Theme Tour

Feel the vivid history of Buddhist civilization with temples and cultural assets as well as well-preserved tomb of Joseon royal family in the most thriving city surrounded by the forest of buildings.

  • Seonjeongneung
    Address : 1 Seolleung-ro 100-gil, Samseong 2(i)-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea
    Contact :02-568-1291
    Seolleung and Jeongneung, these two monuments are the precious cultural heritage of Korea designated in the UNESCO World Heritage Site. Seonjeongneung is a term that is combined with Seolleung and Jeongneung, which is the historical record of 199th. It means the royal tomb of the kings/queens of the Joseon Dynasty. Seolleung is the royal tomb of Seongjong(reigned, 1457~1494), the ninth king of the Joseon Dynasty and his third wife, the Junghyeon queen(1462~1530), and Jeongneung is the royal tomb of the 11th King Joongjong (1488~1544).
  • Bongeunsa Temple
    Address : 73 Samsungdong, Gangnam-Gu , Seoul, Korea
    Contact :02-511-6074~4
    Homepage : http://www.bongeunsa.org/
    The representing temple Bongeunsa of Gangnam has kept a long history in a serene Zen meditation within the city. Seonbuldang of Sunbangin (The 64th tangible cultural asset of Seoul) was reconstructed in 1941 and it is known for its unique structures.
  • Tomb of Gwangpyeongdaegun
    Address : 10-1, Suseo-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
    Contact :-
    Homepage : -
    The most well-preserved original tomb of the royal offspring in the Seoul area. It is located in Daemo mountain of Suseo-dong which was once called as Gungmal or Gungcheon. The total area is 125,237 pyeong within the Gwangpyeongdaegun tomb as well as presenting a grand sight of 700 other tombs. Go-ok, the second wife in the family also lies here. (The 48th tangible cultural asset of Seoul. Designated on February 5th, 1981)
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