I’m a university student who is recently absent from school and spend time learning English and teaching my (private lesson) students. So I’m (trying to be) good at English and also have quite a lot of time. As I’m the one who really likes, no, actually loves traveling and eating something delicious, I can introduce you some nice places and take you to some memorable restaurants. I like watching movies and playing the piano. Recently, I’m trying hard to spend my time reading books but I think there are really a lot of interesting things to do than that – like hanging out with you guys~ I guarantee that you will NEVER regret spending time with me in Seoul!
4 hrs 30mins
Food / Nature
Beneath the warm sunshine, enjoy the charming mood of Seoul!
Walking along the trail of Namsan, you can look at every inch of the city. Namsan, located in the center of the city, is the mountain which represents Seoul. If you want, we can go to the NS tower where you can see the small, cozy pavilion. In the middle of the mountain, there is an elegant Korean traditional restaurant. You can have beef Bibim bab, Korean traditional meal, and Korean traditional cookies for desert.
Second, Namsan Han-ok Village
After having a lunch, we will go down to the Namsan Han-ok village where you can enjoy Korean traditional house. Of course, if you want, you can borrow Korean traditional attire, which is called Han-bok, and take a memorable picture! Small pond and affectionate birds will also greet you.
Third, Myeong-Dong & Cheong-gye Stream
Then, it will take about ten minutes to go to Myeong-Dong. This is a place of street-food. From the bread with honey and ice cream on it to fried crab, you can enjoy whatever you like! Just beside the street, there is a Myeong-Dong cathedral, the first cathedral in Korea.
After then, we’ll go to Cheong-gye Stream. Renovated in 2005, Cheong-gye stream has been loved by citizens every night and day. You can come across small fountain and feel a warm atmosphere there.