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Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Guided Tour and Food Tasting

1. Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Guided Tour and Food Tasting

Step into one of Korea's largest seafood markets for an insightful cultural and gastronomical experience. Join your local guide on a tour through Noryangjin Market's bustling stalls, learn about Seoul's seafood industry, and taste delicious fresh products. Eat seafood like a local by trying products directly from the stalls of an authentic fish market. Learn about Noryangjin Market's history since it first opened in 1927, largely impacting Seoul's industry with 250 to 300 tons of seafood products traded every day. Acquire a deeper understanding of Korean culture by experiencing its deeply-ingrained connection with seafood. Try a variety of products the way that Koreans like to eat them for a fully immersive journey.

Seoul: Korean Cooking Class at a Local Home and Market Tour

2. Seoul: Korean Cooking Class at a Local Home and Market Tour

Experience the Korean cooking and street food culture in Seoul and join an educational session for you or your group. An expert native Korean chef will assist you in learning the culture, ingredients, and how to prepare and create authentic Korean dishes. Begin the tour with a visit to a local market to buy fresh ingredients for the class and taste some local street food at the popular, yet less touristy market in Seoul. Absorb the vibrant atmosphere of the market and with your guide, find the ingredients which are required for the cooking class. After the market tour, head to the venue of your cooking class and learn a few Korean phrases while sipping a delicious welcome drink. Then it's time to make a variety of traditional Korean dishes. Your experienced chef-guide will show you how to make 4 dishes including Bibimbap (mixed rice with meat and vegetables), Dakgalbi (stir-fried chicken), Haemul-Pajeon (seafood and green onion pancake), and Doenjang-Jjigae (fermented soybean paste stew). Then, sit down to a meal and savor the delicious flavors of your creations. Enjoy the unique art of Korean food with a Hanjeongsik, a traditional Korean course meal with more than 10 side dishes which will be provided by your local host along with seasonal fruits and rice wine.

Seoul: Pub Crawl

3. Seoul: Pub Crawl

Join your guide and a group of like-minded travelers and locals on this safe and exhilarating pub crawl through Seoul. Skip the line and visit 3 pubs or clubs and then one extra dance location each night. Enjoy Seoul's nightlife with style and without breaking the bank. Join in every Friday (in Itaewon) and Thursday and Saturday (in Hongdae) for three nights of absolute fun. Experience three events in the two most popular areas of Seoul with over 50 people, like you, joining in at every party. Socializing, dancing, and drinking are only a few of the things that you should expect. Together with your guides, and party animals from Korea and all around the world, you'll visit 4 bars/clubs and have a blast while doing so.

Seoul: Night Tour with Palace, Market, Naksan Park and more

4. Seoul: Night Tour with Palace, Market, Naksan Park and more

Shop like a local at the largest local market at Gwangjang Market, relax with a walk by the Cheonggyecheon River, and feel like a king in the Changyeonggung Royal Palace on this guided night tour in Seoul. Choose the group tour option with accessible meeting points or the private option with hotel transfers and flexible departure times. Hop aboard a comfortable vehicle and sit back and unwind with your driver. First to the largest Korean traditional market at Gwangjang Market (a.k.a Dongdaemun Market previously) where you can taste an authentic Korean dinner, and yummy street snacks, and buy some stunning Korean items. Continue to the beautiful Cheonggyecheon River nearby, and unwind in this local's favorite resting area in the main downtown area of this bustling city. Step inside the enchanting Changyeonggung Royal Palace, especially famous for the night with the inside lighting, and discover its stories from the famous Sejong the Great to modern time. Next, stroll along the city wall under the moonlight while enjoying night views of the city in Naksan Park with hilltop green space near the Seoul City Wall. Capture some breathtaking pictures of Seoul City before returning to the meeting point for the group option or where you stay for the private option. 

Seoul: Insadong Walking Tour

5. Seoul: Insadong Walking Tour

Dive deep into the bustling Insadong Street in Seoul with a guided walking tour. Experience its culture and lifestyle through visits to charming stores, and food stands. Learn the history behind the famous street and taste delicious Korean food. Meet your local guide for an insightful stroll along Seoul's most vibrant street. As you explore, enjoy the chance to try out unique food creations. Allow your guide to introduce you to the area's biggest restaurants and taste traditional dishes, as well as 3 desserts.

Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Dinner

6. Seoul: Noryangjin Fish Market Dinner

Try fresh seafood at the largest fish market in Seoul. Explore the market and pick out different delicacies to be cooked in the market's restaurant. Meet at Noryangjin Fisheries Wholesale Market, known as the best place to eat fresh seafood in Seoul. Handling almost 50% of the metropolitan volume and trading up to 300 tons of fishery products every day, it's a sight to see. Pick from an array of seasonal foods and sit in the restaurant to eat. Discover the palette of Korea and challenge yourself to try new tastes—you just might be surprised.

