It is the best combination of tours to enjoy everywhere in Seoul including culture, history and shopping. You can look around major tourist spots such as Gyeongbukgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, The Blue House and Insa-dong, and listen to detailed and freindly explanations from professional guide. Isn't it a good opportunity to see all the tourist attractions where Korean traditional culture lives and learn about Korean history in detail? We highly recommend it to those who like learning and like detailed explanations.
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 Gyeongbukgung Palace disappeared. But Gyeonghoeru and Hyangwonjeong pond, representative structures of the Joseon Dynasty, remain intact, and the woldae and statues of Geunjeong 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 will be replaced by Deoksugung Palace.
National 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.
Enjoy a peaceful time at Jogyesa Temple, the center of Korean Buddhism.
Changdeokgung Palace is the only Korean palace listed as a World Heritage Site and is praised for its beautiful scenery and design. In particular, the garden which occupies half of Changdeokgung Palace, shows the beauty of traditional Korean gardens. Kings during the Joeseon Dynasty also calmed thier minds here.
※ Moday is a holiday at Changdeokgung Palace and it will be replaced by Bukchon Hanok Village.
Insadong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul, is a cultural space that foreign tourists particularly like, and there are many traditional craft shops, art galleries, museums, traditional tea houses, traditional restaurants and bars around Insa-dong main road, creating a unique mood taht cannot be seen anywhere else.
In addtion, all signs are written in Korean and there are more than tea shop than coffee shops, so it is popular as a unique dating course for foreigners and Koreans. Among them, Ssamgi-gil, a craft experience shopping mall, is always a popular cultural space for its unique architecture and various performances, experiences and cultural events.
Merchants have been the largest traditional market since they started opening stores near Namdaemun. Although each store has a small space, it consists of its own system.
09:00 Hotel Pick up
09:30 Jogyesa Temple
10:30 Gyeongbokgung Palace
11:30 National Folk Museum
13:00 Changdeokgung Palace
17:30 Namdaemun Market
Number of Minimum/Maximum pax
One person / 20 people