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Seoul Private Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Tour

Seoul Private Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Tour - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

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$84.00

Choose your own adventure! Take a private, custom tour of Seoul city highlights without worrying about being taken to compulsory shopping stops like the Ginseng or Amethyst center. We can customize your itinerary to go only where you want to go! You also have the freedom to choose what you want for lunch.

A private vehicle will pick you up from your place of lodging in Seoul at 9am. For groups of 2-9, the vehicle will be an 11 passenger van ... More info ›

Choose your own adventure! Take a private, custom tour of Seoul city highlights without worrying about being taken to compulsory shopping stops like the Ginseng or Amethyst center. We can customize your itinerary to go only where you want to go! You also have the freedom to choose what you want for lunch.

A private vehicle will pick you up from your place of lodging in Seoul at 9am. For groups of 2-9, the vehicle will be an 11 passenger van. For groups of 10-15, it will be a 15 passenger minibus. Drop-off will be back at your place of lodging at 5pm. We will cover a total of four sites of your choosing plus lunch. 

Choose one of the following sites:
Gyeongbokgung Palace (closed on Tuesdays)
Changdeokgung Palace (closed on Mondays)
Changgyeonggung Palace (closed on Mondays)
Gyeonghuigung Palace (closed on Mondays)
Deoksugung Palace (closed on Mondays)

Choose up to three of the following sites (or four, if you're not choosing any of the sites above):
Insadong
Bukchon Hanok Village
Jogyesa Temple
Jongmyo Shrine (closed on Tuesdays)
Gwangjang Market
Cheonggyecheon Stream
Dongdaemun Design Plaza / Market
Seoul Fortress Wall
Myeongdong
Namdaemun Market
Namsangol Hanok Village (closed on Mondays)
War Memorial (closed on Mondays)
N Seoul Tower (cable car and observatory not included in rate)
Gangnam
Hongdae University Street
Noryangjin Fish Market
Yeouido Park Cherry Blossoms (seasonal)

Pleas note you may also choose sites in Seoul not listed above. If you choose a site that is not listed above and there is an entrance fee, you are responsible for the entrance fee on the spot. Basic entrance to sites above are covered. Any optional activities at these locations are optional and not covered. Once you book your tour, you can communicate on customizing your itinerary. 

Choose your lunch:
Bibimbap (mixed rice)
Kimchi Jjigae (kimchi stew)
Kimbap and Tteokbokki (Korean roll and spicy rice cake)
Nangmyeon (cold buckwheat noodle)

Please not lunch alternatives are available for dietary restrictions.

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Seoul-Gyeonggi Small Group Customizable Full-Day Private Tour

Seoul-Gyeonggi Small Group Customizable Full-Day Private Tour - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 10 hours 30 minutes
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$350.00

Enjoy a private and customizable tour in Seoul and Gyeonggi where you will have the freedom to go where you want, when you want, and at the pace that you want.  No more hassles about time and restrictions!  This tour is perfect for those who may have a very specific idea in mind of what to see and do.  You are able to select from any site within the Seoul/Gyeonggi area, and - unlike other tours in Seoul - you will not have to worry about price markups while shopping in our ginseng/amethyst center, then explore the fish market, the DMZ and more for a total of three to five site visits with two meal stops (meals are additional costs).

Group Maximum: 15 travelers

Start the day with pick up from your accommodations in Seoul at 9:30am. Then proceed to your chosen sites, ending with a drop-off at your accommodations around 8:00pm ... More info ›

Enjoy a private and customizable tour in Seoul and Gyeonggi where you will have the freedom to go where you want, when you want, and at the pace that you want.  No more hassles about time and restrictions!  This tour is perfect for those who may have a very specific idea in mind of what to see and do.  You are able to select from any site within the Seoul/Gyeonggi area, and - unlike other tours in Seoul - you will not have to worry about price markups while shopping in our ginseng/amethyst center, then explore the fish market, the DMZ and more for a total of three to five site visits with two meal stops (meals are additional costs).

Group Maximum: 15 travelers

Start the day with pick up from your accommodations in Seoul at 9:30am. Then proceed to your chosen sites, ending with a drop-off at your accommodations around 8:00pm. The start and end times are flexible, as long as the touring day is 10.5 hours long.

Please take a look below for a list of popular sites you might visit in Seoul and Gyeonggi. Please keep in mind you are not limited to only these sites. However, please be advised that the Seoul/Gyeonggi area is extensive. Some attractions are several hours from each other in opposite directions, and not compatible on the same day. 

Depending on which sites you pick, and how far we have to drive, you will realistically have time for three-to-five sites, along with time to stop for two meals along the way. Please note that meals and entrance fees are not included in the tour rates. 

