It is a city full of rich cultural diversity of Korea, and from ancient palaces to attractive neighborhoods, enjoy eternal beauty in this vibrant city. Learn more about Changdeokgung Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the alleys of the historic Bukchon Village. You can experience cultural diversity and make memorable memories for a long time by falling in love with Seoul.
Gyeongbukgung Palace is one of the representative palaces in Seoul with more than 600 years of history, boasting the largest scale and architectural beauty. During the Japanese Invasion of Korea, many building in Gyeongbukgung Palace were burned down, so it underwent restoration. However, during the Japanese colonial period, 90 percent of Gyeongbokgung Palace disappeared. But Gyeonghoeru and Hyangwonjeong pond, representative structures of the Joseon Dynasty, remain intact, and the woldae and statues of Geungjeong hall represent the sculptural art of that time, making it the No.1 tourist destination. Although it has a painful history of many buildings demaged by fire and forces, it is well preserving the value of Gyeongbukgung Palace through continous restoration work.
※ Tuesday is a holiday at Gyeongbokgung Palace and it will be replaced by Deoksugung Palace.
Naional Folk Museum
National Folk Museum is a representative life history museum in Korea that shows folk culture of Korea as it studies, preserves, and exhibits life from the ancestors to our daily lives today. It is one of the easiest places to explain Korean history and culture to foreigners.
Gwangjang Market, famous for serving a variety of foods, including traditional Korean street food and snacks. And it is a historical market located in Seoul, Korea.
Namsan Hanok Village
Namsangol Hanok Village, a representative traditional culture space in downtown Seoul, was built by relocating five Hanoks from the Joseon Dynasty.
N Seoul Tower
Namsan Seoul Tower, a representative trademark of Korea.
09:00 Hotel Pick up
09:30 Gyeongbokgung Palace
10:00 Natioanl Folk Museum
11:30 The Blue House
13:30 Gwangjang Market
5:00 Namsan Hanok Village
16:30 N Seoul Tower
Number of Minimum/Maximum Pax
2 people / 10 people