10 Hidden Instagrammable Spots in Seoul that Will Spice Up Your Feed

Seoul is a photographer’s paradise. From towering skyscrapers to calming cultural spots, the photo opportunities are endless. This South Korean capital is abundant with hidden Instagrammable spots perfect for spicing up your feed. Here’s why Seoul is not just good for your soul, but also for the ‘gram.

10 Hidden Instagrammable Spots in Seoul that Will Spice Up Your Feed

Bom Farmers’ Garden

Have a field day at what this charming haven in Yangpyeong-gun has to offer. Bom, which means ‘spring’ in Korean is sure to make visitors feel like it’s spring all year long.

Bukchon Hanok Village

Go back in time and experience old Korea in this traditional village filled with so much history.

Bukhansanseong Fortress Wall

Relax and have photoshoots like a royal in this resting spot for kings in times of emergency between Gyeonggi-do and Seoul.

Daepohang Fort Lighthouse

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Live out your Korean drama fantasies at this little gem located in the Southern tip of Sokcho. While you’re at it, have a taste of the best seafood in town.

Gwangjang Market

Get your grub on and satisfy your Instagram feed cravings in this loud and lively street market located in the Jongno-Gu district.

Ihwa Mural Village

Get inspired by this mural heaven created by over 70 artists as a part of a revitalization project held back in 2006. With paintings of different shapes and sizes, this makes for a perfect Instagram portrait shot, no doubt.

Nanji Hangang Park

Get front-row seats for free at this campsite for the most epic view of the highway. Side note: Come during the festival season. This is the place to be!

Seonyodu Park

Take a breather without leaving the city and appreciate what mother nature has to offer: a perfect scenic shot.

Daegwallyeong Skyranch

Reach for the skies in this prime location that is sure to take your portrait game to another level.

The Bongeunsa Temple

I realized that adventure is the best way to learn ♥

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Practice your Zen at this picturesque Buddhist temple in Sameseong-dong. In this place, there is no such thing as a bad photo or a bad photographer.

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