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Your guide will pick you up from your Seoul hotel in the morning. The first place we will visit is Unhyungung Royal Residence which was the home of young Gojong, who later became Emperor during the Joseon Dynasty. The residence, under the orders of Queen Mother Jo was renovated into a grand, palace-like home. The Unhyungung, which means "small palace" is located right in the middle of the business district of Jongno-gu.

We then move to Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP) which is a blend of traditional buildings, relics and cutting-edge modern multicultural facilities. Near we will navigate the thousands of shops in the immense Dongdaemun district with help from your guide.

Afterwards, we will visit Ginseng Center. Ginseng is a medicinal herb that has long been used in maintaining physical vitality throughout the far-eastern countries including Korea and China. For your information, Korean Ginseng is the best of its efficacy.

Next stop, Gwangjang Market, which is famous for its abundance of street food. Bindaetteok, Bibimbap and Hotteok are the market's specialties. You will also have special activity in this place.

We will then move on to Seoul Express Bus Terminal. Underground area of the terminal offers a wide variety of stores and businesses (retail & wholesale distributors specializing in clothing, wedding planning, window furnishings, and flowers). This place is also famous for shopping.

Garosugil street is our next stop. The Gingko tree-lined street is a popular, upscale street in Seoul. The street (also known as ‘artists' street’) has an eccentric flair thanks to its variety of charmingly decorated coffee shops, and designer stores.

Our last stop, we will visit Cheongdamdong Galleria Department Store –The Galleria Department Store is well known as the most popular luxury-brand fashion mall in Seoul. Located in the wealthy district of Apgujeong-dong, Gangnam. The Galleria Department Store plays a leading role in today’s fashion industry as it offers a wide variety of high-class brands.

Inside there we will have dinner at Gourmet 494 - a food boutique. It offers carefully selected, eco-friendly products and healthy trends in dietary culture. Food from around the world can be chosen at this food court.

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Profundiza en la cultura coreana con un tour de día completo a la isla Namiseom y Petit France. Visita los lugares de rodaje de series de televisión coreanas y deléitate con el romanticismo del paisaje.

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- Contempla dónde se filman populares series de televisión coreanas
- Admira la belleza estacional de la isla Namiseom
- Visita una aldea cultural francesa en la campiña coreana

La explosión de popularidad de la cultura pop coreana se ha extendido a través del sudeste asiático, y con este tour puedes experimentarlo tú mismo. Visita los principales lugares de filmación y vive la “Ola Coreana” creciente. Namiseom es una de las islas más famosas en Corea del Sur por ser escenario de la filmación de la serie de televisión “Sonata de invierno”. Una isla con forma de media luna al norte del río Han repleta de una belleza cambiante según la temporada. La carretera rodeada de árboles metasequoia y los paisajes nevados convierten la isla Namiseom en un lugar perfecto para pasear entre la naturaleza.

Continúa por Petite France, en el corazón de la campiña de Corea del Sur, donde podrías llegar a pensar que te estás adentrando en un pueblo francés. Disfruta del ambiente de una aldea cultural francesa y toma hermosas fotos antes de regresar a Seúl.

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Spanning more than 310 miles (500 km) at about 0.62 miles (1 km) wide, the Han River (Hangang) is one of the most important rivers in South Korea. A full-on tourism destination, a warm or even brisk day affords you the chance to explore the well-groomed pedestrian walkways and bicycle paths. Take the kids around as visitors and locals alike enjoy the soothing ambiance of the river beside while jogging, fishing or just hanging out in one of its many cafes. If you are so inclined you can even jet ski.

The Hangang Park also has playgrounds if you just want to sit and relax while the kids use up some energy. Unfortunately there are no real restaurants, but it is still a great place to picnic with the family or a loved one. One of the more popular things to do here is to take a boat cruise for a relaxing ride around, or for special occasions, boats can be booked a night soiree.

