While in Seoul, travel to the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and Panmunjom – officially known as the Joint Security Area (JSA) – and experience the infamous border that divides North Korea and South Korea. Learn from an expert guide about the role of the DMZ and the negotiating site of the JSA, from the Korean War to the present. You’ll visit the Freedom Bridge and the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel and observe life on the other side from the Dora Observatory.
Visit some of Seoul's most famous attractions during this 8.5-hour guided tour. Visit Jogye Temple, pass by The Blue House, Gyeongbok Palace, Insadong, Bukchon Hanok Village, Bugak Skyway, and Myeongdong with no more than 15 people for a personalized, small-group experience. Lunch in the historic Insadong neighborhood and hotel pickup/drop-off are included.
Explore areas off limits to tour buses on this truly authentic bicycle experience. This tour riding through Hanriver at night with cool breeze, which running through the heart of Seoul. You can also enjoy Korean's all-time favorite food, Chicken and Beer at a park where you can enjoy the best sunset in Seoul city! This is a great tour for a small group. There are countless photo opportunities along the route. Learn your way around as we point out interesting stories that make Seoul one of the most unique cities in Asia.
Cover the essential city highlights in a small group setting and end the day by taking in Korea's #1 non-verbal musical comedy show, Nanta. This full-day tour will cover some of the city's most popular highlights: Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village, N Seoul Tower, Gwangjang Market, and Nanta Show. You can also choose an option without the Nanta Show. Unlike many others, this tour is compulsory shopping-free so you will not have to worry about being taken to ginseng/amethyst centers.
Enjoy an easy, stylish arrival in Seoul with this pre-booked private transfer service. Relax on a 60-90 minute transfer to your Seoul hotel or accommodation, available 24/7. Transportation will be provided in a luxury sedan, 6-seat van, or a 12-seat bus, depending on your group size. You will be provided free bottled water for your transfer along with a meet and greet service upon arrival at the airport.
This tour will take you from Seoul to the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) that is a very unique, educational and contemporary historical place. When you arrive at the Imjingak Park through the Freedom highway, the vehicle takes you to the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel. After seeing the 3rd Tunnel, you will watch a brief film at the DMZ Exhibition Hall to get more information on the Korean Peninsula.
Then you will move to the Dora Observatory to see North Korea over telescope. After the Dora Observatory, you will visit the Dorasan Station, the last station before entering North Korea.
You will pass the Unification Village, on the way to go to the Imjingak Park and back to Seoul. You will have a lunch of local Korea food in Seoul and visit the War Memorial of Korea.
Visit one of the largest wax-figure museums in Asia on this 2-hour Grévin Seoul museum visit. During your independent visit, explore the 14 exhibition and theme zones at your leisure, and catch interactive digital videos along the way. Pose for photographs with K-pop stars such as G-DRAGON, Lee Min Ho, and PSY, and hit the Grévin boutique for all the latest merchandise.
Lotte World Tower is Korea's newest landmark. It is the world's 6th highest building with 123 floors and a height of 555m. Seoul Sky, which is the highest observatory, is located on the 123rd floor of Lotte World Tower. Korea's only double-deck elevator that moves in 10m/sec. speed and Sky Deck that will amaze you with instantaneous wonder will provide the marvelous panoramic view of Seoul.
At 7am your tour guide will pick you up at your hotel lobby and take you to begin your private 3.5 hour drive to Mt.Naejang. When you reach Mt.Naejang, you will try the traditional local cuisine for lunch. You will have more than 20 side dishes with rice to choose from. After lunch, you will move into the mountain area. You will ride the shuttle bus from the parking lot to the cable car station and go up to the peak of the mountain for a spectacular view. Next you will proceed to the 1000 year old Buddhist temple of Naejangsa. After enjoying the mountain, you will return to Seoul around 4pm.
See some of the best sights in Seoul during this 4-hour, family friendly coach tour. Snap photos of the wax sculptures at the Grevin Seoul Museum, marvel at the Renaissance architecture of Seoul City Hall, and learn about the religious rites performed at Hwangudan Altar. Hotel pickup/drop-off, entrance fees, and snacks are included.
