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1. Dongdaemun Design Plaza

The newest and most iconic landmark of the Korean design industry. Located at the centre of Dongdaemun area, the DDP will serve as a key venue for design-related shows and conferences, exhibitions, etc.


2. Ewha Womans University

One of the most popular shopping district in Seoul. You will found Korean college student shopping area which is affordable and stylish, also tons of nice cafes to hangout like a Korean college girl. As well as the main street leading to the campus, many of the alleyways are worth visiting.


3. Gangnam District

Known as the most expensive and exclusive district of Seoul. Both the greater Gangnam Area and Gangnam itself are widely known for its heavily concentrated wealth and high standard of living, which has been compared to cities such as Beverly Hills of California. The streets are full of young, well-dressed and rich people mingling with expensive cars.


4. Haneul Sky Park

World Cup Park is made up of five parks and Haneul Park is one of them. Haneul Park derives its name, which means ‘sky’ in Korean, from its status as the park with the highest elevation in the area. The top of the park offers impressive views of the city. Autumn is the best time to visit here, you can walk among the reeds that move with the wind like silver waves to feel autumn at its fullest.


5. Namsan Park and Seoul Tower

Located on Mt. Namsan. The tower offers a bird’s eye view of Seoul. It has been a symbol of Seoul since 1980. Yet, if you don’t want to go up, you also can take a little walk in the park and enjoy various cultural performances around there.