Top 5 Parks and Squares in Seoul

Seoul is the capital and largest city of South Korea. The population of the city center is about 10 million, but with the surrounding residential areas, this number increases to 25 million, making it the second-largest metropolitan area in the world.

Seoul is one of the most popular cities in Asia. This city has it all, from a fascinating and unusual culture to great food, great shopping, and great entertainment. It is also currently accessible to travelers and the Korean people are quite hospitable. There are also countless attractions in Seoul.

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1. Lotte World

This is the world’s largest indoor amusement park. There is also a shopping complex within the facility. If you are going to Seoul with your children, it is a must-visit place. Of course, the fun here is not just for kids.

Lotte World has both indoor and outdoor amusement parks. There is also a hotel, aquarium, luxury boutiques, and a water park on-site. For maximum fun and excitement, you should definitely try Desperados Game, Dragons Wild Shooting Game, and Comet Express roller coaster.

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2. Seoul Tower

The tower offers a unique opportunity to watch the panoramic view of the city. The building also hosts a variety of cultural and recreational activities, as well as restaurants and snack bars.

Seoul Tower is located on Namsan mountain and has been one of Seoul’s most iconic landmarks since it opened in 1980. It was originally a communications and observation tower, but in the last few years, it has become one of the city’s most important and famous landmarks.

When you climb to the top of the tower and watch the city, you can get an idea of the size of the city. You can then head downstairs to see a movie or exhibition at the cultural site or enjoy a great meal at one of the upscale restaurants there.

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3. Everland

Everland, one of the most beautiful amusement parks in the world, is a great outdoor theme park in Seoul where the whole family can go.

Everland has five regions and tourist areas. This park has the world’s steepest wooden roller coaster and South Korea’s only safari.

You will need a full day to do justice to this place. If you love roller coasters, get ready to scream when you get on the world’s longest wooden train.

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4. Cheonggyecheon River

The banks of the Cheonggyecheon River offer a unique opportunity in the city to take a break from the busy city pace and enjoy nature. Seoul is a very lively city and sometimes it’s nice to get away from the crowds, pollution and enjoy nature. And that’s exactly what this river is for.

On hot summer days, you can immerse your feet in the water on the river bank, which is one of the popular places for the local people. You can also walk along the river and reach Seoul’s best attractions.

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5. Ikseondong Hanok Village

The best place in town to experience ancient Korea is Ikseon-dong Hanok Village. There are some amazing cafes and bars in this area as well, so you can have your meal here as well during your explorations. This area is not usually listed as one of the best places to visit in Korea.

But if you want to experience a mix of history, dining, and creative shopping options, this place is great. The area was first established in 1920 and seems to have stuck in its time period. Wandering the streets can take you on a journey back in time.

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