There are several subway lines that will cross the river depending on where you are and where along the river you want to `go. For a lovely nighttime stroll, get out at the Yeouinaru Subway and `go directly to the Cascade shown on the directional map at the entrance of the park. Otherwise, if you are looking for a little exercise, you can rent bikes for the day for about $5 at a few easily accessible locations that also offer drop-off points.

One of the best ways to enjoy the surrounding scenery in Seoul is by going on a Han River Ferry Cruise. After pickup from your Seoul hotel, your evening begins with dinner at a popular local restaurant.

Once you've had your fill, you’ll head to the Han River, where you'll board a ferry for your 1hour river cruise. The cruise follows the river which flows through the city and offers spectacular views of the metropolis and its tourist spots such as the Jeoldusan Park, the 63 City Building, N Seoul Tower, Jamsil's Multi Sports Complex, and so much more.

Next, drive to Mt. Namsan, where the N Seoul Tower is perched. Go up to the observation deck, you’ll have about an hour to take in the 360-degree night views of Seoul and the surrounding area from the 774-foot-high (236-meter) tower, which includes an outdoor terrace. The view is so stunning that many consider N Seoul Tower the best tower in Asia.

As you go back to your hotel, we will drive along the Han Riverside Road to see Seoul from a different view

First Day : D.M.Z Tour

DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) is a buffer zone between two Koreas, bisecting the Korean Peninsula.

DMZ has been the most popular tourist spot of Korea for foreigners since the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. The purpose of the zone is to prevent the recurrence of war between North & South Korea.

The zone ranges 2 km north and south respectively from the ceasefire line of 1953. The land stretches across the Korean Peninsula 155 miles from the mouth of Han River to the East Coast.

It’s one of the most well-preserved wild-life refuges where peace and tension coexist. The President of Korea, Park Geun-hye, is pushing to build a “peace park” in the DMZ as a new symbol of political reconciliation and ecological conservation.

In essence, any DMZ tour is to experience the reality of division and to find the hope of future. The highlight of the tour is to explore a tunnel dug by North Korea. The tunnel was discovered by South Army as the third one among four tunnels, hence the name “The Third Tunnel”. It is a surreal experience to find a 1,635 meter tunnel at the depth of 73 meters underground. The infiltration tunnel was made by dangerous manual excavation work with dynamites, shovels and pick axes. The tunnel is located only four kilometers away from JSA, where the representatives of North Korea repeat their version of peace and reunification.

The other tourism spots include an observatory and a train station. The observatory sits on the top of a hill, from which you can observe the north area including the “Gaesung Industrial Complex”, the “Propaganda Village”, a huge statue of North Leader Kim Il-sung, etc. The train station is the northern most one of South Korea and it is physically connected to the North railway system, which again is linked to the Trans Eurasian Railway Network. Regardless of the frustrating diplomacy surrounding the Korean Peninsula, here you can find a hope to go to Europe by TRS (Trans-Siberian Railway).

Jeju Media Center, 837-20, Ildo 2 dong, Jeju

A performance provides visual pleasure, audio enjoyment and playful interaction, fulfilling every audience’s expectations.

Cookin’ NANTA is a universal performance without language barrier and age restriction. The fun and joy it brings can be full, beyond your wildest imagination!

A grumpy manager and a crew of humorous cooks with exaggerated body languages, peeling this here, chopping that there, and frying it over there, the whole kitchen rocks and rushes. It certainly gives a non-stop and a hilarious performance that brings laughter to every audience.

The producer Song Seung-hwan states in an interview saying that, the thrilled atmosphere of NANTA has made those who walk in the theatre as one of the stressed people from the city and walk out like a passionate child full of creativity.

Cookin’ NANTA can be enjoyed by people from all around the world and is about to make you laugh out loud throughout the show!

Since the first debut in 1997, Cookin’ NANTA has been on the road of success around the world, being the first in Asia, it opened a long-term performance on New York’s Broadway in 2004.

NANTA made its international debut in 1999 at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, where it received an award for best performance. Since then, it has been staged in the UK, Germany, Austria, Italy, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, the Netherlands, and Australia.

