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Seoul tour

Tour Schedule

07:00-18:00 Seoul Tour

Seoul, the Capital of Korea

Seoul is the capital of Korea. The word ’Seoul’ means capital in traditional Korean. Seoul is a city in which the Han River flows through, from east to west, and is surrounded by great mountains, and the city contains both history and tradition, as well as the latest IT technology, making it a kind of a city which is quite rare anywhere on the globe.
Seoul first became the capital of the Korean people in the year 18 BC, when the Baekjae Dynasty established it as the capital of its establishing dynasty. The dynasty then kept Seoul as the capital for 476 years and presented prosperous culture, which served as the basis of today’s Seoul’s traditional culture.
Seoul ended its role as the capital after 476 years when Baekjae moved the capital to present day Gongju area, but it still remained as a prominent area. After the moving of the capital, Baekjae, Goguryeo and Silla fought for control over the area of Seoul near the Han River, which showed exactly how important Seoul was in the Korean peninsula. In 1394, after the Unified Silla Era and the Goryeo Era, Seoul became the capital again, and since then has developed into a cultural and economic center.


Incheon Port. Meet your local tour guide and transfer to Seoul


Cheonggyecheon Streamlet & Gwanghwamun Plaza

Cheonggycheon stream features many interesting sights, nature in the city and experience the vivid History and culture of Korea. Gwanghwamun is the main gate of Gyeongbok Palace.


Gyeongbok Palace and National Folk Museum of Korea

Gyeongbokgung, the oldest palace of the Joseon Dynasty, is located at the northern end of Sejongro Street. It was built in 1394 as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty by its founder King Taejo. National Folk Museum of Korea stands on within Gyeongbok Palace, a showcase of the lifestyle Of the Korean people from the prehistoric age to the Joseon Dynasty, displaying items of everyday Use, funerary objects, major works of art and replicas.


Pass by Cheongwadae

Cheongwadae means blue house, the presidential residence of the republic of Korea. We can not go inside of the blue house and visit ‘Sarangchae’ where exhibit history of Seoul and all former president of Korea


Lunch at local restaurant

Upgrade Ginseng Chicken Soup or Beef Bulgogi


Ginseng Shop

Korea ginseng is recognized worldwide for its great efficacy as an ancient tonic elixir and stamina Builder. It has been shown to remove toxic matter from blood, invigorate digestion, counteract Cancer-causing free radicals and help the body maintain homeostasis.


Making Kimchi and photo with Korean Traditional Dress ‘Hanbok’

Kimchi is representative food of Korea, making Kimchi by yourself and try on Korean traditional dress


Dongdaemun open market

Some of the best bargains can be found at Dongdaemun Market, a large area packed with small shops And big malls. Some ten or so modern clothing malls have sprung up among the long-established Older markets and these shops are open all night, brightly lit and play hip music.


Transfer to Incheon Ferry Terminal


Arrive at Terminal and on board

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