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Unique Activities for a Memorable Seoul Trip
Unique Activities for a Memorable Seoul Trip

last updated : 20171029

Any trip to Seoul is memorable, but these unique activities can make for a extra-special Seoul trip. Visit claw machines shops, an archery cafe, and get your fortune read in Seoul!

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Time Travelers in Seoul
Time Travelers in Seoul

last updated : 20151020

The city of Seoul and the Seoul Theater Association are coming together to present an outdoor play called "Time Travelers in Seoul." At the Naminsamadang performance site in Insadong, there will be a reenactment of the "Sinmungo", a practice in which the prime minister of the Joseon dynasty would listen to the complaints of the people. At Insadong and Gwanghwamun, there will be an event called "Ura Cha Cha! Vital Seoul." Visitors are welcome to see the reennactment of an admiral from the Joseon dynasty training soldiers in archery, fencing, and other types of military training.

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Yonghakgeong (Mokdong Archery Club)
Yonghakgeong (Mokdong Archery Club)

last updated : 20171220

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Yonghakgeong was once a military training ground, and is now known as the Mokdong Archery Club.

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Sajikdan (Sajik Altar)
Sajikdan (Sajik Altar)

last updated : 20140227

Trip Advisor 3.5 11 reviews

Sajikdan (Sajik Altar) is an altar built during Joseon Dynasty that was used to pray to the gods for a good harvest.

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Namsangol Hanok Village
Namsangol Hanok Village

last updated : 20141203

Trip Advisor 4 805 reviews

Namsangol Hanok Village is a collection of five hanok (traditional Korean houses) from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).

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