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Seoul, South Korea Travel Guide - 3-Day Itinerary [Kindle Edition]

Chris Backe , Unanchor .com

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Coming to Korea?

Want to know where to go in Seoul? This guide to Seoul offers a full three-day itinerary - including where to eat, where to see, and where to sleep. There's plenty more to see in Seoul, though - which is why I've also added ideas based on themes. What kind of themes, you ask?

If you want to learn about history:
If you want to party like a rock star:
If you want to lie on the beach:
If you want to entertain kids without going insane:
If you want souvenirs or proof you came to Korea:
If you want to get your shopping on:
If you want to enjoy nature:
If you're coming for business and have to work around that schedule:
If you're interested in people-watching:
If you just want to relax or be pampered:

In this itinerary, I'll be telling you what's worth seeing - AND how to get there. Korean tourist information is decent, but doesn't always give directions. In addition, I'm not beholden to any official organizations - meaning I tell you the real deal on the place.

Who am I? I'm an travel blogger who has lived in Seoul since March 2008. I've made it a point to see one new place, event, or festival every week since I arrived. I've explored parts of Korea most Koreans haven't seen. I've kept a blog on life in Korea, but this itinerary uses a fair amount of unpublished information.

49 pages of information and photos - no filler here, so it's time to click! As a way of saying thank you to buyers, my personal e-mail is in the itinerary - and I'm happy to answer any questions you might have on traveling Seoul :)

Version 2.5 - added some ideas on what to do if the weather isn't cooperating; added / clarified some directions.

Product Details

  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1758 KB
  • Print Length: 68 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher:; 1 edition (April 11 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007TKHF0W
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great guide that highlights Seoul! May 2 2012
By giraffe - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
I have purchased this guide in addition to the Busan guide and used them while family was visiting me in Seoul. As I had to work all day, that left my family to have to explore the huge city themselves. This guide guided them and provided excellent maps, directions and information about the key highlights in Seoul. Both Busan and Seoul guides are great! I would totally purchase other unanchor guides for my future travels!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Good advice on sights and transportation to those sights Nov. 4 2012
By ejs50 - Published on
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I used this e-book for a quick visit to Seoul. It's not a complete travel guide by any means. However, it is written by someone who has been living there for a few years, and he provides some good tips -- his section on transportation was very useful -- to and from airport, and in the city -- although he did not include a map of the subway system. His tips on sights to see were particularly useful because he provided really good transportation information -- subway lines, walking distances, etc. His sections on the sights to see included a lot of good history and other information. I also liked how he set an itinerary but also gave transportation information if you weren't following it exactly. The itinerary does cover the "must see" sights/attractions/shopping areas as well as some other ones. His food, accommodation, and entertainment tips seemed for a younger and more frugal audience.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! Oct. 16 2012
By C. Walton - Published on
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Traveling in a country with which we were completely unfamiliar and having absolutely no knowledge of the language, we were very nervous about the quality of our visit...until we found this little gem! Follow his itinerary! It won't lead you astray and you'll get to see the best of a wonderful, welcoming city. We will go back to Seoul. This guide helped us see the tip of the iceberg!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No lost souls in Seoul June 1 2013
By klunky - Published on
Format:Kindle Edition
At the end of a SE Asia guided tour, my husband and I decided to see Seoul for three days on our own. I had no idea of where we should stay or what to do. Searching the web, I stumbled upon Unanchor. It was exactly what we needed! Lots of books will tell you to take the subway; this educates you on how to work the token machines or the T-Money Card and the turnstiles. Reading their itinerary helped us to decide which area would be the most convenient for a hotel. And it was a perfect location for us. We walked almost everywhere. We followed their first day agenda exactly, but selected from alternatives for the second day. The guide is fun to read and suggests activities for all ages and interests. I loved the practical shopping info--where to haggle, merchandise quality, the currency, etc. Without Unanchor we wouldn't have known to walk the Bukchon area and shop Insadong. Likewise, our favorite evening was experiencing Myeong-dong. (Think the lights of Time Square, but with fabulous food and shopping.) Our only problem is now we want to go back to see the parts of Seoul we missed! When we do, I will have my handy guide in hand!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars No nonsense guide to what to explore and how to get there Dec 30 2012
By Vishal Parakh - Published on
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I've used travel guides from several big name's before and have used Wikitravel on many occasions on well. Compared to most of them this book was very easy to use -- you could pick from the author's 3-day itinerary or from one of many interest focused lists.

The directions on how to get to each destination were amongst the best I've seen with pictures and subway station exit numbers clearly provided.

I only had 2 days in Seoul and I was not disappointed with any of the places suggested.

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