Gyeongbokgung Palace in Korea

Enjoy A Cultural Holiday In Seoul

The largest metropolis of South Korea, Seoul is known as the "miracle on the Han" for a reason. From lush green city parks to towering skyscrapers and royal shrines, this 600-year old capital can leave you pleasantly surprised.
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Seoul - An Upcoming Tourist Destination

Though there are many prominent tourist destinations in Asia, Seoul is fast becoming a well appreciated and chosen destination for a perfect vacation. This city has registered a fast paced growth in past few years. With many multinational companies setting up their offices in this city, a large number of business travelers started frequenting for their business related work. Slowly and gradually, the city started gaining prominence in the tourism sector. Even today, the number of visitors coming to this city is not enough as compared to other Asian destinations but, still inch by inch, this destination is gaining a foothold in tourism arena. Airline tickets for cheap are readily available; hence budget travelers can plan a vacation in this city with ease.
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Seoul Hot Spots

For the serious sightseers who intend to explore beneath the surface of the modern city, a visit to Seoul is a must. The capital of South Korea and the seventh largest city in the world, Seoul has everything for every kind of traveler. A cutting-edge cityscape of glass, steel and concrete skyscrapers tower over traditional wooden houses with tiled roofs and a maze of cobbled alleys in distinct, village-like districts, to give it a complete mix of ancient and modern. Founded 600 years ago, this city is truly Asian, which can be sensed in its distinctive and aromatic food, much of it being vegetarian. The traditional tea houses, museums, the five elegant palaces which host cultural performances and the contemporary Korean cinema, keep the city's ancient past alive.
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Seoul Tourism Spots

Three years after the Joseon Dynasty was founded, the first royal palace built was the Gyeongbokgung in 1395. The location of the Gyeongbokgung was appointed capital of Seoul, back then known as Hanyang, and represented the sovereignty of the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgun is the largest of among Gyeonghuigung, Deoksugung, Changgyeonggun, and Changdeokgung, the 5 Grand Palaces, and served as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty.
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A Brief Travel Guide To Seoul

Seoul, or the Seoul Special City, is the capital and the largest metropolis of South Korea. It is located in the Han River. Seoul was once named as the World Design Capital in 2010 by International Council of Societies of Industrial Design. The city has a humid continental climate; summers are generally hot and humid while winters are often relatively cold.
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