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Sublocality
“This quaint, traditional hillside neighborhood in northern Seoul is filled with the curved roofs and Zen-like lines of hanok, traditional houses that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. Many of the dwellings in Bukchon Hanok Village have been converted to guesthouses, teashops, or restaurants, and some are cultural centers offering traditional Korean activities such as calligraphy or knot tying. The juxtaposition between old and new here is notable, as the narrow alleys open onto views of the sprawling, futuristic metropolis below.”
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Church
“Goi located in Gahoedong, A lot of nice Restaurant, Cafe, Shop.. You can imagine like Soho in NY or Marais district in Paris.”
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Bus Station
“Korea traditional house Hanok is still there. Many small cute cafe and restaurant. Please respect local people who still live there. ”
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Hostel
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Samgyetang Restaurant
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Φούρνος
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“Wood and Brick has very good atmosphere and makes tasty bread every morning.”
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Historic Site
“BAEK IN-JE HOUSE MUSEUM. Korean style house blended with japanese architecture style. Intriguing to see transitional features of the architecture.”
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“You can enjoy a wood-fired oven pizza with a reasonable price and beautiful atmosphere. ”
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Καφετέρια
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Εστιατόριο
“Good place for lunch box, which is changed every day. Good bar to drink maggully and Korean pan cake in the evening.”
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Εστιατόριο
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