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South Korea is one of the most technologically advanced in the world and is one of the most fashion trendy too. But amidst all of the hustle and bustle in Seoul, you’d be able to see the history of South Korea in the form of temples and magnificent palaces – right in the middle of the city. Tourists who visit Seoul will get to see the Cheong Wa Dae, with its iconic blue roofs. This comprises of the offices and the residence of South Korea’s president. You would also get to visit a few of the palaces that can be found in South Korea. One of them is the Changdeokgung, one of the Grand Palaces. There are five Grand Palaces around South Korea. Another palace you can go to is the Gyeongbok where you’d be able to see their Guard Changing Ceremony in full traditional attire. It is that one photo-op moment on a tour in South Korea that you should not miss.
Because of the rise in popularity of K-pop, beauty and fashion boomed in South Korea, making Seoul one of the trend-setters in Asia. While in Seoul, you’d have the chance to go to the different fashion districts. There’s Myeongdong where you can buy skincare products and get lots of freebies. Clothes and accessories, on the other hand, can be bought from Dondaemun and Myeongdong city. Traditional South Korean souvenirs can then be found in Insadong and Namdaemun market.
Another place to visit in South Korea would be Everland. They have K-pop concerts in hologram. Everland is so big; almost as big as USS, Tokyo Disneyland, HK Disneyland, and Ocean Park combined. They have quite the selection of rides to choose from. They even have two kinds of Safaris, the herbivores and the carnivores. The whole of Everland is picturesque with the wooden T-Express rollercoaster rising out of the trees that fill the park. It is the largest wooden roller coaster in South Korea.