Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Open all year round
Sanqingdong, located near the east gate of Gyeongbokgung Palace, is known as Nanluoguxiang in South Korea. Regarding the origin of the place name of Sanqingdong, some say that it is called Sanqing because of the clear mountains, clear water, and honest people. come.
Walking from Insadong, walking along the city wall of Gyeongbokgung Palace, you will see many elegant buildings along the way, including the famous Li Lizi Hanbok, Kumho Art Museum and other famous exhibitions and art galleries. Walking through a quiet tree-lined road, touching the mottled stone bricks of the city wall of Gyeongbokgung Palace, it is a very beautiful ginkgo tree-lined road in autumn, and many good memories can be left beside the city wall here. Bukhan Mountain in the distance.
As you walk, you will find many cafes and western-style restaurants decorated with lovely flowers and plants. There are also many Hanjeongshi restaurants that maintain the original Hanok style. Stewed monkfish, Yeji-dong cold noodles. If you want to enjoy a quiet afternoon tea time in Samcheong-dong, there are dizzying restaurants to choose from, ranging from cafes where you can enjoy sweet bagels to Italian-style bookstore-style restaurants. A high-end gallery café and more.
Open all day throughout the year; the specific business status is subject to the opening of the day
Preferential treatment policy
Supplementary instructions : 1. Free of charge. 2. The above information is for reference only, and the specific information is subject to the disclosure of the scenic spot on the day.
- Choose to play in the afternoon on weekdays to better feel the leisure of Samcheong-dong.
- Seoul's tourist attractions, Changdeokgung Palace, Jongmyo Shrine, Tapgol Park, etc. are also nearby, and it is recommended to visit together.
- Anguo Station on Metro Line 3 has an item storage office, which is convenient for tourists with a lot of luggage to store. The basic fee is 4 hours, 2,000 won for small and 3,000 won for medium. Settlement is based on the post-payment method. After more than 12 hours, an additional fee will be charged in units of 12 hours. You can pay with T-money card (Korean transportation card, which can be purchased at various convenience stores) and cash.