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This place looks fantastic in Autumn with all the trees changing colour.
The walk is quite peaceful between the royal tombs and they have a small history museum as well.
If you are in Seoul on a budget the entrance fee is only a thousand...More
The site and attraction fabulous.
But the signage to this attraction is atrocious. First day tried to enter from the north east following a visit to Bongeun sa.
I gave up.
Went back a few days later.
Non existent from the metro.
Did see a...More
The royal tombs are in Gangnam and give a peaceful place to walk away from the busyness of the rest of the area. The site has several paths to walk around and is laid out so walk between the two tombs. There are lots of...More
Its is located in lush forest, and benches on the promenade provide an ideal place to relax.
Seonjeongneung is comprised of Seolleung Royal Tomb and Jeongneung Royal Tomb Seonjeongneung houses the burial mounds of King Seongjong (1469-1494), his wife Queen Jeonghyeon, and King Jungjong...More
Quiet and interesting walk around the royal tombs. There were no tours when we visited - I think this would make it much more interesting. We just walked around with an information brochure. If you don't get to Gyeongju or other areas of South Korea...More
This park is rpeaceful in the middle of the busy city. It opens at 6am and locals may be seen exercising and strolling through the grounds. The park is easily reached by Subway Line 2 Seolleung Station, and a 10 minute walk from exit #...More
Not only is this a place of Korean history (two royal tombs are here) but it's a beautiful park with many benches, sounds of birds, and walking/hiking trails. It's ₩1,000 for people between 19-64 and free for children and seniors. It's a nice escape away...More
It was a 15 minute walk away from the Seolleong Subway Station, and I read in a blog to check this preserved place out before "getting hammered in Gangnam". The place surrounding it is very modern, but I am impressed that the Korean government followed...More