The Jagalchi Fish Market in Busan, and the Secret Garden at Changdeokgung Palace in Seoul.
The 78-acre gardens found within Changdeokgung Palace were once the refuge of the Korean royal family.
The gardens are full of spots where the royals played drinking games. For example, a floating object would be sent around this curve, and by the time it reached a certain spot the player had to recite a rhyme or complete a tongue-twister. Failure to do so meant having another drink.
This is a paddy field in miniature. Whoever was king kept it himself, so that he could tell how his subjects were faring in their rice harvest each year.