Check out the local area in Ilsandong—home to attractions like Ilsan Lake Park and Goyang Aram Nuri Arts Center.
Culture, Festivals and Lakes
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.
Walk amid this peaceful natural environment, ride a cable car and marvel at Seoul’s majestic skyline at this sprawling mountain park.
Introducing the Indoor Animal Theme Park in the City, Zoolung Zoolung!! If you want to relax and have fun with the animals without going far from Seoul, why don't you visit Zoolung Zoolung, the animal theme park in the city.
Known for its variety of activities and shows, Onemount Snow Park is the first and largest indoor winter theme park in South Korea. It is a spacious entertainment ground for all ages.
Aqua Planet in Gyeonggi-do boasts the largest complex in the capital area that provides hands-on underwater observation facilities.
As one of the most visited amusement parks in town, it is no surprised that popular South Korean variety show, “Running Man” was filmed at Onemount Water Park. From thrill waterslides to dry docks and spas, it offers a variety of facilities for everyone.
If you see people walking underwater at the Woongjin Aquarium with astronaut-like head gear, don’t worry, they’re probably just taking on the seawalker experience to meet the adorable sea creatures inside the aquarium - and you can, too!.
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.