Palace Seoul

7 Yulgok-ro 2-gil, Jongno-gu Seoul 3143
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  • Studio, One, & Two Bedroom Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Attached Garage, Detached Garage, & On Street Parking
  • Laundry In Building, Laundry In Unit, & Laundry On Site
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Hot Tub & Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Strategically located in the Gangbuk area, Palace Seoul offers a tranquil environment teeming with picturesque gardens and sprawling city views. The area is Seoul’s diplomatic, business and financial hub, and also houses an array of restaurants, shopping and entertainment facilities all along the Insa-dong and Jongo-gu areas.

For guests looking to explore a cultural side of the city, head over to visit to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Changdeok Palace, one of the five grand palaces in Korea. A visit to the Insa-dong shopping area is a must for anyone looking for some retail relief. The street is lined with antique stories, art galleries, traditional teahouses, restaurants and bookshops.


Air Conditioning
Cable TV Channels
Cooktop/Hob 2 burners
Desk Workplace
Direct Dial Telephone
DVD Player
Flat Screen TV Living Room
Full-size Refrigerator with Freezer
Unlimited Wireless Internet access in the apartment

Property Location

About Seoul, South Korea

Learn About This Location

Take in the view of this city of about 10 million people from the top of any of Seoul’s four guardian mountains and you’ll sense the feng shui that has long protected the city. History clings to the ‘Miracle on the Han’, a phoenix that rose from the ashes of the Korean War. While Seoul has its eyes pointing to the future, it also contains fascinating fragments of the past in World Heritage–sites like the Jongmyo shrine, the alleys between the hanok (traditional wooden homes) in Bukchon, and the magnificent city walls.

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