5 Days trip in Korea, South

Budget: 0 USD - 400 USD City sightseeing Cultural experiences Historical landmarks Shopping Festivals/events
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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.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to KRW
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Day 1

  1. Gyeongbokgung Palace

    120 minutes

    Explore the largest palace in Seoul and watch a changing of the guard ceremony.

  2. Myeong-dong

    120 minutes

    Shop at one of the busiest shopping districts in Seoul with numerous stores offering cosmetics, fashion, and street food.

  3. Lantern Festival at Cheonggyecheon Stream

    120 minutes

    Enjoy a colorful light and lantern show at night along a scenic stream in the city center.

Day 2

  1. Bukchon Hanok Village

    120 minutes

    Stroll through the traditional Hanok houses and learn about Korean culture and history.

  2. Gwangjang Market

    120 minutes

    Try street food and shop for traditional Korean clothing and fabrics at one of the oldest markets in Seoul.

  3. Namsan Tower

    120 minutes

    Take a cable car to the top of the mountain for a panoramic view of Seoul, visit the Teddy Bear Museum, and add your love lock to the fence.

Day 3

  1. Seoul Grand Park

    180 minutes

    Visit the Seoul Zoo, ride the monorail, and watch a traditional Korean performance at the Folk Museum.

  2. Lotte World

    240 minutes

    Spend an afternoon at the Korean version of Disneyland with indoor and outdoor theme park rides, ice skating, and shopping.

  3. Mecenatpolis Mall

    120 minutes

    Shop for high-end fashion and enjoy a variety of dining options at this upscale mall in the heart of Seoul's entertainment district.

Day 4

  1. Changdeokgung Palace

    120 minutes

    Visit another one of Seoul's grand palaces, with beautiful architecture and gardens.

  2. Insa-dong

    120 minutes

    Browse unique handicrafts, antique stores, and galleries, and enjoy traditional Korean tea and snacks.

  3. Night Market at Dongdaemun Design Plaza

    120 minutes

    Experience the colorful night market with street food, live performances, and shopping at trendy boutiques and fashion stores.

Day 5

  1. DMZ Tour

    360 minutes

    Take a tour to witness the tense history between North and South Korea at the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and Joint Security Area (JSA).

  2. Hongdae district

    180 minutes

    Explore one of the trendiest and most vibrant neighborhoods in Seoul, with everything from street performers to vintage stores and live music.

Estimated Cost (USD)


Hostel dormitory
10-20 USD per night
Budget hotel
30-50 USD per night
45-80 USD per night


1 USD per ride
1 USD per ride
10-20 USD per ride


Street food
1-5 USD per item
Casual restaurant
5-10 USD per meal
Fine dining
50-100 USD per meal


Entrance fee to Gyeongbokgung Palace
3 USD per person
Myeongdong shopping
Free, cost for shopping varies
Namsan Tower cable car
10 USD per person

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