Enjoy this half-day afternoon tour of Seoul, highlights of which include: Bukchon Hanok Village, Naksan park, Changdeokgung Palace and two delicious food stops first at café where you can enjoy a tteok, and then at a restaurant, where you can enjoy a bibimbap dinner.
You will be picked-up from your hotel and head to the first stop - the Changdeokgung Palace, while passing through the shopping district - Myeongdong. Changdeokgung Palace was built in 1405, during the early Joseon Dynasty as the main residence for members of the royal family and is now UNESCO-protected.
You will then stop at the Bukchon Hanok Village, which is home to hundreds of traditional houses called 'hanok' - dating back to the Joseon Dynasty. The name, 'Bukchon,' which literally translates as 'northern village,' refers to the fact that the village lies north of a significant Seoul landmark - Sheonggyecheon. At the village you will visit the Bukchon Cultural Center, Han sang soo Embroidery Museum, Bukchon Best Photo Zone and Kokdu Museum.
You will then stop at the Jilsiru Café (Rice Cake Cafe) - a modern cafe serving plenty of traditional snacks. You may enjoy the wide variety of tteok (rice cake that has been a traditional snack for centuries), hangwa (Korean traditional sweets & cookies) and traditional organic beverages. You will then head to the Naksan park, which was built during the Joseon dynasty´s wars and served for public defense. You can enjoy the great view of down-town Seoul while walking along the wall.
Afterwards you can have a bibimbap dinner, before being taken back to the hotel.