14:00pm ~ 19:00pm
Tuesdays ~ Sundays (*Closed Mondays)
■ Hotel pickup and drop-off
■ Tour guide
■ Dinner (*Menu: Bibimbap)
■ Snacks (*Jilsiru-Tea, Rice Cake)
■ Personal Expenses
Seoul Hotel Rian→Via Lotte Hotel Seoul→[UNESCO] Changdeokgung Palace→Bukchon Hanok Village : Bukchon Cultural Center, Han sang soo Embroidery Museum, Bukchon Best Photo Zone(View #4,#5,#6), Kokdu Museum→Jilsiru (Rice Cake Cafe) & Jilsiru Rice Museum (Inc. Tea, Rice Cake)→Naksan park, Seoul Fortress→Dinner (*Menu : Bibimbap)→Seoul Hotel Rian
Changdeokgung Palace was built in 1405 during the early Joseon Dynasty as the main residence for members of the royal family.
Changdeokgung was designated as UNESCO’s World Cultural Heritage in February 1997.
Bukchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called ‘hanok’ that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. The name, ‘Bukchon,’ which literally translates to ‘northern village,’ came about as the neighborhoods that the village covers lie to the north of the two significant Seoul landmarks, Cheonggyecheon
Jilsiru(Rice Cake Cafe) is a modern cafe serving a panoply of traditional snacks. Customers may enjoy the wide variety of tteok (rice cake), hangwa (Korean traditional sweets & cookies), and traditional organic beverages at this cafe with a sophisticated interior.
The fortress was conducted immediately after Joseon was founded and underwent a long period of rebuilding.
You can enjoy the great view of downtown Seoul while walking along the wall.