7$ - ham&cheese sandwich
The restaurant offers a variety of sandwiches, panini, homemade salad, fresh juice, coffee and potato soup. Resonable prices.
Jogyesa Temple is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Korea and a symbol of Korean Buddhism. Some of the nature that is not to be missed include a rare 500 year old Baeksong lacebark pine tree and a 450 year old Chinese scholar tree.
Must see destination in Seoul. There is situated great statue of prominent korean personality. King Sejong famous for creating the Korean writing system. Great place during the summer with the water fountains
1$ - Adult (age 19~64) = 1000 won, Youth (age 7~18) = 500 won
Deoksugung is one of Seoul’s five surviving grand palace complexes from its last dynasty, the Joseon Dynasty. It is the smallest of the palaces best known for its Stone Wall Road. The palace complex includes two main palaces, one built in the traditional Korean style with many late-Joseon structures and the other built in the Western style with two neo-classical structures and the country’s first Western style garden. In addition to the palace buildings there are beautiful gardens, courtyards and the National Museum of Art. Closed on Mondays.
Namdaemun Market is one of the oldest and biggest markets in Seoul. It’s a huge tourist attraction, but it’s also for everyday Koreans too. Here you can buy presents for your family and friends, exchange your money in a easy way and try some Korean food.
5$ - cheese&ham toast + coffee
Good for quick bite. Special cheese&ham toast is quite popular. They have drinks too, from coffee and tea to juices and others.
Myeongdong was Korea’s first Roman Catholic church and the first structure to be built in the Gothic-style in Korea. Behind the church is the picturesque St. Mary’s Garden. Closed to visitors on Mondays.
Cheonggyecheon is an 11 km long modern stream that runs through a public square in downtown Seoul. The area was created through an urban renewal project. Many special events are held at the stream throughout the year and each evening there is a laser light show across the water.
7$ - Vietnamese Pho
Emoi is the Vietnamese restaurant in Seoul with tasty food and high rating. Prices are quite reasonable. Pho is a popular street food from Vietnam. It is a noodle soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, a few herbs, and meat. The pho serve with a hot pot of tea. Try it.