Summer doesn’t start until June 21st, but doesn’t it feel like it’s already here? The weather has been harsh for a long time, with long hot days. And based on recent trends in air travel and hotels, it’s clear that people are eager to get back to the joys of travel and exploring the world with ease.
One trend that has been noticed is how people are replacing tried-and-true places with smaller, more predictable places. This is where Seoul enters the picture. Although the world has long been aware of its cultural exports, from pop music to food, it wasn’t until recently that people began to look to South Korea’s capital as a popular destination – a metropolis that offers endless fun and a compelling mix. . old and new.
So if you want to visit Seoul in the coming months, and you want a place to stay, you should check out the Four Seasons Hotel Seoul. Here are three reasons.
An Endless Beauty Package
Offered until June 30, the Timeless Beauty Package is an exclusive collaboration with popular Korean skin care brand The History of Whoo that offers unique ways to achieve optimal health and Korean culture. Available in only 100 rooms and suites, this package includes an extravagant The History of Whoo Hwanyu Imperial Youth Discovery Kit-a part showing the promotion company of the Gongjinbidan complex is valued at $375 USD, and is waiting for you at your place of residence – promoting and promoting 40 minutes of Whoo Hwanyu face with access to a Korean sauna, a daily breakfast buffet at The Market Kitchen, and multiple trips to two of Seoul’s most famous landmarks: Gyeongbokgung Palace and ChangDeokgung Palace, both within easy reach. walking distance.
When the sun goes down, head to Oul, a fun bar that celebrates Korean drinking culture, and order one of three Whoo Libations (Royal Spritz, Whoo’s Club, Wolfberry Mojito mocktail) to receive a complimentary portion of Hwanyu Imperial Youth First Serum and an easy-to-travel tote made from nobang, a silk organza often used to make hanboks.
Garden Terrace Re-opens in Summer
Newly opened for the season, the Garden Terrace entertainment area is once again ready to welcome hotel guests and acquaintances. While the previous two chapters have been very confusing – the season opener, for example, focused on the concept of burgers and beer – this summer is full of high life. Guests can combine flutes of Ruinart’s Rosé and Blanc de Blancs Champagnes with elegant cocktails featuring long-stemmed lobsters finished with lobster bisque sauce, fragrant truffles made with premium Hanwoo beef, and zippy ceviche. Plus, the bustling, glittering Seoul at night makes for a great photo op.
Best Bingsu in Seoul
One of the best ways to get relief from the hot summer in Seoul is to eat bingsu. Although daily recipes made with shaved ice, curdled milk, sweet red beans, fruit, and sorghum have a slow beginning—it began during the Joseon Dynasty as a way to cool off the heat—all these varieties have spread throughout the city. luxury hotels today are deliberately extravagant in what the locals see as a friendly bingsu battle. It’s hard to top the appeal (or price) of the Four Seasons’ Jeju Apple Mango Bingsu at Maru. Costing 126,000 KRW (about $95 USD) and a feast for the eyes and the mouth, this ripe mango ice cream from Jeju Island, is layered with sweet mango compote, tangy passion fruit pâte, and creamy vanilla marshmallow finished with hot jelly. Even better? You can customize each bite with mango sorbet, white chocolate pearls, and edible flowers.
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