N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower is a communication and observation tower located on Mt. Namsan. The tower has been a symbol of Seoul since it first opened to the public in 1980.

From the top, the tower offers great panoramic views of the city. Visitors can enjoy its cultural space with various performances, movies, exhibitions as well as upscale restaurants and snack bars.

I can’t remember the drama, but I’m pretty sure the first time I “saw” the Namsan Tower was in a drama. And I liked it. And now I really wanna go there. Have you already made your own list with what you wanna visit in Korea? If not, I think you should because there’s plenty to see there! And make sure you include Namsan Tower, too!

More information about the opening hours and how to get there right down below:

Opening Hours :

  • Sunday-Friday: 10:00-23:00
  • Saturday: 10:00-24:00

How to get there:

  • By Subway & Bus

Chungmuro Station Line 3 or 4 – Exit 2. Take Namsan Circular Shuttle Bus No. 2 or 5 (in front of Daehan Cinema) to N Seoul Tower. (Google Map)

  • By Subway & Cable Car

Myeongdong Station Line 4 – Exit 3. Walk for about 15 minutes following the street on the right side of the Pacific Hotel. The cable car boarding place will be seen ahead.

Check the map – http://www.seoultower.co.kr/en/visit/cablecar

Fare: Round-trip – 8,500 won / One-way – 6,000 won

Cable Car Opening Hours: 10:00~22:30

Source: https://www.tommyooi.com/seoul-attractions-travel-guide/

‘Miss Yoon in Wonderland’ cafe

It is located in Gangnam, Seoul and is a ‘Alice in Wonderland’ themed cafe. The interior design is absolutely gorgeous with all the roses hanging off from the ceiling and on the walls. They have a pool on the roof and also a small area outside where you can sit and chat. The only not-so-good thing is that the food is expensive.

Curiosities – Meerkat cafe

Have you ever visited a meerkat cafe? If not, you should consider it! They are really cute and friendly. If you like animals you will surely love meerkats! Did you know that meerkats like living in big groups of about 20? Some groups contain even up to 50 meerkats!

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Curiosities – Raccoon cafe

If you like raccoons or just any furry animal this is the place for you. But be careful because you cannot bring with you any food, bags or other stuff…the raccoon might steal them from you!

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Curiosities – Korean dog cafe

From what I know some cafes require you to buy a drink to be able to hang out with the dogs and if you want you can buy them treats, but if you don’t you will probably be ignored!

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The Journey Begins

Welcome to my blog!

I am so happy that you are here! As you probably can tell, on this blog I will post Korean lessons in which I will be explaining to you the grammar points that I have learned. I also plan on talking about Korean culture and food sometime in the future. I hope you will gain a lot of knowledge about Korea and its language during your stay here.

Sunt atat de fericita ca esti aici! Dupa cum poti vedea, pe acest blog voi posta lectii de gramatica a limbii coreene pe care le-am invatat. De asemenea, planuiesc sa vorbesc si despre cultura coreeana si mancare candva in viitor. Sper ca vei acumula multe cunostinte despre Coreea si limba ei pe parcursul sederii tale aici.

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