Outline of Korea Tour
- Get into the history of the division of Korea and sorrow of Korean war
- Roundtrip transportation from and to your hotel
- Meals as stated in your itinerary
- Entrance Fee
- Other drinks & refreshments not stated
- Personal expenditure
- Travel insurance
Days of Operation
Private *minimum of 2 guests
Around 10:00 AM
Casual. Comfortable clothing with walking shoes.
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.
Namsan Hanok Village
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.
Enjoy the panoramic view of Seoul and the surrounding areas at the Observatory of N-Seoul Tower which is one of the famous attraction since it opened to the public on October 15, 1980.
Itaewon Street 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.