Seochon Village is a village west of Gyeongbokgung Palace and is said to have been a neighborhood where many middle-class people lived during the Joseon Dynasty.
It is a meaningful place where the past and the present coexist because there are still many Hanoks, a unique Korean building.
According to KETA information, old shops that have been in the alley for a long time, Hanok houses, and new shops are in harmony.
It is said that drinking coffee in a Hanok cafe, a Korean building from the past, will create an illusion of being in the past.
Many people planning a trip to Korea visit Seochon Village through KETA.
It is a place that appears in many Korean dramas and movies, so you will get a familiar feeling if you visit this place.
Address: 45 Piundaero, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Photo source: Seochon Village
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