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Cities in South Korea:   Busan - Gapyeong-gun - Jeju - Seoul
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Full-Day Gyeongju Tour From Busan

Full-Day Gyeongju Tour From Busan - Busan, South Korea
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Duration: 13 hours
Location: Busan, South Korea

From USD
$62.50

Enjoy this 13 hour tour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Gyeongju. Once there, you will be free to explore Yangdong Village, the largest traditional village in Korea, witness the most famous Buddhist hermitage in Korea, Seokguram, see one of the most beautiful temples in Korea and even a pond filled with lots of historical memories, Anapji ... More info ›

Enjoy this 13 hour tour to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Gyeongju. Once there, you will be free to explore Yangdong Village, the largest traditional village in Korea, witness the most famous Buddhist hermitage in Korea, Seokguram, see one of the most beautiful temples in Korea and even a pond filled with lots of historical memories, Anapji. Food and drinks are not included and the tour will conclude with a staff back to Busan.

You will begin this exciting day by meeting your friendly staff at your preferred meet up point and hop onto the comfortable tour van/coach, then head to Yangdong Village. You will be briefed on the details of the tour by your knowledgeable staff and feel free to ask any questions if any. 

You can have lunch (your own expense) at the restaurant area around Bomun Tourist Complex and leave for Seokgulam . After exploring this World Cultural Heritage site, you will head to Bulguksa Temple. After the Temple visit, the last spot will be Anapji where it's famous for the artificial pond. It is a place filled with lots of historical memories. At the end of the tour, you will head back to Busan around 9:30pm.

May to Oct Schedule
9:50am Depart from KTX Busan Station Exit 1
10:10am Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 12
10:50am Depart from Haeundae Station Exit 5
12:20pm Arrive at Yangdong Village
1:50pm Leave for having Lunch
2:20pm Arrive at restaurants area (Bomun Tourist Complex)
2:20pm~3:20pm Lunch time
3:20pm Leave for Seokgulam
3:50pm Arrive at Seokgulam
4:50pm Leave for Bulguksa Temple
5:10pm Arrive at Bulguksa Temple
6:40pm Leave for Anapji
7:00pm Arrive at Anapji
8:00pm Leave for Busan
9:30pm Arrive at Busan Station
9:50pm Arrive at Seomyeon Station
10:20pm Arrvie at Haeundae Station

Nov to Apr Schedule
9:00am Depart from KTX Busan Station Exit 1
9:20am Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 12
10:00am Depart from Haeundae Station Exit 5
11:30am Arrive at Yangdong Village
1:00pm Leave for having Lunch
1:30pm Arrive at restaurants area (Bomun Tourist Complex)
1:30pm~2:30pm Lunch time
2:30pm Leave for Seokgulam
3:00pm Arrive at Seokgulam
4:00pm Leave for Bulguksa Temple
4:20pm Arrive at Bulguksa Temple
5:20pm Leave for Anapji
5:40pm Arrive at Anapji
6:40pm Leave for Busan
8:00pm Arrive at Haeundae Station
8:40pm Arrive at Seomyeon Station
9:20pm Arrive at Busan Station

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Busan Shore Excursion Tour with Gamcheon Culture Village

Busan Shore Excursion Tour with Gamcheon Culture Village - Busan, South Korea
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Busan, South Korea

From USD
$149.99

Enjoy the best of Busan with this full-day small group shore excursion. Your English speaking tour guide will show you the highlights of this beautiful city by the sea ... More info ›

Enjoy the best of Busan with this full-day small group shore excursion. Your English speaking tour guide will show you the highlights of this beautiful city by the sea. Visit the Songdo Sky Walk, Korea's longest ocean sky walk, and famous landmarks like Gamcheon Culture Village and the Mountain Hwangnyeong Observatory, where you can enjoy an awesome view over Busan. Port pickup/drop-off and a Korean style lunch or dinner are included.

A minimum of 2 people per booking is required. The tour will be cancelled if this requirement is not met.

1. Songdo Skywalk
2. Gamcheon Culture Villiage
3. Yongdusan Park
4. BIFF Square
5. Gukje Market
6. Jagalchi Fish Market
7. Yeongdo Bridge opening ceremony
8. Samgwang Temple
9. Mountain Hwangnyeongsan Observatory


Meet your guide at Busan port, where you'll board an air-conditioned minivan or a small bus. Explore some of the most beautiful places in Korea's second largest city during your fully-narrated tour, including the long and curvy Songdo Sky Walk and Gamcheon Culture Village, nicknamed the Machu Picchu of Busan.

