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    Namdaemun Gate, which is also called Sungnyemun Gate, is the main south gate of the city wall of Seoul.It was first built in the fourth year of King Taejo's reign (1398), and rebuilt during the 29th year of The Great King Sejong's reign (1447).It was also found out during the renovation work in 1961-1963 that there was also a rebuilding work in the tenth year of King Seongjong's reign (1479).This is the oldest wooden structure in Seoul.

    address : 29, Namdaemunno 4-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea

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    The Cheonggyecheon Museum opened on Sep. 26, 2005 to offer visitors a vision of the history and culture of the Cheonggyecheon at a glance. Located in Majang-dong, Seongdong-gu, the Museum is in a six-level building on land of 2,296 square meters, showing the past, present and future of the stream as well as the whole restoration process.Visitors can head up to the 4th floor through the escalator located on the outside and go on a ground floor tour of the museum.

    address : Changsin dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea

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    N Seoul Tower

    N SEOUL TOWER is a landmark of Seoul and N SEOUL TOWER is the very place to enjoy the entire city of Seoul!

    address : 1-3, Yongsan-dong 2-ga, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea

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    There is a saying that Korea's economic performance cannot be gauged without first understanding the money flow in Myeong-dong. Headed by bank of Korea and the headquarters of all the major banks of Korea, including kukmin, seouL and korea exchange, Myeong-dong is a center of Korean finance. Another characteristic of Myeong-dong is its cultural richness and prosperity, evidenced by the skyscrapers and the huge number of passers-by that crowds streets. Fashion boutiques abound in this neigborhood, along with well known cafes and small stages that hold live concerts. Restaurants are plentiful and varied to suit the tastes of any customer. On an average day it is estimated that two million shoppers visit Myeong-dong.

    address : Myeong-dong 2-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea

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    Namdaemun Market

    "Once in Namdaemun, you name itand you can get it... As Korea's largest and oldest conventional market Namdaemun is a barometer of seoul's economic situation and where seoulites can obtain firsthand knowlege of actual price fluctuations. It's also a world famous shopping paradise and an attraction that tourist should not miss. At Namdaemun, great efforts have been made to foster a tourist-friendly atmosphere. There is information available for local residents and tourists and free interpretation services(both in english and japanese)are readily available.

    address : 49-1, Namchang-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea

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    Insa-dong is a ideal place for visitors who want to experiance the true character of Korean art with its subtle, enduring beauty. Once you are in Insa-dong you immediatly will be drawn to the small alleys lined with numerous shops and galleries including antique shops, Korean stationery stores, frame shops, handycraft shops, book stores and painting studios, and art supply stores. In addition, restaurants and cafes serve traditional food and tea.

    address : Insa-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea