Definitely visit Gyeongbok Palace...walk around and enjoy the lovely park and palace structures. Buy a lovely teapot set from Insadong, lots of lovely antique finds there and you can do most of your souvenir shopping there.If you have time, I would highly recommend a trip to the Korean Folk Village:http://www.koreanfolk.co.kr/folk/english/index.htmIt's just outside of Seoul and you can spend the whole day wandering around and eating there. It's beautiful! And you should buy back a little wooden mask as a memento too!Seoul is not very large and is very slow paced and is often compared as a slow version of pre-tokyo. Enjoy it and sample as much Korean cuisine as you can, in the markets and along the streets:)
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