Seoul
Gyeongbokgung Palcace
Changdeokgung Palace
Bukchon Hanok Village
Insadong
Jogyesa Temple
Jongmyo Shrine
Seoul Fortress Wall
Cheonggyecheon Stream
Gwangjang Market
Namdaemun Market
Dongdaemun Market
Myeongdong
Namsangol Hanok/Folk Village
War Memorial
N Seoul Tower
Noryangjin Fish Market
Gangnam
Lotte World
Chikdren's Grand Park
Seoul Fortress
Han River Park
Han River Cruise
Hongdae University Street

Gyeonggi
DMZ (excludes JSA/Pamnujom)
Paju Premium Outlet
Heyri Art Valley
Nami Island
Petit France
Uiamho Lake Skywalk
Garden of Morning Calm
Jade Garden
Strawberry Farm Experience
Gangchon Rail Bike
Elysian Ski Resort
Jaraseom Singsing Winter Festival
Korean Folk Village
Semiwon
Hwaseong Fortress
Gwangmyeong Cave
Icheon Ceramics Village

These are just some of the most popular sites. We can take you to any site within the Seoul/Gyeonggi area even if it is not listed above. Once you make your booking, we will be in contact through Viator to work together on a custom itinerary.

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Hanbok Photoshoot in Seoul

Hanbok Photoshoot in Seoul - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$69.00

This tour allows you to keep a wonderful souvenir of your travels in South Korea. Don't miss the opportunity to take beautiful pictures in a colorful Korean traditional outfit. Forget about the studio because this photo shoot will take place in authentic scenery ... More info ›

This tour allows you to keep a wonderful souvenir of your travels in South Korea. Don't miss the opportunity to take beautiful pictures in a colorful Korean traditional outfit. Forget about the studio because this photo shoot will take place in authentic scenery. You will be able to take a stroll in Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village while wearing a Hanbok.

Your photo shoot experience begins with a pick-up from your hotel in central Seoul. Once you arrive at the rental shop, you can choose your favorite Hanbok (available in various sizes for male, female and children). You will also get to select your photo shoot location, such as Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village.

This activity includes 4 hours of photo shoot where you can discover the country's history and architecture. It's not just about the pictures, it's also a great opportunity to learn about Korea with your family, friends or partners. At the end of the tour, you will be dropped back off to your hotel.

History of Hanbok

Hanbok is the traditional Korean dress. It literally means “Korean clothing”. Hanbok has a history of over 1,600 years and it was worn daily up until just 100 years ago. It was established as a part of the unique living culture of Korea. Nowadays, Korean only wear it during traditional festivals and celebrations.

This Korean traditional outfit is defined by its artistic lines and vibrant colors. Many travelers want to experience wearing Hanbok during their journey in Korea. Now you can wearing it inside the Korea Royal Palace, Hanok Village or another destination instead of  studio. It will be more funny because you can visit the beautiful destination and wearing Hanbok at the same time.

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Full-Day Seoul Secret City Private Walking Tour

Full-Day Seoul Secret City Private Walking Tour - Seoul, South Korea

Duration: 7 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$129.00

Are you tired of the same old tourist spots, or overcrowded streets? Well, the Seoul secret city walk tour is made for you. Take a closer look at what Seoul looked like before being modernized and see nature, and learn about its historic past. Enjoy a walk on Seoul Fortress Wall ... More info ›

Are you tired of the same old tourist spots, or overcrowded streets? Well, the Seoul secret city walk tour is made for you. Take a closer look at what Seoul looked like before being modernized and see nature, and learn about its historic past. Enjoy a walk on Seoul Fortress Wall. Visit the unique and futuristic Dongdaemun Design Plaza and taste traditional tea in an authentic tea house. These are just a few of the things you can experience during this 7-hour itinerary.

Your private tour starts with pickup from your hotel, then head to the Dongdaemun Design Plaza. This project was directed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid showcasing its curvaceous structure and its silvery façade. It was inaugurated in 2014 and comprises multiple undulating levels of gallery, exhibition hall, design shops and event hall. The newest landmark of the Korean industry also includes history and culture park showcasing museums highlighting the past, such as Joseon dynasty 16th century military camp where historical treasures were found during construction.
 
Jangchungdan Park is next on the agenda. Before becoming a park, it was a shrine made in memory of Korean soldiers who died trying to protect Gyeongbok Palace from the Japanese invasion. The shrine was removed by the Japanese occupation and Jangchungdan was renovated into a park in 1919. Today, visitors can find many statues and memorials in this cute park. Have lunch after.

After lunch, visit the Seoul City Wall Museum. Formerly protecting the capital of Joseon dynasty, it was built in 1396 and has been rebuilt several times. It was 18km long constituting 8 gates, however only 6 gates remain today. Nowadays, Koreans walk on the path of the fortress to enjoy Seoul view along with its beautiful mountain.

Visit the Seoul City Wall Museum to have a closer look on the historical story of the wall. The museum displays historical artifacts related to the change who have been operated on the city and it is also showcasing permanent exhibition hall, special ones too, and multi-purpose lecture room.

From the Naksan Fortress, the Ihwa Mural Village is an unexpected art area. Street art is everywhere, with paintings and sculptures. Ten years ago, the Government wanted to demolish the neighborhood, which was considered as unattractive, poor and aging. But the street art brought a new life to the area, welcoming artists, tourists and locals.

Then, visit the “Secret” Valley, located in Seoul, a natural and historical site that has remained untouched. It’s an excellent getaway to breathe Korea’s authentic nature. The neighborhood is also a really nice place to take a stroll, and enjoy beautiful landscape.

