcheong-dong is one of the hot spots in Korea whether your a local or a tourist. It is where tradition meets modern day. It is near Gyeongbokgung palace qnd the blue house. It's nice to stroll along the streets whether its day or night time....More
This is a must visit place for those who love traditional houses, villages and magnificent palaces.
I visited this place to visit my friend who is working at the Korean Constitutional Court. The Court is situated in this area and I took the chance to...More
This road is located near the presidential office and prime minister's home. Therefore, it is completely safe with a lot of police. There are many Korean-Western fusion style cafe and restaurants. It is fun to walk through the streets and find neat gift shops.
Hi there, you may wish to take a copy of the map at the Tourist Information Centre near the start of the walk to Bukchon Hanok Village. This is located about 1 block ahead from exit 2 of Anguk Station (subway line 3). The... More
Hi there, you may wish to take a copy of the map at the Tourist Information Centre near the start of the walk to Bukchon Hanok Village. This is located about 1 block ahead from exit 2 of Anguk Station (subway line 3). The map that they have there states very clearly on how to get to Samcheong dong.