08:30am ~ 12:00pm
■ Hotel pick-up
■ Tour guide
■ Personal Expenses
Seoul Hotel Rian→Pass by (*Deoksugung Palace – Namdaemun – Seoul Station)→
The main gate of the Blue House ‘Cheongwadae’(*Souvenir Photo)→
Cheongwadae Saragchae (*Outside of the building on Monday)→
The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony (10:00~12:00)→
Gyeongbokgung Palace & National Folk Museum (*Deoksugung Palace on Tuesday)→
Amethyst Factory or Ginseng Center→
Drop off at Myeongdong Lotte Hotel or Namdaemun Market
The original first name calls Sungryemuni and that is Namdaemun even if is southerly to main gate of castle which is enclosing Chosyn Period Seoul capital city.
Major railway station in Seoul, the capital of South Korea. The station is served by the Gyeongbu Line and Gyeongui Line.
Deoksugung Palace is special among Korean palaces. It has a modern and a western style garden and fountain.
The Changing of the Royal Guard is in front of Daehanmun Gate.
Cheonggyecheon Stream is an 11km long modern stream that runs through downtown Seoul.
Created as part of an urban renewal project, Cheonggyecheon is a restoration of the stream that was once there before during the Joseon Dynasty.
Cheongwadae(The Blue House) the presidential residence of the Republic of Korea and is regarded as the heart of the nation. cheongwadae Saranchae is a Korean presidential exhibition center.
The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony is a great oppotrunity to experience a rare traditional scene in Korea. Be sure to bring a camera to take lots of pictures. The guards’ splendid costumes, with their brilliant primary colors, are a real pleasure to see.
Gyeongbokgung Palace built in 1394 as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910)by its founder King Taejo, it is the most comprehensive and grandest of the five palace of the period.
National Folk Museum of Korea displays about 4,000 items on Korea’s traditional way of life. There are three permanent exhibition halls, two special exhibition halls, a shop and a reference room.