Who knew Seoul had such a thriving food scene. We were really looking forward to tasting authentic Korean BBQ and other regional delicacies, but we were surprised with so much more. Seoul is definitely a city for foodies.
Bukchon Hanok Village This is a Korean traditional village which shows a 600-year old urban scene that is composed of many alleys and houses called “hanoks”. Today many of these hanoks operate as cultural centers, restaurants or guesthouses so tourists and locals can experience the Joseon Dynasty.
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