The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) lies on the border between North and South Korea, and visiting outside of a guided tour is not allowed. On this tour, explore the DMZ with your guide and gain insight into Korean War history. Take in sites of interest including the 3rd Tunnel and the Dora Observatory in safety, with entrance fees plus pickup and drop-off in central Seoul included.
Experience the DMZ without the unnecessary shopping excursions on a morning tour from Seoul. Thanks to courtesy transportation starting from your hotel, there’s no need to rush to a meeting point first thing in the morning. Enjoy an in depth guided tour at the DMZ with visits to Management Center, Freedom Bridge, and third tunnel. End the tour at City Hall or Itaewon in Seoul, ready to continue your day of sightseeing.
THIS TOUR IS DIFFERENT THAN OTHER TOURS! I focus on food and drinks. The main focus is drinking at each spot while we eat some outstanding food. I provide 5 hour tours. I will be taking you around the neighborhood that has the best food in Seoul, HANDS DOWN! There are tiny alleys that even Koreans don't know about! I have taken many people around here including my native Korean friends and they will agree that it is the best of the best! I promise you won't be disappointed in this tour. Just make sure to bring a huge appetite since we will be trying a ton of dishes!
I do not take you to places that you will be able to find on google or are commercialized. I take you to places you would typically not be able to go to on your own.
Immerse yourself in Korean culture and enjoy an authentic home-cooking experience with a local chef at her home. Enjoy a guided visit to the local market to purchase fresh ingredients, sample tasty street food snacks, and learn about typical herbs and spices. Then, get hands-on as you create a selection of popular Korean dishes and master traditional cooking techniques. Finally sit down to enjoy a ‘Hanjeongsik’ dinner including your homemade dishes, along with additional side dishes and dessert.
Immerse yourself in the culinary and drinking culture of Seoul's historic Jongro District on this evening walking tour. Follow a guide to three different local restaurants to try traditional dishes such as chicken stew, Budaejjigae, pancakes, and Korean barbecue. Learn about the traditional foods served here, as well as the history of the district, through the guide's in-depth commentary. Limited to a small group of 10 people or fewer, this tour provides personalized attention and an intimate atmosphere.
Discover the South Korean capital’s rich culinary heritage on this 3-hour Korean BBQ, pub and market tour in Seoul. Follow your guide through Seoul’s Mapo district, famous for its traditional Korean BBQ restaurants. Enjoy speciality dishes such as charcoal-grilled pork and aged kimchi, and soak up the vibrant atmosphere for which South Korean restaurants are famous. Explore Jeon Market, where locals buy pigs’ feet for traditional recipes at home. Then, visit a traditional pub to enjoy a drink and learn about South Korea’s drinking rituals and culture.
Over the years, Seoul has developed into one of the most modern cities in the world. Through this change, Koreans have remained passionate about their work, food, and history. We'll show you some of the most loved foods and beautiful landscapes our city has to offer. We will take you through hidden alleyways and quaint backstreets home to secret foodie gems, and share little tips and tricks along the way that you'll be able to use on the rest of your trip.
Enjoy the city to the max and hear more about the origin, history, and culture of Seoul but in a local way. See and touch Seoul's history at the Gyeongbokgung Palace where you can witness the famous changing of the guard ceremony and spot Mount Bugaksan from afar.
Follow your local host through Seoul’s districts and neighborhoods. Explore the historic Bukchon Hanok Village with its array of traditionally designed hanok buildings. Stroll through the cool Ikseon-dong district and get lost in its charming narrow alleys. And step into the beautiful Jogyesa Temple to soak in its zen Buddhist ambiance.
Feeling hungry? Why not some treats! Pop into Gwangjang Food Market, much loved by locals, and get a taste of traditional Korean street food snacks. A local specialty is bindae-tteok, so give it a taste!
The local hosts are natural storytellers, with different backgrounds ranging from arts to history. They can’t wait to share their stories and personal anecdotes with you!
Experience the DMZ in style with your own personal guide and door-to-door round-trip private transfers to Imjingak Park. See the Freedom Bridge; look over North Korea from Dora Observatory; explore the Third Tunnel of Aggression, dug under the border by North Korean forces; visit Dorasan Station; and tour Unification Village. Ask your guide as many questions as you like along the way.
Spend a morning in Seoul visiting highlights including Jogyesa Temple, Gyeongbokgung Palace, and the National Folk Museum. You'll also stop for photo ops outside the Presindential Blue House (Cheong Wa Dae) and Gwanghwamun Gate during the changing of the guards. Your 3.5-hour tour includes transportation, entrance fees, guide, and hotel pickup. You will be dropped off at either City Hall or Insadong.
Maximize every moment of your Korea vacation with a private 6-hour tour from Seoul to the DMZ. Comfortable transportation takes you (and your luggage) from your city hotel to the border between the two Koreas. Visit the Dora Observatory, walk through the third tunnel, and more. Once the sightseeing is complete, relax in swift transfer to the Incheon Airport in time for your departing flight.
With fresh ingredients, strong flavors, and traditional recipes dating back down the centuries, cuisine is a huge part of Korean culture. On this Seoul walking tour, follow your guide through Namdaemun Market and delve into the city’s vibrant food scene. Explore historic neighbourhoods off the beaten trail, sample the dishes the locals love, and sit down to a delicious meal at a Korean barbecue restaurant.
