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Pink Muhly (Pink colored Silver Grass) in Sangam-dong Sky Park (Haneul Park), Mapo-gu, Seoul is a spectacular sight. Pink Muhly, it was still green when it’s found the sky park in early September, looked beautiful pink on the 3rd October. Pink Muhly can be found at the Seoul Sky Park and walks towards the wish-tower....
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The <2018 Seoul Street Arts Festival> will be held throughout Seoul at Seoul Plaza, Gwanghwamun Square, Sejong-daero, Donuimun Museum Village and Namsangol Hanok Village for four days from October 4-7. Artist teams representing ten countries including France, Spain, Poland, England, and Belgium will partake in the festival to debut a total of 46 street art...
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The Seoul Metropolitan Government will build seven new pedestrian paths from Seoullo 7017 branching out into neighboring urban regeneration areas, including Seogye-dong, Jungnim-dong, Hoehyeon-dong, Huam-dong, and Seosomun-dong. Seoullo 7017, in its initial phase, was designed to convert an old highway overpass into a walkway in order to connect the eastern and western areas of Seoul...
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Gyeongbokgung Hanbok Photoshoot_01
We’re entering some of the best weather in Seoul now which makes it just the time to catch that perfect selfie. Places with a vantage point always make for great selfies. Namsan Park has great scenic points along its walk path to N Seoul Tower and which are far less crowded than the tower itself....
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Seoul Hanbok
From the Gojoseon Kingdom (2333 B.C.-108 B.C.) to the late 19th century Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), when Korea first opened its doors to western powers, the denizens of the Korean peninsula clad themselves in hanbok, the traditional dress that still remains to this day. After the ages-old outfit gave way to the westernized form of clothing,...
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In celebration of the Chuseok holiday, Seoul will be implementing a special transport policy measure during Chuseok to promote the safety and comfort of residents across the city. Subways and buses will operate later than usual for those returning to Seoul during the late hours of the night. The urban expressway traffic forecast service will...
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The Jongno Hanbok Festival will take place at Gwanghwamun Square and Sangchonjae in Seoul from Sept. 21st to 22nd, 2018. Visitors will get a chance to enjoy the beauty of traditional and modern hanbok. Hanbok isn’t just for the history books, many people wear and enjoy hanbok in their daily lives! Festival-goers can see the...
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“Welcome to those who have been invited by the king to visit Joseon.” A tour guide, dressed in the traditional robes of a Joseon court lady, came out of the Heungnyemun Gate at Gyeongbokgung Palace at 7:40 p.m. on Aug. 30. She welcomed the visitors to the Gyeongbokgung Palace Starlight Tour, signaling the start of...
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In the fall of the Han River in Seoul, a festival of picturesque Pink Muhly will unfold. The city plans to complete the ‘Grass Garden’, which includes 25 kinds of perennial plants including Pink Muhly, at the Han River Park in Jamwon, and will provide a romantic autumn trip. Book your Pink Muhly Photoshoot session The...
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National parks are very rarely within a city, and yet Bukhansan Mountain was designated as the 15th national park of Korea in 1983. With an area of 79.9㎢, it stretches over Seoul and Gyeonggi-do. Bukhansan National Park is divided into two areas with Uiryeong Pass in the middle: Bukhansan Mountain to the south from the...
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