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the capital and largest city of South Korea

Seoul
  1. Gyeongbok Palace
royal palace - former seat of power at the northern end of Seoul's main boulevard.
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  2. Bukhansan National Park
offers hiking trails, panoramic views, flora, fauna and ancient temples.
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  3. The War Memorial
six indoor exhibition rooms which memorialize the military history of Korea.
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  4. N Seoul Tower
communication tower at the top of Namsan mountain with cable car and great views.
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  5. Suwon Hwaseong Fortress
built between 1794 and 1796, the fortress includes King Jeongjo's palace Haenggung.
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  6. Lotte World
one of the biggest indoor parks in the world; includes outdoor section (Magic Island).
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  7. Seoul Grand Park
park complex including hills, hiking trails, zoo, rose garden and amusement park.
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  8. Jogyesa Buddhist Temple
Zen Buddhist temple, with trees over 500 years old and religious symbols.
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  9. Korea Furniture Museum
houses more than 2,000 traditional furniture pieces; reservation required.
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10. Bongeunsa
Buddhist temple founded in 794 providing striking views of the modern skyline.
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Country: South Korea
City area: 605.21 km2
Website: english.seoul.go.kr

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