'Romantic' (and a certain dose of 'cheesy') is good on this day of the year, but you don't want any cliché idea. Find something different to do with our list of places to visit in Seoul — it might bring you guys closer together, too.
The restaurant choice is definitely one of the determining factors for a nice Valentine’s night. You know the drill: make sure you choose a good one and hurry to make a reservation (and no, going unconventional by taking your date to a local Kimbab Cheonguk doesn't necessarily make you cool).
A cozy, classic atmosphere with dim glow of lights and a slight touch of quirkiness—these are the perfect spots in Seoul where you can whisper sweet-nothings into that special someone’s ear.
Gals and guys – as a partner in a relationship, you do not want to skip this day of the year. For those of you who don’t want to go “that far,” there are also all-you-can-drink buffet dinners starting at 45,000 won.
Celebrating love — what better excuse is there to party all night long? You can celebrate the love with your better half, or even, find some new love at these all-night parties in Seoul.
Taking a nice stroll through artworks and exchanging quips over coffee at a nice museum café — an art show adds an interesting dimension to any romantic interaction, whether for a first date or a night out with someone you have been with for a while.
Movie date on Valentine's Day? Old-fashioned, granted, but classic. After all, a good film is a hundred times better than a mediocre love confession (girls, do I see your hands in the air?). So unless you can whisper like Humphrey Bogart, let the movie speak for you. Here's a list to choose from.