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Now, on to the good stuff! With a population of more than 10 million, the capital of
Without a doubt, Asian Attractions Expo 2009 and the nearly 150 exhibitors and full schedule of education programs that make up the conference and expo are the premier sight to see in
According to PriceWaterhouseCoopers and TEA/ERA, two of the 10 most popular amusement parks in Asia and three of the world’s top 20 waterparks are in
- Lotte World,
- Samsung Everland and
Caribbean Bay, Seoul Seoul Land, Seoul and Ocean World, Gangwon-do Vivaldi Park , Chungcheong Deoksan Spa Castle
- Seorak Waterpia, Gangon-do
Changdeok Palace Changgyeong Palace Deoksu Palace Bongeun-sa Temple
- Cheonggwonsa Shrine
- Dongnimmun (
Gate) Independence French Village( ) Seorae Village
Don’t miss the chance to treat yourself to some of the most flavorful and intoxicating foods the world has to offer. From traditional kimchi (spicy, fermented vegetables), bulgogi (marinated beef) and galbi (beef or pork short ribs), to more adventurous dishes, you won’t want to miss the dining pleasures of
- Dongdaemun Market – The largest shopping center in
. South Korea
- Namdaemun Market – The oldest continually running and largest retail market in
- Myeongdong – It has mid- to high-priced retail stores and international brand outlets.
- Insadong – A traditional street where you can see many art and antique stores.
- Apgujeong-dong – Upscale department stores, shops, boutiques, and restaurants.
- Sinchon – A shopping area that caters mainly to a young crowd and university students.
- Yongsan Electronics Market – The largest electronics market in the whole of
- Hwanghak-dong Flea Market
- Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market
- Garak Market
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