A Travel Guide To Seoul South Korea
National Museum of Korea – audio or visual guide is recommended when touring this very huge museum as it has so many relics. It has 6 galleries.
War Museum – it has 6 show rooms displaying an almost 5,000 year history of foreign invasions. The park that surrounds the museum displays aircrafts, tanks and other fighting machines from the Korean War to the present.
Seoul Museum of Art – the road of the Museum doesn’t have walls to allow the visitors to enjoy the sculptures and landscape from the outside. A hundred-year old tree has been preserved together with the sculptures and installed artworks which tells about the past and present shape of Seoul.
The Story of King Sejong – dedicated to display the achievements of King Sejong.
Other museums in the city are Agricultural Museum, Embroidery Museum, Heojun Museum, King Sejong Great Memorial Hall, Korean National Police Heritage Museum, Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art, National Folk Museum, Seodaemun Museum of Natural History, Seoul Historical Museum, and Seoul Railway Museum.
Enjoy the parks.
Seoul has a lot of parks too. Enjoy at these parks around the city: Cheonggye Stream, Yeouido Park, Dosan Park, Yangjae Stream, Dream Forest, Yangjae’s Citizen Forest, Han River Park, World Cup Park, Hongreung Arbuterum, Seoul Forest, Namsan Park, Seoul Children’s Grand Park, Olympic Park, Seonyudo Park, Paris Park and Seokchon Lake Park.
Experience night life in Seoul.
Visit these places and see how fun it is in Seoul at night: Yeongdeungpo (Night Life), Bangbae-dong Café Street, Sinchon-dong (Night Life), COEX Mall, Lotte World, Daehang-no (University Street), Jong-no (Night Life), Dongdaemon (Night Life), Jamsil (Night Life), Gangnam (Night Life), Itaewon-dong (Night Life), Hongdae (Hongik University area).
There are a lot of shopping malls in Seoul. Shop until you drop!