TOUR - 3 : N Seoul Tower and Hanok Village

                  Morning Tour

RESERVATION
TOUR
TOUR-3
DURATION
09:00 ~ 12:30
DATE
Available Every day
PRICE

*A : KRW 50,000 p/p (min. 2 person)

        KRW 40,000 p/p (more than 5 person)

Child (age 4~10) : KRW 35,000 p/p


*B : KRW 60,000 p/p (min. 2 person)

       KRW 50,000 p/p (more than 5 person)

Child (age 4~10) : KRW 40,000 p/p

INCLUDED
Tour guide, Transportation, Admission fee
ITINERARY

 

*A : Hotel - Namsan Hanok Village - N Seoul Tower - Gwanghwamun Plaza -
       Cheonggyecheon stream - Korean Ginseng Center / Cosmetic Duty-free Shop -
       Drop (City Hall / Myeongdong)


*B : Hotel - Gwanghwamun Plaza - Cheonggyecheon stream - N Seoul Tower -
       Bukchon Hanok Village - Korean Ginseng Center / Cosmetic Duty-free Shop -
       Drop (City Hall / Myeongdong)

 

NOTE
** On Tuesday, the tour is available the itinerary *B only.
Information of Tourist Attraction
Namsan Hanok Village
Namsan Hanok village was well known traditionally for having lots of Yangban's residence. The Namsan Hanok Village is a place that has real hanok resided by Yangbans. The hanoks were moved from its original place. You can see the real houses of the old days and also lives of Joseon dynasty's people. Inside the village, there is a garden named namsangol traditional garden, which has traditional Korean plants, a small stream with a pond, and a gazebo. Inside the village, there is a time capsule under 15m of the ground, that has 600 relics representing lives of contemporary people and Seoul city in it.
N Seoul Tower
Opened to the public on October 15, 1980, Seoul Tower has been designated as a major tourist attraction where the beautiful panoramic view of Seoul can been seen. The 236.7 meter high Seoul Tower built on the 243m Mt. Namsan has been known as the best tower in Asia. After 30 years of devoted support from tourists, it was remodeled on December 9, 2005 with a magnificent new look. The letter N signifies a 'new' look, and a total construction cost of 15 billion won was invested in to giving Seoul Tower its new look. With the construction of the new lighting system, the appearance, color and pattern of the tower brings change to each season or event. In addition, with the theme of 'Flower of Seoul,' lighting with the use of 6 different searchlights from different angles will take place from 7p.m. to midnight.
Gwanghwamun Plaza
On August 1st, 2009, the redesigned Gwanghwamun Square opened to the public. With the inauguration of the square, Sejong-ro, located at the center of the 600-year-old historic city of Seoul, was transformed into a human-centered space that harmonizes with the beautiful scenery of Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukaksan Mountain.
Cheonggyecheon Stream
Cheonggyecheon Stream used to exist merely as an overpass neglected in 1970 until it was restored in 2005, becoming a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life. Narae Bridge, expressing a butterfly in flight, and Gwanggyo Bridge, symbolizing the harmony of the past and future, are just two of the more than twenty beautiful bridges featured along the path of the stream. The 'Rhythmic Wall Stream', lined with fine marble, various sculptures, and Korea's 8th stone building, Palseokdam, adorn the Cheonggyecheon Stream.

Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called 'hanok' that date back to the Joseon Dynasty and the name, 'Bukchon,' which literally translates to 'northern village'. Today, many of these hanoks operate as cultural centers, guesthouses, restaurants and tea houses, providing an opportunity to experience, learn and immerse in Korean traditional culture.