• Seoul is a charming and dynamic city that has numerous attractions and landmarks.
    Its long history boasts its cultural heritage and you can encounter its delightful lifestyle both in modern and traditional.
  • Seoul Theme Tours is aimed at fully understanding, exploring and enjoying the city of Seoul.
    You can just tell us what you want, these tours are personally designed and based on your ideal and specific request.
  • Fully personalized to your schedule and liking, and choose our tour that best suits you by taking advantage of our superb customer service; handles everything for you, from the time you step off the plane, much more affordable than you could imagine.
  • Seoul Theme Tours have various lists on unique places.
  • The sample itineraries are just for your references.
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  • Gyeong-bok-gung Palace.
    (One of Royal palace in Seoul)
  • Seoul Grand Theme Park
  • Grilled fish Alley
  • Gang-nam Area (Luxurious brands shops in Cheong-dam area)
  • Gyeng-bok-gung Palace.
    (One of Royal palace in Seoul)
  • Miso Performance
  • Korea House Restaurant
  • Seoul Fortress Wall
  • Kim chi world (visitors can make kimchi and other Korean foods)
  • The National Museum of Korea
  • Lotte World Theme Park
  • Street foods
  • Han-bok Market(Han-bok is the traditional Korean dress)
  • N Seoul Tower
  • Night view of Ban-po bridge
  • Nam-dae-mun Market (South Gate Market)
  • Han River Cruise
  • Gang-nam Area (Luxurious brands shops in Cheong-dam area)
  • Tal (Traditional Korean masks)
  • In-sa-dong
    One of Pae Baek eum sik (Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony foods)
    Hand Made by Dry Squid.
  • The Korean Traditional Wedding Ceremony called Pae Baek
  • National Folk Museum of Korea
  • National Folk Museum
  • Ga-ro-su Gil (The Street of Artistic Sensibility Decorated by Designers and Artists Indeed)
  • Ga-ro-su Gil
  • Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Bukchon Hanok Village
  • Sam-cheong-dong (one of the most unique places in Seoul)
  • Sam-cheong-dong (one of the most unique places in Seoul)
  • Sam-cheong-dong (one of the most unique places in Seoul)
  • Han River side Park
  • Han River Cruise at night
  • The War Memorial of Korea
  • The War Memorial of Korea
  • The War Memorial of Korea
  • Once In A Blue Moon is a jazz club offering live performances by top jazz musicians, a wide range of menus, and over 130 types of wine. Frequented by world-renown musicians, the club is also a popular shooting location for films, TV shows, and commercials.
  • The Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art
  • The Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art
  • National Folk Museum of Korea
  • National Folk Museum of Korea
  • National Folk Museum of Korea
  • Cheong-gae Stream
  • Hermès Museum
  • Maison Hermès Dosan Park
  • One of Seoul Fortress Wall gate
  • Seoul Fortress Wall
  • Itaewon Multiple Cultural Street
  • Itaewon Multiple Cultural Street
  • SM Entertainment
  • JYP Entertainment
  • Dong-dae-mun (East Gate)
  • Dong-dae-mun Market area (East Gate Market area)
  • Chang-deok-gung Palace
  • Seoul N’Tower
  • one of Seoul’s most famous landmarks N Seoul Tower is located at the top of Namsan Mountain.
    It was a broadcasting transmission tower and opened to the public in 1980.
    The tower is now a true cultural space with various performances, movies, exhibitions as well as upscale restaurants and snack bars.
  • The War Memorial of Korea
  • As an unique war history museum in Korea, The War Memorial of Korea is the sanctuary of national defense to feel the live history which we had been defended this country for five thousand years, and this is a place we learned lessons from war and to make a practical determination that we will never experience the tragedy of war again.
  • Royal Palaces
  • Seoul used to be the capital of the country and is rich in historical heritage with many of gorgeous palaces.
    The five major palaces are Gyeongbokgung (“gung” means palace), Changdeokgung, Changgyeonggung, Gyeonghuigung and Deoksugung and these palaces boast an unspoiled natural beauty around them, just as they built.
    Jongmyo (Royal Shrine) and Changdeokgung (“gung” means palace) have garnered international recognition with their inclusion on UNESCO’s list of World Cultural Heritage sites.
  • National Folk Museum
  • National Folk Museum of Korea is one of a national museum, located within the grounds of the Gyeongbokgung Palace, and uses replicas of historical objects to illustrate the history of traditional life of the Korean people.
    The building's design is based on various historical buildings around South Korea.
  • Bukcheon Hanok Village
  • Bukchon Hanok Village is the perfect destination for those seeking to learn about and enjoy the beauty of Hanok (traditional Korean-style house).
    Bukchon means that it lies to the north of Cheonggyecheon (Stream) and Jongno, the downtown area of Seoul and it used to be the high-end residential district for royal family members and high-ranking government officials.
    The sight of a number of Hanok built next to each other, sharing a wall and touching each other’s eaves, will give you a glimpse into the friendly and open-hearted lifestyle of Koreans.
