Seoul is the city of curious contrasts. Divided by the Han River, the North and South of Seoul carry different history and lifestyle. The North (Gangbuk) is more historical oriented with famous palaces and government centers, while the South (Gangnam) is more modern and trendy. From old temples and palaces to trend-setting fashions and K-pop music, Seoul embeds charm as well as surprises, captivating all the curious hearts among us. Yet, the city is so vast that it does not have one “center” and that it may take weeks to explore all of the districts within it. But don’t you worry, our local guides are here to take care of that part!