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Exploring Seoul Part 2 – Finding My Own Little Mountain

What really got me attracted to exploring Seoul was my own little, local mountain. Back in 2005 I lived next to Bongwhasan, which means Beacon Mountain. At the time I was living there I would go up there at least two or three times a week, and even during the middle of winter and summer. Before long I had learned my own routes to follow and where, more or less, I would arrive when I took a particular pathway down. As I said before, if I got lost on the mountain, I could just walk down and follow the mountain around and I would find somewhere I recognised sooner or later. To this day when I move somewhere I always look for the nearest mountain. Bongwhasan has much to do with this.


51 Things to do in Seoul

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If you are in Seoul for a week or a month or a year, there are so many things to do in Seoul that it will always keep you on the move. And because of its highly efficient public transportation all the places listed below are easily accessible by Subway Trains, Buses and Taxis, making it very convenient even for the first time visitors of Seoul. So here are the 51 things you can add to your to-do list when you plan to visit Seoul.

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