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The Seoul Lantern Festival at Cheongyecheon

I just happened to encounter the Seoul Lantern Festival at Cheongyecheon stream.

Cheongyecheon has an interesting history. The short version is that it was once a natural stream flowing through Seoul which was a tributary of the great Han river. 470 more words

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Santa Claus Came To Town!

So…..what do you do when you wake up on a drizzly Friday morning and want to do something interesting and unusual? Well, you go to a Santa Claus convention, of course!!! 940 more words

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Seoul's Namsan and N Seoul Tower

One of the most famous landmarks in Seoul is N Seoul Tower, which sits on top of Namsan (not to be confused with Namsan in Gyeongju… 470 more words

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Gyeongbokgung, the Largest Palace in Seoul

After visiting Jongmyo, I ate lunch in Insa-dong, and then walked to Gwanghwamun Square to the entrance of the only other palace which is open on Mondays, Gyeongbokgung. 1,068 more words

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Bukhansan, the Roof of Seoul

Of course, I had to visit Bukhansan National Park, which straddles Seoul City and Goyang City in Gyeoggi Province. It is the iconic set of mountains just north of Seoul city center. 606 more words

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