In 2013, over 9 millions of people around the world are enjoying NANTA’s spectacular performances. NANTA also received an award for Best Urban programme in 2009 and is being highly recommended by tourist and locals alike.

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Meet your guide upon hotel pickup and learn what to expect during your time at a Korean spa, or Jjimjilbang."Jjimjil" means heat bath to make people sweat using hot air. In some senses, it is similar to a sauna. However, the far infrared radiation emitted from red clay, elvan stones, and germanium heated to a high temperature (over 700 degrees Celsius), passes 4-5 cm beneath the skin and facilitates cell activities and blood circulation.

When you go to a jjimjilbang, you can find gyms, baths, barber shops, playgrounds for kids, karaoke, PC cafes, golf putting ranges, nailcare shops, massage rooms, cafeterias, restaurants and swimming pools. If you have not visited a jjimjilbang, you cannot say that you know Korea.

In the sauna lobby you will receive sauna ""outfits"" (shorts and shirt) and two small towels. The dry area is for men and women, everyone is wearing a spa outfit. After "jjimjil" in the hot air, soak in hot water and then scrubbing layers of dead skin, a typical Korean cleansing process. Renewed after this ritual, meet your guide for the drive back to your hotel.

Haeundae Centum Hotel

Explore the cultural treasures of beautiful city Gyeongju on a day trip from Busan. Visit UNESCO World Heritage sites, Bulguk Temple and Seokguram Grotto as well as other important historic places.

You will visit the UNESCO-listed Bulguksa Temple and its Seokguram Grotto, learning about the ancient Silla Kingdom. Then climb the astronomical observatory of Cheomseongdae and enjoy a Korean lunch at a local restaurant. At the end we will stop by Tumuli Park for a glimpse of Silla tombs of Cheonmachong and hear fascinating commentary from a guide Search for Silla treasures at the Gyeongju National Museum.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 128,07 €

We start at the Digital Pavilion located inside the Digital Media City in Sangam-dong. Discover fascinating IT-related products in its ubiquitous Lifestyle Experience Center. The four-story building, which covers a total area of 9,721 square meters, holds about 40 items on display. The Exploration Hall and the Imagination Hall are popular attractions among children.

We continue to the Seoul World Cup Stadium which is also known as the Sangam Stadium. The stadium was built for the 2002 FIFA World Cup and is shaped like a traditional Korean kite. It is also the second largest stadium in South Korea after the Seoul Olympic Stadium.

Afterwards, we'll head to the Samsung D'light Global Exhibition located within the Samsung Electronics Building in Seocho-dong. The name "D'light" combines the words "digital" and "light" to correlate with the company's vision of being a "guiding light to the digital world." Share the excitement seeing state-of-the-art technology and interacting with the items on display.

The tour continues to the COEX, Convention and Exhibition Center, which is a large-scale business town established in 1988. Located in Samseong-dong of the Gangnam-gu district, it is one of South Korea's largest convention and exhibition centers. The area is part of the COEX complex which includes the COEX Mall, three luxury hotels, the Korean City Air Terminal, a multiplex cinema, the COEX aquarium, and the Seven Luck Casino.

Various cultural assets including national treasures and tangible or intangible cultural heritages are well preserved in the Andong Hahoe Folk Village, and the whole village was designated as Important Folk Material No.122, also a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2010. People live in every house in the village and you can enjoy the true folk culture of Korea there. They regularly provide the traditional Korean mask dance (in summer several times a week, in winter just on Wednesday).

'Hahoe Folk Village

Hahoe Folk Village is a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO and one of the most famous destinations in Korea. Hahoe village is home to descendants of Pungsan Ryu clan and is well preserved for its traditional houses.

Andong Folk Museum

Andong is famous for Confucian culture, and you can see the liftstyles of the past and important cultural ceremonies at Andong Folk Museum. Andong Folk Museum has lots of exhibits based on the folk lives of the people.

Esta actividad es para un mínimo de 2 personas

desde 120,47 €

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