Daily Tours Morning tours 1) Palace morning tour
TOUR 1 Palace Morning Tour
TOUR 1 Morning Tour

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Hotel - Blue House(Stop by) - Changing of the Guard Ceremony - Gyeongbokgung Palace(Deoksugung Palace on Tuesdays) - National Folk Museum (History Museum on Tuesdays) - Jogyesa Buddhist Temple - Ginseng Center - Itaewon Drop

Blue House
Official residence of the president is called "The Blue House".The symbol of the Blue House, which is at the center of Korean politics, is the blue tiles. The first thing that catches your eye when you arrive at the Blue House is also the blue tiles of the main building. The blue tiles and the smooth roof are in beautiful harmony with Mt. Bugaksan behind it.

Gyeongbokgung PalaceGyeonbokgung Palace is a palace erected during the reign of king Taejo, founder of the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910) which was the final kingdom in Korea, but it was destroyed in the Japanese invasion of 1592. It was reconstructed in 1868. It has 4 gates including the southern main gate, Gwanghwamum.

National Folk MuseumThe National Folk Museum is located on the compound of Gyeongbok palace. It shows you the traditional life of both the ordinary people and aristocracy. It has exhibits from all parts of Korea. There ae displays of traditional farming methods, hunting, weaving, cooking and other house keeping chores.

Jogye Temple Jogyesa Temple leads to the Zen Buddhism in Korea. This temple does not give off the solemn and traditional feelings of the other temples located in the deep mountains. But it has some advantages compared to the other temples because the transportation is very convenient and this temple is well connected to the surrounding city area.

Itawon has been a residential area for foreigners every since the Joseon Dynasty(1392-1910), and continues to have a high concentration of foreigners living in the housing nearby and on the American army base. The shopping district in Itawon is particularly well-known with some 1,350 shops located in the area. Goods and prices vary from dirt-cheap bargains to luxury items like furs.