Deoksugung Palace, the 120-year-old Chundong Church, and Chungdong Theatre — a walk through the surrounding neighborhood of Deoksugung, and you will get the sense of history present in the area. Seoul Museum of Art is, of course, a landmark if its own. Built in 1928 as the Supreme Court, it was reconstructed in 1995, saving its 3 arched façade (which now serves as the symbol of SeMA). It was in fact not until 2006 that the building was reinstated as an art museum. The surrounding gardens have also been annexed as they display beautiful works of sculpture all year round. Twice a week at 10pm, there is Taking a tour around the art museum, there are Museum Nights being held. Here is a list of restaurants that you might want to include in your list while exploring this charming area.
Restaurants around Seoul Museum of Art (SeMA)
The culinary skills found at these old joints will give you a pleasant surprise.