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Bukchon, Seoul

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Neighborhoods, Tourist Spots
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4.2/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web
Explore a 600-year-old urban area composed of traditional Korean houses at Bukchon. Constructed during the reign of the Joseon Dynasty, the village consists of many neighborhoods which were uses as a residential quarter for nobles and high-ranking government officials. Go on a guided tour to explore the narrow streets and visit cultural and hospitality facilities, such as workshops, museums, restaurants, and cafes. With more than half a million visitors yearly, you will need to book a reservation at least three days prior to your visit. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Bukchon by using our Seoul trip itinerary planner.
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  • Looking around slowly walked them, bukchon Hanok Samcheong-dong Cafe stop followed by OK. A little more walking can also be up to the old palace. It's the same feeling of Hanok Village if you wish that feeling once again think blah
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  • It is a village of hanok. Cause it is on the hill,you can see seoul sightseeing view. Nice place. But there are lots of people 
  • Great, ancient looking building/ houses! However many Chinese tour groups (the people are so embarrassing- talking super loud!!) no wonder there are so many signs written in Chinese to tell them keep ...  read more »
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