Seoul: Attractions and more...
Seoul is incredibly full of different attractions.
One of the most popular areas for visitors to explore is Insa-dong, filled with antique shops, art galleries, traditional teahouses, restaurants and bookshops.
Mount Namsan, the mountain that stands sentinel in the centre of Seoul, is a popular recreational feature in the city. On the summit there are several attractions to enjoy, including the Maritime Aquarium, botanical gardens, fountains and the charming Seoul Tower.
The Chongmyo Shrine, built in the early 15th century by the founder of the Chosun Dynasty (Tae-jo).
In December 1995, the Chongmyo Shrine was designated a World Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO.
The Children’s Grand Park is one of the largest children's parks in Asia. It includes a zoo, a botanical garden, an amusement park, outdoor concert stages and physical training facilities.
Other great attractions of Seoul include the Kyongbokkung Palace, the Toksugung Palace, the Changdokkung Palace and it's Secret Garden, the 63 Building with IMAX theatre and aquarium, the night market at Dong-Dae Moon, the Achasanseong Fortress and the Thirteenth-century watchtower Dongshipjagak.
Lotte World, Seoul Dream Land and Everland are popular amusement parks located nearby Seoul city.
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