Let an informative guide escort you on a private tour of the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ), following the North Korean spy commandos' invasion route and touring the Joint Security Area (JSA). Find evidence of the 1968 infiltration of the fortified border that 22 spies crossed more than a decade after the Korean War, and spot a North Korean village from a civilian observation point. At Panmunjom, visit the conference rooms of the JSA, the Freedom House and the Bridge of No Return. Includes lunch and round-trip transport by private vehicle.
Visit the Korean Folk Village on this afternoon half-day trip from Seoul. The village, located an hour away from Seoul in Yongin, houses many ancient artifacts of Korean culture. Explore the village with your your guide, get taken back in time to ancient Korea and learn about Korean culture on this fascinating tour.
Explore the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Hwaseong Fortress and visit the Korean Folk Village on this coach tour from Seoul. Hear informative commentary from your guide about Joseon-era architecture in Suwon, and observe Korean folk customs and handicrafts while you stroll through an open-air village — re-created with more than 200 traditional homes. A Korean-style lunch and round-trip hotel transport are included.
Deepen your understanding of the tragic division of Korea during this 8-hour tour to the Korean Demilitarized Zone and N Seoul Tower with your own private guide. As you explore the important sites in the DMZ, including Imjingak Pavilion, Dorsan Station, and the third infiltration tunnel, learn about the suffering Korea went through and how it recovered to get to where it is now. Hotel pickup and drop-off in Seoul are included.
Dive into Korean history with an expert guide on this half-day coach tour of Seoul. See ancient relics along with calligraphy, painting, ceramics, sculpture and more at the National Museum of Korea. Then explore the imperial grounds of the Unhyeongung Royal Residence, the former home of a Joseon emperor. After a savory lunch of ‘bibimbap,’ a typical rice dish, get dressed up in traditional Korean dress called ‘hanbok.’ Round-trip hotel transport is included.