- Seoul City Tour
- Changdeokgung: Constructed in the early 15th century and was designed to harmonize with the natural surroundings of the area. It boasts beautiful gardens, pavilions, and other structures that showcase traditional Korean architecture.
- Gyeongbokgung: Built in the late 14th century and was once the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty. It has undergone extensive restoration efforts and is now considered one of the most iconic landmarks in Seoul.
- Changgyeonggung: Built in the 15th century and served as a secondary residence for the royal family. It features a unique blend of Chinese and Korean architectural styles and is known for its tranquil atmosphere and beautiful lotus ponds.
Other places to visit
Travel with us to just outside the Demilitarized Zone, where we will descend into the tunnel dug by the North Korean army in to the south, in preparation for a sneak attack. The Korean Demilitarized Zone is a strip of land running across the Korea Peninsula that serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea. The DMZ is the only place in the world where confronting ideologies still face each other. The only permanent residents of the DMZ are the various plants and animals that are sheltered from human contact. This is the only place where peace and tension coexist and people who long for peace continue to visit without fail.The Korean Folk Village which vividly recreates the lifestyle of the Joseon Period is nestled 41 kilometers south of Seoul where clear streams flow through lush forests. The total area of 66,550 square meters embraces a government office, a forge, a pottery kiln, a village school, a rice cake shop and a 99-room nobleman¡¯s residence. It also contains about 270 farmhouses that feature the characteristics of each region.
- War Museum (The War Memorial of Korea)