Check out sights like Noryangjin Fish Market and Sayookshin Park as you discover Dongjak-gu—an area also known for its restaurants.
Seafood, Shopping and Dining
Wake up early to watch the fish auctions at this boisterous market and purchase fresh seafood to have prepared before you at casual restaurants.
This sizable commercial district is home to a staggering number of shopping malls, specialty stores and traditional Korean marketplaces.
This royal palace has been destroyed on more than one occasion, but today it stands as one of Seoul’s finest examples of classic Korean architecture.
You don’t have to be in Seoul for a conference or fair to appreciate the facilities of COEX, South Korea’s outstanding events center and mall in Gangnam.
Marvel as natural light illuminates the galleries of this contemporary museum building, which houses thousands of ancient and valuable Korean objects.
This Seoul landmark can be seen from miles around and offers the finest panoramas of the city.
Pay a visit to the boundary that divides North and South Korea on this half-day tour to the Demilitarized Zone. Step into one of the North Korean infiltration tunnels, look out across the country from the Dora observatory, and get a look at the unresolved history of the Korean War.
Explore Jeju Island to discover South Korea’s tropical beauty and traditional culture with your friendly expert guide. Visit natural highlights like the Cheonjiyeon Waterfall, Manjanggul Lava Tube, and Sunrise Peak, and see Korean culture first-hand at a folk village.
Discover some of Seoul's landmarks such as the Blue House and the Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung palaces on this full-day tour. Make a stop at the Folk Museum and Jogyesa Temple before experiencing the quaint Insadong street and Namdaemun Market.
One of the best ways to experience Seoul's enchanting scenery is by drifting peacefully down the Han River during a relaxing ferry cruise. Enjoy this experience with dinner and 360-degree views from atop the N Seoul Tower during a tour you won't soon forget.
Venture to the border of South and North Korea, where the unsettling Demilitarized Zone separates the 2 countries in a 2.5-mile-wide (4-km) swath of land lined by tanks, landmines, and electric fences.
Towering over the city from atop Namsan Mountain, the N Seoul Tower is an icon of the Seoul skyline. Ride up to the observation deck of the brightly lit, 777-foot (237-m) tower for stunning, unobstructed views over the city and surrounding landscapes.