Best things to do in Seocho-gu
Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.
“ Seorae Maeul (Seorae French Village), or French Town, is a small French neighborhood in Banpo-dong, Seocho-gu home to over 500 French and European expats.”
“Although this park is not huge, it has a nice trail run. If the length isn’t challenging enough for you, head to nearby Seoripul Park for a longer trail that heads into deep woods. There’s a great view from Silkworm Bridge in the park. After your run, head to nearby Seorae Village, which is filled with cafes and restaurants. ”
“Of course you can read a book. and garden is good to have a lazy time. we can have a meal with \4000($4) in Cafeteria. coffee is sold at discounted price in holly's coffee shop. ”
“[Name : Pastel city] Various franchised restaurants and dessert/coffee shops are in this building. From the 2nd floor to 6th floor, you can find western style foods as well as Asian famous foods. Dessert and coffee shops are on the ground floor. A big bookstore and an Uniqlo shop are in this building. 사당역의 랜드마크 파스텔시티입니다! 동서양 프랜차이즈 식당이 여기 다 모여있어요. 1층엔 커피 및 디저트 숍이, 지하엔 유니클로와 반디앤루니스도 있습니다.”
“One of the best burgers in Seoul. The fries aren't bad either, though not as good as Maloney's. But the smore milkshake is not to be missed.”
“They specialize in makgeolli at this Korean-style pub in Seorae Village. And they use high-quality local, seasonal ingredients in their food. My favorite dish is the black sesame chicken. It’s delicious and beautifully presented. They have many kinds of makgeolli, but try the Geumjeongsanseong makgeolli with the chicken. I call it yogurt for adults because it has a sour taste from a lactobacillus concentration that’s several times higher than yogurt’s.”