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Welcome to Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul

Located within the Jongno district in central Seoul , Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul is set in a precinct enriched with five millennia of Korean cultural heritage and historical significance.  Home to prominent shrines, royal administrative buildings and popular attractions, the district is also the headquarters of many notable Korean conglomerates.

The vicinity of Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul, Insadong-gil, is widely visited by both locals and foreigners, including foreign dignitaries, who love to trace the city’s past and present with its many museums, galleries and bookstores.   The art scene is as buoyant as the commercial scene for its sightseeing, shopping, tea houses and street foods.  

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Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul offers 213 fully-furnished Gold-Standard suites  ranging from one-bedrooms to four-bedrooms and penthouses.  Featuring sophisticated design, facilities and amenities, complemented by an outstanding location, Fraser Suites Insadong, Seoul is ideal for both business and leisure travellers looking for serviced apartments in Seoul.


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Explore along the street which connects you to a network of alleys with galleries, tea shops, shopping malls, bookstores and handicraft shops, or if you’d like, simply stop by to enjoy a pansori, or the Korean musical storytelling that originated in the 17th century, amongst other street performances.

Seoul Metropolitan Library

Built in 1926, the former Seoul City Hall reopened its doors as the city's main public library following a restoration which brought the building's facade back to glory.

N Seoul Tower

Surrounded by mountains, N Seoul Tower is a much-loved landmark in Seoul for its multi-colored digital art projection, digital observatory, roof terrace and great restaurants. 

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung, located at the heart of Seoul (then known as Hanyang) and being its first royal palace, represented the sovereignty of the Joseon Dynasty.

Royal Guards at Deoksugung Palace

The traditional ceremony takes place three times a day in front of Daehanmun, the main gate of Deoksugung Palace at 10:30, 14:00 and 15:30 hours (except Mondays).

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.

Namdaemun Market

with over 10,000 stores, is the place to go if you are looking for anything local and traditional or imported and modern. 

Dongdaemun Shopping Complex

As a major trading centre to Korea’s fabric industry, promises finds of various fabric types, fashion materials and accessories at reasonable prices.

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 Suites Insadong Seoul

18 Insadong 4-Gil, Jongno-Gu,
Seoul, Korea 110-320
Tel: +82 2 6262 8888 | Fax: +82 2 6262 8383
Email: sales.seoul@frasershospitality.com

18 Insadong 4-Gil, Jongno-Gu,
Seoul, Korea 110-320
Tel: +82 2 6262 8888 | Fax: +82 2 6262 8383
Email: sales.seoul@frasershospitality.