Journey to two of Seoul's UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Changdeokgung Palace, one of the Five Grand Palaces and the Confucian Jongmyo Shrine. You can also stop by Sejong Center, home to cultural arts.
Seoul is home to four UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and this morning excursion visits two of them. With a convenient pick-up at your hotel, start your morning with a fascinating tour of Changdeokgung Palace, known for blending harmoniously with its natural surroundings.
Later visit Jongmyo Shrine, dedicated to the memory of the kings and queens of the Joseon Dynasty. This is the oldest royal Confucian shrine, having been preserved since the 14th century. At Namsan Hanok Village experience life in ancient Korea as you explore the five restored hanok (traditional houses).
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Scenic Spots in Bukchon
Jongmyo Royal Shrine (Insadong on Tuesdays)
A Confucian shrine dedicated to the memory of the monarchs of the Joseon Dynasty, and houses the ancestral tablets of the kings and queens of yore.
Insadong is a bustling neighborhood and was once the go-to place for antiquities. The area is also known for winding interconnected alleys.
Changdeokgung Palace (Gyeongbokgung on Mondays)
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Changdeokgung Palace is a gorgeous example of traditional Korean architecture.
Gyeongbokgung is the largest palace built by the Joseon Dynasty. The palace is regarded as one of the grandest in Korea and it also houses the National Palace Museum.
Sejong Center (National Museum of Korean Contemporary History on Mondays)
See the vast home for cultural arts in Seoul, the Sejong Center. Named after King Sejong the Great, the center is separated into several galleries and theatres.
*Sejong Center is closed on Mondays. The tour will visit the National Museum of Korean Contemporary History instead.
Drop-off at Myeongdong
Price & Options
If less than 2 participants are booked, the activity may not operate.
The tour company cannot be held responsible for any personal incidents or loss of personal belongings during the tour.
Depending on the traffic in Seoul, the pick-up service may occasionally be delayed.
Jonymo Royal Shrine is closed on Tuesdays. On days when it is closed the tour will visit the National Palace Museum.
You can book a minimum of 2.
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Any cancellations made after 18:00, 1 business day prior to the activity will be subject to a charge of 50% of the total amount.