Where to eat after visiting Gyeongbokgung Palace?
Gyeongbokgung Palace is one of 'must visit' places in Seoul. This is probably be quite cool information if you want to see and enjoy something more than the palace.
There is 'Sejong Village Food Culture Street' near Gyeongbokgung Palace. It's a small traditional market street with many small restaurants and grocery shops. Walking along the street, you can have a nice meal at very affordable price and feel traditional market ambience.
You probably have heard about 'Bukchon (means North Village)' Hanok village. The other side of Gyeongbokgung Palace is called 'Seochon (means West Village)' and it has many interesting places as well. This street is part of Seochon and we will post information about Seochon soon.
When you visit Gyeonbokgung Palace, why don't stop at 'Sejong Village Food Culture Street' for lunch or dinner? It's is just next to Exit 1/2 of Gyeongbokgung Palace subway station (line 3).
Please read this postings to see the street (sorry, they are written in Korean but you can see all photos and map without translation. ^ ^)
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