Visit a traditional tea house, Suyeonsanbang, meaning “small home in the forest where literary people used to meet”. Originally, the house belonged to the famous Korean author Lee Tae-Jun whom used it as a workshop. Particularly peaceful and charming, the tea house will offer you a unique experience to take a break and simply enjoy a traditional tea, surrounding by nature.

Be dropped-off back at your hotel at approximately 5:00pm.

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Custom Tour: Best Night View of Seoul

Custom Tour: Best Night View of Seoul - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$59.00

Seoul is a beautiful city, especially at night. On this 4 to 5-hour private tour, you can appreciate various city landmarks as they are illuminated with lights ... More info ›

Seoul is a beautiful city, especially at night. On this 4 to 5-hour private tour, you can appreciate various city landmarks as they are illuminated with lights. You can customize your itinerary and choose what to explore, while your guide and photographer snaps your photos so you leave with something to remind you of your wonderful memories of Seoul.

Your tour starts with pickup from your hotel at around 5:30pm. (From October until April pick up at around 6:30pm.) You can select up to 3 attractions from the list below for your custom private tour. Your guide, who is also the photographer, will snap professional photos of you and your group.

N Seoul Tower

It is the landmark in Seoul. The tower was built in 1969 on the highest point of Seoul. The 236.7-meter tower sits upon Namsan Mountain (243m). Going all to the top will allow you to witness panoramic views of Seoul and its surrounding areas. Don't miss out the sky restroom as it offers a breathtaking view of the cityscape!

Dongdaemun Design Plaza
DDP is a blend of traditional buildings, relics, and cutting-edge modern multicultural facilities. The building was directed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid showcasing a brand new design with its curvaceous structure and its silvery outward appearance. A real UFO in the heart of Seoul.

Rainbow Fountain
Banpo Bridge is the world’s longest bridge fountain. 200 lights illuminate the fountain as it sends up dancing, rainbow-colored jets of water in the air in synchronization with music during the night time. Note: This is seasonal and only operates from April to October.

Hangang River Cruise (Own expense)
This Cruise is the best ways to enjoy the scenery around Hangang River. Enjoy the view of the city and the skyline without the noises of the Korean Metropolis.

Cheonggyecheon Stream
It existed only as a neglected waterway hidden by an overpass since 2005. Nowadays, it became a natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life.

Your tour ends as you are dropped back off to your hotel at around 10:30pm. (From October until April drop off at around 11:30pm.)

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Day Tour to Nami Island Petite France and Lighting Festival

Day Tour to Nami Island Petite France and Lighting Festival - Seoul, South Korea

Duration: 1 day
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$99.00

Want to spend the day out of the city enjoying beautiful Korean nature? Join this tour and experience the winter lighting festival and discover Korean landscape in a funny way. Discover a little piece of France in Petite France and admire the scenaries that Nami island displays.

We pick up from hotel at 11 a.m ... More info ›

Want to spend the day out of the city enjoying beautiful Korean nature? Join this tour and experience the winter lighting festival and discover Korean landscape in a funny way. Discover a little piece of France in Petite France and admire the scenaries that Nami island displays.

We pick up from hotel at 11 a.m. After one and half hour drive, we arrival to Gapyeong.

Home of the Petit Prince in Gapyeong in Gyeonggi Province, Petite France is a unique place to discover with your family. From its outward appearance it can also remind you of a little village in pastoral area of the Alps with its colorful buildings.However, it is a French cultural village composed of 16 French style buildings. There, visitors can experienced French food, clothing but also household culture.This Place is really pretty and the architecture will bring you into a fairytale. The concept of Petite France was inspired by Antoine de St Exupery’s story. That is to say that this this place encapsulate the flower, stars all the things that make the Petit Prince universe. 

Take a walk in a half-moon shaped island. Nami Island became highly popular in 2002 after the broadcasting of the famous Korean drama ‘Winter Sonata’, as its most romantic scenes such as the protagonists’ first kiss were shot on this particular island. In 2006 and following its skyrocketing popularity among Koreans and foreigners, Nami Island declared its cultural independence becoming the imaginary Naminara Republic and creating its own flag, currency, stamps and passport! During your walk there you will receive warm greetings from ostriches, squirrels, rabbits, deer and other animals which live freely in the forest. Beautifully lined with majestic trees, the “Forest of Sweethearts” is a really popular spot as it becomes the subject of splendid photos in every changing season. The island features many facilities such as water sport resorts, camping sites and a theme park. Nami Island is perfect for families who want to create memorable memories in Korea!

The Garden of Morning Calm is a 30,000㎡ garden. This is open year-round and the garden was conceptualized by Professor Han Sang-kyung (Gardening Department, Sahmyook University) while he was serving as an exchange professor in America. His vision was to create a garden that would become world-famous and spread the concept of Korean beauty throughout the world. The inspiration for the garden stemmed from a poem written by Sir Tagore, a great Indian poet, who described Korea during the Joseon Dynasty as “The Land of the Morning Calm.” The lighting festival is only available during winter!

After visit 3 beautiful places, our driver bring you back to hotel at 8 p.m.

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