Bugak Palgakjeong Pavilion
Bugak Palgakjeong Pavilion is a tourist road that stretches over 10 kilometers along the ridges of Bugaksan Mountain all the way into Jahamun Gate and Jeongneung Arirang Pass. Palgakjeong Pavilion, situated at the center of the road at an altitude of 342 meters, is a hanok type pavilion spanning over 652 meters that retains the beauty of traditional Korean architecture. A tourist destination in downtown Seoul, the pavilion is beautiful during all four seasons and is especially famous for its night view. Visitors can also enjoy the traditional yard, observatory, shelter, observatory deck and trails in addition to the indoor café, convenience store and restaurants.
Address: 267, Bugaksan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul-si
Exit 3, Gyeongbokgung Station, Subway Line 3 → Bus nos. 0212, 1030, or 7022 → Get off at Jahamun (Changuimun) Pass Stop → Entrance to Bugaksan Trail (Changuimun) → Bugak Palgakjeong Pavilion (Approx. 3km, 50 minutes required)
* Gwanghwamun → Changuimun Trail → Bugak Skyway → Palgakjeong Pavilion (Approx. 10㎞)
* Samcheong-dong → Bugak Golf Course → Bugak Skyway → Palgakjeong Pavilion (Approx. 10㎞)
* Donam-dong → Arirang Pass → Bugak Skyway → Palgakjeong Pavilion (Approx. 10㎞)