Seoul is a city abound with cool landmarks from the famous N Seoul Tower, atop Namsan Mountain to architecturally beautiful buildings, such as the Galleria Department Store and the golden skycraper; 63 Building.
Seoul is home to a number of famous landmarks, from buildings, towers, architectural stunning masterpieces such as the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art and old royal palaces and temples. We recommend visiting Bongeunsa Temple in Samseongdong. One thing all these landmarks have in common, is that they offer everything from beautiful views, aesthetic design and world records. This is our comprehensive list of cool landmarks to visit while in Seoul.
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If you're looking for a place of peace and tranquility in the middle of Gangnam, visit Bongeunsa Temple - a thousand year old temple in the city center, just opposite Coex Mall.
The large palace of Gyeongbokung is the pride of Seoul's tourist literature and its elegantly painted front gate, Gwanghwamun, effectively functions as a symbol of the city of Seoul.
Seoul Olympic Stadium is the centerpiece of this gigantic complex, also called Jamsil Sports Complex, home to Jamsil Baseball Stadium, two swimming centers, an indoor sports facility and track field.
Deoksugung Palace is located at the corner of Seoul's busiest downtown intersection, right across from City Hall. The palace is famous for its elegant stone-wall road.
The Cheonggye Stream is 8.4km long and located in downtown Seoul, Korea. Locals and tourists enjoy the stream everyday and at the start of the stream special events and concerts are often held.
Anyang Álvaro Siza Hall is an architectural pavillion, serving as the entrance to Anyang Art Park, located in the satellite city of Anyang, just 20 km south of Seoul.
The Hyundai One Tower, located opposite Coex Mall is a modern landmark in Gangnam, representing the circle of nature and technology.