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Robin House SNU Villa - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Robin House SNU Villa

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

INR

3,257

per night

Quiet space for girls and couples - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Quiet space for girls and couples

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

1 review (1)

INR

1,498

per night

Cozy private room new renovated in 2017 - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Cozy private room new renovated in 2017

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

INR

2,150

per night

3 min. walk from the station - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

3 min. walk from the station

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

INR

2,605

per night

2 rooms / whole apartment near SNU - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

-30%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

2 rooms / whole apartment near SNU

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

2,605 INR

1,824

per night

Savvy private Room near SNU! - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

-25%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

Savvy private Room near SNU!

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

1,629 INR

1,238

per night

Spacious private Room near SNU! - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

-25%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

Spacious private Room near SNU!

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

2,084 INR

1,563

per night

Stay as local! Cozy place - 휴휴당 - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Stay as local! Cozy place - 휴휴당

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

INR

1,563

per night

Seoul Designer's House/Botanical Green - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Seoul Designer's House/Botanical Green

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

INR

3,322

per night

Stella homestay private room2 - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Stella homestay private room2

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

INR

3,712

per night

Stella homestay private room - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Stella homestay private room

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

INR

2,475

per night

Seoul Designer's house/Elegant Style/ - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Seoul Designer's house/Elegant Style/

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

INR

2,670

per night

Stella homestay family room - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

-15%

Last Minute Deal
Last Minute Deal

Stella homestay family room

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

3,257 INR

2,801

per night

3 min. from Heukseok Stn.(line #9) - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

3 min. from Heukseok Stn.(line #9)

Entire Home Seoul, South Korea

INR

3,778

per night

Blooming House 209(only for women) - Gwanak Gu Holiday Homes

Blooming House 209(only for women)

Private Room Seoul, South Korea

INR

1,498

per night

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Gwanak Gu

Gwanak Gu

Surrounded by four towering ‘guardian mountains’, this vibrant, pulsing city fizzes with life and energy, its deeply traditional roots contrasting with spectacular modern designs. The reason behind Seoul’s vast contrasts are in part due to the Korean War, which destroyed much of the Seoul of old and in its place a new, modern city was reborn. Its mix of old and new works in perfect harmony and it’s got a food scene that is gaining rank on a global scale.

Evidence of Seoul’s cutting-edge design comes in the form of the Galleria Department Store, the exterior of which has been covered with 4,330 glass discs. Come nightfall, it glows brightly with LED lights. The steel and glass Seoul University Museum of Modern Art sits on a concrete base, while the state-of-the-art Zaha Hadid-designed Dongdaemun Design Park and Plaza has 24-hour shopping and cafes as well as plenty of green space. If you’re looking for somewhere to take the little ones, try Lotte World. This is the world’s largest indoor theme park and features everything from roller coasters to an ice rink.

It is not all modern masterpieces, however. Look closely and you’ll find evidence of Seoul’s past too, most notably in places like the UNESCO-listed Jongmyo Shrine, which was one of the most important places of worship in the Joseon Dynasty. The 24 hour Noryangjin Fish Market comes to life between 1am and 3am when its frenetic live auction begins.

Theatre is also taken very seriously here in Seoul. Try the National Theatre of Korea and the MyeongDong NANTA Theatre. Or for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, opt for a K-Pop (Korea’s most popular music genre) tour around Korean TV studios.

Street food is a must in Seoul. Try beloved national dishes, such as ddeokbokki, soft rice cakes served with a fiery sweet red chilli sauce, braised chicken or tradition porridge (sweet with pumpkin or savoury with seafood). Equally unmissable is the bacchanalian feast that is Korean barbeque. For dessert, opt for patbingsu, red bean shaved ice topped with chopped fruit and fruit syrup.

Getting around Seoul couldn’t be easier. It’s got a fast, clean and cheap metro system, and most of the signs are in English. There is a cheap bus service and reliable train system too. Consider buying a T-Money card, which you can top-up and use on the bus, train, metro and even in a taxi.