_We***56The most beautiful palace in seoul, a great tips is to rent an hanbok (traditional clothing), if you do so, the entry to the palace is free. Moreover, you can enjoy visiting this place in the closing people where wearing then. No need to feel strange about it a lot of people are doing so, the fees of renting it is between 10 000 ₩ to 35 000₩ depending the model and the place you choose.
khccI didn’t understand these Koreans, but later I realized that it was Provence in Paju, a French name. This place has gradually formed into a shopping mall, and the European-style buildings with houses around it, like being in a small French village, have also become a place for wedding photos. I was stuck in the car for more than half an hour, which shows how lively it is.
E22***39The Buichon Hanok Village is between two of the palaces in Seoul and is on the North side of the city . A main road going North to South seperates this village area into two sections. The larger section is on the west side of the road . the buildings in this area are very well maintained and are occupied by current residence people . There are signs every where telling you to keep you voices down. There are also monitors or helpers on the street to answer your questions or to help you with photos . The area is on a hill so it does give you good views of the Seoul Skyline.