On this 4-hour small group tour, enjoy a more relaxing time to take in the wonderful sights and sounds around Seoul. Experience an authentic Korean vibe with our English-speaking tour! The tour will take you around spots that are famous for Koreans but not easy to find as a first-time visitor or nonlocal. Market has been featured on famous TV show Infinite Challenge, where G-Dragon is visiting to shop for bargains. You'll learn about the history of the market and try delicious Korean food at a local market where Koreans spend their time. The tour ends at a local, traditional café, with an authentic atmosphere of the 70's and 80's in Korea. Get to know the true Korea, that tour guide books do not teach you about!
After pickup from your Seoul hotel, drive about 2 hours to Seoraksan National ParkThis day trip takes you to explore Mt. Seorak and Naksan Temple, most popular destinations in Korea. Seoraksan National Park is listed as a tentative UNESCO World Heritage site.You will also visit Naksan Temple, regarded as one of the Gwandong region’s top sights. This temple lies in Gangwon province, which has a 1,300 year old history to boast. It is rich with culture and beautiful architecture, including the Seven Floor Stone Tower, Dongjong and Hongyaemun to name a few.Accompanied by your English-speaking driver, enjoy your visit to these attractions in the comfort of your private vehicle.
Escape the crowded hubbub of busy car-filled streets as you make your way through the capital of South Korea on paved bike paths. Ride on 2 wheels from Hongik University to the ornate Changdeokgung Palace and the vibrant Insa-dong neighborhood to see the city's most iconic sights.
Korea's most popular ghost tour! One of the top things to do in Seoul. This is the side of Seoul that you won’t find in the tourism brochures. Take a tour down the dark alleys of Seoul's forgotten 600-year history of bloody massacres, seedy hideaways and mourning ghosts. Self-proclaimed clairvoyants on the tour have reported a few sightings, including a little girl who has been seen following the group around. This is not only a ghost tour, but a walk unearthing Seoul's murky and violent past, making the city much more interesting and intimate. Guests also receive an online map of all the haunts, murder sites, and torture chambers mentioned on the tour.
On this 9 hour small-group tour, you can experience the Korean province with a comfortable means of transportation. You will visit Nami Island, where a famous and popular drama was filmed and enjoy the nature surround you each season. Then, you will visit the Garden of Morning Calm with thousands of varieties of flowers coupled with pine trees. This is popular as one of the greatest gardens in Korea with plants, trees, and flowers that harmonize and balance modern beauty and classic grace.
Discover Gyeongju, the capital city during the Silla kingdom — one of Korea’s most celebrated periods of history — on this 2-day tour from Seoul. With relics scattered about the city, Gyeongju’s historical areas have earned UNESCO status. Get an intro to Silla at the Gyeongju National Museum, before moving on to the beautiful Anapji Pond, royal tombs at Tumuli Park, and the cultural treasures of mountainside Bulguksa Temple and its hermitage, Seokguram Grotto. Stay overnight in Gyeongju while you explore the city called a ‘museum without walls.’
Have a fun-filled day and visit 3 attractions near Seoul. Nami Island, known for its attractive landscapes and the beautiful filming location for the famous Korean drama “Winter Sonata”. Petite France is a cute little French village with 16 interesting French-style buildings. You will take a peaceful ride and enjoy the scenery of the Han River. This tour includes entrance fees and transportation in an air-conditioned coach/minivan and a small briefing from the knowledgeable coordinator will be given.
Enjoy a 4-hour guided tour that begins with hotel pickup and takes you to the Hwaseong Fortress a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ride a dragon trolley that travels between Mt. Paldalsan and Yeonmudae. Finally, go to the Hwaseong Haenggung Palace before being drop-off at Myeongdong area in Seoul.
See beautiful Nami Island and walk the tree-lined paths where some of the most memorable scenes in the famous Korean television drama Winter Sonata were filmed! Whether you are a Winter Sonata fan or not, you’ll enjoy the scenery as you stroll around this lovely island. Afterward, visit Petite France, a French-themed village that features French culture, food and architecture. Look for the statue of the Little Prince, from the favorite French novel that is memorialized in the village.
Enjoy Korea's Winter in this one day tour. Visit and have a fun-filled date at Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort. Choose to either enjoy ski, snowboard, sled or just have a great day at the resort to do some sightseeing.