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Teseum Teddy Bear Museum

Are you a big teddy bear fan? If so, this isa must-visit place for you. The museum is full of all sorts of teddy bears, including some wearing traditional Korean hanbok dress. While cuddling the teddies, you can also learn about their origin and history.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

More than 600 years old, this is the largest and main palace built by the Joseon dynasty. There used to be as many as 330 buildings on the site. Don’t miss the changing-of-the-guard ceremony during your visit.

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N Seoul Tower

Right on Namsan Mountain in central Seoul, the 236.7m tower is a great place to get a beautiful 360° panoramic view of the cityscape. It was built as a TV and radio broadcast tower, and is one of the city’s most visited landmarks.

Seoul Children’s Museum

This is the perfect place to have fun while learning! The four-storey building houses many exciting exhibits and activities, including family cooking classes and Space Race, where you can join Team Earth and take on a new challenge while finding out more about space. Take a boat through an underground waterway on the Adventures of Sinbad ride or enjoy a scenic view from the World Monorail. These are just two of the highlights of a full day of excitement in Lotte World, which includes the world’s largest indoor theme park and the Magic Island outdoor amusement park. There are plenty of thrilling rides, a man-made island on a lake, an ice rink, a folk museum and much more.

Lotte World

Take a boat through an underground waterway on the Adventures of Sinbad ride or enjoy a scenic view from the World Monorail. These are just two of the highlights of a full day of excitement in Lotte World, which includes the world’s largest indoor theme park and the Magic Island outdoor amusement park. There are plenty of thrilling rides, a man-made island on a lake, an ice rink, a folk museum and much more.