Exploring Seoul's traditional and modern cityscape

From Haneda Airport to Gimpo International Airport

50 min. by train or Shuttle

Leave your luggage at the hotel.

25min. by train
To go & see

Gyeongbokgung Palace


Gyeongbokgung Palace, located in the heart of Seoul, Korea, surrounded by buildings, was the place where kings governed and lived during the Joseon Dynasty. It is one of the most representative ancient palaces in Korea. Multi-lingual audio guides are available so you can learn about the historical background of Korea. Admission is free if you wear a hanbok, so you might even see some tourists in hanbok!
Data:Gyeongbokgung Palace
Address/ 161 Sajik-ro, Sejongno, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea
To go & see



Samcheong-dong, with its relaxed atmosphere, is a popular area for tourists because it is home to Bukchon Hanok Village, a collection of traditional houses. There are also trendy cafes, restaurants where you can have lunch, and art galleries, mixing the traditional Korean sentiment with a modern atmosphere.
Address/ Samcheong-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
From Samcheong-dong to Bukchon Hanok Village
8min. by walk / 0.7km
To go & see

Bukchon Hanok Village


The area is a collection of hanok, a traditional Korean architectural style. There are also Korean breweries in the village that make makgeolli (raw rice wine), yakju (medicinal wine), and soju (distilled wine). The Jiahoi Museum displays ethnic paintings and screens to ward off evil spirits , so you can learn about the lifestyle and beliefs of the past.
Data:Bukchon Hanok Village
Address/ Gahoe-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Korean delicacies


There are so many ways to cook Korean food, so many ingredients, so many dishes to eat! There are the classic dishes such as Gwangchoyu (fried chicken soup) and pancakes, Kimpa (rolled seaweed), Japchae (fried vermicelli), and Tteokbokki (stir-fried rice cake on a stick). Fried chicken is the perfect accompaniment to beer, and the fluffy shaved ice "pince-nez" that looks great in photos is popular among young people.
From Bukchon Hanok Village to Itaewon
30min. by train & walk
To go & see



The Itaewon area was originally developed along with a military base. It has an international atmosphere. With the downsizing of the base, the number of cafes and restaurants has increased dramatically, and the area is gaining popularity as a fashionable and fun place to spend the night.
Address/ Itaewon 1(il)-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul
Back to the hotel



L7 Myeongdong, a hotel with a great location just outside Myeongdong Station, is a casual line of hotels in the Lotte family. It is an urban hotel with an impressive artistic atmosphere. There is a rooftop bar on the top floor, 21st floor, where you can have a drink while enjoying the night view of Seoul Tower.
Address/ 137 Toegye-ro Jung-gu, Seoul
TEL/ 02-6310-1000


Go to Jeonju, a city of gastronomy and history.

From Seoul to Jeonju
90min. by KTX (Korea Train Express)

Arrive at Jeonju Station.

From Jeonju Station to Keonggijeon
30min. by bus
To go & see



It was built in 1410, but the current building was rebuilt in 1614. The building consists of the main hall, eaves, and winged corridors, and is divided by three inner and three outer gates.
Address/ 44 Taejo-ro, Pungnam-dong, Wansan-gu, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea
TEL/ 063-287-1330
Short walk
To go & see

Jeonju Hanok Village


This is an area where about 700 traditional Korean houses are preserved. There are many facilities for experiencing traditional culture, such as the Hanok Life Experience Hall, paper making tours, and fan painting. As they say, "the best food is in Jeonju," and there are some great restaurants that serve bibimbap and kubpa! There are also lodging facilities in the village, so if you like the atmosphere, staying overnight is recommended.
Data:Jeonju Hanok Village
Address/ 15-11 Pungnamdong 3(sam)-ga, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
TEL/ 063-2821330

Jeonju Bibimbap


Jeonju is said to be the birthplace of bibimbap. It is not only colorful but also healthy and nutritious with more than 30 ingredients including wild vegetables, vegetable namul and meat. Jeonju bibimbap was originally served in hot brass, and even today, if you go to a restaurant specializing in Jeonju bibimbap, you can choose between brass-filled bibimbap and stone-fired bibimbap.
Short walk
To go & see

