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JW Marriott Hotel Seoul Star Rating 5        
176, Sinbanpo-ro

Within a minute's walk from a metro station, this upscale high-rise hotel with a portico is also 5 km from the bustling Yongsan District.Featuring city, mountain or river views, the bright, polished rooms with marble bathrooms offer flat-screens, sitting areas and minibars, plus tea and coffeemaking equipment. Upgraded rooms add access to a private lounge with free breakfast and cocktails.
Ibis Budget Ambassador Dongdaemun Star Rating 2        
334, Toegye-ro

Within a 5-minute walk from both Dongdaemun Design Plaza and a metro station, this modern budget hotel in a high-rise building is also 2 km from the Myeongdong Cathedral.Bright, cozy rooms with colorful decor and en suite bathrooms feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minifridges. Family rooms offer bunk beds.
Jelly Hotel Star Rating 2        
56-4, Gangnam-daero 94-gil

Within 7 minutes' walk of the Yeoksam and Gangnam subway stations, this stylish, laid-back hotel is a 15-minute metro ride from Seoul Arts Center.Featuring wood floors and chandeliers, the chic rooms come with free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and balconies. Upgraded rooms add sofas and/or in-room whirlpool tubs, and 1 has a billiard room.
Hotel Ellui Star Rating 4        
551, Dosan-daero

This warm, modern hotel in the Gangnam district is a 12-minute walk from Cheongdam metro station and 43 minutes by metro from Dongdaemun Market.The earth-toned rooms come with free-Wi-Fi, flat-screens, minibars and wood furnishings. Upgraded rooms add sofas and river views, while suites add living rooms.
Kensington Hotel Yoido Star Rating 3.5        
16, Gukhoe-Daero 76-Gil

This upscale New York-themed hotel is a 9-minute walk from the Han River and a 31-minute bus trip from the 14th-century palace, Gyeongbokgung.Modern rooms with subdued decor offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars, as well as bottled water and tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms have dramatic minimalist decor and club lounge access.
Ramada Seoul Hotel Star Rating 4        
410, Bongeunsa-ro

This upscale hotel is a 49-minute bus ride from Gyeongbokgung Palace and a 52-minute bus ride from N Seoul Tower.Polished rooms provide Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minibars, as well as tea and coffeemakers. Upgraded rooms have lounge access with free breakfast/drinks, along with spa access for suites.
Kimchee Gyeongbokgung Guesthouse        
Tongil-ro

This unassuming guesthouse is, by metro, 12 minutes from Gyeongbokgung Palace, 27 minutes from Dongdaemun Market and 31 minutes from N Seoul Tower.The unpretentious, cozy rooms come with flat-screen TVs and private bathrooms.A lounge area featuring paintings and murals of historic scenes offers a microwave, as well as tea and coffeemaking facilities.
JK House In Seoul        
5F, 44, Yonsei-ro 7-gil

This unassuming guesthouse is a 4-minute walk from the nearest bus stop, a 13-minute bus ride from Sungnyemun gate and an 18-minute bus ride from Dongdaemun Market.The airy, functional rooms and dorms offer TVs. Rooms offer private bathrooms; 6-bed mixed and female dorms have wood bunk beds and shared facilities.
Namsan Guesthouse 4        
43, Toegye-ro 18-gil

This unassuming guesthouse is a 2-minute walk from the Myeong-dong shopping area and 4 minutes' walk from the nearest metro stop. The N Seoul Tower is a 15-minute walk away.Minimalist rooms offer free Wi-Fi, cable TV, air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms.
Namsan Guesthouse 1        
79, Toegye-ro 18-gil

This unassuming guesthouse is a 2-minute walk from the Myeong-dong shopping area and 4 minutes' walk from the nearest metro stop. The N Seoul Tower is a 15-minute walk away.Minimalist rooms offer free Wi-Fi, cable TV, air-conditioning and en suite bathrooms.
 
 
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Seoul is one of the most densely populated metropolises on earth, with over 10 million residents, yet it has somehow successfully integrated the old buildings from its past with the new and modern skyline of a growing global city. This city is loud and bustling, with lines of cars and throngs of people. Brightly illuminated lighting lines the streets, and yet in the middle of all this chaos, it is possible to find stillness, to a retreat to a quiet oasis in one of the numerous parks or temples. One such place is Bongeunsa Temple, in the heart of the city. The delicate woodwork of the buildings combined with the absolute peace of the Buddhist temple make this place special. Add the magic of the red lanterns dotted through the grounds at night, or the pretty cherry blossoms in spring, and it is easy to see why this spot is so popular. Seoul is the cultural heart of South Korea, with an abundance of museums and theatres. Seoul also has over 40 top universities, proof of the inexhaustible obsession with education and the social status it brings.

Korean relationships are complicated by social hierarchy, and the concept of losing face is integral to Korean hierarchy. Koreans always show utmost respect to each other and can seem to be overly pleasant, in order to avoid potential disagreements which may lead to losing face. The curious facts about the King's Palaces make a history trip around Seoul all the more interesting. The Palace of Shining Happiness was the first royal residence built, in the late 1300s. In the late 1800s, the royal family relocated to the Palace of Virtuous Longevity, and around the same time, an extension was built to The Palace of Shining Happiness, which was called the Palace of Prospering Virtue. This has now been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List and is well worth a visit. The Secret Garden of Biwon is also worth seeing.

If you fancy a bit of traditional food, try Wonjo WonHalmae Dakhanmari. In a back lane, it is not the easiest to find but that is exactly what makes this a hidden gem. The clientele is mostly locals, many of which come here for a nice hot chicken broth. Though they speak little English, communication is made easier with illustrative pictures and gestures. If Korean food is not your thing, then all other tastes are of course catered for elsewhere, including Indian, French and American cuisines. During your stay, treat yourself to a leather jacket, belt, wallet or bag. Anything made of leather is a Seoul speciality. A traditional drink is Geumsan Insamju, a rice wine which is made from a 600 year old recipe. As night falls, head to one of the tiny underground venues in Hongkik, which is a well-known hotspot for live indie music. Seoul is a representation of a true rags to riches story, in every aspect of life and culture it is a fascinating melange of old and new, where East meets West.