Seoul: Northern Sides of Seoul / Gwangjang Market

7. Seoul: Northern Sides of Seoul / Gwangjang Market

Your day will start with a pick-up from your hotel to Gyeongbokgung Palace, the most beautiful and remains the largest of all five palaces. (Tuesday: visit Changdeokgung place) Then, move to Bukchon Hanok village which literally translates to "northern village," where many traditional houses operate as cultural centers, guesthouses and restaurants. Walk to Samcheongdong lined with cafes, museums, antique shops and galleries where you can enjoy the art and shopping. Next, go to Ihwha Mural Village, located less than a 10 minute walk uphill from the buzzing Daehakno area. As you head up the slopes of Mount Naksan, the noise and crowds will give way to fresh air and gorgeous, expansive views of the city but also to something unexpected - street art. Lastly, your trip will end at Gwangjang Market, the nation’s first market. Although the goods are not brand name products, the wide selection of high-quality goods at inexpensive prices will make it an enjoyable shopping experience. The market is famous for the delicious foods so have lunch or some snacks.

Seoul Pub Crawl [official]

8. Seoul Pub Crawl [official]

Witness why Seoul is called party capital of Asia. Hongdae and Itaewon are the most well-known districts for international people and young locals for cafes, eating out, shopping, bar hopping and clubbing. Friendly and knowledgeable party guides will lead a group of 40-60 young travelers throughout the night. Enjoy a shooter at every bar (4 in total) as well as discount access while hopping each bar for an hour. Free entrance and skip-the-line to one of the most popular clubs in each district is included.

Seoul: Evening E-bike Guided Tour

9. Seoul: Evening E-bike Guided Tour

Ride a secret route through downtown to the ancient East gate, DDP and Dongdaemun market. Stop by the famous Gwangjang street food market and Ikseongdong village. Then up Mt. Namsan to the N Seoul tower to enjoy the sunset and back to the city. Receive an e-bike fitting in the heart of the city of Seoul. Go through a confidence-building practice ride on the bike lanes besides Cheongyecheon river. Start your adventure by crisscrossing the river on exciting back streets and alleys used to avoid traffic as far back as the Joseon Kingdom. Stop by the trendy Hanok village of Ikseongdong to see what it's all about. Bike on to the world-famous Gwangjang market to sample Korean street food and maybe find a souvenir. Then, go to the Zaha Hadid's Dongdaemun design plaza (DDP) and the East gate market where Kpop gets dressed. Ride past the ancient east gate of the city and follow the city wall up Mt Namsan to the N Seoul Tower. The ride up the mountain is effortless on your stylish e-bikes, the air will cool as you climb, and the sunset will wash the city in color. Stop at every observation deck along the way for the epic panoramic views, especially from the N Seoul Tower. Cruise downhill into the city lights and take a romantic ride through the quaint streets around Deoksugung royal palace.

Seoul: Namdaemun Market Street Food Tour

10. Seoul: Namdaemun Market Street Food Tour

Namdaemun is the largest of Seoul’s traditional markets ! Namdaemun Market has become a particularly popular destination among foodies drawn to the sights, smells and flavours of its sprawling food streets. Among them, three are not to be missed: Foodie Alley, a stretch of vendors offering classic Korean staples and street-food favourites; Kalguksu Alley, a street comprised of restaurants specialising in hand-cut noodles and Galchi Jorim, a road dedicated to braised hairtail fish stew, a dish invented at the market. Korean food export tell you about street food also you can learn about Korean culture as well This tour no mandatory shopping shopping and Tipping Meet guide at exit5 Haehyeon St. street food tasting (Tteokbokki, Fish Cake Bar, Hotteok) Food Alley story

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This is a great experience if you’re trying to figure out the nightlife in South Korea. I was stuck between Hongdae and Itaewon but after watching there video I went with Itaewon. Hongdae is for the college age people and since I’m a little older Itaewon was the move for me. Our host Minoo was great and he tried to make it a fun experience for everyone. Overall it was a good experience!

I had a really great time! we had traditional food and snacks, as well as tea. I learned alot about the history and was able to explore art and shops that I would not have done. I would recommend this tour!

We had an excellent experience at the cooking class, learning not only about Korean cuisine, which is great, but also culture and much more, I highly recommend taking the course

We had a great trip. Our guide nit only showed us around all the nice placed, but also gave interesting information on history.

It was great ! We went to place around Itaewon and had lots of fun and met some cool people. Zara was the best