This compact tour is designed to show Korea’s traditional feature that seamlessly blend the old with the new.
Gyeongbokgung Palace is main palace of Joseon dynast built in typical formal palace architecture and largest palace among 5 Joseon palaces.
Bukchon Hanok Village is largest cluster of about 1,000 hanoks that features the traditional folk culture of Korea. Hanok is housing for the upper class of the Joseon Dynasty.
”HiKR Ground” is a Korean tourism publicity center where visitors can experience K-Pop and view media art at the same time, which is located at the bank of Cheonggyecheon with 10.9-kilometre-long (6.8 mi) modern public recreation space in downtown Seoul. Cheongyecheon is symbol of modern Seoul, and it has long history since it was built in the beginning of Joseon Dynasty as a drainage system, but turned into beautiful ecological scenery place in 1028.
09:00: Meetings at Gwanghwamun plaza
09:10~10:00: Move to Cheonggyecheon, and tour to Hiker Ground
10:00~12:00: Tour to Gyeongbokgung Palace
12:00~12:30: Move to Bukchon Hanok Village
12:30~13:30: Tour to Bukchon Hanok Village