Omokdae and Imokdae


Located in Jeonju Hanok Village, you can see the entire village from a hill. You can either go up the hill or take the stairs to get there. It's worth the effort to climb! Further up the hill, you can still see the building where the party was held.
Data:Omokdae and Imokdae
Address/ 1-11 Gyo-dong, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do,
TEL/ 63-232-2255
Short walk
To go & see

Jaman Mural Village


Jiman Mural Village is a small village located on a hill across from Jeonju Hanok Village. It is located right across the street in front of Omokdae. The houses are lined up along a steep road, and the walls are painted in various colors. Some are Ghibli style, some are Disney style, and some are so colorful that they look great in photos, making it an interesting area where anything goes.
Data:Jaman Mural Village
Address/ Jeollabuk-do, Jeonju-si, Pungnam-dong
From Jaman Mural Village to Makgeolli Town
30 min. by bus

Jeonju Samcheon-dong Makgeolli Town


There are seven makgeolli towns scattered throughout Jeonju, but the most famous of them is Samcheon-dong Makgeolli Town.If you order a kettle of makgeolli, you will be served a table full of snacks one after the other. If you order another kettle of makgeolli, you will be served with more dishes. Since we're here, let's drink and eat too much!
Back to Seoul

From Jeonju to Seoul by bus & KTX (Korea Train Express)
To go & see

Dongdaemun Gate (Heunginjimun)


This gate, which often appears on TV as a symbol of Seoul, is located right outside Dongdaemun Station. Although you cannot enter the gate, you can feel the power and the history of Korea when you see it up close. To the south of the gate is the Dongdaemun Market.
Address/ 288 Jong-ro, Jongno 5(o).6(yuk)ga-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Short walk
To go & see

Dongdaemun Market


The Dongdaemun area is home to many markets and wholesale specialty stores, including fashion buildings such as DOOTA MALL and Migliore. Most of them are open from late at night to early in the morning, which is why it is known as the "city that never sleeps. Find something you like at a bargain price!
Data:Dongdaemun Market
Address/ 253, Jangchungdan-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul
Back to the hotel

L7 MYEONGDONG by LOTTE (the second night)


Go shopping in the heart of Seoul!

Check out the hotel.
To go & see



Myeongdong is an old downtown area where you can find just about anything! From department stores to food stalls, there is something for everyone, so make the most of your last day to pick up any souvenirs or things you missed out on! For women, the cosmetic street is a must-see as it is lined with cosmetic stores and you can feel the power of Myeongdong as it continues to turn and turn.
Address/ Myeong-dong, Seoul
40 min. by train

Head to Gimpo international Airport.
Back to Tokyo


Tour Fee
Per Person
Peak Season (1 room for 2 people)  64,000JPY~
Off season (1 room for 2 people) 55,000JPY~
Round trip Airfare(Tokyo –Seoul)、2nights accommodation with breakfast Tax

Sights Information

Seoul Sky

Opened in 2017, the observation deck of Lotte World Tower is 555 meters high! The observation deck is located from the 113th floor to the 123rd floor, and it takes only one minute to ride the elevator. There are many places to take photos, and on the top floor, you can enjoy food and drink in a lounge with a relaxed atmosphere.

Lotte World

It is a comprehensive leisure facility with both outdoor and indoor facilities. There are many attractions, parades and stage shows. There are also many restaurants and shopping zones.

N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower is a 236m tall landmark in Seoul located at the top of Namsan Park. The tower is located on top of a hill in Namsan, so the actual elevation is even higher, and offers a 360-degree view of Seoul. Namsan Park, where the tower is located, is one of the largest parks in Seoul. The night view is also recommended♪


Illuminations are essential parts of Seoul's nightlife! The combination of N Seoul Tower and the octagonal pavilion at the foot of the tower, Lotte World Tower, and Dongdaemun Design Plaza are all famous. The Cheonggyecheon River, which runs through the center of Seoul, is illuminated every season.


Busan flourished as a port city, and you can even get there by boat from Japan! It is famous for hosting international film festivals. Busan is famous for its seafood. Busan is famous for its seafood, and you'll be amazed at the long tail fish and other fish you've never seen in the market.

Jeju island

Jeju Island has been made famous by a Korean TV drama. If you think of a beach resort in Korea, this is the island. It's a great place to relax in the beautiful emerald green waters and enjoy some marine activities!

ⓒKorea Tourism Organization
ⓒPhotographer (John Doe)-Korea Tourism Organization