Next, head to Yongdusan Park, where Busan Tower sits atop a mountain, affording 360-degree views of the city below. Snap photos, and then make your way to the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) Square, the location of Gukje Market, one of Korea's largest.

Explore the aquarium-like atmosphere of Jagalchi Market, one of Korea's largest seafood markets, and see how many creatures you can identify. Cross over Yeongdo Bridge, connecting the Jung-gu and Yeongdo-gu districts, before stopping at the Busan Cinema Center, home of BIFF and an excellent example of deconstructionism in architecture.

Continue on to Samgwangsa Temple, famous for its lantern festival and considered one of Korea's must-visit spots. Finish your tour of Busan with a drive to the top of Mountain Hwangnyeongsan Observatory, the second highest mountain in the Geumnyeon Range.

Get dropped off at Busan Port approximately one hour before the cruise departure.

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Seoul City Private Full-Day Tour Including Lunch

Seoul City Private Full-Day Tour Including Lunch - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

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$69.00

The country of the morning calm is full of history, and its capital, Seoul, abounds with authentic treasures. Join this 8-hour private tour to discover some of the most renowned gems of South Korean culture. From the great palaces to the N Tower, this tour will lead you through the ages to discover the old & the brand new capital.

Your full day tour starts with a pick-up from your hotel at 9:00am or 9:30am with the following itinerary:

Royal Guard Changing Ceremony (No performance when bad weather)

During the Joseon Dynasty, the royal guards performed the given task by guarding the Gwanghwamun Gate, the entrance of Gyeongbokgung Palace where the king ruled the country ... More info ›

The country of the morning calm is full of history, and its capital, Seoul, abounds with authentic treasures. Join this 8-hour private tour to discover some of the most renowned gems of South Korean culture. From the great palaces to the N Tower, this tour will lead you through the ages to discover the old & the brand new capital.

Your full day tour starts with a pick-up from your hotel at 9:00am or 9:30am with the following itinerary:

Royal Guard Changing Ceremony (No performance when bad weather)

During the Joseon Dynasty, the royal guards performed the given task by guarding the Gwanghwamun Gate, the entrance of Gyeongbokgung Palace where the king ruled the country. Nowadays, comedians execute the reenactment ceremony, but it's still very impressive.
Please note: closed on Tuesdays.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the “Northern Palace”. It is arguably the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five palaces, with beautiful buildings such as Gyeonghoeru and Hyangwonjeong Pavilions which are both built on ponds. Please note: closed on Tuesdays. You will visit Changdeokgung Palace instead.

Bukchon Hanok Village

It sits between the two palaces of the Joseon Dynasty, Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung. Unlike other Hanok villages, Bukchon was not created for tourists but is actually a living village inhabited by Seoulites. The village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called ‘Hanok’ that date back to the Joseon dynasty.

Lunch

Insadong

Located in the heart of the city, it is an important place where old, precious, and traditional goods are on display. There is one main road in Insa-dong with alleys on each side. Within these alleys are galleries, traditional restaurants, traditional tea houses, and cafes.

Jogyesa Temple

Jogyesa Temple is the center of Zen Buddhism in Korea, and is famous for being located in the city. The first thing you will see at the temple are the trees. These locust trees and baeksong trees are about 500 years old.
The Daeungjeon building is a stately building built in 1938. It is particularly beautiful with all the different colors painted on it, and inside the building is the statue of Seokgamoni.

N Seoul Tower

The N Tower. Ride the cable car or walk up to the top of Namsan Mountain. This place is where the clouds seem to meet with Namsan Mountain. The tower was built in 1969 on the highest point of Seoul so that visitors can enjoy the best panoramic views of the city. It was originally Korea’s first radio wave tower but has then been opened to the public in 1980, becoming a popular tourist attraction and a resting place for citizens.
Please note: sometimes the wait for the cable car can be longer than one-hour during weekend, travel high season or overcrowding. Therefore, there is no guarantee that you will ride the cable car. In this case, we may need to walk up to the tower.

