Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Seoul
Once served as home to royal families, the neighborhood of Insadong treats shoppers with ceramics stores, traditional handicraft shops and art galleries. Foodies can also savor delectable Korean meals.
Located in the heart of Seoul, Jongno is one of the oldest neighborhoods near downtown area. The enormous peak of Namssan and the large gate of Gwangwhamun are main landmarks in the area.
One of the most-frequented shopping areas in Seoul, Myeongdong houses many accessories and clothing stores available in both mid-price and high-price. For more shopping options, head to the open markets of Dongdaemun and Namdaemun.
Once the headquarters of Seoul National University, the neighborhood of Daehangno now fascinates students with sprawling Marronier Park. Get wholesome entertainment at various movie theaters and outdoor shows.
Jamsil amuses visitors with the Lotte World, South Korea’s biggest amusement park and the Seoul Sports Complex. Find the early tombs belonging to the Baekje era.