Seoul Tower
Located at the top of Mt, Namsan in the heart of Seoul, Seoul Tower is a 240-meter tall tower completed in 1975, Often regarded as Asia's most beautiful tower, this tower is also where you can get the most exciting night view of Seoul, the dramatic light shows made by skyscrapers, inner city highways and the long bridges of Han river

NamSan Hanok Village
It was used to be a Korean upper class's village. Korean's original style of upper class houses and gardens will make you feel comfortable like your home. Also, they have had an time capsule to show you a celebration for 600 years as the capital.
Blue House
Official residence of the president is called "The Blue House".The symbol of the Blue House, which is at the center of Korean politics, is the blue tiles. The first thing that catches your eye when you arrive at the Blue House is also the blue tiles of the main building. The blue tiles and the smooth roof are in beautiful harmony with Mt. Bugaksan behind it.
Gyeongbokgung Palace
Gyeonbokgung Palace is a palace erected during the reign of king Taejo, founder of the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910) which was the final kingdom in Korea, but it was destroyed in the Japanese invasion of 1592. It was reconstructed in 1868. It has 4 gates including the southern main gate, Gwanghwamum.
Changdeok-gung
The best preserved of the five palaces of the Joseon Dyansty, the compound has been designated a World Heritage site by UNESCO. Originally an auxiliary palace, but since Songjon(1470-1494), it became virtually the main palace as kings came to live there.
Jongmyo
Throughout much of traditional Asian culture, including China and Korea, rite has been highly important, and in modern society preserving rite carries with it the meaning of maintaining basic social order. There are a number of rituals which are considered important forms of rite, and the most significant of these in Korea are the Jongmyo and the Sajik rituals. Jongmyo is the term used for a place where memorial services are performed for deceased kings, and Sajik is the term for a place where services for the Gods of Earth and Crops are performed. These rituals are symbols for nations themselves in that they guarantee order and successful ruling of the nation.
National Folk Museum
The National Folk Museum is located on the compound of Gyeongbok palace. It shows you the traditional life of both the ordinary people and aristocracy. It has exhibits from all parts of Korea. There ae displays of traditional farming methods, hunting, weaving, cooking and other house keeping chores.
National Museum
The National Museum of Korea (NMK) endeavors to preserve, to exhibit, and to interpret our cultural heritage in a manner that befits the museum¡¯s international scale. It also strives through international cultural exchanges to become a world-class institution that serves the Korean people. To achieve its mission, the museum will focus on three objectives: popularization, globalization, and informatization. Above all, the NMK will provide more extensive visitor services both in quality and quantity as it envisions a cultural multiplex of great accessibility and comfort. To make cultural welfare more equitable is one of the key issues in the new millennium and the NMK will be at the forefront in delivering cultural benefit to a broader and more diverse audience.
Jogye Temple
Jogyesa Temple leads to the Zen Buddhism in Korea. This temple does not give off the solemn and traditional feelings of the other temples located in the deep mountains. But it has some advantages compared to the other temples because the transportation is very convenient and this temple is well connected to the surrounding city area.
Cheonggyecheon
The Cheonggyecheon used to be a naturally formed stream before the Joseon Dynasty designated Seoul as its capital. It was used for women gathered along the stream, bringing a load of clothes to wash and cauldrons to boil the clothes, and children playing in the stream. During the Japanese colonial period, the Cheonggyecheon went through some changes different from those made in the past. the Cheonggyecheon was filled up with trash, ground and sand swept from the bare mountains and severely contaminated with wastes from shabby makeshift houses built alongside. After the Korean War (1950~1953), even more people swarmed into Seoul to find their way and make their living and settled down along the stream. It appeared that the handiest way to put an end to the multitude of shabby, makeshift houses and the dirty smell was to cover up the stream with concrete. Finally, the work to cover it up with concrete started as quickly as possible by August 1958, with the 136m section near Gwangtonggyo completed in 1955 ahead of the remaining sections. In addition, a 5.6 km-long, 16 m-wide elevated highway extending from Gwanggyo to Majang-dong was completed over the stream in August 1971 after four working years. Thus, all makeshift houses along the stream were demolished, freeing the place for some modern commercial buildings.Then, in the 1980s and 1990s, it came to be regarded as a source of intense traffic, health and environmental issues. Finaly, Seoul city dicided for recover the stream and now it becomes an oasis of the city, Seoul.
Han River Cruise
There are 7 leisure boats operating at each ferry of Jamsil, Ttukseom, Yeouido, Yanghwa and Nanji(Samgam) for various combinations of cruising routes. With the gentle ripples of the river dancing to the dazzling spotlights and the tunes of music from the leisure boats, each ferry is a romantic place lovers, friends and families can get together and enjoy the beauties of the Hangang.
Namdaemun Market
Namdaemun Market is the largest one in Seoul and shoppers may get any product in Korea at the cheapest price at here. Moreover it`s near from the center of Seoul, passengers can easily access to the major hotels even at night.
Insa-dong
Authentically decorated tea houses serving an intriguing array of traditional teas, high-end antique galleries and delicious and innovation restaurants in Seoul are all found here, Insa-dong is a favorite stop for tourists who know that this is the place to find a perfect gift to take back home.
Itaewon
Itawon has been a residential area for foreigners every since the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910), and continues to have a high concentration of foreigners living in the housing nearby and on the American army base. The shopping district in Itawon is particularly well-known with some 1,350 shops located in the area. Goods and prices vary from dirt-cheap bargains to luxury items like furs.
Seoul World Cup Stadium
Seoul World Cup Stadium is shaped like a traditional Korean kite and seen from above, it looks as if a rectangular shield is being flown like a kite. It accommodates about 60,000 seats. The area and facility of this stadium is the best in Asia. Nearby the stadium, there are a variety of parks, ideal for leisurely walks. It makes the parks ideal walking areas in the morning. In the evenings, many in-line skaters come and hang out as well. The stadium is open from 9 to 5 pm.
COEX Aquarium
The COEX Aquarium offers not only an opportunity not just for leisure but for education as well. It is a theme-oriented aquarium of world class which promotes Edutainment (Education+ Entertainment).
Under the theme of "The Fantastic Journey of Water", the COEX Aquarium has produced an environment closely simulating the real one, to allow children a chance to acquire first-hand knowledge of the world of underwater organisms. It will certainly take every audience on an expedition to a world they have not yet experienced.The COEX Aquarium is the first aquarium in Korea to employ the quarantine tanks of cutting edge technology. Through continuing studies, it is making a crucial contribution to the conservation of ocean resources and ecological research, bringing the development of the ocean industry a step closer. As the only theme-oriented commercial aquarium in the country, the COEX Aquarium is an extremely exciting attraction, both nationwide and worldwide. The COEX Aquarium boasts facilities that can beat any other aquarium in the world. It not only adds to the integrity of the theme park industry in Korea but also enhances the profitability of its tourism.
Lotte World
This huge shopping and entertainment complex offers visitors the chance to experience a folk village, adventure, and sports center as well as a hotel and department store. One of the major reasons tourists are attracted to Lotte World is the amusement rides. you will have new kinds of fun through the Lotte World.
Sauna
Thereis a lot of things to try when you go to abroad contry, such as treditinal food, treditional play, ect... When you come to Korea, you must try Korean food-Kimchi, Bulgogy, Samgyoetang- treditional treditional dancing and performances- Nong-Ak, Fan Dancing, Nan Ta, and Jump- and KoreanSauna. Korean Sauna is so specail, because there is specail treatment - meridian pathways massage, exfoliate of your wholl body, and facial massage- than the other contries. Especially, Korean Sauna will relax your tite mucels from the hiking.