Korea’s only ghost tour! This is the side of Seoul that you wont find in the tourism brochures. Take a tour down the dark alleys of Seoul’s forgotten 600-year history of bloody massacres, seedy hideaways and mourning ghosts. Self-proclaimed clairvoyants on the tour have reported a few sightings, including a little girl who has been seen following the group around. This is not only a ghost tour, but a walk unearthing Seoul’s murky and violent past, making the city much more interesting and intimate. Guests also receive an online map of all the haunts, murder sites, and torture chambers mentioned on the tour.
Go to the same Korean BBQ restaurant featured on “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown” on this classic Korean night out of BBQ and drinks. Spend a lively evening with a Korean food expert to learn about Korean BBQ and drinking etiquette, and then experience traditional and trendy alcoholic drinks in an energetic classic pub filled with Koreans from all walks of life. You will also explore a market famous for its pigs feet and a colorful market selling savory pancakes and tempura made from most anything under the sun. Make sure to bring your camera, but don’t lose it, or they may fry it. This is the most intense way to immerse yourself in Korean food culture.
Chicken and beer is somewhat of a ritual in Korea. On this tour, you and your small group will go on a pub crawl to three chicken and beer stops covering the gamut of what Koreans call “chimaek.” You will gorge on various types of chicken ranging from the rustic, barbecue style to trendy, more modern styles. Your tour guide will teach you the Korean drinking etiquette and give you a crash course on the chicken and beer history, culture, and how to find the best restaurants.
This 4-hour coach tour offers a wonderful overview of some of the best sights in Seoul. This is a family friendly tour which will engage the youngest to oldest family member. Tour highlights include: Grevin Seoul Museum – France’s famous beeswax museum, Seoul City Hall – a Renaissance-style stone building, and Hwangudan Altar.
55 miles from Seoul, Eurwangni Beach is a great beach trip destination while in Korea. Enjoy picture perfect water views on this white sand beach. There are many activities to choose from that are also family friendly. Enjoy a relaxing stroll on the beach, rent a boat, go swimming or just watch the ocean waves – you will not be disappointed either way. This day trip also includes a traditional lunch.
If you’re a fan of Korean K-Pop, K-Dramas, K-Fashion, Cosmetics and more we have designed a ultra special tour for you. This 8-hour tour gives you the ultimate K-Pop experience as you visit the best K-Pop spots in Seoul including K-Star Road, SM Entertainment, JYP Entertainment, Gangnam Tourist, Information Center, SM TOWN Atrium and MBC Contents World. Lunch is also included in tour.
Pair an art gallery with a dash of whimsy, and you get the Trick Eye Museum in Seoul. Inspired by the visual art technique of ‘trompe l’oeil, the museum features paintings that give each 2D-piece a 3D-illusion. Step into or beside the art, and snap photos that have you popping out of the portrait or mural. Then, freeze boredom out of your life inside the Ice Museum, part of Trick Eye, and discover rooms made entirely of ice. Post your amusing and bizarre pics on social media and watch the thumbs-up numbers climb.
Our Korean Folk Village is one hour drive away from Seoul. Guests visit here will offer a great opportunity to explore the Korean traditional lifestyle. Included in the visit is a performance of rural Koreans dancing, a mock Korean wedding ceremony and a horse riding show. Visitors can experience the natural atmosphere with over 260 traditional houses reminiscent of the late Joseon Dynasty, including various household goods from different regions.
This afternoon tour is designed for guests to enjoy the panoramic view in Seoul from the apex of Namsan Mt. It was from this mountain top that Korean Kings conducted a ritual ceremony to the deities to insure a prosperous dynasty. At the base of the mountain we’ll find and visit Namsan Hanok Village, and gain some more understanding how ancient Koreans lived. Near by is Namdaemun Market, one of the largest open markets in Seoul. Literally everything is available here, but you can always find good deals if you looking for clothes, shoes, glasses and even bags. The market is open until midnight. Retailers never sleep in Korea.
If you experience to see traditional residence in downtown, we recomend you to choose this tour. Surrounded by Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace and Jongmyo Shrine, Buckchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called ‘hanok’ that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. The name, ‘Buckchon,’ which literally translates to ‘northern village,’ came about as the neighborhoods that the village covers lie to the north of the two significant Seoul landmarks, Cheonggyecheon Stream and Jongno. Today, many of these hanoks operate as cultural centers, guesthouses, restaurants and tea houses, providing an opportunity to experience, learn and immerse in Korean traditional culture.