South Korea offers many historical sites with amazing architecture that you need to visit. Museum of Korean Furniture, for example, housed more than 2,000 traditional furnitures and 10 hanok (Korean traditional house)
Don’t forget to visit the magnificent Gyeongbok Palace and spend at least one hour to walk around the pavilion and the large rooms within the palace. Take pictures in front of the Cheonggyecheon and King Sejong statue. Three of these main attractions in Seoul can be reached by walking from the underground subway station of small Gwanghwamun. Explore and stroll along the unique Bukchon Village that offers rows of traditional cafes, art gallery and restaurants, including the famous Wood & Brick restaurant. Bukchon is one of the beautiful historical sites in Korea, a place where tourists can have an adventurous little trip by walking along the small road trails and see old hanoks with various size and shape. Spare some times to visit the outdoor museum located in that area and enjoy omijga in one of the tea shops in Bukchon. Ddeokbokki (Korean spicy rice cakes), Gogigui (Korean BBQ), Dakgalbi (Pan Fried Chicken) are one of the famous Korean’s delicacies that you must taste before going back home.