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Gyeongbokgung Palace & Seoul Highlights

The best way to explore the city Seoul and old city, Hanyang.

  • 99,000 South Korean won
  • Sajik-ro

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Spend your day exploring the best of Seoul! Start from Jogyesa Temple in the Insadong area, the head temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism. Continue to Gwanghwamun Square and see the statues of King Sejong the Great and Admiral Yi Sun-sin. Visit Gyeongbokgung Palace and its museum, established in 1395 as the main palace in the Joseon Dynasty. While learn the history of Joseon Dyansty, take some time to look around the palace and admire the architecture. See Cheongwadae, former home of president of South Korea, also known as the Blue House. Relax in the area with views of the mountains surrounding it, before visiting Seochon. Continue to Tongin Traditional Market and see Hanok (traditional house) in Seochon Village, one of the oldest district in Seoul. Enjoy Korean herbal tea in this hidden gem. A perfect way to explore Seoul and learn its history and culture in a half-day! :) On this tour we will see; - Insadong (The area has lot of traditional goods and cafes) - Jogyesa temple (The head temple of Jogye order of Korean Buddhism) - Gwanghwamun squre (A statue of King Sejong the Great, and Admiral Yi Sunshin stand in the square) - Gyeongbokgung palace (The main palace among five palaces in the Joseon Dynasty ) - Cheongwadae, Blue house (Former presidential residence) - Tongin market (Established in 1941 as a public market for Japanese residents) - Seochon village (One of the oldest villages in Seoul with traditional Korean houses (Hanok) and nice cafes) Check out Instagram for more photos and videos! :) @honeytrailkorea @honeytrailtravel *** Inclusive Tea, Gyeongbokgung ticket *** Not Inclusive Travel Insurance, Hotel Pick-up, Food, Personal Expenses, Souvenirs, Public Transportation Tickets Extra Food / Drinks


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