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I won’t say this to be a must visit place but for someone who is in Seoul for a considerable time, you can pass through this park on the way to Naksan park.
It’s located just outside exit 2 of Hyewha station and has a...More
Lovely place, especially when the foliage turns its colour. The park is in Hyehwa area which is famous for its vicinity to the university (daehak-ro/university road), theatres and cafes. Take metro to Hyehwa station, exit 2, and within a few minutes' walk is Marronnier Park.
The name of this place is Maronie "Park", but it's basically a square with some things to sit on. Next to this place loates Arco Art Theater or some restaurants and cafes. The round thing to sit on looks like a moon and it radiates,...More
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Daehakno (literally "University Street") is home to a number of famed universities, so the neighborhood is always abuzz with university students, and a youthful, optimistic energy permeates the air. The abundance of restaurants, cafes, and shops cater to the younger demographic in both taste and prices, making it a popular meet-up area. Daehakno is also famed for its creativity, showcased in the many amateur performances
put on at Marronnier Park and in more professional productions at small independent theaters scattered through the neighborhood. For a break, be sure to check out Ihwa Mural Village nearby, a former shantytown transformed into an art village with installations and wall paintings. It hosts a Filipino Market on Sundays.