4 Places to Visit While In Seoul
Jjimjilbang is a public bath or sauna place that becomes one of the typical Korean country traits. If we watch the drama, there is often a scene where the character in the drama goes to jjimjilbang. Jjimjilbang is equipped with hot tub, shower, hot sauna room, cold room, cafeteria, and sleeping area. Generally, jjimjilbang is open for 24 hours and is visited for people who want to relax on weekends and weekdays. One of the famous jjimjilbang in Seoul is Dragon Hill Spa.
- Hangang Park
Who does not know Hangang Park. Yes, Hangang Park usually appears in Korean drama scenes when the 2 characters are dating. Hangang Park which is located in the same area with Hangang River was built based on the ‘Hangang River Comprehensive Development Project’ in the 1980s, which is deliberately designed for the inhabitants of Seoul to be able to relax or exercise. In Hangang Park, we can sit back while enjoying the view of Hangang river or enjoy snacks that are sold around the location. In addition, visitors can also borrow bikes that are rented in the area.
- Line Friends Store & Café
It is common for some people to visit Seoul, so you definitely need to take the time to come to Line Friends Store & Café in order to take pictures with Brown icon. In Seoul, the Line Friends Store has opened in several areas, such as Myeongdong, Shinchon and Hongdae. Just like the name it suggests, Line Friends Store & Café sells a variety of character that appear in Line apps like Brown, Cony, Sall, Choco, Pangyo, James, and more. For the café, they sell cookies, cupcakes, ice cream, and other sweet snacks that are definitely Line shaped characters as well.
- Myeongdong District
If you go to Seoul, it’s good if you take the time to go to Myeongdong. Myeongdong is a shopping center that provides many shopping options ranging from brand clothes, cosmetics, shoes, and street-food that every tourist should try. Brand make ups such as Laneige, Etude, VDL, Nature Republic, Holika Holika, The Skin Food, and The Face Shop are available almost in every direction. And if you want to try street-food that sells typical Korean country snacks, it’s better for you to come at night because street-food usually goes on sale late in the evening.