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Jump (점프)

Jump (점프)

0m    65606     2019-05-22

Mareunnae-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) • For more info: +82-2-722-3995

Ever since first hitting the stage in July 2003, Jump has been incredibly popular in Korea. It also has had remarkable international success; in 2005 and 2006 it took the Edinburgh Fringe Festival by storm, and then went on to tour around the world, ending up on London’s West End and New York’s off-Broadway, proving that this musical comedy has universal appeal. This innovoative show incorporates many of Asia’s martial arts, including Korea's Taekwondo and Taekkyeon, as it tells the story of a family of martial arts specialists who have to defend their house from robbers.

Non-verbal Performance FIREMAN (넌버벌 퍼포먼스 FIREMAN)

Non-verbal Performance FIREMAN (넌버벌 퍼포먼스 FIREMAN)

2m    5075     2019-05-22

47, Mareunnae-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) • For more info: +82-2-6271-1190

"Fireman" is a non-verbal performance that portrays the growth and development of silly and carefree trainees into courageous and trustworthy firefighters. The stage will grab the attention of the audience with acrobatic techniques, parkour, and b-boying movements. International audience can enjoy the show without any language barrier as the performance is non-verbal, meaning the play is carried out using only body movements and facial expressions to deliver the story. Since its first stage in 2015, the act went on an international tour and won the Grand Prize in Popular Culture category during the Korea Hallyu Awards in 2016.

Jingogae (진고개)

Jingogae (진고개)

181m    11988     2016-10-21

19-1, Chungmu-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2267-0955

Located in Chungmuro, Jingogae (진고개) has been in business for 40 years and by word-of-mouth has become well-known for its traditional food. The most famous dishes are the bossam kimchi (rolled kimchi), galbijjim (steamed ribs), and gaejang jeongsik (seasoned raw crab).

All dishes are made using traditional cooking methods and the restaurant's menu is full of many nostalgic foods, making this a great restaurant option for international visitors hoping to experience the true flavors of Korean cuisine.

Hotel President (프레지던트 호텔)

Hotel President (프레지던트 호텔)

221m    20043     2019-07-25

16, Eulji-ro 12-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-753-3131

Hotel President is located in the center of downtown Seoul, in front of Seoul Plaza. Nearby attraction includes royal palaces, a financial area, business site, and shopping street, perfect for convenience and completing successful business. Hotel services include a business center and tour desk for perfect mix of business and pleasure.

Hotel PJ (호텔PJ)

Hotel PJ (호텔PJ)

224m    34969     2019-08-12

71, Mareunnae-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2280-7000

Hotel PJ is located near Euljiro 4-ga, an area that serves as a transportation hub that connects subway lines 2, 3, 4, and 5, allowing one to reach Seoul's top shopping destinations such as Myeong-dong, Namdaemun Market, and Dongdaemun Market with ease. The hotel has over 250 rooms as well as banquet halls, business center, cafe, and a restaurant.

Yangmiok - Euljiro Branch (main store) (양미옥-을지로본점)

Yangmiok - Euljiro Branch (main store) (양미옥-을지로본점)

237m    8136     2017-01-26

62, Chungmu-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2275-8837, 8838

Yangmiok takes pride in serving customers dishes prepared with only the finest ingredients. A special sauce made with soy sauce, sugar, chili powder, sesame oil, garlic, and ginger is served with beef dishes upon request.

Best Western Premier Hotel Kukdo (베스트웨스턴 프리미어 호텔국도)

Best Western Premier Hotel Kukdo (베스트웨스턴 프리미어 호텔국도)

319m    17206     2017-08-18

164, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-6466-1234

Best Western Premier Hotel, based in Arizona (USA), is the world’s largest hotel chain. The corporation has 4,200 accommodation facilities in 84 countries (Europe, Americas, Asia, Africa, Middle East, and Oceania) and is known for its excellent services and reasonable prices. By charging relatively low loyalties and guaranteeing completely independent management, the hotel chain has set itself apart in the hospitality industry. The hotel chain itself is a non-profit corporation that is a union of independent hotels seeking quality management.

