Jongno Cheonggye Special Tourist Zone stretches from Seorin-dong to Changsin-dong between Cheonggyecheon and Jongno Street.
There are about 14,000 shops on the long stretched street, including Gwancheol-dong Youth Street, Gwangjang Market, and Sewoon Shopping Center.
Because there are so many things to see, foreigners who entered through K-ETA tend to walk this street and enter interesting shops.
Also, looking around the palaces of the Joseon Dynasty, which are in harmony with the high-rise buildings, brings a different kind of fun.
You can also experience the history of Korea by touring Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, Changgyeonggung Palace, Deoksugung Palace, and Unhyeongung Palace.
Because it is a precious place where modern and traditional cultures coexist, many Koreans also visit this place.
The palace built in a unique architectural style that can only be seen in Korea is particularly popular.
In addition, there are many places that retain the old look in the alley, so it is good to leave memories with photos.
It is also a great pleasure to visit the restaurants hidden in the corners while watching this place.
Since this place was the center of Korea both now and in the past, there are many things to see.
If you travel to Korea with K-ETA, I would like you to travel to the Jongno and Cheonggye Special Tourist Zones.
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