Seoul is the capital of South Korea. It is also its largest city. After the establishment of the Republic of Korea in 1948, Seoul was chosen as its capital. The city was regarded as the nation's Special City. The name 'Seoul' has been derived from the ancient
Tourist Attractions: The city, which has a magnificent scenic beauty, welcomes tourists from the entire globe.
Transportation: Gimpo International Airport and Incheon International Airport serve the city. The bus system in the city eases the commutation problem faced by its people. The nine subway lines in the city make traveling from one city to another easier. The fastest high-speed trains in Seoul are the other means of transport in the city.
Hotels:The famous hotels in Seoul such as Young dong, Fraser Suites, Hotel Ibis, Somerset Palace, Westin Chosun, W Seoul Walkerhill and The Shilla Seoul offer world-class reception to its guests. The comfortable rooms and mouth-watering dishes served by these hotels make them unique. They also provide all modern facilities to its customers according to their requirements.
Places of Attraction: Historical structures and museums include the tourist-attracted spots in Seoul. The city has five grand palaces, which are its unique features. They include Changdeokgung, Changgyeonggung, Deoksugung, Gyeongbokgung and Gyeonghuigung. National Museum of Korea, National Folk Museum and War Memorial are the known museums in the city that preserve the cultural as well as historical artifacts of the city. Six major parks in the city are a nice break for those who wish to offload their tensions and relax for a couple of hours. The three amusement parks such as Lotte World, Seoul Land and Everland thrills the visitors especially children. Samjeondo Monument, Namhansanseong and Bukhansanseonga are the monuments outside the metropolitan area of Seoul that fascinate the tourists.