Admire South Korea’s palace architecture and learn of life in the country’s capital on this 3-hour Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukchon Hanok Village walking tour. Stroll to Gwanghwamun Gate and visit Gyeongbokgung Palace. Listen as your guide details Joseon Dynasty history and admire traditional construction techniques. Visit the National Folk Museum of Korea and discover over 98,000 artifacts detailing South Korea’s history. Head between Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace to Bukchon Hanok Village. Peer inside traditional houses and learn about Korean lifestyles from the past to the prefect day.
Korean Folk Village (KFV) was created with a view to presenting the national culture to local and international tourists.
KFV is composed of real houses relocated and reconstructed from different parts of the country, thus enacting the culture in daily life through four seasons based on thorough historical verification and consultation.
You can enjoy some traditional events such as Farmer's Music & Dance KFV’s Leading Performance Depicting the National People’s Spirit and Joy, Equestrian Feats as a performance that presents the essence of the horseback, Pious Rites of Passage Imbued with Traditional style.
KFV has since its foundation in 1974 been loved as a tourist destination that provides vivid cultural experience as well as traditional culture set in beautiful nature. Come and join in witnessing in the traditional culture cherished by KFV the value that it continues to create in experiencing past and present and opening up future.
Gangnam is a new development area in Seoul that has been developed since the 1970s, and is the most stylish district combined with the past and present of Seoul. Gangnam offers stylish boutiques, trendy bars, fancy restaurants, top brand shops and old Buddhist temples, Royal tombs of Joseon dynasty. Through Gangnam - Highlight City Tour in Seoul, you meet the past and state-of-the-art, highly developed Seoul together. Our experienced tour guide leads you to the wonder of Gangnam. Also, we will have a popular Jinseng Chicken Soup for lunch at a popular restaurant which local people prefer.
- Bongeunsa Temple
- COEX mall
- SMTOWN for K-pop
- Seolleung and Jeongneung Royal Tombs(UNESCO World heritage)
- SAMSUNG D'light
- Gangnam youth's hangout
- Traditional Korean Food
Discover some of the South Korean capital’s top attractions on this half-day Seoul tour, including Seoul Tower, Namsan Hanok Village and the War Memorial of Korea. Travel with your guide to the Seoul Tower on Mt Namsan. Take the elevator to the top for panoramic views over the high-rise city skyline. Explore Namsangol Hanok Village and admire faithful recreations of traditional Korean homes from the days of the Joseon Dynasty. Visit the War Memorial of Korea and learn of the hardship and struggles faced during the Korean War.
Visit two of Seoul's UNESCO World Heritage sites—Jongmyo Shrine and the Changdeokgung Palace Complex—on this half-day tour. Learn from a guide about Korea's cultural heritage, starting with a tour of Bukchon Hanok Village, which features traditional homes dating back to the Joseon Dynasty of the 14th century. Finish your tour with drop-off in Myeongdong.
Dive headfirst into Korean culture on an introductory sightseeing tour designed to kickstart your time in Seoul. The itinerary of this private tour, which promises the undivided attention and insider knowledge of your guide, can be customized according to your interests and reveals both the capital city’s top attractions and hidden gems. Plus, taking this tour at the start of your vacation means you’ll get tailored recommendations to last your entire trip.
Visit the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) during your stay in Seoul on this half-day tour. A border zone that separates North Korea and South Korea, the DMZ presents the chance to learn a bit about the history of conflict between the two countries. You can enter one of the tunnels and visit Dora Observatory, where you can look at North Korea through a telescope, depending on the weather.
Please note: the DMZ is currently closed and an alternative tour to Ganghwa Peace Observatory, Veterans Memorial Park, Imjingak, and Art Space BEAT 131 is offered.
Explore top Seoul attractions including Gyeongbokgung Palace and Jogyesa Temple on this 3.5-hour Korean palace and temple tour in Seoul. Travel through Seoul by comfortable, air-conditioned vehicle with your guide. Gain insight into Joseon-era history at Gyeongbokgung Palace, once home to the Korean royal family, and explore the palace compound on foot. Visit the National Folk Museum and learn how life used to be before Korea’s rapid modernization. Then, visit the Jogyesa Temple and enjoy an authentic insight into life as a Zen Buddhist in South Korea’s bustling capital.
Korean drama fans and amateur historians alike will delight in a half-day tour to Dae Jang Geum Park. The tour is also a great option for independent travelers who want to maximize their limited time in Korea. Round-trip transportation from Lotte Hotel in Seoul makes your journey to the park comfortable and stress-free. Enjoy a full two and a half hours to explore the replica traditional houses and television filming locations at your own pace.
After sunset, neon lights and street vendors bring Seoul to life. See the best of South Korea’s capital without having to worry about navigating after dark on a private evening tour that includes a Korean barbecue meal. You’ll visit N Seoul Tower and Naksan Park when they’re least-crowded, and overcome the language barrier with your private guide.
Gain insight into Korea’s royal and political history on a morning tour of Seoul. Travel by coach with an informative guide to Cheongwadae Sarangchae, where you’ll tour the Korea Exhibition Center and Presidential Center. Explore the 14th-century Gyeongbokgung Palace — of the Five Grand Palaces — and its National Folk Museum, then visit Jogyesa Temple and the National Ginseng Outlet.