Bukchon Hanok Village Tour

SEOUL CITY TOUR

Bukchon Hanok Village Tour

Available Everyday (Except on Mondays)

Time
09:00 am~ 12:30 pm
Min
2 Person
Code
T-5

Pick up & Drop off

1. Pick-up service may be delayed depending on the traffic condition.
2. After the reservation is confirmed, pick-up service will be held at the location requested by the client.

Notice

1. Pick up time can be changed depends on your hotel location (Only Seoul area).
2. Payment can be arranged on the tour day by cash or credit card.
3. There is 100% of cancellation charge on the day.
4. Drop point will be Itaewon or City Hall area.

Payment Guide

* Cancellation & Refund Policy *
1. Cancellation in one day ~ 7 days the reserved date (before 5:00 pm): 100% refund.
2. Cancellation in one day to the reserved date (after 5:00 pm): 100% non-refundable.

* NO REFUND Case *
* Cancellation Panmunjeom(JSA) or DMZ+Panmunjeom(JSA) Tour applies 100% non-refundable if you cancel 5 days before the tour departure date or no show.
* Cancellation for any changes in itinerary or destination due to a military events or weather condition, you can visit alternative spots and no refund will be issued.
Price
45,000 KRW

Tour guide, transportation and entrance fees. included

Itinerary

Hotel → Changdeok Palace → Bukchon Hanok Village (Bukchon Cultural Center, Donglim Knot Museum, Han Sangsoo Embroidery Workshop) → Amethyst / Ginseng Center → Cith Hall or Itaewon

Description

BukchonHanok Village was once a village of aristocrats long ago, and its luxury tile-roofed houses called Giwas have been preserved since the Joseon Dynasty. Now, the village operates as a place where visitors come to experience the ambiance of the Joseon Dynasty, offering a cultural center and hanok-style restaurants were recently built inside the complex, presenting a more enjoyable experience for all visitors.

Tour Course Information

Dong-Lim Knot Museum

Dong-Lim Knot Museum

Opened in April 2004, Donglim Knot Museum has on exhibit a variety of decorative traditional Korean maedeup (knots) norigae for hanbok, belts, pouches, as well as materials like thread, cord, and accessories. Housed in a hanok, a traditional Korean house, the gallery has a variety of exhibits, including old and new artwork, and creations that reflect modern trends. The museum also operates a maedeup class taught by an apprentice of museum curator Sim Yeong-mi. Lessons are available in a one-day program as well as in a long-term program. 

Hansangsoo Embroidery Museum

Hansangsoo Embroidery Museum

The museum, which is located in Bukchon Hanok Village in Gahoe-dong in Seoul, has on exhibit embroidery-related relics and works of Han Sang-soo, who has been named Intangible Cultural Asset No. 80. The museum was established to promote Korean embroidery artwork, preserve traditional techniques, and encourage new creations.

복촌문화센터

Bukchon Cultural Center

The Bukchon Cultural Center is situated inside the traditional Bukchon Hanok Village, a narrow series of roads between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace, and Jongmyo. The Bukchon Cultural Center immerses visitors in a traditional Korean atmosphere as it is centered between two of Seoul’s main royal palaces. Traditional experience hall and hanok-style restaurants were recently built inside the complex, presenting a more enjoyable experience for all visitors.
북촌한옥마을

Bukchon Hanok Village

Bukchon Hanok Village was once a village of aristocrats long ago, and its luxury tile-roofed houses called giwas have been preserved since the Joseon Dynasty. Located in the middle of Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace, and Jongmyo, Bukchon Hanok Village boasts 600 years of history in the region. The preserved village sits between two large palaces in the traditional hanok regions where the eggplant-shaped streets show the 600-year-old beauty of the city. Now, the village operates as a place where visitors come to experience the ambiance of the Joseon Dynasty, offering a cultural center and hanok-style restaurants.

창덕궁

Changdeok Palace

Changdeok Palace is the second royal villa built after Gyeongbok Palace in 1405. Changdeok was the principal palace for many of the Joseon kings, and is the best preserved among the five remaining royal Joseon palaces. The rear garden that was used as a place of rest by the kings boasts a gigantic tree that is over 300 years old, a small pond, and a pavilion. The palace grounds are comprised of a public palace area, a royal family residence building, and the rear garden.

Note

1. This tour is not available on every Monday. (BukchonHanok Village closed on every Monday)
2. Pick up time can be changed depends on your hotel location (Only Seoul area).
3. Payment can be arranged on the tour day by cash or credit card.
4. There is 100% of cancellation charge on the day.
5. Drop point will be Itaewon or City Hall area.