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.
This full-day sightseeing tour of Seoul showcases the best of Korea’s history, culture, and traditions. Led by a guide, see the city’s major landmarks, including Jogyesa Temple and Gyeongbokgung Palace, National Folk Museum, N Seoul Tower, and Namsangol Hanok Village. Watch the changing of the guards during a stop at Gwanghwamun Gate and enjoy a traditional Korean lunch with your fellow travelers in Insadong. Your full-day tour also includes a stop at a traditional ginseng center.
Learn about Korea’s culinary culture on this tasting tour of Seoul. Stroll through the streets with an expert in local cuisine, stopping at local food stalls and eateries plus a food market or village. Sample a variety of foods like Korean barbecue, savory pancakes, and spicy rice cake stew. Wash it all down with alcoholic beverages such as Korean rice wine and soju (distilled liquor). Your guided small-group walking tour covers plenty of ground in the bustling district of Jongno-gu, with numbers limited to 12 people.
Learn how to cook a traditional Korean meal with help from a local during this 3-hour, small-group cooking class in Seoul. Take a short walking tour through the city as you make your way to a nearby market to pick up some ingredients to use in your recipes. Then, head over to a traditional Korean house, and learn to cook Korean dishes. Once you’ve finished in the kitchen, enjoy eating your meal with the company of your group.
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.
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.
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.
The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) between North and South Korea is an area of complex tensions and shared history, but visiting without a guide is prohibited. This guided tour includes all entry fees, lunch, plus pickup and drop-off from your Seoul hotel. With the logistics covered, visit sites of interest including the 3rd Tunnel and the Dora Observatory in safety, and learn the role the DMZ plays in Korean War history.
See a spirited side of the South Korean capital you won’t find in the tourism brochures on this evening ghost tour in Seoul. Follow your guide on a meandering walk through Seoul’s hidden alleyways and hear tales to send shivers down your spine! Visit Gyeonghuigung Palace, the most haunted place in South Korea, discover hidden secrets in Pimatgol Alley, explore the birthplace of Korean independence at Tapgol Park and more.
Stroll the streets of Seoul while munching on authentic Korean street food during this 3-hour tour. A small group limited 12 fellow travelers ensures an intimate experience. All food tastings and rice wine or a soft drink are included.
If you don’t want to say goodbye to Korean cuisine, take a cooking class in the heart of Seoul and learn to prepare your favorite dishes back at home. Learn from a professional chef how to make a variety of Korean dishes, including soups, pancakes, and kimchi (fermented cabbage). Shop for fresh ingredients at Namdeamun Market. You can take multiple lessons as the menu changes everyday.
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
Get the inside scoop on the cosmopolitan capital of South Korea during a private tour with a local guide. Exploring with a local means that you’ll get off the beaten path and visit places that many first-time visitors miss. Plus, you’ll enjoy the flexibility to customize your sightseeing schedule according to your interests, whether they lie in fashion and food or history and culture.
Immerse yourself in traditional Korean culture on this full-day trip to the Jeonju Hanok Village from Seoul. Stroll through the more than 700 traditional hanok houses and stop in a tea house for a break or some Jeonju food. Transportation from central Seoul and all entrance fees included.
Made famous in South Korean TV shows including Winter Sonata, Nami Island holds a special place in the hearts of Koreans—but overcoming the language barrier to reach it from Seoul by public transport is a challenge. On this full-day tour with entrance fees and air-conditioned coach transport from Seoul included, reach Nami Island in comfort with your guide and visit the nearby attractions of Petite France and the Garden of Morning Calm.
Skip the stress of the Seoul subway rush hour and let a comfortable air-conditioned van transport your tour group to four of the city’s top attractions. After pickup from your hotel, explore Gangchon Railbike Park and Nami Island. Your guide then takes you to the charming Petite France overlooking the Han River the Garden of Morning Calm, before getting dropped off at your hotel in time for dinner.
With pretty walkways, native flora and fauna, and sweeping views over the Han River, Nami Island is a popular getaway destination from busy Seoul. On this full-day tour, escape to nature with a spin through Gangchon Rail-bike Park, explore the scenic Garden of Morning Calm, and enjoy free time at your leisure on Nami Island—with entry fees and round-trip travel from central Seoul included.
Combine the history of South Korea with its cuisine on a day trip that visits the DMZ and reveals some of region’s best dishes. You’ll get the inside scoop on the DMZ—a demilitarized zone that marks the border between North and South Korea, and is only accessible with a guide—and experience a traditional Korean barbecue.
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.
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.
Discover the region outside Seoul thanks to this 10-hour day trip to visit Nami Island and Petite France. Explore the half-moon shaped island of Nami at your own pace. You might choose to rent a bike or learn about ‘Winter Sonata,’ a Korean drama filmed on the island. Then get a little taste of Europe at Petite France, a re-creation of a French-style village.
Enjoy the calm of the evening and explore top Seoul attractions in peace on this tour of Seoul by night, including dinner. Begin your evening with a traditional Korean-style dinner, then head off into the night with a guide. Cruise along the mighty Hangang River from Yeouido to the Banpo Bridge and back as the city lights dance on the water. Then, head onward to the North Seoul Tower—a popular spot for the city’s couples in love—and admire panoramic views over Seoul from the roof terrace.
Join one of our hosts to eat your way around Seoul, stopping off at the places where locals really eat. Try dishes like kalguksu, a soup made of hand made noodles and anchovy-based broth, garlic bomb chicken stew and mandu (dumplings). Visit a sikdang (local restaurant) or a local Korean barbeque restaurant with no tourist in sight! You might stand out a little, but it's worth it for the food!
Within 24 hours after booking you'll receive a short questionnaire about your personality and interests. Based on your responses, you'll be assigned a like-minded host. Your host will communicate with you directly to suggest an itinerary to help you discover what makes the city unique. You will also agree on a meeting time and place. Your itinerary is flexible, so during the experience, you can always change your mind about what you want to do.