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This is a Hanok library on Inwangsan Mountain. Come by and get relaxed in a quiet area.
- The location is close from Changuimun(Jahamun). Local bus(green) #1020, #7022 and #7212 goes there. There's almost no uphill until there. Good to visit together with Inwangsan Trail, Changuimun Gate(Jahamun) or Yun Dong-Ju Literary Museum.
- A free Hanok library. Really relaxing with...
This is a tiny free museum devoting to the poem Dong-Ju Yun.
Good for Koreans and a few foreign visitors who are interested in the life of Yun.
There are three exhibition halls. Left materials, open-air garden and the theater. Taking a photo or a video is allowed only in the garden.
Visitors also can purchase some products related to...
This is a public park on a hill. Good place to take a walk or do some exercise using installations. For visitors, it's a short visit before entering the access to Inwangsan Trail.
- Locating on a hill, it's just a bit of walking upward to enter.
- It has a fine view of Bugaksan Mountain.
- There are Changuimun...
So this place has restricted access - after a unit of NK Special Forces infiltrated Seoul in 1968, public access to this area was limited for forty years. It reopened to the public in 2007. For people who are looking for a hike that is challenging, out of the ordinary, and not crowded with tourists, this is it!!
It was the best of best korean restaurant.
The taste of food was not strong but mild, You can taste what is real best korean food.
The food here was served to the royal family during the Joseon Dynasty.
Compared to food quality and service levels, food prices are not expensive.
경험해본 한정식중 최고의 음식이다.
음식의 맛은 강하지 않고 부드럽지만...