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VIP Fullday Tour (12-3)

  • 쨌 Time 09:00-18:00
    쨌 Number of persons 4
    쨌 Price 180,000 KRW
    쨌 Itinerary
    Hotel 넂 The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony 넂 Gyeongbok Palace 넂 The National Folk Museum 넂 N Seoul tower 넂 RedPine or Ginseng Center 넂 Lunch(Bibimbap) 넂 Changdeok Palace 넂 Han River Cruise 넂 RedPine or Ginseng Center 넂 Yongsan Electronics Market 넂 Hotel
    쨌 Conditions
    * Gyeongbok Palace will be replaced by another tourist attraction when it is closed on Tuesdays.
    * Changdeok Palace is closed on Mondays and will be replaced by another tourist attraction. 

    Reservation On Website ONLY

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  • Highlight of Tour Spot

    Highligh - Hangang
    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.


    Built in 1394 which is 100 years earlier when Columbus landed his first foot on America continental, Gyeongbokgung Palace is a main palace among five palaces keeping 600 years history of Seoul where the last emperor of Chosun dynasty stayed. There are two different parts in the palace, Naejeon(inner court) where emperor and family stay and Oejeon(outer court) for politics and governances.
    Geunjeongjeon is the throne hall where the king formally granted audiences to his officials, gave declarations of national importance. Sajeongjeon is executive office where the king or emperor carried out his executive duties and held meetings with top government officials. Gangnyengjeon is where the king셲 bed chamber is located. Gyotaejeon is for queens and Jagyeongjeon is the only royal residing quarters for the late queens. There are so many parts designed for different functions and different residences in the Palace. So palace is not an single architect but one big area with several sectors or towns.
    There are also many interesting architectural elements. For example, Haetae is an imaginary animal which is known as a spiritual and mysterious being that jumps on a person who did a wrong thing, and butts with horns.
    You can find out more interesting stories and secrets of the Chosun dynasty and palaces with Cosmojin guide.

    The Hangang (River) Cruise is one of the best ways to enjoy the Hangang (River). There are 8 different docks from which to board, including Yeouido, Jamsil, Yangwha, Ttukseom, Sangam, Seoul Forest, Jamdubong and Seonyudo. The cruises have different themes allowing passengers to enjoy live performances and fine dining as they admire the scenery. The romance of the Hangang makes river cruises very popular with lovers all throughout the year.

    Taking a cruise is a great way to enjoy the fresh air and get away from it all. Enjoy spectacular nighttime views of the Hangang on themed cruises with live magic and delicious food, guaranteed to create unforgettable memories for families, lovers and friends alike. There are also seasonal events including a flower cruise in spring and a migratory bird cruise in autumn.

    Yongsan Electronics Shopping Mall is the largest electronic shopping complex in Korea, a country famous as an IT powerhouse. The complex houses a total of 10 shopping malls and features all kinds of electrical appliances and components as well as computers, attracting a great number of customers. The complex is also easily accessible via public transportation as it is connected to Yongsan Station.

    The site of the complex was once home to an agricultural and marine products market. However, with Seoul셲 improvement project for the capital area and the formation of Garak-dong Agricultural & Marine Products Market, the dealers in Yongsan relocated their businesses to Garak-dong in 1987. Subsequently, tradesmen from Seun Arcade, an electronic shopping center situated in Jongno, moved into the empty units left behind by the market traders and the present-day shopping complex started to develop.


    Korea셲 largest electronic shopping center

    With the ever-increasing fever in the computer and cellular phone markets, the complex is always bustling with people looking for the latest products. The complex stocks a wide range of goods allowing for customers to easily compare the prices and quality of products.

  • Itinerary

    Trendy Seoul has 5000 years history? Are you curious about Korean history? Do you want to know how Seoul was like in 500 years ago? Did you know there was strict social status system in Korea? Do you want to find hot places in the most crowded city, Seoul? You are no longer stranger here with Cosmojin guide.

    Seoul City tour number 12-1. You will see yesterday and today of Korea and its culture.

    Lunch is Korean traditional meal that surprises you with more than 10 different dishes.

    Visit all the romantic places in Seoul and learn anything about Korea from your tour guide. Keeping in mind of Korea history from palace tour, find the connection between old history and today. Incredible success of Korea from the scratch, many people call Korea Hanriver miracle. You can feel the miracle of Hanriver on the river cruise.

    Mobile devices, cameras, all the other electronics are to be found at one place with great deal. All the schedule will be interesting experience of time travel.

    Highlights
    - Seoul historical ,Cultural and heritage tour of Seoul
    - Visit an exhibition center to learn about the past, present and future of Korea셲 culture and politics
    - Explore Gyeongbokgung Palace, the largest of the Five Grand Palaces and arguably Seoul셲 most beautiful
    - Learn about life in Korea from ancient times to today at the National Folk Museum
    - N Seoul Tower, 360 view of Seoul
    - Upgraded Lunch
    - Changdeokgung, Unesco World Heritage
    - Han River Cruise - Great overview of Seoul from the river
    - Yongsan Electronics Shopping complex - Every devices you are looking for with great deal

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    * Gyeongbok Palace will be replaced by another tourist attraction when it is closed on Tuesdays.
    * Changdeok Palace is closed on Mondays and will be replaced by another tourist attraction. 




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