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The premier international airport of Texas, Dallas/Ft Worth International (DFW) is easily accessible from I-35E, I-635 or I-30. If you prefer public transportation, DART and TRE both provide direct routes to the airport. When traveling to Seoul (Incheon) (ICN), nonstop flights usually last for about thirteen-and-a-half hours. Once you arrive at Incheon, you can drive 110 or 130 into the heart of Seoul, with a variety of buses, taxis and limousines available on the first floor of the terminal, if you don’t want to rent a car.
The beautiful Gyeongbak Palace is the most famous palace in Korea and offers regular English-speaking tours. Another unique historical location is Bukchon Village, a picturesque town with hanok; traditional wooden homes. Outdoorsy types will love Bukhansan National Park, with hiking trails that take you past temples and ancient fortresses. Bargain hounds will enjoy Dongdaemun Market, a shopping district spanning ten blocks, while lovers of Eastern philosophy should check out Jongmyo Shrine, one of the oldest Confucian shrines in the world.
Temperatures in Seoul are similar to those in Middle American states, with average winter highs in the 30s and average summer highs in the 80s. Typhoon season lasts from July to September; schedule around it if you want to stay dry. Print a subway map to bring with you; Seoul's subway system is excellent for navigating the city. Accommodations range from luxury hotels to inexpensive hostels.