- This tour is, without a doubt, an easy and convenient way to get to know Korea’s entire history. You can meet the must-visit places in Seoul such as royal palace.
- The price is for one person. (based on one group tour)
- The trip may be canceled / refunded for the reasons such as not being able to reserve a car or lack of minimum people for departure.
- In case there are the number of people reservations less than 4 and more than 25 PLEASE Contact to us.
- In case of additional request, please contact before purchase
- all arranged land transport
- sightseeing, entrance fee
- a driver as tour assistant
- A tentative deposit of up to 30% of your tour price is required at the time of booking
Cancellation Refund Policy
- No. of days prior to tour commencement / Cancellation penalty as% of deposit
- 15 days or more / 30%
- 8~14 days / 50%
- 7 days or less / 70%
※Vehicles may be changed depending on the status of the guests and the presence of wheelchairs
and the amount of the goods may be changed accordingly
Gyeongbokgung Palace was the first royal palace built by the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung served as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty. It is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces in Seoul.
National Folk Museum of Korea
National Folk Museum of Korea in 1993. Since its establishment, the museum has dedicated itself to studying and researching the folk history of Korea, and collecting artifacts from different Korean regions in order to pass on an insight into the lifestyle and culture of Koreans. The museum achieves this by offering visitors various seminars, exhibitions, performance art, concerts and hands-on activities.
Insa-dong, located in the heart of the capital city Seoul, is an important place where old but precious and traditional goods are on display. The streets of Insa-dong are aligned with big and small alleys on each side full of interesting shops, galleries, traditional restaurants, traditional teahouses, and cafes.Not only young Koreans taking in the traditional sights and smells, but also droves of international visitors flocked to its streets to experience Korea’s traditional relics.
K-Style Hub aims to provide various chances to learn about Korean food culture and hanbok(traditional clothes). The Korean food experience hall(4th floor) is composed of the learning zone and the eating zone where you can taste various Korean dishes. The art market hall(5th floor) displays hanbok and visitors get a chance to try on it.