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Warren Itinerary

Warren Itinerary

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Published by: Steve Jobs on May 05, 2010
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Gyeongbokgung (
)Info: Constructed in 1394 for the Joseon Dynasty.Destroyed by the Japs, and reconstructed in 1867.This is the main and largest palace of all thepalaces of the Joseon Dynasty.Cost: 3,000wonHow to get there: Subway line 3 (Orange) headingtowards Daehwa, get off at Gyeongbokgungstation, take exit 5.Cheonggyecheon [chong-GAY-chon](
)Info: Cheonggyecheon is a man-made river thatruns for about 6km through central Seoul. It offerssome really awesome sights, including buildingsand landmarks.How to get there: Subway line 3 (purple),Gwanghwamun station, exit 6. Can
t miss it. Thatarea is really nice too. Gwanghwamun is a kind ofadministrative area, with embassies for the US andCanada (I think) very near.Namsan Tower (
)Info: Namsan tower is visible from pretty muchanywhere in the city, since it
s on top of amountain. From up there you get an awesomeview of the entire city. Daytime is cool, but nighttime shows you all the arteries of traffic flowingthough the city. This is a must see.
Cost: 5,000won elevator ride to the observation deckHow to get there: Subway line 4, Myeongdong station, exit 4. Walk through the alley next to PacificHotel. You can either take the cable car or walk up the hill. If you don
t want to go through the trouble,get a cab and they can take you directly to the entrance of the tower.Gwanaksan [gwan-AK-san] (
)Info: Gwanaksan is a smaller and easy-to-climbmountain located in northern Seoul. It is one of the 5main peaks that make up Seoul
s defining mountains.The hike is pretty easy, and once you
ve reached thepeak, you
re rewarded with an awesome view ofSeoul.How to get there: Subway line 2 or 3 (green or orange)to Seoul National University station.Seoul Forest Park [sa-OOL-soup] (
)Info: Seoul Forest Park is a large park located justnorth of the Han River. It
s a part of my oldneighbourhood, Seongdong-gu. It
s a huge park filledwith trees and artwork. Great place to grab a couple ofbeers from the GS Mart and just relax on the grass.How to get there: Subway line 2, Ttukseom Station,exit 8.
Yeouido [yo-EE-doh] (
)Info: Yeouido is an 8.4 square kilometer island that ishome to Seoul
s main business and investmentbanking district. It
s also home to the Korean NationalAssembly, as well as the 63 Building (A MUST SEE),and the Korean stock exchange.How to get there: Subway line 5, Yeouido station, exit3 for the National Assembly and Yeouido park.Insadong [EEN-sa-dong] (
)Info: Insadong is the main place in Seoul to pick upgifts and souvenirs. It also has art galleries and someof the best restaurants I
ve been to in Seoul. You canspend a good amount of time here enjoying the streetfood which includes candy that
s often prepared beforeyour eyes. Pretty cool. This is a must see.How to get there: Subway lines 1 (blue), 3 (orange),and 5 (purple). It may be more convenient to take acab here since it can be kinda hard to find on foot.Ddeokbokki Town [dok-BOK-ee town]Info: Ddeokbokki Town is a district reservedspecifically for ddeokbokki restaurants. Ddeokbokki isa traditional Korean food. It
s basically chewy ricecake covered in sauce that tastes kinda like spaghetti-O
s sauce, but much spicier. It sounds gross but trustme, you haven
t had real Korean food until you
vetried it.How to get there: Subway lines 2 (green) and 6 (kindaburnt orange), Sindang station. Might wanna take a

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