Taken from the top of an 8 story building, Yonsei University appears in the background. This school holds some of the most spectacular festivals with celebrity invites in Seoul. The campus sits before a scenic mountain range and is brimming with life. (How to get there: Sinchon Station. Subway Line 2. Exit 3. Walk straight for 5-10 minutes.)
"One lesser known staples of Seoul life is the yogurt street vendor. You will find them located throughout the city in their yellowish attire. They sell individual yogurts for very low prices." Seoul, South Korea.
Recreation along the Han River - Seoul, South Korea. Along the Han River, there are many biking and walking trails for people to get their exercise in for the day, or even just take a leisurely tour of the Han.
There are main colored buses in Seoul: Blue-travel on major roads for long distances Green-travel shorter distances and through subway transfer points Red-express travel from Seoul to suburban areas Yellow-travel within a district with in Seoul
You can use cash, Korean cards or T-money cards to pay for the fares (for adults): Blue-cash 1150 won/card 1050 Green- cash 1150 won/card 1050 Red- cash 1950 won/card 1850 Yellow - cash 950 won/card 850