N Seoul Tower, Bukchon and Korean Folk Village Full day Tour

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This 9-hour tour is starting by taking an electric public bus to Namsan Park. Enjoy the panoramic view of Seoul on the top then visit Bukchon Hanok Village to explore the traditional architecture and life of Hanok. Stop by Korean Ginseng museum to learn about Korean traditional products. After a lunch with Korean foods then go to the Korean Folk Village to experience the lives of Joseon dynasty. Namsan Park and N Seoul Tower - Enjoy the panoramic view of Seoul in the central mountain - Have a chance to go up to N Seoul Tower observatory (optional) Bukchon Hanok Village - Experience walking through narrow alleys in traditional village - Appreciation of Korean architecture with traditional houses - Enjoy the views of mixture with old and new buildings Korean Folk Village - Learn about Korean history and life of Joseon Dynasty - Many photo spots and enjoy some performances - Exploring various type of houses and local government building in Joseon dynasty

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Seoul N Tour

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Stop At: Namsan Park

You will take a electric public bus with this tour to Namsan Park which allow to approach by eco-friendly public transportation only. It is located in the center of Seoul and about 270m high. Thanks to the location, we can enjoy the panoramic view of Seoul. It is also a park. So people enjoy hiking, picnic here. At night, the view of Seoul is so wonderful. N Seoul Tower in the Namsan Park is a radio transmission tower located on the Namsan Mountain. It was constructed in 1969 and was completed in1975. It is 236m high and 479 m above sea level. N Seoul Tower has 8 floors above the ground. We can overlook the entire city of Seoul from the observatory (Optional). During the Joseon Dynasty, there was a beacon tower next to Namsan Octagonal Pavilion and this is where the Joseon Shrine was located. Also it’s the best place where visitors can enjoy panoramic view of Seoul finding principal buildings such as offices, Royal Palaces, as well as mountains, Han river, bridges and parks.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village is a traditional Korean village in Seoul, that is known for its beautiful hanok (traditional Korean houses), cultural landmarks, and stunning views. Bukchon village was formed in the Joseon Dynasty and is located between Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung Palace. It's a great place to stay according to Feng-Shui theory as it has mountain at the back and water in front. This place has many historical sites, cultural assets and folklore materials, called a museum in the city. In the past Yangban stayed here because this place is very close to the palace. During the Japanese occupation from 1910-1945, a Korean housing developer purchased a big land in Bukchon Hanok Village and built the current type of hanok for people in 1920. And there is a lot of alleys so you can have good pictures here. It shows us a 600- year-old urban environment and enjoy the unique view with the mixture of old and new buildings. After the Bukchon, you will have a lunch with Korean foods.

Duration: 2 hour

Stop At: Korean Folk Village

The Korean Folk Village is a living museum located in Yongin where takes about 1 hour from Seoul. It is a popular tourist destination that showcases traditional Korean culture and way of life from the late Joseon Dynasty period (1392-1910). You can experience various aspects of traditional Korean life so you can appreciate the traditional Korean life and culture. And there are several performances here including traditional dance and music. The village is designed to be a replica of a typical Korean village from the Joseon Dynasty period and organized in order to help visitors to understand and experience people’s life in the past with different types of houses, market, governmental office etc. and includes over 260 traditional houses, various workshops, and historical landmarks. There are also numerous cultural performances and events that take place throughout the day.

Duration: 5 hour
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