Drop-off at Hotel

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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 Small-Group Royal Palace and Seoul Tour

Full Day Small-Group Royal Palace and Seoul Tour - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$76.00

This small group journey will start with Jogyesa, the center of Buddhism in Seoul where you can see locust trees and baeksong trees in front of Jogyesa temple. Afterward, you will move to the presidential blue house that symbol of Cheongwadae with blue tiles and the Gwanghwamun Gate to see royal guard changing ceremony. After watching the ceremony, you can explore Gyeongbokgung Palace. Then you will see the National Folk Museum where you can see how people lived a few centuries ago, the Changdeokgung Palace that listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and Insadong, a famous antique alley that is popular with antique shops, handmade crafts ... More info ›

This small group journey will start with Jogyesa, the center of Buddhism in Seoul where you can see locust trees and baeksong trees in front of Jogyesa temple. Afterward, you will move to the presidential blue house that symbol of Cheongwadae with blue tiles and the Gwanghwamun Gate to see royal guard changing ceremony. After watching the ceremony, you can explore Gyeongbokgung Palace. Then you will see the National Folk Museum where you can see how people lived a few centuries ago, the Changdeokgung Palace that listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage and Insadong, a famous antique alley that is popular with antique shops, handmade crafts. Finally after a long day, you will see Namdaemun, the main gate of a Seoul. This is a full day packed with a lot of information on Seoul and the Korean traditions.

From your hotel, you will start your travel in a comfortable vehicle. You’ll arrive at the Jogyesa temple, a quiet and calm place, located in Jongno. The irony is that the temple located in a very crowded street, but inside the temple is serene and beautiful. 

Next, you will have the chance to visit the presidential blue house is known by the symbolic blue tiles. The building shows the true beauty of Korea with Mt Bukak peeking behind it.

Then, you will move onto the next place called Gwanghwamun to watch the royal guard changing ceremony. It is a ceremony to announce changing of the royal guards, as well as to clarify the guards' identities.

Then, you will head toward Gyeongbokgung called “the northern palace.” It was a main palace and the most beautiful palace during the Joseon dynasty. After seeing the Gyeongbokgung Palace, you will visit the Korean Ginseng Center to look around before having a lunch of local food and move on to the Changdeokgung Palace.

The Changdeokgung Palace is listed as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage since 1997 for its beautiful appearance. It is a residence for the kings and queens with rear garden pavilion.

After seeing how the royals lived, you will move onward to Insadong to see and experience the traditional culture of Korea like a Korean tea house and maybe try buying something in this famous antique alley. Then, you can visit the Korean Amethyst shop or the Korean Cosmetic duty-free shop for some free time shopping.

For the last part of the tour, you will move to Namdaemun (also known as Soongryemun) which was built in 1396 by King Taejo’s reign. Now, Namdaemun is listed as Korea's most important National Treasure. You will also visit Namdaemun Market near Namdaemun and look around this famous traditional market. 

After your long day, the tour will conclude at your hotel where you were picked up in the morning. 

Please note:

On Mondays, Changdeokgung Palace is closed, and you will go to Namsan Korean traditional Hanok Village instead.

On Tuesdays, the Gyeongbokgung Palace and National Folklore museum are closed, and you will go to Deoksugung Palace and The Presidential Blue House Museum instead.

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Full Day Nami Island and Garden of Morning Calm Tour from Seoul

Full Day Nami Island and Garden of Morning Calm Tour from Seoul - Seoul, South Korea
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Seoul, South Korea

From USD
$106.00

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.

You will be picked up from your hotel in Seoul and taken to Nami Island ... More info ›

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.

You will be picked up from your hotel in Seoul and taken to Nami Island. It will take approximately one hour from Seoul. During this time, your guide will tell you about Nami Island. After arrival at the pier at Gapyeong, you will get a ferry to Nami Island for 10 minutes. On Nami Island, you can explore the beautiful natural environment where a well-known drama, “Winter Sonata,” was filmed.

Lunch is not included; however you may have a lunch at a restaurant in Nami Island by your own expense. Then meeting the guide to go back to pier to take a ferry.

Then you will move to the Garden of Morning Calm where was the concept of a “garden” was first adopted in Korea. It is a special place that harmonizes classical grace and modern beauty.

Leaving the Garden of Morning Calm, you will go back to Seoul and stop by a Korean Ginseng center before being dropped off at your hotel.

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