Korean Manhattan and The 80s

Main sights: Yeouido, Times Square Mall, Yeongdeungpo Market, Mullae

A densely populated district of Yeongdeungpo is a rather off-the-beaten-path destination for foreign visitors. Most tourists prefer to end their acquaintance with the district with Yeouido Island, which has indeed a huge concentration of famous attraction for all tastes. However, Yeongdeungpo has a much more authentic feel than its “façade” part: narrow industrial streets, Chinese neighborhoods, traditional markets and glossy shopping malls are intertwined in a peculiar maze that is an incredibly fun mess to explore.  

Yeouido is a green island in central Seoul shaped by the wide waters of the Han River on one side and Saetgang stream on the other. From a sandy islet used for breeding horses and farming during Joseon times, it has grown to be a famous business district rivaling Gangnam with its skyscrapers, influence and affluence. Laws for the whole country are made in the National Assembly, new trends in entertainment are discussed in the major broadcasting companies’ headquarters and Korea’s economic future is decided in the top-floor offices of Yeouido.

Yeouido parks are incredibly popular for picnics and family outings – countless tents spring up as soon as the weather starts to warms up. Every season Yeouido has something new to offer: beautiful Cherry Blossom Festival attracts thousands of people with its fragrant alleys; summer opens ways for countless camping sites, water sports, and music performances; in early autumn the island hosts the spectacular Seoul International Fireworks. Throughout the year visitors can enjoy a romantic Han River cruise, explore the underground bunker and watch the sun set over the city from the observation deck of Building63.   


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Seasonal Event: Tulip Festival


Seasonal Event: Tulip Festival (Mar 16 ~ Apr 28) Check out the daily seasonal events by Everland and make sure to check out the new attractions and events below for a once in a lifetime experience.   Seasonal Attractions Seasonal Events Four Seasons Garden: (Mar 16 ~ Apr 28) Walk along the newly themed Tulip Garden featuring artworks and styles from the famous Dutch abstract artist Mondriaan Mondriaan's Illiusion: (Mar 16 ~ June 16), 11 am ~ 6 pm Explore the newly built art studio featuring live artworks from abstract artist Mondriaan, with collaboration works by media artist Park Jae Sung Brick+Querencia Zone: (Mar 16 ~ June 16), 12 pm - 6 pm If you love legos, then this new attraction is just for you. This attraction is recommended for children to build their imaginations and creativity through active brick building Hello Holland! (Every Saturday in April only) In collaboration with the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, check out weekly unique events such as "wear Netherland's traditional dress, tulip class and king's day event" Fairy in Art: (Mar 16th - 27th) Watch the tulips come to life at the Four Seasons Garden! Feel free to take photos, and be amazed and the colorful living artwork of tulips and Mondriaan Carnival Fantasy Parade (Day) - Moonlight Parade (Night) (Mar 29th Onwards) Finally, make sure to check out the daily carnival fantasy parade which you can only see during Spring. There are parades during day and night!    

Apr 1, 2019 ~ Apr 28, 2019