التقييم 4.31 من 5 13 مراجعة
Seoul night view and gwangjang market★
- 2 ساعتان
- تم تضمين الطعام, المشروبات
Around hyehwa station, there are many places to look around and good place to take a walk. Marronnier park, Naksan park, Ihwa mural village, and Daehak-ro where there are a number of play theaters, cafe, art center, restaurants, pub and bars. You can see awesome view of seoul at naksan park along seoul fortress wall and also find calm, cozy, seems like fairy-tale, little village compared to noisy, popular daehak-ro. You can compare and feel simultaneously this 2 different place. There are good place to take a photo, actually, movie or some TV program was made in this spot. At the village, you should keep calm, bacause local resident lives in there, keeping calm, you can walk around and do anything. We need to walk and hike because there are steep hill and stairs, so keep it in mind. (Comfy shoes needed and we will take a walk about 30min totally during conversation) After that, we walk down to go eat!! Maybe feel hungry. We're going to gwangjang market. tour route 1. We will meet and start at marronnier park(Hyehwa station Exit 2) 2. naksan park ~ Ihwa mural village 3. come to hyehwa station 4. gwangjang market to eat(In market, there you can see how korean vendor's daily life goes on and local scenary, of course with delicious korean food)
التقييم 4.93 من 5 159 مراجعة
Taste Korean Food with Food Specialist
- 2.5 ساعات
- تم تضمين الطعام ،المشروبات ،التجهيزات
Many of us have heard of Korean barbecue and Bibimbap, but is this all Korean cuisine has to offer? I warmly invite you to join me for an experience that focuses on the authentic tastes of traditional Korean herb-infused cuisine. You will become deeply immersed in the stories behind this unique meal, including the narratives on ethnic ingredients, farmers, and the history of Korean culinary development. After lunch, we'll move onto a hands-on session and learn to make Gochujang—Korean traditional red chili paste. When we're finished, we'll take a 15-minute subway ride to the city center to visit the Gwangjang traditional market—Korea’s oldest market—full of contemporary street foods and delicacies we'll be able to taste.
التقييم 5 من 5 6 مراجعات
Private Photo Shoot in the City
- 2 ساعتان
- تم تضمين المشروبات, التجهيزات
All sessions for one guest (or a couple) only. It's all about getting you an awesome set of photos in Seoul. We'll meet at the Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit #1 (Line #2, #4, #5). After brief introductions, we'll explore Dongdaemun Design Plaza and take awesome photos. Don't be shy to let me know how you want your photos taken. If not, here are sample photo shoots. We'll have a great time. After the photoshoot, we can visit the nearby food court where you can enjoy Korean soul food. https://www.instagram.com/wutang.photographer. +Starting times may be flexible. Let me know ahead of time. +All original photos (200+) and edited photos (20+) through photo share.
Savor the Flavors & Design of Korea
- 3 ساعات
You'll start at the front of Jongno 5-ga station exit 7 at 6 p.m. The first stop will be a local food market to enjoy some Korean street food. It is located in the heart of Seoul. Up until the late 1800’s, Korean markets operated as temporary markets which means they only opened for a few days at a time. Gwangjang Market (Established in 1905) was the first permanent market that was open every day. It was built for the purpose of reclaiming Korean sovereignty during the period of Japanese occupation. Today, it continues to prosper as a popular tourist spot and is famous for its street food. Then we will walk to the fashion district, where you will see modern architecture like The Dongdaemun Design Plaza (DDP). DDP has been the main attraction in Seoul since 2014. Only 5 years-old, the building was directed by the famous architect Zaha Hadid showcasing a brand-new design with its curvaceous structure and its attractive silvery façade. Before the end of the tour, we walk along the Seoul fortress wall. This fortress wall called Hansung during Joseon Dynasty. In 1395, you can admire the night-view of Seoul city at the top of the fortress.