Drink beer all day long and listen to music in a 1,100-year-old forest.
Make sure to check out the outdoor art at Iwha Mural Village.
Hang out at Gyeonbokgung’s secret pavilion where the kings and queens threw parties.
Don't miss out on the braised cutlassfish and kalguksu noodle alleys.
Kidzania is a play space where kids can try out all kinds of occupations.
Expats that have lived here for a while know the real struggle to find authentic Italian food.
The crispy, juicy and fluffy goodness is semi-abundant in the city.
If you have a Korean grandma, she'll probably still insist a little bit of meat doesn't count.
Most are either Americanized or Koreanized versions of the cuisine.
Make like a Spaniard with small plates, paella and wine.
Think sirloin steak cooked sous-vide with the bone in.
From Moonbaeju (pear-flavored) to Hamyang Solsongju (made with pine needles) and Gosori-sul (brewed from the best Jeju Island millet).
Rooftop bars have become a trend in Seoul in just the past few years.
The community may be a bit smaller than other cities' but it's full of interesting people.
Not everything in Seoul is group-oriented.
They can actually be cheaper if you go during happy hour or take advantage of their promotions.
In Seoul, there are bars where you can relive your Bali getaway fantasies in a basement.
You’ll generally find that upscale business hotels are priced up to 150,000 won per night.
Offering child-friendly activities without losing out on luxury, they are a home away from home (minus the dirty laundry).
Modeled after 18th century Palace of Versailles, the Ritz Carlton is a five-star hotel with marble floors, four-tier chandeliers, and 375 guest rooms.
Dining means meals prepared by world renown chefs and recreational activities include pristine swimming pools and amazing fitness centers.
Including the Simone Handbag museum, displaying over 300 bags estimated at 2 billion won.
First-generation Korean graffiti artists include Vandal, KOMA, Hudini, Santa and Garu.
At Arario Museum in Space, also visit the bakery and café on premise.
You don’t need to buy expensive furniture or paintings by a famous artist to spice up your rooms.