Fast Facts

  • Full details on each of these tours, including detailed itineraries, route maps, and special rules and policies, can be found in our sightseeing tour online booking portal.
  • For your scheduling convenience, each of our sightseeing tour options is available for booking on a range of departure dates, 2-6 July.
  • If you have questions about any of these sightseeing tours, please contact our provider, Hanatour ITC, directly at

Tour Options

statue at the War Memorial of Korea in YongsanDMZ and War Memorial of Korea Tour

Available Tour Dates: 2-6 July

Tour Time: 06:50 – 17:30 KST

Cost: US$100 (includes English-speaking guide, transportation, admission fees, and lunch)

Point of Departure: Lotte Hotel Seoul Lobby

What Will I See on This Tour? The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) is a strip of land near the 38th northern parallel which divides the Korean peninsula roughly in half.  Led by knowledgeable guides, you’ll explore iconic sites such as the Third Tunnel of Aggression and the Imjingak Peace Park, immersing yourself in the history and beauty of the region.

The War Memorial of Korea in Yongsan is located in Seoul, South Korea, where you can learn about the country’s military history and pay homage to those who bravely sacrificed their lives for the nation’s freedom.

Gyeongbokgung PalaceOne-Day Tour of Seoul’s Iconic Sites

Available Tour Dates: 2-6 July

Tour Time: 08:50 – 17:40 KST

Cost: US$138 (includes English-speaking guide, transportation, admission fees, and lunch)

Point of Departure: Lotte Hotel Seoul Lobby

What Will I See on This Tour? Gyeongbokgung Palace, located in Seoul, is the largest and most iconic of the Five Grand Palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung Palace is renowned for its stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, and its role as a symbol of Korean heritage and history.

Sail past Seoul’s iconic skyline on a picturesque cruise of the Han River, enjoying panoramic views and riverside serenity.

Seoul Tower, also known as N Seoul Tower or Namsan Tower, is a prominent landmark located on Namsan Mountain in central Seoul, South Korea. Standing at 236 meters tall, it offers panoramic views of the cityscape below, making it a popular tourist attraction and observation deck.

Insadong is an area where you can immerse yourself in Seoul’s cultural hub as you wander through its charming streets. Discover a treasure trove of traditional Korean arts and crafts, from handcrafted pottery to intricate calligraphy brushes.

Group riding past a cultural heritage site on the Seoul City Tour BusSeoul City Tour Bus Team-Building Mission

Available Tour Dates: 2-6 July

Tour Time: 11:30 – 18:30 KST

Cost: US$108 (includes English-speaking guide, City Tour Bus ticket providing unlimited rides for one day, and admission fees)

Point of Departure: Yellow City Tour Bus Stop located at Dongdaemun Design Plaza

What Will I Do on This Tour? Experience a unique team-building adventure aboard the Seoul City Tour Bus, where each stop presents an exciting missions to complete. Work together in teams to conquer each challenge. The team with the fastest completion time will be rewarded.

  • Mission 1: Capture memories in front of the Seoul City Hall at the Euljiro Entrance Bus Stop.
  • Mission 2: Take a picture in front of majestic Cheongwadae, the presidential residence, showcasing Korea’s political heritage.
  • Mission 3: Immerse yourself in Korean tradition by renting traditional clothing at Gwanghwamun Square. Snap a group photo in front of the historic Geunjeongjeon Hall Gate at Gyeongbokgung Palace, a symbol of royal elegance.
  • Mission 4: Experience Seoul with a photo at the Naminsa Madang (Irworobongdo) at Insa-dong.
  • Mission 5: Treat your taste buds to the delicious flavors of Korea with Hotteok, a traditional sweet pancake, at Gwangjang Market. Don’t forget to capture the moment with a group photo.