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Seochon & Tongin Market
Traditional village and market at the west of “Gyeongbokgung Palace” (a main royal palace of Joseon dynasty, 1392 AD – 1910 AD)
- See old book stores, motels, and boutique shops!
Plaza with with “King Sejong” (a Korean alphabet creator) and “Yi Sun-sin” (a navy commander who won victories against Japanese navy) sculptures, underground museum, and Korea’s 1st comic store.
- Take photos in the background of “Gyeongbokgung Palace” and
Modern stream with waterfall, fountains, and 22 bridges, replacing former transport infrastructure
- Walk and say hello to couples & families!
Walled compound of palace during Joseon dynasty until the merger of Korea by Japan in 1910 (fee: 1,000 won, about 1 USD per person)
Only palace with Western-style buildings
- See “Rotating Ceremony of Chief Gatekeeper” (showing gatekeepers'
controlling gate and checking passersby)!
- Walk on the “Stone-wall Road” (a couples’ favorite place and filming
- Drop by old/new city halls.
- Visit “Jeong-dong Jeil Church” (a Korea’s 1st methodist church).
Foreign commercial town with international restaurants, bars, and clubs
- Stop by Seoul’s oldest foreign book store, pottery shop, and cafe!
- Visit Muslim mosque, “Antique Furniture Street”, and “Vinyl &
Plastic” (an analog record shop)!
• Recommend to eat in Seochon:
- In Tongin Market, make your own lunch box purchased
with traditional coins.
- In Hyoja Bakery, try bread delivered to “Blue House” (a president
residence) for 30 years.
Showing around the bar streets, clubs, be friends with local people, Night food tour.
and introducing any type of night culture, art, music, scenes by your preference.
Korean Tour Guides are highly professional, licensed and go through a serious vetting process. They offer their own tours, but you can always ask them to customize it to your own interests.
6 years experienced freelance English walking tour guide in South Korea
I am planning and leading customized, package, and incentive tours (on old/new Korea, K-pop, shopping, pretty towns, nature, B2B/B2C meetings, etc).
I also guided Korean travelers in 20+ countries in Europe, Africa, Philippine, and Canada for 3 years while managing event guest itineraries & escorting in the United Nations and NGOs.
Clients have truly appreciated my efficient tour routes, unique storytelling skills, and deep knowledge of local spots. They have valued me as a colorful, flexible, and pleasant guide who naturally makes fun time, handles any situations, and always maximizes clients’ satisfaction.
- Propose customized tours.
- Itinerary change, (price will change relatively) time schedule, and number of clients are flexible.
- Give Korea travel tips.