7 Days trip in Korea, South

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Spa and wellness retreats Food exploration City sightseeing
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South Korea is a technologically advanced country located in East Asia with a rich history and vibrant culture. Its mountainous terrain and numerous islands make it a popular tourist destination, and its entertainment industry has gained a global following.

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Day 1

  1. Gyeongbokgung Palace

    120 minutes

    Explore the Gyeongbokgung Palace, one of the largest and oldest palaces in Korea.

  2. Bukchon Hanok Village

    180 minutes

    Experience the traditional Korean architecture and way of life in the Bukchon Hanok Village.

  3. Gwangjang Market

    150 minutes

    Taste some of the best Korean street food at the Gwangjang Market, famous for its food stalls.

Day 2

  1. Myeong-dong

    180 minutes

    Spend the morning shopping for Korean cosmetics, fashion and accessories in the trendy Myeong-dong district.

  2. Namsan Tower

    180 minutes

    Take a cable car up to the Namsan Tower for panoramic views of the city and visit the love locks.

  3. Itaewon

    180 minutes

    Explore the lively foreigner-friendly Itaewon district and try some international cuisine.

Day 3

  1. South Han River Park

    120 minutes

    Take a break from the city and enjoy a walk or picnic in the beautiful South Han River Park.

  2. Seoullo 7017

    120 minutes

    Walk along the elevated Seoullo 7017 path and enjoy the views of the city and the unique design of the path.

  3. Jamsil Nori Madang

    150 minutes

    Watch a Korean traditional performance at the Jamsil Nori Madang, a cultural center and amphitheater.

Day 4

  1. Yongin Folk Village

    240 minutes

    Visit the traditional Korean village of Yongin Folk Village and discover the old way of life in Korea.

  2. Everland

    360 minutes

    Experience the thrills and excitement of Everland, one of the largest amusement parks in Korea.

  3. Restaurants in Suwon

    150 minutes

    Sample some of the best Korean cuisine in the local restaurants of Suwon.

Day 5

  1. Seoraksan National Park

    360 minutes

    Take a scenic drive to the Seoraksan National Park and hike in the beautiful mountainous region.

  2. Naksansa Temple

    120 minutes

    Visit the ancient Naksansa Temple and learn about the history and architecture of Korean Buddhism.

  3. Seafood Market in Sokcho

    150 minutes

    Taste some of the freshest seafood in Korea at the Sokcho Seafood Market.

Day 6

  1. Jeonju Hanok Village

    180 minutes

    Explore the Jeonju Hanok Village and get a taste of traditional Korean architecture and culture.

  2. Jeonju Hanji Museum

    120 minutes

    Learn about traditional Korean paper-making at the Jeonju Hanji Museum.

  3. Jeonju Night Market

    150 minutes

    Experience the vibrant atmosphere and taste some delicious street food at the Jeonju Night Market.

Day 7

  1. Seoul Forest

    120 minutes

    Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Seoul Forest, an urban park with a lake and walking trails.

  2. Jogyesa Temple

    120 minutes

    Visit the Jogyesa Temple, the headquarters of Korean Buddhism and appreciate the traditional architecture and culture.

  3. Korean BBQ Restaurant

    150 minutes

    Indulge in some delicious Korean BBQ at a local restaurant.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-30 USD/night
60-100 USD/night
40-80 USD/night


1-2 USD/ride
10-20 USD/ride
1-2 USD/ride


Street food
2-5 USD/meal
Budget restaurants
8-20 USD/meal
Fine dining
50-100 USD/meal/person


Entrance fee for Gyeongbokgung Palace
3 USD/person
Seoul City Tour Bus
15 USD/day
Spa and wellness retreat
100-200 USD/treatment

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