N Seoul Tower is the second highest point in Seoul and a must-see attraction. Ride Namsan's cable car - the first in Korea - up Namsan Mountain to the tower, enjoying the mountain scenery and a bird’s eye view of Seoul. The tower includes an observation deck, museum, exhibitions, restaurants, cafés, shops, and a Locks of Love display where couples can symbolise their eternal love for each other. Price: KRW 16,000 http://www.nseoultower.co.kr/eng/
Take a stroll through the village and experience the traditional way of life. Discover Korean culture and try on traditional costumes. The restored houses, pavilion, garden, performance arts stage and a time capsule plaza make it a perfect spot for exploration.
Dongdaemun Design Plaza, or ‘DDP’ - Dream, Design, and Play - is the place in Seoul to hold exhibitions, fashion shows, forums, conferences, and other domestic and international events. Take a trip into this cultural hub of modern Korea.
The most popular shopping district in South Korea. Numerous shopping malls and street vendors attract both locals and tourists.
Itaewon Street is one of South Korea's top international hubs and a great place for a day of shopping, sightseeing and dining. If you love antiques, find a unique piece to add to your collection back home.
From parks and bike riding to watersports and cruises, there's much to do by the Han River for a fulfilling day out.