Myeongdong has been maintained the distinction as the best place for shopping and the icon of fashion.
This place is the representative commercial supremacy in Korea and over two million local and fifty thousand foreign visitors are visiting every day.
Subway Line #4 Myeongdong Stn
This upscale department store is located across from trendy Myeongdong shopping district. Features Tiffany¡¯s and Mikimoto
on the ground floor and many other import stores on the duty free shopping level, including Louis Vuitton, Cartier and Escada.
Subway Line #2-Euljiro 1-ga Stn
Built in 1898, this brick cathedral designed in Western Style is the oldest structure in Korea.
A French priest is credited for the design of this neo-Renaissance building, which features a 45m steeple.
Subway Line #4-Myeongdong Stn
One of the five royal palaces during the Joseon Dynasty, this complex contains Daehanmun, the main gate; Junghwajeon, the throne hall and audience hall; and Seokjojeon, the only Western-style building found in any of the palaces, and home of the Royal Museum.
Subway Line #1 or Line #2-City Hall Stn
This open-air market is Korea¡¯s wholesale center for 600 years. You can find clothes, accessories, household goods, traditional souvenirs, herbal goods and even alive eels and turtles for adventurous gourmands. Still basically a traditional market, the atmosphere in Namdaemun has been changed, with new, high-rise shopping centers of the traditional market.
Subway Line #4-Hoehyeon Stn
Formerly the site of Seoul National University, this neighborhood is still a mecca for young adults.
In the heart of Daehangno is Marronier Park, where street performers and artists display their talents. Also known as Seoul¡¯s off-Broadway, there are plenty of small theaters, cafes, and galleries.
Subway Line #4-Hyehwa Stn

On this beautiful, tree-lined street, you can visit the Korean Traditional Folk Dress Museum, the Kumho Museum of Art and handicraft stores.
Running one-kilometer from Gyeongbokgung to Samcheong-dong, this street is famous for its luxurious restaurants and upscale galleries.
Subway Line #5-Gyeongbokgung Stn

Traditional Korean Village at the Valley of the Mount Nam

A part of Campaign to revive the former state of Mount Nam¢®¡¾, Pil-dong district with multitude of Korean traditional style houses at the Northern foot of the Mount Nam were referred to as the ¢®¡ÆChung Hak Dong, literally a district where Blue Cranes with fragrance of virtue live, due to the large number of poet scholars who lived in the area.
Beauty of the surrounding was outstanding enough to be included as one of the top 5 districts of HANYANG, former name of Seoul during the Chosun Dynasty, along with the Samchung-dong, Inwang-dong, Ssangkye-dong, and Baekwoon-dong.