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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
Gyeongbokgung Palace is widely considered among the finest royal palaces in Seoul, with a history dating back to the 14th-century Joseon dynasty. With this hanbok (traditional Korean attire) rental service, skip the entry queues to the palace and enjoy the chance to dress up like Joseon-era royalty. Choose the rental duration to suit your schedule, and explore Gyeongbokgung Palace in the fashions of a bygone era.
Enjoy a day of hiking and nature on Seoul’s highest mountain followed by a rejuvenating spa treatment at a traditional Korean spa. Depending on your group’s skill level, your guide leads you on a vigorous hike on Mt. Bukhan, where you walk by crystal-clear streams and granite peaks. Have lunch after your exhilarating trek, then soak away any sore muscles at the 'jjimjilbang' — an authentic Korean spa. A hot bath is followed by a full-body scrub, oil massage, face mask and shampoo by an expert practitioner.
Impress your friends and learn the hottest K-pop dance moves in this class. The instructor will teach you a dance step by step, plus show you how to pose like a famous K-pop performer. The class will be divided into small groups in order to practice the dance before shooting your own music video. You’ll also learn about K-pop culture with fellow fans.
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.
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 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.
It's all about getting you an awesome set of photos in Seoul.
We'll meet at the Mapo-gu Office Station Exit #1 (Line 6).
After brief introductions, we'll drive to the Sky Park. We'll spend 2~2.5 hours exploring and taking photos at several spots. Don't be shy to let me know how you want your photos taken. If not, here are sample photo shoots. We'll have a great time. You get all 200+ original photos and 20+ edited photos via photo share. There are other photo shoot locations in Seoul. Just ask!
Meet a Seoul local for a private walking tour that’s a new concept in travel, trading a pre-packaged trip for a more personal experience. Exploring with a Lokafyer guide is like having a local friend to show you around, whether you’re looking for Seoul’s most authentic restaurants or just soaking up the feel of neighborhood life. From a pre-tour chat to the walking tour itself, it’s totally customized for you.
Experience Seoul’s fusion of ancient traditions and rapid modernization as you amble down city streets on this 3-hour walking tour of the bustling metropolis. A local guide reveals hidden treasures and favorite local hangouts, from temples to teashops. Visit historical landmarks including Gyeonghuigung Palace and the Bosingak Bell Pavilion. Numbers are limited to 12 participants for a small-group experience.
Catch Seoul's iconic sites and increase your Instagram engagement in just under two hours. Don't waste time searching for great places to get those amazing shots of Seoul.
This night walking tour caters specifically to Instagrammers and night photography enthusiasts. Focus on capturing stunning shots, interesting angles, and enviable selfies.
The guide gives tips on getting the right shot, optimizing your Instagram account, and getting more followers.
Receive a link to a secret Google Map of Seoul with even more amazing Instagram-worthy locations after the tour. The map even includes shooting locations for the Gangnam Style music video and other famous places featured in Korean dramas and films.
Meet outside Gwanghwamun Station, exit 9.
Nowadays, Seoul is very popular to be visited by foreigners aroung the world. KPop tour is one of the most popular tours to choose by them. Those who joined this KPop tour must be the fan of a lot of KPop boygroups and girlgroups. Like fans of BTS, EXO, NCT, IKON, BLACKPINK, etc. are willing to spend money to visit the respective groups' agency. So, we think that it is the right time for us to offer you with this KPop tour! It can be called as SM stan, BTS Army, YG stan tour, since you will visit the agencies of EXO, BTS, IKON, etc. You can buy some merchandies at SMTown COEX Mall and visit the road where there are a lot of bears of the KPop groups. An English speaking private guide will accompany you to these places, explain each place and help you to interact with Korean fans (if you meet one). So, what should you do now? Click the book now on this page and get the join the KPop tour that you've ever dreamt!
Good news for you Korean Drama lovers! We present you an ultimate tour that will bring you to several shooting spots of K-drama in Jung-gu area. From Winter Sonata to Goblin, We will take you as if you were in a romantic scene of your favorite Korean Drama movies!
- Meet at Anguk station exit 3 (at 10:00 AM or 05:00 PM)
- Walk around Samcheongdong area
- Lunch / Dinner Time
- Bukchon Hanok Village
- JungAng High school*
- Walk down to Gyedong Geori
*NOTE: JungAng High school visiting is only available on the weekend.
---K-drama Spots to Visit---
- The Heirs
- While you were sleeping
- Another miss oh
- I need romance
- She was pretty
- Winter Sonata
- Temperature of Love
- Personal Taste
- and many more
Seoul is a wonderful city, a city of lights! Make your trip more special by capturing your memories in unique portrait shots. We will explore together the secret photo spots in Hongdae area and catch the lights of golden hour on a rooftop:)
Discover Seoul on this full or half-day walking tour, including Namdaemun Market, Mt Namsan and Myeongdong Street. Follow your guide to Namdaemun Gate, explore the traditional marketplace and gain insight into Joseon Dynasty history. Then travel by bus up Mt Namsan for panoramic views before strolling around Palgakjeong and riding the cable car down to Myeongdong Street. If you choose the full-day option, continue on for a Korean lunch and guided stops at Deoksugung Palace and Seoul Museum of History, concluding with a 75-minute performance at Jeongdong Theater.
Return from South Korea with the best vacation souvenirs after a shopping tour of the Myeongdong district, Seoul’s commercial and cultural hub. Admire architectural highlights such as the 19th-century Myeongdong Cathedral and the Seoul Global Cultural Center, and spend the afternoon browsing premier shopping spots in Myeongdong, the world’s ninth most expensive shopping street. Lunch is included and hotel transfers can be arranged at an additional cost.
Tick off some top Seoul sights without the stress of advance planning on a half-day sightseeing and food tour. Ideal for first-time visitors, this walking tour focuses on the culture and history of the city, and includes a multi-course Korean meal at a traditional restaurant. Unlike if you were to explore on your own, you’ll discover lesser-known information designed to kickstart your time in South Korea.
Uncover Seoul's fascinating history on this 3-hour walking tour of the dynamic city. See old-style Korean houses at the traditional Bukchon Hanok Village, discover the history of rice cake making at the Tteok Museum, tour the UNESCO-listed Changdeokgung Palace and visit Gwangjang Market. Numbers are limited to 12 participants for a small-group experience with your informative guide.