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Full of towering sky-scrappers, palaces, street markets with numerous options street food and Buddhist monasteries, Seoul is the hub of mixed religions but homogeneous population, a city of buzzing energy and modernity blended with rooted traditions. Most appropriately the capital of South Korea, the city has built itself into a commercial center and cultural destination for most of the country and even the outside world.

Day 1: Seoul City Sightseeing

Arrive at Incheon Airport.
Hanbok Experience: Experience life as an aristocrat from the Joseon Dynasty by donning on a beautiful Korean hanbok.
Gyeongbokgung Palace: This is the grandest of Korea’s Five Grand Palaces, and served as the main palace for the Joseon family and their court. Bukchon Traditional Village: The streets are narrow and winding, and full of all unique stores, like the Donglim Knot Workshop.
Dinner at Namdaemun Market: The place is full of great shopping options and delicious street food!

Day 2: Nami Island Tour from Seoul

Petite France: You will enjoy Petite France, a quaint French cultural village. Tuck into any of the French-style buildings and eat French cuisine, enjoy a traditional European puppet show, and listen to a 200-year-old-music box.
Gangchon Rail Park: Choose from the 2, 3, or 4-person seater Rail bike and enjoy the beautiful Gangwon-do countryside. Pedal along now-defunct train lines and drink in the fresh air, clear skies, lush landscapes, and stunning view of the Bukhangan River.
Picnic Lunch and Nami Island: Enjoy a hearty lunch of spicy chicken galbi at the scenic Nami Island. Every inch of Nami Island is picture-perfect—riverside pathways, colorful forests, and KDrama filming sites!
Seoul Night Life: You can head to the Itaewon District for the best clubs and pubs, or maybe head to any of Hongdae’s many event venues some live music and beers.

Day 3: Everland Theme Park

Who says amusement parks are just for kids? Everland, Korea’s most popular theme park, if full of thrilling rides and stellar attractions.

Day 4: Culture and History

Although a sobering tour, a trip to the Koreas’ Demilitarized Zone (or DMZ) will give you an up-close look into the elusive North Korea and a better understanding of one of the world’s longest cold wars.
Traditional Royal Cuisine Restaurant: Level up your culinary experience, and feast like royalty.
N Seoul Tower: Drink in the spectacular panoramic view of Seoul City from the N Seoul Tower.

Day 5 Exploring Myeongdong

On your last day in Seoul, take it easy and explore the city like a local. There’s really no wrong way to go about this, especially with Seoul’s world-class public transportation system. You can enjoy the NANTA Show, Korea’s proven that they’re just natural performers. So on your last night, treat yourself to a live show like the world-famous NANTA. This award-winning show will take you on a wildly entertaining culinary lesson.

Day 6: Flight Back

Departure from Incheon International Airport. Your delightful journey in Seoul ends today.

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