Tickets only at the Dragon Hill Lodge

05 Jul 2014, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 49 Comments

Tickets only at the Dragon Hill Lodge


Why wait in line for tickets?  The Dragon Hill Lodge is the only place where you buy tickets (some discounted almost 30%) for direct entrance into places like Lotte World, Seoul Tower, Seaworld, Seoul Land, Nanta, Wax Museum, 63 building,  T-money for subway/taxi’s,  and much much more (more…)

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Baseball Season Returns!

09 Jan 2014, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 3 Comments

Baseball Season Returns!


ABC NEWS Video –> Baseball Craze hits Seoul! After taking second place in the 2009 World Baseball Classic and winning the Gold in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, baseball is becoming a favorite past-time for sports fans in Korea.  (more…)

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Royal Asiatic Society – Korea Branch

08 Nov 2013, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 0 Comments

Royal Asiatic Society – Korea Branch


The Royal Asiatic Society Korea Branch (RASKB), founded in 1900, is the oldest organization in Korea specially designed to introduce people to the beauty of this land in all its many aspects. (more…)

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Lotte World Amusement Park

07 Apr 2012, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 33 Comments

Lotte World Amusement Park


  Soldiers / Civilians / Families in Seoul may wonder how to spend their free-time. One of the most recommended spots is Lotte World, which is open day and night all year round.  An indoor theme park connected with Lotte Hotel and Lotte Department Store, Lotte World (more…)

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Seoul Zoo

06 Apr 2012, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 0 Comments

Seoul Zoo


Family activity on a budget?  $3 gets you a ticket into the Seoul Zoo!  The Seoul Zoo is vast and hosts a large variety of animals. At the front gate, visitors can get a guide map to see where the animals they want to see are located. (more…)

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29 Sep 2010, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 6 Comments

63 Building


If you think the outside is impressive, wait until you get inside.  The 63 Building is Seoul’s tallest building and the place to be if you are looking for a climate controlled environment with things to do.  Check out the Art Gallery on the 60th Floor  (more…)

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COEX Mall

30 Aug 2010, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 6 Comments

COEX Mall


As the largest underground shopping mall in Asia, Coex Mall has a lot to offer. Here you can find not only shopping, entertainment and fine dining but also a variety of cultural activities. There are about 200 stores with US and international brands such as ZARA, Apple and NIKE. Visit the 16-screen multiplex cinema (more…)

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18 Aug 2010, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 2 Comments

Han River Cruise


Across the street from the 63 building and a 10 minute scenic walk along the banks of the Han River, for the price of a T-shirt ($12), experience the Han River Cruise which operates daily. In one of the best ways to enjoy the panoramic views of Seoul, (more…)

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Yongsan Electronics Market

16 Aug 2010, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 1 Comments

Yongsan Electronics Market


If it runs on electricity or batteries chances are you’ll find what you’re looking for at the Yongsan Electronics Market and the surrounding retail areas.  5000 stores engulf 20 major buildings and the dense network of alleys connect them to offer a (more…)

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Nanta Show

12 Aug 2010, Posted by Discover Seoul in Places, 2 Comments

Nanta Show


Nanta is the longest-running show in Korean History.   Since 1997, this non-verbal performance has been staged in 18 countries around the world and on NYC’s Broadway’s musical circuit. The musical has a simple back story of three cooks attempting to finish preparing a wedding banquet within a strict time limit while (more…)

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