Imagine Your Autumn in Seoul

Namsan Park

I was in Seoul in early November two years ago, in time to witness the changing colour of the leaves and the changing of season. I was there for business and stayed at Grand Hyatt, Namsan at Yongsan district, right next to Namsan Park, the largest park in Seoul.

Grand Hyatt is one of the nicest hotel to stay in Seoul especially during autumn and winter. In autumn, you will get to see the changing colours of the leaves at Namsan Park. In winter, the outdoor swimming pool is transformed into an outdoor ice skating rink with the view of the Han River as the backdrop.  If you are in Seoul for winter holiday, do check out the outdoor ice skating rink at Grand Hyatt, Namsan.

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As I have some time on hand before catching my afternoon flight back to Singapore, I took a walk to Namsan Park. It was cold around 9 degree Celsius, more so for a Singaporean who only experience summer throughout the year. I endured the cold weather and walked to the Park.  The Park was beautiful especially in late autumn which helped to distract me from feeling cold.

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The Lowdown – Namsan Park

Address: 140-190 125-54, Namsangongwon-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul

Getting there: By Subway – Line 3 Chungmuro, 15 min walk or Line 4 Hoehyeon 20 min walk from exit 4

 

Thank you for stopping by.  

Audrey


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Audrey is a lifestyle and travel blogger and a technology marketeer by trade, living in Singapore. She is pursuing a life of simplicity, focusing on experiences - reducing her possessions, staying responsible to the environment and increasing her self-sufficiency. She also enjoys travelling and exploring Singapore to find a new perspective in life.

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