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Hey ! I would be in Seoul for about a week in March. Could someone let me know about the must see places and things to do the? I am on a business trip and hence only the evenings would be free! Thanks !

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    If you only hv evenings then if you are into shopping, you should go to dongdaemun, which is wholesale area. Myeongdong also for shopping You can also visit the Ntower for sightseeing. Watch the nanta show, non speaking musical. over 7 years ago

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    I lives in Seoul for two years in high school and I completely agree with thy our tips. One of my favorite things to do is go on the subway make a few transfers and get off at a stop (where a few others in the subway also get off, don't get off at one where you're the only one getting off) and explore. The subway system is very simple to figure out. As long as you know where you ultimately need to be you can find your way back. You can get a paper map at any ticket window. Just say "map please" and make a credit car sized shape with your hands and they will give you am English map! Don't be afraid to be adventurous. Seoul is very safe and there is always someone willing to help! over 7 years ago

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    Seoul is a wonderful place full of things to do. Unfortunately none of the major festivals happen in March there are some places however that are always open. Seoul Tower (Namsan tower) is always open, you can ever walk up there if you're feeling fit. Head down the street of Insadong and try out the local street food and the busting market stalls. If you want to party at night, head into Hongdae (Hongik University area) everything is always open but don't go until after 10pm, that's when it starts to get busy. These are just a few suggestion but drinking and being social is a huge part of Seoul culture so down be afraid to make some friends! over 7 years ago

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