인근 지역: 종로구
- 안국 • 도보로 9분 거리
5km 내 2,473개
0.1 km$$ - $$$ • 디저트 • 카페
0.4 km$$ - $$$ • 아시아 요리 • 한국 • 수프
0.3 km$$ - $$$ • 디저트 • 카페 • 유럽 요리
0.4 km$$ - $$$ • 바 • 카페 • 펍
0.4 km$ • 한국
0.3 km$ • 아시아 요리 • 한국 • 수프
0.3 km$$ - $$$ • 한국
서울서 둘째로 잘하는 집
0.5 km$$ - $$$ • 카페 • 아시아 요리 • 한국
단풍나무 집 삼청동점
0.5 km$$ - $$$ • 바베큐 • 아시아 요리 • 한국
0.2 km$$ - $$$ • 카페
10km 내 550개
32미터역사적인 장소 • 건축물
0.2 km즐길거리 & 랜드마크
0.1 km관측소 & 천체투영관
서울특별시 교육청 정독도서관
0.2 km역사적인 장소 • 즐길거리 & 랜드마크
0.2 km전문 박물관
0.2 km전문 박물관
0.2 km전문 박물관 • 역사박물관
국립 민속 박물관
0.4 km전문 박물관 • 아트뮤지엄
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Hello! I’m traveling next April and I’ll be having a 15 hour layover in korea! I’m wondering if anyone knows the souvenir shop hours? Thank you :)
It might depend on whether it is a weekday or weekend. Seems that on Saturday and Sunday when I was there that shops in this village area were generally opening around 10am and closing around 9pm. Isadong area was about the same. Be aware that the best way to get to and from the airport is the buses. Bus 6011 goes to Angkuk subway station which is near both the Hanok Village and Isadong. The ride takes about 1hr15mins. Be careful to ask the driver exactly where to get off. They don’t stop at every indicated stop, so counting the number of times the bus stops won’t help. Allow plenty of time to get back to the airport. It’s huge and can take more than an hour to get through customs and immigration. Bus costs 10,000 won. Get a ticket at the airport for the way into the city. Pay cash on the bus for the way back. Make sure you know where the stop is to catch it on the the way back. They run frequently - about every 15 minutes. Have fun!
Hi! Is there specific opening-closing hours? Thanks :-)
hai!! so last time i read an article that opening hours for tourist has changed since the government received a protest from the neighbourhood, if i'm not mistake for weekday 10am - 5pm and i completely forgot about the weekend :) hope this might help you.
Where can I find the 8 photo spots? Thanks. We'll be visiting this tomorrow. Thanks.
There's a map, you can get it at the Bukchon Traditional Culture Center (Gyedong-gil 37, just south of Bkchon-ro-4-gil, other side of the street from Hyundai HQ Building), "Bukchon Wanderings". It's well done and the photo sites are well marked on the map.
Hi, what time do the cafes/eateries/museums open around the village? Is there anything to eat/visit at 8-9 in the mornings?
Dear Traveller, we were there late morning, so I cannot really answer your question about early morning food. However, during late morning, you can also get street food such as grilled octopus tentacles.
hi Nikhil. we r 3 ladies planning to visit korea in may. what suggestions do u have? which cities shd we cover? and where do u suggest we stay? how many days will we need? is it advisable to do japan also... feryy or flight? we wish to do Kyoto and Osaka. thanks, radha aiyar.
what suggestions do u have? Take advantage of site seeing, shopping and enjoying the Korean culture. I visit Korea about every 2-3 months but mostly spend my time in Seoul. When time allows I do try to get out to see other parts of the country. Korea is such an amazing place and the people there are friendly (my experience). Definitely have a plan for when you visit because there's so much to see and do. If you want to get an appreciation for the history and struggle of the country you need to visit the Korean National Museum and the Korean War Museum both of which are located in Seoul in the Yongsan district. Take a hike up to Namsam park and check out the beautiful scenery from Seoul Tower. Do it right before it starts to get dark because the city lights at night are AWESOME. Take a stroll on the river walk in Yeoido and enjoy the cherry blossom trees in May. You can do the same out in Jamsil as well which is where Lotte World and the new Lotte tower is being built. For shopping you can explore Itaewon or Dongdaemun. I'd visit both locations if I were you and if time allows. Visit the buddhist temples down in Gyeongju. Walk the trails leading up to the temple. If you're not in shape you can take the bus as well. Regardless of physical condition the walk leading up has some breath taking views. Hike up to Seorkan mountain and finish your trip off on Jeju Island. which cities shd we cover? Seoul, Gyeongju, Jeju Island and Seorkan National Park and where do u suggest we stay? There's no real bad place to stay. In Seoul I personally prefer the JW Marriott in Seocho-gu. Everywhere else I go throughout the country I will just wing it. how many days will we need? In total I think 1.5wks would be nice if you can afford it. I'd spend 3-4 days in Seoul, 1-2 in Gyeongju, 1-2 days in Gangwon Province, 1-2 days on Jeju Island. is it advisable to do japan also... feryy or flight? I've yet to go to Japan so sorry I cannot advise however if I were you I'd fly the 2-3hrs it takes to get there. I've heard great things about Tokyo and plan to visit in the summer of 2016. I hope this helps you. Safe travels!
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