Travel To Seoul
Fly to Seoul with Business Class Global and you can soak up some of the finest culture on the planet. The capital of South Korea is also the largest city in the country. People who fly to Seoul can trek up the surrounding mountains, like Mt. Bukhan. Folks also have plenty of fun at the world’s longest bridge fountain, Moonlight Rainbow Fountain. Lotte World Tower stands as one of the world’s tallest buildings at 556 meters, or 1,824 feet. Tourists enjoy the observation deck on the 123rd floor. To top it all off, more than 100 different museums are located in Seoul.
Top 5 Tourist Attractions in Seoul
- Built in 1405, Gyeongbokgung Palace contains 7,700 rooms, with the National Palace Museum of Korea and the National Folk Museum located just outside of the impressive structure.
- The beautiful Changdeokgung Palace has had a great influence on the development of Korean architecture, garden and landscaping for centuries.
- Seoul’s primary & most famous shopping district, Myeongdong, features everything from internationally-recognized name brands to fine dining from around the world.
- N Seoul Tower located offers visitors fantastic panoramic views of the entire city, as well as numerous performances, films, exhibitions and upscale restaurants.
- Jongmyo Shrine is the oldest and most authentic of the Confucian royal shrines to have been preserved. Honoring kings and their queens for centuries, its wonderful ceremonies link music with song and dance.
Plan Your Holiday to Seoul
The climate in Seoul is rather humid. If a person flies to Seoul, he or she can expect a continental climate from November to April. The rest of the year is warm, not unlike the subtropics. The summers are hot, so a visitor can expect to sweat. Temperature can get up to 29.6 °C, or 85 °F, during the hottest month of the year, August. Expect a little snow during the cold winters when the temperature drops down to -5 °C, or 21 °F. Regardless of the time of year, make sure to book your flights to Seoul well in advance.