Places I Love To Visit in Seoul, Korea

What I love about my job is I can always go back to the places I fell in love with. As a flight attendant, we get the chance to explore the countries we visit. South Korea is one of the places I’ve been to countless times and these are the places I love to visit…


I love this place because of its 360 panoramic view of the city. Aside from the tower, the “Locks of Love” adds fun for the locals and tourist where they can put their own locks on the fence.

Admission Fee: 

Adult: 10,000 won

Children/Elderly: 8,000 won


The Shopping District

Myeongdong is my go-to place when it comes to shopping. The street is always busy because of their affordable items. This is my favorite place to buy facial masks, cosmetics, sneakers, and clothes. What’s nice about this place is you can get the items from your desired price.


Gangnam is a modern and stylish place in Korea. PSY made it Gangnam known for a place to visit because of his song “Gangnam Style”.

If you’re looking for designer brands this is the perfect place. It is also a nice location when it comes to taking photos for OOTDs, because everyone is very fashionable. The main street usually consist of flagship stores such as Innisfree, Zara, Gentle Monster, and Shoopen. You have a lot of options when it comes to food and beautiful cafes. You’ll never go hungry here! You can see flags from different countries hung beside the South Korean flag on each pole.

Oh! By the way, while wandering around you might bump into famous celebrities!


This the largest indoor theme park in Korea. You can spend a whole day to enjoy different attractions. It also offers an outdoor attractions like the Magic Island Lake.

This place is suitable for both adults and children. I tried two of their different extreme rides – Gyro Drop and Guro Spin – that made my stomach drop. I also recommend that you should go in the morning to enjoy every ride.

Operating Hours 

09:30-22:00 (Nighttime admission: 16:00~)
* Closing time may vary each day; please refer to the official website.

Admission Fees 
[One-day Ticket]
Full day: Adults 52,000 won / Teenagers 45,000 won / Children 41,000 won / Babies 13,000 won
After4: Adults 41,000 won / Teenagers 36,000 won / Children 32,000 won / Babies 13,000 won


This place is filled with cafes, restaurants, bars, and fashion markets. Since it is located near Hongik University, the prices are very affordable, coz most of the crowd are students. I like going back to Hong Dae because of my favorite Zoo Cafe and restaurants. Whenever I’m in town, Hong Dae is my last stop. I always end my day in a Korean BBQ restaurant.

Seoul, Korea is a must visit!


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