Seouler (Seouler) appeared after New Yorker (New Yorker) and Parisien (Parisien).
Recently, popular cafes, restaurants, and bakeries have sprung up mainly in certain areas of Seoul, and the number of people visiting Seoul has increased even more. Not only people living in Seoul but also those traveling to Seoul visit major spots in Seoul and hidden restaurants nearby for the purpose of cafe tours, bread tours, etc. So today, I've listed restaurants that Shikishin personally visited, focusing on Hangang Park, which is perfect for visiting on a fall day, and major spots representing Seoul.
If you're tired of looking for restaurants and food around the places you always visit, take just one well-organized map below and go out today. You can become a trendy Seouler during the upcoming ten-day Chuseok holiday.
[Mangwon Hangang Park] Mangwon-dong Gourmet
[Namsan] Huam-dong Gourmet
[Gyeongbokgung Palace] Chebu-dong/ Naeja-dong/ Gyeongbokgung & Euljiro Gourmet
[Jongmyo] Ikseon-dong Gourmet
[Ttukseom Hangang Park/Seoul Forest] Seongsu-dong Gourmet
[63 Building/Yeouido Hangang Park] Yeouido Gourmet
[Ichon Hangang Park] Munbae-dong/ Dongbuichon-dong Gourmet
[War Memorial Hall] Triangle Area/Itaewon Antique Furniture Street/ Itaewon Unique Chicken Restaurant
[Banpo Hangang Park] Seorae Village Gourmet
[Jamwon Hangang Park] Shrine Gourmet
[Seokchon Lake] Seokchon Lake Restaurant
[Lotte World/Lotte World Tower] Jamsil Lotte Department Store Restaurant