5 photogenic places in Seoul, South Korea

If you are looking for a great city to take selfies and post on social media, Seoul is definitely shareworthy.

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Close Encounter? Dongaemun Design Plaza, Seoul. [Image Nestor Lacle/Flickr]
Close Encounter? Dongaemun Design Plaza, Seoul. [Image Nestor Lacle/Flickr]
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Bukchon Hanok Village, Seoul

Seoul is a mixture of ultra modern and ancient and what better place to capture both sides of the city than in Bukchon Hanok Village. The village stands on a hill, close to the Jongmyo Royal Shrine, Changdeok Palace and Gyeongbok Palace. The origins date back 600 years and the narrow, winding alleyways give a true impression of Korean Life. Even better, the modern skyline of the city can be viewed on the horizon.

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Dongdaemun Design Plaza, Seoul

If you feel like you are looking at a spaceship, don’t feel alone, especially with the image displayed top of page. The Dongdaemun Design Plaza is among the most iconic, ultramodern landmarks in the city and was built to host design-related exhibitions, shows and conferences. It also houses a design museum, a history and culture park and an art hall. In 2015, the New York Times selected the plaza as being one of the top 52 places to visit in the world.

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