The uniqueness and peculiarity of the space in the cave is combined with cultural and art content to create a new culture of creativity. Starting with the Cave Arts Center, art work can be seen at every corner of the cave, through collaborations with numerous artists, and light and new media work spread out over a dark background are leaving a memorable impression on visitors’ imaginations.
|Location||142, 85 gil, Gahak-ro, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do|
|Opening hours||Weekdays 09:00 - 18:00 (last admission time 17:00)|
Gocheok Sky Dome
The Gocheok Sky Dome, which has been drawing attention as Korea’s first dome stadium, is a domed baseball field that was completed in September 2015, and it is a sports culture complex facility where you can enjoy athletic and cultural events throughout the year. The Gocheok Sky Dome, which can accommodate the largest audience among indoor performance halls in Korea, is gaining popularity as a culture and arts facility where various concerts, events, and awards can be held during the off-season when there are no a baseball games.
|Location||430 Gyeongin-ro, Gocheok-dong, Guro-gu, Seoul|
The Scandinavian company with unique designs, low prices, and DIY products that have no assembly or shipping costs because shipping and assembly are handled directly by the customers.
|Location||17 Iljing-ro, Iljik-dong, Gwangmyeong-si, Gyeonggi-do|
Mokdong Ice Rink
Mokdong Ice Rink is located in Yangcheon-gu, Seoul and is the largest ice rink in Korea. Mokdong Ice Rink, which is an ice rink that meets international standard, holds skating classes where residents can learn and participate in a variety of games.
|Location||939 Annyangcheon-ro, Mok 1(il)-dong, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul|
One of the hottest places in Seoul where you can find clubs, famous restaurants, and clothing shops all clustered together. Guide: The area from the Hongdae Shopping Street to the front gate of Hongik University is what is being referred to as “Hongdae“
|Location||192-38 Donggyo-dong, Mapo-gu, Seoul|
|Information||Hongdae fashion street ~front gate of Hongdae|
The first of five palaces constructed during the Joseon Dynasty, where various royal coronation ceremonies took place
|Location||161 Sajik-ro, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul|
Bukchon Hanok Village & Samcheong-dong
Here, Hanoks are concentrated in Gaheo-dong and Samcheong-dong. This area is called Bukchon Hanok Village In Samcheong-dong, there are beautiful shops are hidden in all the alleyways.
|Location||Seoul, Jongno-gu, Gye-dong, 37|
Itaewon & Gyeongridan-gil Road
An impressive place with a street lined with cafes that stretches to Gyeongridan, where foods from around the world and foreign people are gathered.
|Location||210-65 Itaewon-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul|
With its reputation as the number one fashion street in Korea, Shinsa-dong Garosu-gil is indeed Korea’s number one place for shopping tourism thanks to its extravagant and exotic charms.
|Location||Sinsa-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul|
63 Building (63 Square)
63 Square is a skyscraper in Yeouido-gu, Seoul Metropolitan City, South Korea. With 60 floors and 3 basement floors, it is 249m tall (264 from sea level). Variety of famous places can be found in this space soaring up high into the sky over gross area of 160,000m2 so it is one of the most symbolic tourist spots of Seoul. Han River, the vein of Seoul can be seen at a glance, from Gwangnaru to Haengjudaegyo Bridge and it faces Namsan Mountain, Bugaksan Mountain and Gwangaksan Mountain. Moreover, Gangnam of Seoul can be seen along with the entire Gangbuk area and in particular, the evening sunset in the west and the head lights of vehicles on Gangbyeon-ro passing through the river are one of the breathtaking views of 63 Square.
|Location||50, 63-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul Metropolitan City (Yeouido-dong)|