Standing alone on an island – in direct contrast to the mayhem around it – Seoul’s picturesque Great South Gate, Sungnyemun is one of...
You could spend all day in this swarming night-and-day market and not see it at all. The largest market in Korea, each section has...
Seoul Museum of Art
Hosting world-class exhibitions that are always worth a visit, SEMA has ultra-modern, bright galleries inside the handsome...
A cool little spot with stencil art and comic book–themed murals on its walls, this basement den does tasty pork belly and shrimp...
150 Taepyeong-no 2-ga, Jung-gu · interesting places nearby
Sponsored by Samsung, and formerly known as the Rodin Gallery, this unusual glass pavilion was built to house castings of two monumental sculptures by Auguste Rodin: The Gates of Hell and The Burgers of Calais . Changing contemporary art exhibitions are staged in two additional gallery spaces.