See the ancient and modern worlds of Korea happily coexist on a private 8-hour tour of Seoul. Round-trip transportation enables you to discover the city efficiently and avoid the confusion of navigating public transit in a foreign country. Join your guide as you travel back in time at Gyeongbokgung Palace and Namsangol Hanok Village. Shop for souvenirs at Insadong and Namdaemun Market and see the Korean capital from above at N Seoul Tower.
Immerse in the world of K-drama “Winter Sonata” on this small-group door-to-door day trip to pretty Namiseom (Nami) Island. Exploring in a group of maximum 11, learn about contemporary Korean culture from your guide as you travel and explore Nami. Along the way, enjoy a stop at Petite France, a slice of rural France translated into the Korean countryside, and savor an included lunch.
Join this privately led tour of Seoul and discover some of South Korea's renowned cultural gems. See the Royal Guard Changing Ceremony and tour Gyeongbokgung Palace; stroll around Bukchon Hanok Village and Insadong; and visit Jogyesa Temple and N Seoul Tower. The full-day itinerary will lead you through the ages, from ancient city to modern-day capital.
Experience Seoul and its surroundings your way on a private 8-hour tour. The world-famous DMZ, Nami Island, Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, and Everland Theme Park are just a few of the possible destinations for your custom excursion. Those staying close to the capital can enjoy a tour of the city’s top attractions. Wherever you go, private transportation from your hotel enables you to discover Korea comfortably and efficiently.
This full-day tour offers a comprehensive overview of Seoul and is an excellent choice for first-time visitors. Highlights include Gyeongbokgung Palace, Tongin Market, Insadong, Gwangjang Market, and Cheonggyecheon, a man-made eco-waterway built on the site of a former stream. You won’t go hungry on this tour—lunch and dinner are included.
Follow the invasion route of North Korean spy commandos on a private day trip to Korea’s fortified border, or Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), including a tour of the Joint Security Area (JSA). You’ll peek into JSA conference rooms at Panmunjom and visit the Freedom House and Bridge of No Return with a private guide at your side. Imagine the confrontation that took place when US and South Korean militaries joined forces against North Korean infiltrators! Your full-day tour includes lunch and hotel pickup from Seoul by private vehicle.
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.
Please be aware that this tour is adapted to the local regulations post Covid-19. Our hosts will deliver this experience with the required equipment always keeping the distance suggested by local authorities. It will be safe and entertaining!
Enjoy the city to the max and hear more about the origin, history, and culture. 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.
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!
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
Enjoy the undivided attention of your private guide on a 10-hour tour to the DMZ. Forget the headache large groups and discomfort of tour buses and relax in private round-trip transportation from your Seoul hotel. There’s no need to fuss over foreign language menus as lunch is provided at a local restaurant. In addition to the usual attractions, the comprehensive itinerary also includes visits to the third infiltration tunnel, Dora Observatory, and Dorasan Station.
Design the perfect personalized outing in Seoul and Gyeonggi during this fully-customizable, private tour. Pick only the attractions you want to see as you choose among highlights like Gyeongbokgung Palace, Noryangjin Fish Market, the DMZ and much more. Most visitors have time for 3-5 site visits and meal stops during their outing.
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.
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.
Seoul is considered among South Korea’s must-see cities, but beating the language barrier to explore solo can be a challenge. On this tour, leave the guidebook at home and explore South Korea’s bustling capital through the eyes of a local. Customize your itinerary to hit top attractions like Gyeongbokgung Palace or the N-Seoul Tower, or step off the beaten trail to corners of the city many visitors miss.
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.
Enhance your time in Seoul with a day trip to the Demilitarized Zone(DMZ) that separates North and South Korea.Take in the main highlights of the area and learn more about the history of Korea. Your local host will answer all of your questions and will provide you with historical insights and facts to help you make the most of your day.
On this private day trip,you’ll visit the 4km-wide DMZ and get the chance to peek into North Korea from the Eulji observatory. Check out the 'Punch Bowl', an area where soldiers from both countries fought hand-to-hand. You’ll also get to learn more about the tense history of the area while enjoying the sight of untouched natural beauty around.
