Seoul City Tour – All in one Full Day Tour(7-1)


• Package Tours / History / Shopping / Dinning
• Seoul palace and market tour with a friendly and knowledgeable guide
• Marvel at the pavilions and gardens of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Changdeokgung Palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace and Jogyesa Buddhist Temple


Pick up Place → The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony → Gyeongbok Palace → The National Folk Museum → Pass By The Presidential Blue House → Driving Tour → Lunch(Bibimbap) → Changdeok Palace → Ginseng Center → Insadong → Namdaemun Market → Hotel

[MINIMUM] 1 Person

[TIME]  09:00 ~ 17:30

[INCLUSION]  Guide, Transportation, Admission Fee, Hotel Pick up Service (in Seoul)


1. Pick-up service may be delayed due to traffic.


1. In case of heavy traffic during National Holidays this tour may be cancelled
2. Lunch is not included in a half day tour.
3. Traditional performance at the Korean Folk Village will be cancelled in case of rain or snow.
4. In case some sites of the tours are closed, a visit to alternative places will apply.
5. Cosmojin cannot take responsibility for any injuries or losses incurred while on tour.



[ All in one Full Day Tour(7-1) ]

Most people know Korea for K-pop and a strong IT Industry, but have you noticed that Korea is the country with thousands of years of history and is a racially homogeneous nation?

If you are an international traveler, you might know that Seoul is one of the rare cities that has hundreds years historic footprints. You will see high-tech right next to thousand-year-old tradition. The palace is the one of the popular historical sites. The Chosun Empire ended in 1910, while Seoul was the capital of the Josun dynasty for the past 500 years. There are 5 important palaces you don’t want to miss and they are the most popular sites for visitors.

What is your first impression of the word “Palace?” Is it a place for kings and noble families? That’s true but only a part of it. You will see the area where kings and families lived with 2000 people to rule the whole nation. Only parts of palaces remain which makes many people think they’re only for kings and family. The palace was the place for discussions on how to rule the country. The palace was like a huge company running a big organization, a nation where 2000 people worked together inside. Most people now understand the palace as only for the king and family after modern city development.

After the second world war, the family of the Korean empire became normal average people and there was no more empire. All the palaces belongs to the Republic of Korea. Does your country have a king and family? Do you still have a palace for them? There is no more king and family in Korean society, but most Koreans all remember them and their history as they are an all-important part of history, although it was not happy ending.

There were 2 big important functions of the palace. “Kweol” is where all governors, ministers, scholars and the king got together, had important discussions, and made decisions. “Koong” is located in the center of the palace where the king and his family stayed. You can enjoy it more if you understand that the whole palace was designed for efficiency of communication with people who visited or stayed there. There are places for politics, the living area for the king and his family, and gardens. Take a close look and experience how all the functions and locations were designed and connected. There are 5 palaces in Seoul. Gyeongbokgung, Changdeokgung, Changkyeong-gung, Gyeongungung(Deoksu Palace), and Gyeongheegung.

Eastern Asian palaces are noted for the generally common characteristics of their design that includes “naturalism” and “humanism” but the philosophy behind and representation style element differed from country to country.



[The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony]
Every hour on the hour from 10 am to 4pm, the chief gatekeeper changing ceremony has been continued, which happened during Joseon Dynasty symbolizing safety of the kings and security of the nation, and guiding of the prestige.


[Gyeongbok Palace]
Kyeongbokgung Palace is one of the oldest of the five places in Seoul. It is such a great and magnificent building as a representative of Joseon Dynasty. It shows off the beauty of its construction.Through this, it can be a representative tourism spot for foreigners to understand the tradition and history of Korea.This tour course takes around one and a half hours; you will see remarkable pavilions like Kyunghoiru and Hyangwonjung, and beautiful/classy wooden and stone structures as Kyungcheonsaji 10-story tower, you also will see Kyotaejeon and Kangnyungjun places where you can experience the life of noble people with a guide.
The choicest tour place for foreign tourists.
Gyungbok-gung Palace is the starting point of 500 years of history in Joseon Dynasty.
You will defiantly enjoy the stroll around the place feeling the quiet and peaceful mood.
It can be a representative tourism spot for foreigners to understand the tradition and history of Korea.
If you want to know the history of Korea properly, you should visit this place.


[The National Folk Museum]
National Folk Museum of Korea has been researching daily life of Korea from the past to present and preserving and displaying folk culture of ancestors in Korea as a representative life history museum.
This is one of the best location to explain Korean history and culture easily to foreigners.



[Pass By The Presidential Blue House]
This tour is a driving tour course, which stops by Choonchugwan, the main building of the Blue House, and Youngbingwan. During this tour, information and explanations about each building and optimistic parts of current government will be provided by your guide.
We recommend this informative opportunity to foreign tourists, which gives you an opportunity to look around the most famous house in Korea, the Blue House.


Bibimbap (Korean pronunciation: [bibimbap], sometimes anglicized bi bim bap or bi bim bop) is a signature Korean dish. The word literally means “mixed rice”. Bibimbap is served as a bowl of warm white rice topped with namul (sautéed and seasoned vegetables) and gochujang (chili pepper paste), soy sauce, or doenjang, a salty soybean paste. A raw or fried egg and sliced meat (usually beef) are common additions. The hot dish is stirred together thoroughly just before eating. In South Korea, Jeonju, Jinju, and Tongyeong are especially famous for their versions of bibimbap. In 2011, it was listed at number 40 on the World’s 50 most delicious foods readers’ poll compiled by CNN Travel


[Changdeok Palace]
Changdoekgook Palace is the only place that is designated as a World Heritage site within Korean palaces.
Changdeokgoong palace receives a lot of praises for its beauty and is well remained as its original state.
Especially the back garden, which occupies over half of the palace, shows the beauty of the Korean traditional garden the most well.
This place is where the kings of Joseon Dynasty had relived their stressed and spirits from state affairs in the past.
Let us become like a king of the past during the Joseon times and take a stroll and rest around the backyard of the Changdoekgook Palace.


[Ginseng Center]
Ginseng is renowned for its effectiveness as a great healer for living ever so young.
Especially if you eat ginseng when you lose your energy, it really helps to regain energy.
Korea is acknowledged by the world because of the quality of ginseng as if it is the birthplace of ginseng.
You can experience various kinds of ginseng products like gingersnap, extract, ginseng preserved in honey, and other great quality of products made in Korea.


When foreign celebrities visit Korea, they always stop by this area; the closest Korean styled avenue, this is Insa-dong.

Not only hundreds of art galleries are there but, dozens of traditional handcraft shop, antique art markets, and traditional tea houses. Because of the development of modern civilizations, many foreign Coffee shops and restaurants have launched around the place, yet this area unconventionally use Korean on their gate signs.


[Namdaemun Market]
The oldest traditional market Namdaemun market has been originated from 14th year of king Taejong (1414). Merchants were allowed to open shops around Namdaemun which now became modern market.

As is its long history, the scale is huge. 17 acre large size of land where 54 acre size of shopping flats are located. Not by only just size of the market but you will be surprised by the variety of what you can buy. Except the construction materials and furnitures, you can literally find everything. Food, medicine, fashion items and so on.

Although the each shop occupies tiny area, they have unique echo system to sustain their business model. They buy directly things from manufactures or someone nearby to minimize distribution cost. And you can find many shops are selling their own products which means merchants are the manufacturers.








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