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Man-made Islands in Seoul

Travel 2019-11-06
Some Sevit or Sebitseom literally means 'three shining islands illuminating the Han River.' It is the world's first floating complex to have buildings on top of floating structures on water. It is a man-made culture complex near the southern end of the Banpo Bridge. The complex consists of various facilities with a great scenery of the Han River.

Some Sevit or Sebitseom is known to be a popular night scene in South Korea and has become a favorite filming spot for movies and dramas. The complex is used for many exhibitions, events and even performances. There are wedding halls, restaurants, buffets and cafes. It is a perfect spot for that special date or just to go there and hang out with a group of friends.

It's definitely a place to visit if you are in Seoul. You can enjoy cultural experiences and take amazing photos especially in the evening and also there are designated photo spots as well.

Here's more information of this place.

Address: 683, Olympic-daero, Seocho-gu, Seoul
Phone Number: 02-1566-3433
Operating Hours: 9am~11pm
Access: Subway
             Express Bus Terminal Station (Seoul Subway Line 3, 7, 9) Exit 8-1
             - Walk straight for 250m and turn right at the Express Terminal intersection.
                Continue going straight and use the walkway through the underpass to arrive.
             Get off at Banpo Hangang Park / Seom Sevit Bus stop.
             Take blue bus 740

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