Get a chance to explore the 4th Invasion Tunnel, located on one of the most strategic routes and built hundreds of meters underground. Please keep in mind that for this day trip you need to bring your passport. This is very important to remember, as it is mandatory to enter the area. Join now to find out more!
Enjoy a full-day tour that takes in stunning Hwaseong Fortress in the morning, and visits the historical Korean Folk Village in the afternoon. With your guide, explore the highlights of Hwaseong Fortress, a UNESCO World Heritage site and impressive example of late Joseon dynasty architecture. Then get a firsthand experience of Korean folk customs and handicrafts at the Korean Folk Village, which includes more than 200 restored traditional homes. A Korean-style lunch and round-trip hotel transport are included.
This tour brings you to the most oldest Village in Korea which is designated as an UNESCO World Heritage site – is a place to commune with the traditional fabric of old Korea
and also can see the whole view of this village from the across the river called Buyongdae Cliff before going to this unique village
After the Hahoe village, tourist can take time to explore the Hahoe Mask Museum, with its intriguing collection of Korean and international masks.
For the last visit place, We go to Byeongsan Seowon which is Confucian school that was established by esteemed Confucian scholars to pay tribute to the memory of Seong-nyong Ryu
• Tourist will be picked up and sent at a hotel in Seoul or nearby Seoul, It will take about 3 hours driving from tourist area
• We provide Korean traditional tasty cuisine for lunch during the tour
• Can listen to all the useful information such as politics, religions, society, culture and nature of Korea while traveling from knowledgeable driving guide
Pocheon may only be under two hours’ drive from bustling Seoul, but it feels far removed from the busy streets and soaring high-rises of the capital. On this tour, escape to the great outdoors and enjoy a day in the South Korea countryside. Discover the pristine forests, clear-water rivers, and shimmering lakes of the Korea National Arboretum, and enjoy a traditional Korean lunch—with round-trip travel from your Seoul hotel included.
Travel back in time to the days of the Joseon Dynasty on a private 8- to 9-hour tour from Seoul. Begin with a tour at the UNESCO listed Namhansanseong Fortress set amongst the scenic mountains. After lunch, visit the Korean Folk Village which allows you to truly immerse yourself in Korean culture as it was during the Joseon Dynasty. Explore the authentic architecture and watch traditional performances, including martial arts and acrobatics.
Discover the wonders of Korea's past and present on a private full-day tour of Seoul. Choose a provided itinerary, with visits to Gyeongbokgung Palace, Insadong, and Bukchon Hanok Village, or create your own. You can also rent a hanbok (traditional Korean clothing), which is perfect for photographs around the capital. Wherever you go and whatever you do, private transportation is at your disposal.
The best way to travel within a limited amount of time is a private tour with an experienced local guide. I can provide the most time-efficient solution for tourists to visit as many popular attractions as possible in Korea. I can offer authentic private tours of Korea that you and your family are sure to cherish for many years. I offer exclusive, tailor-made tours, designed according to your wishes. Based on what you want to experience while in Korea, Specially focus on private trips and small groups which enhances the joy of Korea travel.
A popular day trip out of Seoul, sprawling Suwon (수원) is the largest city in Gyeonggi-do province, with World Heritage–listed fortifications still looping around its heart. Suwon almost became the country's capital in the 18th century, when Joseon dynasty ruler King Jeongjo built the 5.7km-long walls in 1794–96 ahead of moving the royal court south. However, the king died, power remained in Seoul, and Suwon ended up with one hell of a tourist sight. The city is located around 30km south of Seoul.
Rather than following a predetermined itinerary, see Seoul your way during a private, custom tour that provides an ideal introduction for first-time visitors. In order to minimize transit time, you’ll travel in a private, climate-controlled vehicle between the attractions of your choice. Your guide can provide suggested itineraries or leave the schedule entirely up to you. Plus, hotel pickup and drop-off are included.