Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells, Jingle all the way! Christmas carols, bright night lights, Gingerbread-men cooking scents, returning to a warm home after a walk in cold Seoul, lighting the Christmas tree and waiting…
We wish you a Merry Christmas!
Last week, we discovered another fantastic cultural venue – that is worth visiting during this cold season and would even be a strong contender entry to our Top 10 Seoul Indoor Activities for Kids…
In case you missed our post, the Seoul Olympic Museum of Art is just the right size to visit in family and is exciting for kids of all ages! Weather permitting visit of exhibitions can easily combine with a walk in Olympic Park.
Tidbits & Reminders from recent news:
- Ice Skating at Seoul Plaza Rink until Feb 23
- Snow Sledding Field at Korean Children’s Center (next to Children’s Grand Park) until Feb 23
- VisitKorea.Kr just posted a great list of Winter Festivals 2013 – worth checking out
- “The Nutcracker” will return to the stage this yuletide season, performed by the Universal Ballet Company. They will perform the Mariinsky Theatre version of the dance production with choreography by Russian Choreographer Vasili Vainonen, which features a grand composition spiced with a hint of moderate Korean twists. It is a perfect Christmas gift for your loved ones. Each day features two sessions starting in the late afternoon and evening, respectively.
VENUE: Universal Arts Center
PERIOD: Dec 20–31
ADMISSION: KRW 10,000-100,000
MORE INFO: T.070-7124-1740, www.uac.co.kr
GETTING THERE: Achasan station 아차산역 (Line 5) Exit 4
We keep our Christmas Top 10 List, updated so make sure to check from time to time.
Stay Warm and Have a great week! 😉
Bonus: “Frosty the Snowman” for the Christmas feel!