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  1. Names of Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › Names_of_Seoul

    Etymology of "Seoul" Seoul is a rendering of the Korean word “seo'ul” (서울), pronounced [səˈul].An etymological hypothesis presumes that the origin of the native word “seo'ul” derives from the native name Seorabeol (Korean: 서라벌; Hanja: 徐羅伐), which originally referred to Gyeongju, the capital of Silla, then called Geumseong (금성; 金城).

  2. Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › Seoul

    Seoul (/ s oʊ l /, like soul; Korean: 서울 (); lit. 'Capital'), officially the Seoul Special City, is the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea. Seoul has a population of 9.7 million people, and forms the heart of the Seoul Capital Area with the surrounding Incheon metropolis and Gyeonggi province.

  3. List of districts of Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_districts_of_Seoul

    Despite its name (Large East Gate), Dongdaemun district does not include the East gate of Seoul, also known as Dongdaemun (and by its official name Heunginjimun). Incorportated into Seoul in 1936, the heart of the district is Cheongnyangni station , one of the main train stations in Seoul, built in 1911.

    Population density
    Dobong-gu (도봉구; 道 峰 區 )
    20.70 km²
    Dongdaemun-gu (동대문구;
    14.21 km²
    Dongjak-gu (동작구; 銅 雀 區 )
    16.35 km²
    Eunpyeong-gu (은평구; 恩 平 區 )
    29.70 km²
  4. Seoul - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia › wiki › Seoul

    Seoul has been known in past by the names Wirye-seong (위례성), Hanju (한주), Namgyeong (남영), Hanseong (한성), Hanyang (한양), Gyeongseong (경성). It’s current name comes from the Korean word meaning “capital city.” The name Seoul is thought to come from the Seorabeol (서라벌) which is Gyeongju ’s old name.

  5. History of Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › History_of_Seoul

    For example, the Seoul Electric Company, Seoul Electric Trolley Company, and Seoul Fresh Spring Water Company were all joint Korean-American owned enterprises. In 1904, an American by the name of Angus Hamilton visited the city and said, "The streets of Seoul are magnificent, spacious, clean, admirably made and well-drained.

  6. List of tallest buildings in Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › List_of_tallest_buildings

    This list of tallest buildings in Seoul ranks skyscrapers in the South Korean capital city of Seoul by height. The tallest in the city is currently the 555m (1,821ft) Lotte World Tower with 123 floors.

    Height m ( ft)
    555 m (1,821 ft)
    333 m (1,093 ft)
    284 m (932 ft)
    Samsung Tower Palace 3 Tower G
    264 m (866 ft)
  7. Mayor of Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › Seoul_mayor

    Many Seoul mayors have gone on to hold higher office. Yun Bo-seon and Lee Myung-bak both went on to become President of the Republic of Korea . The incumbent acting mayor is Seo Jung-hyup , who assumed office on July 10, 2020, after the disappearance and death of the previous mayor, Park Won-soon .

  8. FC Seoul - Wikipedia › wiki › FC_Seoul

    FC Seoul had 20 wins, 2 draws, and 6 defeats in the domestic league under Vingada's management. FC Seoul recorded an attendance of 60,747 against Seongnam Ilhwa on May 5, 2010 at Seoul World Cup Stadium, which is the highest single-game attendance record in South Korean professional sports history.

  9. Seoul | national capital, South Korea | Britannica › place › Seoul

    The city was popularly called Seoul in Korean during both the Chosŏn (Yi) dynasty (1392–1910) and the period of Japanese rule (1910–45), although the official names in those periods were Hansŏng (Hanseong) and Kyŏngsŏng (Gyeongseong), respectively.

  10. Was Seoul always called Seoul? | Eugene is huge! › 2010/07/28 › seoul-the

    Jul 28, 2010 · You see, I live in a city called Seoul. It is unique in that it is a major place name in Korea that cannot be written in Chinese characters. Busan is 釜山 (“Cauldron Mountain”), Gwangju is 光州 (“Light State”), and Pyongyang is 平壌 (“Peace Land”). Seoul, on the other hand can only be written in Hangeul, or phonetically.

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