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.
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.
Explore Seoul’s city center on this guided afternoon walking tour. Enjoy the fascinating architecture at Deoksugung Palace, walk along Deoksugung Palace’s old stone wall to observe the historic Jeongdong-gil neighborhood. Visit the Seoul Museum of History and finish your tour at JeongDong theater with a viewing of a traditional Korean performance, ‘YOULL.’
Enjoy a new experience by having a day in a Buddhist temple and learn about Korean Buddhist culture through direct contact with Korean Buddhists. Almost all temples are located deep in the mountains, so most enthusiasts usually have to go to remote areas to experience Korean Buddhism. However, the Myogaksa Temple is located in the heart of Seoul. At the temple, you will learn about traditional Korean Buddhist culture by making prayer beads, practicing Seon Meditation and enjoying a Dado (tea ceremony). This experience will allow you to recharge your body and soul.
Half Day Seoul City Tour. Only 3 hours for tour, but we will visit the most top attraction Gyeongbok Palace, National Folk Museum, Blue House, Jogyesa Buddhist Temple with the knowledgeable tour guide and comfortable transportation. Enjoy your morning in Korea with Seoul City Tour!
Visit the Korean Folk Village on this afternoon half-day trip from Seoul. The village, located an hour away from Seoul in Yongin, houses many ancient artifacts of Korean culture. Explore the village with your your guide, get taken back in time to ancient Korea and learn about Korean culture on this fascinating tour.
In this 2-hour beginners class, learn basic taekwondo one of Koreas traditional sports and a national martial art that has been an Olympic event since 2000. A black belt instructor trains you on simple movements for attack and defense, and teaches you how to discipline the mind. After some practice kicking a target, youll have a try at breaking a board and walk away with a certificate in hand.
See the standout sights of South Korea on an action-packed 5-day tour! With a guide, travel counterclockwise around the country from Seoul, stopping at must-see cities like Yeosu and Busan to visit monuments, plantations, markets, preserved folk villages and more. Hear tales of bygone dynasties at historical sites such as Gongsanseong Fortress, discover the countryside at Mt Seorak National Park and learn about the future 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games. Four-star hotel accommodation is included.
Learn about Koreas divided history at the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) on a half-day tour, led by an informative guide. In the morning or afternoon, travel from Seoul to the DMZ, where the country has been split since the Korean War, to visit fascinating sites such as Imjingak Park, the Freedom bridge, the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel and the DMZ exhibition hall. At Dora Observatory, you can even peer through binoculars to observe village life in North Korea. Upgrade to include lunch or select a full-day itinerary that includes shopping at Insadong Antique Market.
On this 2-hour tour you will experience Korean traditional culture by learning the art of tea ceremony, making kimchi (a traditional side dish) and trying on a Hanbok or Korean traditional dress. In addition, you will learn some rules of Korean etiquette. Complete your tour with a visit to a duty free shop.