  • Cheong Gye Cheon
  • Cheonggyecheon (Stream) is flowing through the downtown areas.
    Clear water streaming through the very heart of Seoul is sure to astonish anyone who visits it.
    The streams help to wash away soulless images of downtown as well as offer a natural touch and eco-friendly warmth.
  • National Museum of Korea
  • The National Museum of Korea is the flagship museum of Korean history and art in South Korea and is the cultural organization that represents Korea.
    Since its establishment in 1945,[3] the museum has been committed to various studies and research activities in the fields of archaeology, history, and art, continuously developing a variety of exhibitions and education programs.
  • Gang Nam Area
  • Gangnam is literally translated as "South of the (Han) River" and the district is the 4th most populated district and the third largest district in Seoul.
    Several popular shopping and entertainment areas are located in Gangnam District, including Apgujeong, the COEX Mall, the area around Gangnam Station, Garosugil and Cheongdam-dong.
    The area is cool, busy and lively to hang out in clubs, bars, restaurants and other entertainment venues.
  • Lotte World Theme Park
  • Lotte World is the Perfect Place for Thrilling Entertainment Fun and Rides", located in the heart of the city.
    It is a theme park filled with thrilling rides, an ice rink, different kinds of parades as well as a folk museum, a lake, and much more.
    The structure inside makes use of the natural sunlight, and it is open for visitors all year round, regardless of the weather.
  • Traditional Markets
  • Although many markets are primarily wholesale markets, it is possible to buy retail in all of them at much better price for everything from produce to clothing to fish to flowers to shoes to everything in between.
    The biggest and most popular markets in Seoul are the Dongdaemun Market (filled mostly with the young and fashionable) and Namdaemun Market (an almost overwhelming variety of goods).
    Also worth a visit are the Gwangjang Market, which sells Korean comfort foods, and the Gyeongdong Market, full of medicinal herbs.
  • Hong Dae Young Street
  • Hongdae (the abbreviation of Hongik University) area is known for its urban arts and indie music culture, clubs and entertainments and has become a symbol of unique cultural identity among Korea’s youth.
    The area holds art galleries, theaters, design shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, and nightclubs and provides street art festivals, performances and Saturday free market.
  • Itaewon Multiple Cultural Street
  • Itaewon is a neighborhood in Yongsan-gu, Seoul, which is a popular area for residents of Seoul, tourists, and U.S. Army personnel with its shopping, restaurants, and vibrant nightlife.
    Due to the area's ethnic diversity, Itaewon is home to restaurants serving cuisine from many parts of the world, including India, Thailand, and Mexico, cuisines which are not common in Korea.
    The Seoul Central Mosque is also located in Itaewon, and there are a number of halal food stores.
  • Coex Mall
  • COEX Mall is the largest underground shopping mall in Asia and Korea’s first cultural & shopping complex.
    The mall is connected to several exhibition halls, a convention center, a hotel, a department store and an office building and houses around 260 stores and leisure facilities including fashion, beauty, entertainment and cultural spaces including the Megabox Cineplex, the Kimchi Museum, the COEX Aquarium, the ASEM Plaza and the Event Court, and offers a pleasurable one-stop shopping experience, regardless of the weather.
  • Blue House
  • The Blue House is the executive office and official residence the President of the Republic of Korea and located in the capital city of Seoul.
    The Korean name “Cheong Wa Dae” literally translates to "pavilion of blue tiles." The Blue House is in fact a complex of buildings, built largely in the traditional Korean architectural style with some modern elements.
    From an historical viewpoint, the location of Cheongwadae was the site of a royal villa in the southern capital of the Goryeo Dynasty and became became the back garden of the palace when the Gyeongbuk-gung (Palace) was built as the main palace.
  • Myung Dong Fashion Street
  • Myeongdong (Korean: literally 'bright town') is located in the center of Seoul and is mostly a commercial area, being one of Seoul's main shopping and tourism districts.
    After the Korean War and into the 1960s, the economy blossomed and the area flourished as city renovations took place and high-rise buildings were built.
    Many department stores, shopping centers, restaurants, upscale shops and boutiques set up their businesses in Myeongdong and it became the mecca for the young and trendy in the 1970s.
    As of March 2000, Myeongdong's has been designated as a special Tourism Promotion Area.
  • Namsangol Hanok Village
  • Namsangol Hanok Village is a collection of five hanoks (traditional Korean houses) from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).
    The interiors of each of these five houses reflect owners from different walks of life, from the middle class to the yangban (who were mainly high government officials, noblemen and aristocrats).
  • At the hanok village, international visitors can participate in traditional Korean activities such as archery and enjoy traditional Korean performances such as the traditional wedding ceremony reenactments on the weekend.
    In addition, the Taekwondo experience program for foreigners is held on Wednesday and Saturday every week.
  • Jong myo Shrine[UNESCO World Heritage
  • Jongmyo Shrine was built by Lee Seong Gye (1335-1408), the first king and founding father of the Joseon Dynasty.
