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Seoul is the capital of South Korea. With a municipal population of over 10.5 million, and a metropolitan population totaling over 20.5 million, Seoul is by far South Korea's largest city and one of East Asia's financial and cultural epicenters.
Seoul Hotels
Search for hotels in Seoul, Guri (14 km east) and Gwangmyeong (14 km southwest).
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Jongno is in Seoul, and constitutes the northern half of the historic core of Seoul, along with Jung, the southern half.
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Gangnam is the central district of the southern half of Seoul. Though Jongno and Jung to the north may claim to be the center of Seoul, in many ways Gangnam is the true center, of both Seoul and the entire country.
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Jung is in Seoul, constituting the southern half of the historic core of Seoul, along with Jongno.
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Yongsan is in Seoul's geographic center, sandwiched between Seoul's two major cultural and economic centers, Gangnam and Jongno/Jung.
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Seodaemun/Mapo is in northwestern Seoul, by the banks of the Han River. It is most notable for having a high concentration …
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Incheon International Airport is South Korea's largest airport and the country's main international gateway as well as the main airport of Seoul.
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Songpa is in the eastern part of Seoul, along the Han River. Quieter and more residential then its hectic neighbor, Gangnam, Songpa nonetheless offers a fair number of attractions.
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Dongjak, Gwanak and Geumcheon are districts located to the south of the Han river in Seoul.
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Yeongdeungpo and Guro are districts in Seoul.
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The districts of Dongdaemun, Jungrang, Gwangjin and Seongdong are in the east of the city of Seoul.
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The districts of Gangbuk, Dobong, Eunpyeong and Nowon are in the northern part of Seoul.
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