Subway ToursThe main attractions along each subway line are highlighted for you in this handy guide.
Korean CuisineLearn why people around the world are crazy about Korean food these days. Korean's best delights, from palace cuisine to street food, are explained in this section.
Traditional Activities and Programs Those looking to dive deeply into Korean culture can participate in many activities such as learning how make bulgogi and traditional Korean ceramics, staying the night in a traditional hanok house, or experiencing oriental medical treatments.
Eco-TourismExperience the true face of Korea naturally! Relax at a designated "Slow City", visit the 140 million year old Uponeup Wetlands or one of the many UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Beauty & WellnessLet your stress melt away as you spend the day relaxing in a Korean style jjimjilbang spa, or getting acupuncture at an oriental hospital. Soothe your tired body with a full body massage or facial.
Night life in KoreaWhether it is an evening tour on the Han River, the critically acclaimed production Nanta, late night shopping at Dongdaemun or clubbing in the trendy neighborhood of Hongdae, there are lots of reasons to stay up late!.
Walking Tours Free walking tours with a knowledgeable guide will provide you with cultural and historical perspective on Seoul.
Gangnam TourWith the name literally meaning "south of the river", Gangnam is a mainly commercial area located south of the Hangang River.
Filming LocationsWith the film industry in Korea garnering a lot of attention globally, it is no wonder that there are so many visitors seeking to explore the sets of their favorite dramas. Currently, there are more than 60 drama and movie sets to choose from.
Taekwondo People come from around the world to learn Korea's national sport, taekwondo. There are experience programs available for first timers and more advanced students alike at very affordable rates.
Temple Stay As the popularity of Buddhism spreads around the world, so does interest in experiencing life in Korea's ancient temples. Temples around the country have opened their doors to visitors, including a number that offer services in foreign languages.