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Serviced apartments in Seoul

Seoul Metropolitan Library

Built in 1926, the former Seoul City Hall had its glory restored and subsequently reopened as the city's main public library.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Built in 1395, being its first royal palace, Gyeongbokgung represented the sovereignty of the Joseon Dynasty, which had a significant influence on modern Korea.

Namsan Seoul Tower

Surrounded by mountains, Namsan Seoul Tower is much-loved for its multi-coloured digital art projection, digital observatory, roof terrace and great restaurants. 

Royal Guards at Deoksugung Palace

The traditional ceremony takes place three times a day (daily except Mondays), in front of the main gate of the palace.

Itaewon Street

Besides a great variety of shops, entertainment and dining options, the 1.4km-long street is an international hub with exotic fashion, bars and clubs that come alive when night falls.

Namsan Park

At 480 metres above sea level, the South Mountain peak is a popular spot for hiking, recreation and to catch Seoul in a great panoramic view.

Hanok Village

Capture a glimpse of the Korean traditional houses or spend a night there if you like, in one of the hanok villages, as you relive the elegance of ancient Korean charm with modern amenities.  

Mount Bukhansan

At 836 metres above sea level, the highest mountain in Seoul is home to granite peaks and the Bukhansanseong Fortress – a must-see for the mountain tours.

Dragon Hill Spa

Relax and rejuvenate in typical Korean style here in this large and extravagant bathhouse that is very much like an entertainment complex.

Fraser Place Seoul

If you are looking for a serviced apartment within Seoul CBD, served by a subway within walking distance and with close proximity to businesses and amenities, look no further than Fraser Place Central, Seoul, the preferred residence of choice for many business and leisure travellers.

Fraser Place Central, Seoul

No. 78 Tongil-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul 04517, Korea

Fraser Place Central, Seoul

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  • Facilities, Amenities and Services within the vicinity

    • 24-hour convenience store across the street
    • Railway Station (5-minute drive)
    • Coffee Shops in just about every corner
    • Restaurant street (5- to 10-minute walk)
    • Extensive Shuttle Bus Service
    • Day excursions, with pick-up service from travel agents
    • Namdaemun market (15-minute walk)
    • Gwanghwamun Square (20-minute walk)
    • Meyongdong shopping district (20-minute walk)
  • Nearest Transportation

    Nearest subway stations: (10 minutes walking distance from Fraser Place Central, Seoul)

    • City Hall Station (Lines 1 & 2, Exit 10)
    • Seodaemoon Station (Line 5, Exit 6)
    • Seoul Station (Line 1, Exit 3)

    Near buses:

    • Services numbers 161, 171 and 720
    • Service numbers 701, 702, 704, 706 and 750
  • Getting to Fraser Place Central Seoul

    By Airport Limousine:

    • From Incheon International Airport

    6005 Limousine Bus
    From Incheon International Airport to Fraser Place Central, Seoul

    Click here for Bus schedule
    Bus stop: 1F Exit '5' Terminal 1 and B1F Exit '29' at Incheon International Airport
    Running time: Approx. 1h 20m  (Get off Fraser Place Central Bus Station)
    Fare: Adult KRW 15,000 / Child KRW 11,000 (children aged up to 12 years)

    Fraser Place Limousine Service Transfer (one way)
    Arrival / Departure Fare: KRW 120,000 + 10% VAT
    Reservation: 02-2220-8888

    • From Gimpo Airport

    Fraser Place Limousine Service Transfer (one way)
    Arrival / Departure Fare: KRW 70,000 + 10% VAT
    Reservation: 02-2220-8888

    By Train:

    Seoul National Train Station, underground 2nd floor
    Running time: Non-stop 43minutes / Normal 53minutes
    Fare: Non-stop KRW 13,300 / Normal KRW 5,300

    By Express Train “AREX”:

    From Incheon Airport station to Seoul station, at KRW 8,000, approximately 45 minutes.
    After which, take a taxi to the property, at KRW3,000 to KRW3,500, approximately 5 minutes.

