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[MT01]SIC - Palace Morning tour

  • Price
    ₩45,600
  • Departure
  • Time
    09:00~12:30
  • Minimum No. of Pax
    1 persons
Inclusions


Exclusions


1DAY

Itinerary

[09:00~12:30]

Meet a guide at the hotel 

 * Meeting time is different depends on the hotel 

 * Meeting time will be provided after confirmation 

Blue House (Pass by)
Changing of the Guard Ceremony
Gyeongbok Palace (Deoksu Palace on Tuesdays)
National Folk Museum (History Museum on Tuesdays)
Jogyesa Buddist Temple
Ginseng Center
Drop off at City Hall


  • Gyeongbok Palace

    Let's say, if you are given to choose only one place to visit in Korea, you must go to the Gyeongbok Palace, which is the largest and main one among the royal palaces. Visiting this place will make you to share your travel experience of Korea with others.


    Closed
    Tuesdays

  • National Folk Museum

    Everthing is here! Over 98,000 artifacts are featured here in Korean National Folk Museum.
    You will see a daily life of Korean from prehistoric times to the end of the Joseon Dynasty in 1910.


    image copyright (c) visitkorea

  • Jogyesa Buddhist Temple

    It is very easy to access to this temple because it is located in the heart of the city nearby most of tourist attractions.
    The temple was first established in 1395 at the beginning of the Joseon Dynasty, quite long right?
    It is within bounds to say that this temple is with our history.


    image copyright (c) Kim, Jiho KTO

  • Korea Ginseng

    Korean ginseng is commonly referred to as an overall well-being medication. This is because it affects several systems in the body (such as the immune system, reproductive system, and neurological system).


    Ginseng has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine for improving overall health. It has been used to help fight off stress, lower blood sugar, as well as treat male erectile dysfunction and many other conditions. Korean ginseng is known for its ability to help regulate mood, strengthen the immune system, and improve cognition. 


    image copyright (c) Flickr