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2D1N Seoul Travel Guide for Everyone

Seoul, South Korea

It's definitely not the best idea to stay in Seoul for just 2 days. However, if you can't really make your trip any longer, we still have an excellent handy travel guide for you. This capital city of South Korea is a big modern city where new pop culture meets traditional architectures and beautiful palaces. Let's find out 5 different places to visit in Seoul while you are there, shall we?

Gyeongbokgung Palace & Museums

Gyeongbokgung Palace was built in 1395, the main royal palace in Joseon dynasty, is located in the city centre of Seoul. One entrance ticket allows you to visit the main palace and other palaces, its secret gardens, the National Palace Museum of Korea and the National Folk Museum of Korea. It is a great place for you if you are interested in the history of Korea, as well as the traditional life of the Korean, do see every single corner in the area!

Trick Eye Museum Seoul, South Korea

Trick Eye Museum Seoul

Do you want to have some fun? Come to Trick Eye Museum while you are in Seoul! This optical illusion museum offers stunning and realistic backdrops and props for every selfie lovers! They have different photo spots from natural, classical paintings, horror and funny scenes. The museum wouldn't be too busy so you'll definitely get a chance to take some nice pictures. It's a perfect place for family, friends or even couples!

Ewha Womans University

Visiting a university isn't usually the first choice for travellers. However, Ewha Womans University is absolutely a great place to go to if you enjoy browsing around the beautiful campuses. This private university was the very first educational institute founded in South Korea in 1886. The historical architectures, the beautiful scenes in four seasons, and the atmosphere are the main reasons why you should totally come here before you leave the city!

Myeong-Dong Walking Street, Seoul, South Korea

Myeong-Dong Walking Street 명동거리

Shopping is probably one of the things you must do while you are in Seoul. If you are crazy about shopping, come to Myeong-Dong shopping district! This neighbourhood is 100% tailor-made for all shoppers! You can buy things such as cosmetics, skincare products, clothings and more from here. When you feel tired, you may also go to various authentic Korean restaurants and try your favourite Korean dishes here!

Everland Theme Park, Seoul, South Korea

Everland Theme Park

If you are still looking for some extra fun, visiting Everland Theme Park, the largest theme park in South Korea, is obviously the best choice of all times. This theme park is located in Yongin, a city only 1-hour drive away from Seoul city centre. You can find not only attractions and rides in the amusement park, but also a small safari zoo and sleighing area (open in winter only), too! We highly recommend you to spend at least a day here. We truly believe that you wouldn't want to leave at the end!


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