If you are in Korea for only a short time, you will probably limit your explorations to Seoul and maybe the surrounding area – no worries, there’s so much you likely won’t find time to manage it all. The city is a fascinating blend of new (everything had to be rebuilt from the mid 1950’s on and there is a definite teardown/build new mentality here. However, alongside all the new, are remnants or rebuilds of the old. Palaces, gates, walls, markets and more that represent or reflect life hundreds of years ago. Museum and art galleries abound with something for every taste and interest.
The same for the city’s nightlife – opera, ballet, concerts featuring internationally known performers, not to mention the myriad of talented Korean artists are on offer every night of the week as are performances of traditional music and dance. Gambling Casinos open only to holders of foreign passports can be found in both the downtown and outer core of the city. Seoul’s nightlife is rich and busy. There is too the seedy and criminal side that can be found in other Asian cities, or any city of the world for that matter. Hotels offer excellent, albeit expensive, international and local cuisine. There are also great restaurants everywhere – some of the best Korea food can be found in little holes-in-the-wall places. If you want to try the cuisine of other countries, Itaewon is one of the best places to go. Also, if your schedule permits, there is an awful lot to do in other parts of the country as well.
Tourism in Korea, General Info. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.korea4expats.com/article-visiting-korea-intro.html
4D3N SEOUL PACKAGE
(HOTEL + 1 way TRANSFER)
Travel Period: Until Feb. 28, 2019 (except Dec. 21, 2018 – Jan. 4, 2019 Christmas Season, Chinese New Year, and Holidays)
Note: Minimum of 4 persons per booking