The Best Western Premier Kukdo (opened on March 1, 2007) was the first Best Western in Korea. Since then, the Best Western chain has expanded to include 15 different facilities (a total of 1,900 guestrooms) located all around the country.

Best Western Premier Kukdo offers subsidiary facilities such as a fusion restaurant, sky lounge, fitness center, and business center. Each of the 296 guestrooms has a bidet and high speed internet. Double rooms have a shower booth, while twin rooms have a bathtub.

From the sky lounge (21F) guests can get a great view of Bukhansan Mountain, Cheongwadae, Dongdaemun shopping center, and Myeongdong, not to mention a bird’s-eye view of Seoul nightscape. The hotel also offers VIP rooms that can accommodate up to 20 people and a number of other conveniences that makes this an ideal choice for those traveling for business. Myeongdong and Dongdaemun are only a 10-20 minutes away on foot.

Chungmuro Jjukkumi Bulgogi (충무로 쭈꾸미 불고기)

Chungmuro Jjukkumi Bulgogi (충무로 쭈꾸미 불고기)

337m    3526     2017-02-01

11, Toegye-ro 31-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2279-0803

Chungmuro Jjukkumi Bulgogi has been loved by customers for 40 years with only Sutbulgui jjukkumi bulgogi (charcoal-grilled ocellated octopus with bulgogi). In particular, their special sauce for jjukkumi seasoning features properly spicy and sweet taste adding more flavor to the dish.

A Moment in Time - Live Caricature & Gallery (시간을 담다)

A Moment in Time - Live Caricature & Gallery (시간을 담다)

355m    543     2019-02-11

20-1, Samil-daero 8-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-10-8895-3368

A Moment in Time adds in aspects of Korean traditions, customs, and landmarks like hanbok, Gwanghwamun Gate, and Korean mystical animals into caricature artworks, serving as an excellent souvenir for both locals and travelers. The gallery also offers hands-on programs like coloring caricature and traditional folk art. In addition, original design products from A Moment in Time are also available that suit as perfect gifts.

Sieoso Hotel (시어소)

202m    2710     2018-12-30

11, Eulji-ro 12-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-10-6217-8618

Sieoso, meaning a temporary palace where a king stayed during his journey, seeks to make guests feel like a king and treats them like family with sincere services. It has a total of 41 guestrooms of different sizes: Twin Room, Double Room, Korean-style Room, Family Room, and Dormitory. It also offers a traditional Korean clothes experience for tourists. The roof garden, which is open 24 hours a day, is a popular space for exchanging experiences and memories among tourists from all over the world. The hotel provides breakfast from 7am to 9am as well as tourism information about Korea including Seoul.

T Mark Hotel Myeongdong (티마크호텔 명동)

233m    18878     2019-08-21

15, Chungmu-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2098-2000

Located at the center of major tourist attractions, T Mark Hotel is only 3-minute walking distance away from Chungmuro Station on Line 3 and 4. The letter T in the hotel's name represents the first letter of the words Tourist and Traveler. This premier business hotel, which is located adjacent to many tourist spots such as N Seoul Tower, Namsangol Hanok Village, Dongdaemun Gate and Insa-dong, aims to offer the best service at a reasonable price.

Dalkom Myeongdong Guesthouse (달콤명동게스트하우스)

336m    2057     2019-01-09

13, Mareunnae-ro 8-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul
+82-10-2819-2409

Located in Inhyeon-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, Dalkom Myeongdong Guesthouse is a four-story building equipped with 19 rooms of various types. As famous shopping districts including Myeong-dong and Dongdaemun Market are situated nearby, it is very popular among domestic tourists from Daeju, Busan, Jeju and other areas of Korea at weekends, although the majority of its guests are foreign tourists from China, Thailand, the Philippines, Malaysia, and Singapore, etc. who tend to stay on weekdays.
The guest house offers a variety of convenient facilities; each room is equipped with a bathroom, and guests can use the communal iron for their clothes and the communal kitchen to cook simple dishes. There is also a food vending machine on the outdoor terrace that provides noodles and drinks. In addition, its foreign staff can communicate with tourists from other countries and accept feedback about the accommodation.