Things to do on a four-day holiday in Seoul, South Korea

Synonymous with K-Drama, K-Pop, and bulgogi, Seoul in South Korea is a city bustling with a wonderful mix of city life and traditional culture. If you find yourself there with four days and unsure of what to do, here’s a little itinerary that could point you in the right direction.

Day 1: Full day Seoul city & Folk village tour


Learn about South Korea’s heritage on this tour with an introduction to its history and cultural traditions. Also pay a visit to the Jogyesa Temple and the famed Gyeokbokgung Palace, finishing the day with the Korean Folk Village.

Day 2: Everland Resort theme park visit


Korea is known for its amazing theme parks and a trip to Korea is not complete with a visit to the Everland Resort. Have fun on the thrilling rides, water slides and animal attractions!

Day 3: World Cultural heritage morning tour and night time shopping tour


Start your morning visiting Changdeok Palance and the Jongmo Royal Shrine, two UNESCO World Heritage sites in Seoul. Learn more about the Joseon Dynasty as well as the significance of Confucianism in Korea on this tour.


Shopaholics, this tour is for you! Myeongdong area is well known as a haven for shoppers. Find the latest trends, fashion and cosmetics here, followed by a visit to the Gwangjang Market, one of the biggest traditional markets, famous for its street food!

Day 4: K-Pop Tour


When in South Korea, a K-Pop culture tour is a must! Visit the Hallyu Star Avenue a top hangout area for top celebrities such as Girls’ Generation, Super Junior, 2PM, 4minute and Beast. Also, explore the famous Gangnam district, SM Town Atrium as well as MBC WORLD, the first broadcasting theme park in Korea.

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