Outline of Korea Tour

If you want to have a very special experience in Korea, the DMZ area will be your best choice. DMZ, which serves as a buffer zone between South and North Korea and provides a better understanding of the history and fraught relationship between the two Koreas, A Course (approx. 3 hours): Departure from Imjingak → The 3rd Tunnel (DMZ video room) → Dora Observatory → Dorasan Station → Tongilchon Jikpanjang → Tongilchon Village Museum → Return to Imjingak. Have lunch with a Korean traditional meal near the DMZ area.


After that, you will visit Namsan Hanok Village, and you may find it interesting that this traditional Korean village is located between modern skyscrapers. This village has five restored traditional Korean houses, a pavilion, a pond, and a time capsule as well, making it a perfect spot to take a leisure walk.


Also, enjoy the panoramic view of Seoul and the surrounding areas at the Observatory of N-Seoul Tower, which has been a famous attraction since it opened to the public on October 15, 1980.


Finally, transfer to Itaewon Street, which is the most exotic place in Seoul, to spend a day of shopping, dining, and hanging out. Itaewon holds a long history in its making and is the first place most tourists want to visit in Korea. After the U.S. set up a military base in Korea during the 1970s, many foreigners stationed at the base settled near the Itaewon area, naturally developing the region into a shopping district catering to foreigners.


Get back to the hotel.



  • DMZ Tour
  • Namsan Hanok Village
  • N-Seoul Tower
  • Itaewon Street


  • Roundtrip transportation from and to your hotel
  • Meals as stated in your itinerary
  • Entrance Fee


  • Other drinks and refreshments are not stated.
  • Personal expenditure
  • Tips
  • Travel insurance

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