    By Taxi:

    Estimated fare: KRW70,000, approximately 1 hour, subject to traffic condition.

  • About Seoul

    Situated on the Han River, Seoul is the capital city and the largest metropolis of South Korea.  With more than 9 UNESCO sites as of 2010 under its belt, Seoul has a distinctive culture and heritage associated with a history of more than 2,000 years.  Home to some of the world’s most notable companies such as Samsung and LG, the highly-wired city has gained much popularity in recent years due to K-pop and the spread of the Korean Wave. 

    Served by one of the best airports in the world, Seoul is well-loved among East Asian tourists in particular for its multi-faceted appeal.  By day, Seoul is a city calmed by its many shrines, palaces and scenic mountain views on one hand, and on the other, vibrant with business activities, world-class events, shopping and gastronomic delights.  By night, the city never sleeps as well.  Brimming with exotic appeal, Seoul’s nightlife is equally exciting and dynamic with karaoke bars, nightclubs, night markets, night parks and performances.  Indeed, Seoul is a culturally-enriched modern metropolis that will delight visitors of any age. 

  • Essential facts of Seoul


    Seoul belongs to the Temperate Zone that comes with four distinctive seasons of spring, summer, autumn and winter. The annual average temperature is 12.2 degrees Celsius.

    Dec, Jan, Feb : -15-5 degrees Celsius
    Mar, Apr, May :  5-20 degrees Celsius
    Jun, July  Aug :  25-37 degrees Celsius
    Sep, Oct, Nov  :  5-25 degrees Celsius



    Time Difference

    GMT + 9 hours


    Yes, for stays beyond 15 days.  Countries with visa exemption can be found http://english.tour2korea.com/.


    Won (KRW).  Major credit cards are accepted at large establishments.

    Value-Added Tax (VAT) is levied on most goods and services at a standard rate of 10% and is always included in the retail price or the bill.


    Tipping is not customary in Korea.  High-end restaurants and luxury hotels may include a 10% service charge onto the bill.


    Seoul is well-loved for its shopping havens, particularly those at Insadong, Myeong-dong, Namdaemun Market, Dongdaemun Market and Itaewon. Favourite buys include hand-tailored clothes, sweaters (plain, embroidered or beaded), silks, brocades, handbags, leatherwork, gold jewellery, topaz, amethyst, amber, jade and silver, ginseng, paintings, costume dolls, musical instruments, brassware, lacquer ware, wood carvings, baskets, scrolls and screens. Prices are fixed in department stores, but may be negotiated at arcades and markets. Major cities have duty-free shops for foreigners, where tourists can make purchase using foreign currency with proof of a valid passport.

    Business Hours

    Banks and Government offices:
    In general, banks open from 09:00 to 17:00 hours Mondays to Fridays, and till 18:00 hours for government offices. Closed on Saturdays.

    Most offices open from 09:00 to 18:00 hours Mondays to Fridays, and 09:00 to 13:00 hours on Saturdays

    Shops (hours vary):
    Shops generally open daily from 10:30 to 20:00 hours Mondays to Sundays.

    Telephone Network

    IDD is available in Seoul and other major cities. The country code is 82, while outgoing international code is either 001 or 002.

    GSM 1800 and 900 cellular networks are also in use. SK Telecom is the main network provider (website: http://www.sktelecom.com/).


    There are many hospitals where basic English is spoken. If medical attention is required, international clinics at large general hospitals like Severance Hospital, Asan Medical Centre or Samsung Medical Centre are recommended.


    In Korea, 220 volt outlets are most common.

    Public Holidays

    New Year’s Day; Seollal (Lunar New Year), Independence Movement Day; Buddha’s Birthday; Children’s Day; Memorial Day; Liberation Day; National Foundation Day; Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) and Christmas.