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This huge gate is the entrance to the Gyeongbokgung palace, which is the biggest among five palaces in Seoul. A changing of the guards ceremony happens at the gate at 10 am and 2 pm. You can view the ceremony for free. Entry ticket is to be purchased for visiting the palace
It is located within Gyeongbokgung Palace. Entrance is free. Inside the museum, you can collect beautiful stamps. A brief history about the past Korea. A lot of exhibition changing from time to time. Make sure to come here when you are in Seoul.
Just 10 years ago, this public square replaced 10 traffic lanes as part of various environmentally friendly renovations going on in Seoul. The big rectangle runs from Gwanghwamun Gate on the North to Sejongno Sageon intersection on the South. We walked its length from the intersection, en route to Gyeongbokgung, the city’s premier palace on a Saturday afternoon. I saw...
A great Italian restaurant with tasty pizzas and deserts. During my stay at Four Seasons Hotel, I dined at this restaurant a couple of times. Quattro formaggi pizza, Tiramisu and Lemon tart were among my favorites. It is a bit on the pricey side but definitely worth the visit.
The Starbucks experience was lacking. Compared to other Coffee venues, it was certainly overpriced, with impersonal service, and seemed to cater to locals willing to spend more to be seen there. Not foreigner-friendly, no English speaking employees, and basically unfriendly.
"Speakeasy discretely tucked away in the beautiful Four Seasons Hotel Seoul"
reviewed December 2, 2019 by jeffk572
Charles H is a very fun twist on a past era and a great destination spot for people visiting Seoul. The drinks were very well presented and prepared and should be considered as a paring with the unique backdrop of the Prohibition-era vibe. I would not consider this to be a "bar" and feel that it is more of a...
Seriously... best breakfast ever! All the options available, you will start and will never finish. So many options: pastry, cuts, healthy, eggs, arabic, korean and chineese. We tried them all for three straight days!
worth every dollar.
Taker your time so you can enjoy it.
"Elegant high end property in an idyllic neighbourhood"
reviewed 5 days ago by laandafly
The entire property is elegant, modern, and the hospitality is flawless. I stayed in a Club Room located on the 28th floor. In addition to the legendary Four Seasons bed, my favourite feature of the room was the floor-to-ceiling windows which filled the interior with natural light in the morning. As I was jet lagged, I used to go to...