Experience a taste of South Korea's "Hallyuwood" as you hit the sights of Korean drama scenes on this five-day trip. You'll tour some of Seoul's most famous locations, which feature heavily in popular South Korean movies and TV shows. Visit ancient Gyeongbokgung Palace, Namsan Mountain, and the iconic N Seoul Tower—you'll even have the chance to ride rollercoasters at Lotte World. Head out of the city for more K-drama hotspots, from European-themed villages to the tree-lined parks of Nami Island.
South Korea 5-Day Tours & Itineraries
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Discover how to eat like a local in South Korea on this five-day food tour of Seoul and Busan. Touch down in the pulsing capital, Seoul, where you'll visit royal palaces and learn to make classic Korean dishes during a cooking class with a local chef. Continue to Busan for more food adventures, including a trip to Jagalchi, the country's largest fish market, where you'll shop for fresh seafood, followed by a street food tour of the famous BIFF Square.
From palatial grounds, buzzing cities, and striking mountain peaks, see some of South Korea's most picturesque sites during this five-day itinerary. Take a cable car to Namsan Park, eat the country's best-known dishes (bibimbap!), and learn about the Joseon Dynasty in Seoul. Breathe the mountain air and return to nature at Seoraksan National Park to see the country from a range of perspectives.
Uncover the history of South Korea's former rulers, folk arts, and religious roots on this five-day tour beginning in vibrant Seoul and traveling south to the heart of the country's cultural heritage. Walk with your guide at Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul so you don't get lost among its more than 7,000 rooms. See how masks punctuate traditional performances in Andong and time travel to the tomb hills of Silla Kings in Tumuli Park.
Discover the beauty of South Korea on this five-day ski and snow adventure. Touch down in Seoul to tour the historic Gyeongbokgung palace and discover traditional hanok architecture before escaping to the Pyeongchang countryside. Here, you'll explore Nami Island's enchanting snow-covered parks and pedal along a disused railway line before strapping on your skis at Yong Pyong, South Korea's largest ski resort, where you'll spend two days whizzing down alpine slopes.