We'll meet at the Anguk Subway Station on Line 3, and then we'll go to the Sanseong Park entrance by bus. After a short while, we'll arrive at the park and as it's a tightly controlled military area. We will then share the secret stories of Seoul and its beautiful scenery along one of the world's oldest walls. It will be a good place to talk about each other's experiences by comparing the past and present along the towering mountain in the middle of Seoul. And although the climbing is not too difficult, there are many stairs that will make for some good exercise. If you want, we can go to a restaurant that sells chicken and beer that is very popular with the locals, and you can taste this favorite dish.
Seoul is a complex city with a long history. Even many of the people who have lived in Seoul for decades do not know much about it. But luckily, I've been able to get to know Seoul well because I majored in history, and also because I've taught students for many years and I've also worked as a guide. This will be a great experience for tourists who love nature and who refuse to always see the same things. Choose this hidden place and take in the beautiful scenery.
A bottle of water
Visit Hanyang's, also known as Seoul's, old Sungbyeok-gil—which has been around for over 500 years. Currently, it is a strict military control area because it is close to the presidential residence.