Hotel Where are you Stay → Jogye Temple →Pass by Cheong Wa Dae (Blue House) → The Royal guard Changing Ceremony → Gyeongbokgung Palace → The National Folk Museum → Amethyst or Jinseng Center → Finish at Itaewon
Jogye Temple is a place of rest spirit alive Mahayana Bodhisattva to seek to live in the world as well as the public representative of the Korea Buddhist Jogye Order's headquarters.
Jogye Temple is the only temple tradition located in the heart of downtown Seoul's Jongno international cultural city, a place where you can relax and feel free.
In addition, anyone can drop in any time between nationals or foreigners, whether Buddhist or not, or through an opening in the grounds 24 hours, prepare to have an open space that can participate in Buddhist-related events.
Blue tiled roof house that Cheong Wa Dae is President of the Republic of Korea, which means that inhabit the space and office space in our country's most famous house.
Although the presidential office perceived as a symbol of the regime of military power, now not only purify the atmosphere is a lot like the old days were now able to watch the presidential office it was not open all through a simple procedure.
The changing of the guards ceremony that takes place at Gyeongbok Palace is probably the most popular.
This ceremony is not very flashy, but majesty.
If you were to watch the ceremony, and immerse yourself in the beauty of Korea.
The choicest tour place for foreign tourists.
Gyungbok-gung Palace is the starting point of 500 years of history in Joseon Dynasty.
You will defiantly enjoy the stroll around the place feeling the quiet and peaceful mood.
It can be a representative tourism spot for foreigners to understand the tradition and history of Korea.
If you want to know the history of Korea properly, you should visit this place.
The National Folk Museum of Korea more than 200 million people every year looking for typical life of traditional culture that can feel and experience the culture of life for our nation as cultural museum and bought locks of educationHave been uprooted.
Many Koreans have fond memories of life in the 1960s and ' 70s, and these memories can now be relived at the National Folk Museum in Samcheong-dong, Seoul.