If youre looking for the perfect tour with a combination of Korean culture, shopping, and food, this is the tour you want to book. Your day begins with a tour of Myeongdong, a hub of commerce, banking and culture. Myeongdong is also the must see place for premiere shopping in Seoul. Many brand name shops and department stores line the streets and alleys. Listed as the ninth most expensive shopping street in the world. Travelers will also find in Myeongdong mid-to-high priced retail stores and international brand outlets. You can also find department stores which carry many premium labels and other fashionable goods at reasonable prices. Included in tour youll enjoy a delicious traditional Korean lunch.
Go shopping at three of Seouls best shopping areas with a helpful guide on this full-day coach tour. From the upscale Gangnam district to the more traditional Namdaemun Market to the popular Myeongdong district, you’ll have your fill of clothes, accessories, cosmetics, shoes, housewares, electronics and more. Your guide knows each location well and can help you find the shops that are most suited to your interests and budget. Lunch is included.
Experience modern-day Seoul on a 3-night tour of the South Korean capital! Your fun-filled itinerary includes trips to primary shopping districts, such as Myeong-dong and Paju Premium Outlets. You’ll see fascinating cultural exhibits at the Teddy Bear Museum, Samsung d’light and the K-star Gallery at Korean Wave (Hallyu) Hall. Taste Korean specialties like chicken ginseng soup at Tosokchon restaurant and view the city from N Seoul Tower (Namsan Tower). Upgrade your tour to include the Nanta show (also known as Cookin’), a non-verbal comedic performance that incorporates traditional Korean percussive rhythms.
Get ready to shop until you drop on this full day tour of Seoul’s premier shopping districts! You’ll hit three different districts – Paju, Dongdaemun and Myeongdong – with an expert guide to show you around the enormous malls filled with handbags, clothing, electronics, cosmetics and more. Come home with fabulous finds at great prices!
This 10-hour day trip combines two of the biggest staples in Korean culture Korean drama and shopping. You will visit the suburbs of Yongin to see the famous Daejanggume Park, the largest historical drama set, built to recreate the culture of ancient times. After your K-drama tour, enjoy shopping at the famous Lotte Outlet in Icheon where hundreds of famous fashion brands and many cosmetic shops are located all in one place!
This 4-hour afternoon tour takes you to the most essential shopping area in Seoul. This tour includes Dongdaemun Market where you find Dongdaemun Design Plaza, a major architecture landmark in Seoul, and the most beloved shopping mall, Doosan Tower. After shopping at Dongdaemun, you will head to Gwangjang market, which is well-known for very exotic Korean street food vendors. Your final destination is Jungu where you can visit Namdaemun open market and the Korea Duty Free shop.
This full day shopping tour brings you to two of the most popular shopping areas just outside of Seoul. Visit Gimpo Lotte Mall, Koreas first and largest lifestyle shopping complex with shops, hotel and entertainment facilities all in one place. Right across from Lotte Mall is the Hyundai Premium Outlet, whichsells many high-end products for reasonable prices.
If you’re fond of K-pop and you want to walk on the path of your favorite stars, then this tour is made for you. Come and discover the “Hallyu” also known as “the Korean wave”. Take a walk around the famous Gangnam neigborhood and its underground shopping mall. Enjoy the fashionable and artistic street of Garosu-gil with its cute coffee shops and designer stores. Discover your idols’ favorite places, including the SM Town COEX Artium.
The Myeongdong shopping area is very famous for Koreans and foreigners. Here, you can find the latest trends and fashionable clothes, popular restaurants and new cosmetics. The Dongtaemun district is also very famous as a night shopping center. People call this area as the part of Seoul that never sleeps because some department stores are open until 5am. Street food is very popular in Korea. Koreans like to have some street food and drinks with friends for dinner or dessert. The Gwangjang Market is one of the biggest traditional markets with Korean street food. Korean locals usually come out with coworkers to have dinner and have a drink of Makkuli (traditional rice alcohol) in the Gwangjang Market.
This tour allows you to experience both historic and modern aspects of Seoul. You will have a chance to see the royal guard changing ceremony, see the prestigious Cheongwadae(The Blue House), visit Gyeongbokgung Palace and stop at the heart of downtown Seoul for some amazing shopping.