    It was a primary place of worship for kings throughout the Joseon Dynasty and has been registered as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site for its well-preserved ancient customs such as memorial services and traditional music.
  • Namdaemun Traditional Market
  • “Namdaemun” (formerly “Sungnyemun”) refers to the southern gate of the four gates leading to the castle town during the Joseon Dynasty and is the oldest remaining wooden structure in Seoul and National Treasure No. 1.
  • Namdaemun Market is located in the east of Namdaemun and the largest traditional market in Korea with 600 years of history.
    The Market used to sell mainly crops, fruits, and sundries, but now deals in textile goods, utensils, electronics, local produce, traditional crafts, imported goods, and much more.
  • The market teems with life, filled with commerce and consumers from all over the country.
  • Kimchi-making and Hanbok Experiences
  • Kimchi is the main Korean food that you will find in every meal.
    Kimchi-making experience is guided by a professional kimchi instructor. Participants can taste the kimchi they make, have it packed up, and take it overseas.
    In addition to kimchi-making, the experience class offers trying on Hanboks (Korean traditional clothing).
    After the events, you will get a photo taken to keep the memories of Korea deep in your hearts.
  • Han Riverside Tour/ Cruise
  • The Hangang (River) Cruise is one of the best ways to enjoy the Hangang (River).
    Taking a cruise is a great way to enjoy the fresh air and get away from it all.
    Enjoy spectacular nighttime views of the Hangang on themed cruises with live magic and delicious food, guaranteed to create unforgettable memories for families, lovers and friends alike.
    There are also seasonal events including a flower cruise in spring and a migratory bird cruise in autumn.
  • The docks have stunning views of the natural environment of Hangang riverside.
    From the Jamsil dock, you can watch the sun disappear behind Namsan (Mt.) while Sangam dock is close to World Cup Park and Jamdubong dock, which opened in 2005, has many attractions nearby including Jeoldusan Catholic Martyrs' Shrine.
  • Miso Performance
  • The Chongdong Theater is located near the beautiful stonewall roads of Seoul’s Deoksugung Palace, presenting the ongoing Korean Traditional Stage of (MISO).
    Miso is a performance that not only showcases the UNESCO World Culture Heritage of Pansori (traditional Korean narrative song), but also presents a variety of other traditional instrumental performances including Samulnori (traditional Korean percussion quartet), and the beautiful Korean Buchaechum (fan dance).
    This traditional arts performance Miso tells the story of a woman who falls in love. The love story is portrayed through the subtle motions of salpurichum (a dance to drive out bad fortune and evil spirits) and sarangmu ("love dance") and, at last, the buchaechum (fan dance), which adds a signature dynamism to the performance.
  • Nanta Performance
  • Nanta (also known as Cookin' or Cookin' Nanta) is a non-verbal comedy show that incooperates traditional Samul nori rhythm.
    The musical has a simple back story of three cooks attempting to finish preparing a wedding banquet within a strict time limit while the manager installs his incompetent nephew among the kitchen staff.
    The show involves acrobatics, magic tricks, comedy, pantomime and audience participation.
  • And many other places to visit…
  • Seoul Tour Sample Itineraries for one day
  • All of our tours are designed to satisfy your specific request and you can create your own tour and book your tour including details on your inquiries form.
    Your enjoyable exploring the allurements of Seoul will certainly be magnified by your expert guide.
  • For those who would like to have a scheduled tour, you can choose one or more of sample itineraries below.
    After you provide us your inquiry form, we will contact you to finalize the details of your tour.
    Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your tour.
  • - Course A: Gyeongbokgung palace (inc. National folk Museum), Insadong (Antique street), Lunch (Korean), Traditional Market (Gwang Jang Market) or Dongdaemun shopping complex, Cheonggae Stream, Lotte World Theme Park, Dinner (Korean)
  • - Course B: Gang Nam Tour; Seon Jeong Neung; Royal Tombs, World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO, Apgujeong-dong/ Cheongdam-dong, Lunch (Korean), Gangnam GoTo underground shopping mall, Lotteworld Theme Park, Dinner (Korean)
  • - N Seoul Tower by Namsan Cable Car, Lunch (Korean), Myeongdong Fashion Street (free shopping), Gang Nam Tour; Apgujeong-dong (incl. Taking pictures at the front of SM Entertainment, JYP Entertainment buildings), Cheongdam-dong, Garosu-gil, Dinner (consult with your guide)
  • NIGHT-OUT TOUR (from 2pm to evening)
  • - Myeongdong Fashion Street or Gang nam Trendy Shopping Area
    - Famous Traditional Restaurant with Performance
    - Beautiful Night Viewpoint
    - Incl. Dinner and a Private Car
  • - Royal palace, Traditional Market, Traditional Korean Food & Hanbok Experience, Kimchi-making & Hanbok Experience or Watching a Performance MISO/ NANTA, Dinner (Korean BBQ or Samgye Tang)