This place is a new tech & gamers paradise as it offers the latest VR games. VR Square offers different immersive activities such as a VR Arena, a VR Escape Room, a VR Party Room, a VR Simulator and more. From just the VR headset to the fully immersive room Read more [...]
An escape room is a great indoor activity for when the weather in Korea is a little bit too capricious. Seoul Escape Room offers a range of different adventures to participate in. They have different locations in Hongdae and Gangnam. You will want to hype up your friends to become Read more [...]
Trickeye Museum is an art gallery filled with optical illusions. Unlike other art galleries, visitors can pose themselves just right to create the most amusing and mind-blowing pictures and videos that look like they fit right into the original art pieces.
Sinchon has numerous arcade joint, but Izone Pop offers an unlimited amount of games for 3,000 won per hour. iZone Pop was also used as the background of BTS’s 3rd album which featured their famous song DNA. ARMY will enjoy take pictures and use the various gaming facilities just like Read more [...]
Running Man is one of Korea’s most famous entertainment show: the MC’s and the guests have to complete missions at a landmark to complete the race. This is your chance to experience what it feels like to be on the TV show, have fun and play some of the show’s Read more [...]
E-sports have been blowing up these last years, so it’s no surprise that players and fans are getting facilities adapted to enjoy e-sports properly. OGN Giga Arena is the biggest in Korea and regularly hosts popular games competition, making it the best place to watch e-sports.
The Pledis Entertainment building is even prettier at night, as the facade lights up in a beautiful shade of blue. Seventeen, After School, NU’EST, and more can be sometimes seen getting in the building to practice
Soyanggang Skywalk a 156-meter walking path entirely made of transparent glass and that offers a beautiful view over Uiamho Lake.
Cheongnyeongpo Cape (청령포), located on the upper stream of Namhangang River in Gwangcheon-ri, Nam-myeon, Yeongwol-gun, is known as the place of King Danjong’s exile. The area was designated as Scenic Site No.50 in December 2008. King Danjong (r. 1452-1455, 6th King of the Joseon Dynasty) was banished from the kingdom Read more [...]
Gangnam Subway Station area is the prime district for those living south of the Hangang River. Gangnam-daero Avenue links Teheran-ro Road in the east to Jamsil and Sadang in the west. Kyobo Tower Crossroad connects Express Terminal to Noryangjin and west of Seoul. Hannam-daegyo Avenue in the north extends to Read more [...]
Seoullo 7017’s name is a nod to the dates of its construction. The original overpass was constructed in 1970, and it was reborn in 2017. There are also 17 different pathways to walk at Seoullo 7017. When this Seoullo 7017 project was implemented to transform the Seoul Station overpass into Read more [...]
It is an enormous sculpture in glass, concrete, and steel, reminiscent of a painting by Kandinsky.
After four years and five months of construction, Seoul City Hall was reborn in October 2012. The new Seoul City Hall is an eco-friendly building with a unique exterior, the design of which is based on the eaves of traditional Korean houses. The total floor area of the city hall Read more [...]
Pak No-Soo was an extremely talented contemporary Korean artist who recently passed away on February 25, 2013, at the age of 86. Pak had left 1000’s of artworks and his home to the county of Jong-ro. The home and surrounding grounds have been transformed into a unique and beautiful art Read more [...]
If you head down to CIty Hall’s basement, you will find Citizens’ Hall which is located on the first and second basement level of the Seoul City Hall. The Citizens’ Hall was built for the people as a space dedicated to listening to the voices of the people with Speakers Corner Read more [...]
In stifling summer, the discomfort index increase and it will be hard to walk on the street. Then, it will be a good idea to find a place where you can cool your body down. This Yeouido Mulbit Square is a perfect break area where you can relax your foot Read more [...]
The Sea Train is a tourist train, traveling along the Western sea, comprised of four divided cabins including two special rooms, one standard room, and one family room. The first and second cabin features a specially themed cabin, equipped with the movie-watching system and seats facing the windows. The third Read more [...]
Daehangno Street, known as the street for young people, is the former location of Seoul National University. In the 1980s, many theater groups started moving to Daehangno, and it soon developed into a cultural center. In a short period of time, movie theaters, live-cafes, regular cafes, and pubs sprung up, Read more [...]
Stretching approximately 900m in length, Deoksugung Palace Stone-wall Road was Korea’s first successful attempt at creating a comprehensive urban space where both people and nature can coexist. The road was built using eco-friendly materials and the utmost precautions were taken to ensure pedestrian safety. There are over 20 benches and Read more [...]
The KBS Suwon Studio is an outstanding film studio that produces HD digital TV dramas. It is comprised of an open set, drama production center, special set, and various facilities. Intended to be used semi-permanently, the studio boasts realistic buildings. A variety of dramas filmed there include historical dramas such Read more [...]
Jeollabuk-do, Muju-gun, Korea Taekwondo Association, Taekwondo Promotion Foundation / World Taekwondo Culture Expo Organizing Committee, Jeollabuk-do Taekwondo Association
If you like to spend a day feeding and hugging some baby animals, this farm is a perfect place for you. There are chicks, ducklings, puppies, calves, lambs and many other baby animals. Also, you can experience how to make a pizza, cake, chocolate, and soap. If you have a little Read more [...]
KOFIC Namyangju Studios is located at Yangsu-ri, Gyeonggi-do and includes outdoor sets as well as studios. At the Film Culture Museum, it is possible to see and experience all stages of film production from beginning to end. In addition, there are many props and accessories as well as wardrobe departments. Read more [...]
Just when you thought you’ve done everything you can by the Han River, Tubester is here to give you an opportunity to do something on the Han River. A large tube-boat fully capable of seating 6 and equipped with a parasol to protect you from the sun, riding the Tubester is one Read more [...]
The Jeonju Traditional Culture Center offers visitors a chance to both witness and experience a series of various cultural traditions. Pansori, Minyo, traditional dances and performances are all open for the public to enjoy throughout the year. Jeonju’s most famous food, bibimbap (rice with mixed vegetables) and other Korean cuisines Read more [...]
Food and Culture Academy has been providing Korean cooking classes and culinary culture programs for international visitors since 2002. The classes are designed for visitors who simply wish to have a culinary experience or avid cooks who wish to learn about Korean cuisine. Participants can choose from a wide range Read more [...]
“Descendants of the Sun” Taebaek Filming Set features the old medical center from the drama, as well as the Urk military base. Visitors can try on volunteer nurse corps outfits in the medicube or soldier uniforms at the base. Other items on display at the Urk military base are combat Read more [...]
Jeongdongjin Station is a small-sized station built on November 8, 1962. The area around the station gained popularity as a filming site of the drama “Sandglass (1995)” and is also widely famous for its sunrise view.
You can be an actor or actress used in TV series, movies, dramas, and commercials by taking a picture with same costumes and sets of the TV series, movies, dramas, and commercials. Also, you can learn the history of Korean TV series along with sets of the Korea’s famous dramas. Read more [...]
Alive with an energy all its own, the street between Sinchon Station (Subway Line 2, a 15-minute walk from the Sinchon Railway Station) and Yonsei University is a favorite retreat for the college crowd, who spend many a night relaxing at the various cafés, restaurants, and bookstores. The campuses’ youthful Read more [...]