Time  2 hours 46 minutes

Coordinates 509

Uploaded March 28, 2017

Recorded March 2017

367 ft
138 ft
3.72 mi

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near Insadong, Seoul (South Korea)

Starting at Anguk Subway Station (Orange Line), the track goes East to the Changdeokgung Palace and Gardens (Admission Fees). This is a secondary Palace of the Joseon Dynasty, first built in 1405 and rebuilt after in 1610. A good part of a day could be spend walking around the Palace and garden areas.

The track proceeds to a hilly area of traditional architecture to the west of the Palace grounds. There are lots of attractions in small streets around this area.

The route then goes downhill and connects with the Insadong Market Street. This has a very different character than more traditional Korean market areas farther to the east, having more art and boutique high-fashion shops. Foreign tourists are abundant here.
Restaurant prices are much higher than in the food alleys to the north east and east of Tapgol Park.
Train stop

Anguk Subway Station (Orange Line).

Closest station to the Palace.

Changdeokgung Palace Entrance

Admission fee paid here.

Throne Hall


Entrance to Gardens

An additional small admission payable to continue further into the grounds.

Lake and Gardens


Traditional Village

Hilly area with small shops, lots of attractions on back streets.

Lane leading South into Insadong Shopping Street

also, posted photos in the Insadong tourist shopping area to south of here.


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