7 Days trip in Korea, South

Budget: 0 USD - 3000 USD Food exploration
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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

    Tour the Gyeongbokgung Palace, one of the most iconic and charming historical landmarks in Korea, and immerse yourself into the rich cultural heritage of Korea.

  2. Myeong-dong

    180 minutes

    Explore the vibrant streets of Myeong-dong and indulge yourself in authentic Korean street foods and delicious snacks. Also, get your shopping game on and don't forget to try the cosmetics of Korean brands.

  3. Gwangjang Market

    120 minutes

    Experience the traditional Korean market life and savor the mouthwatering street foods at Gwangjang Market. Try their famous Bindae-tteok (mung bean pancake) and tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes).

Day 2

  1. Bukhansan National Park

    240 minutes

    Enjoy a hiking trail at Bukhansan National Park and admire the breathtaking mountain views. Don't forget to pack some snack for your journey.

  2. Hongdae district

    180 minutes

    Visit the artsy district of Hongdae and try the Korean-style craft beers, accompanied by some tasty Korean bites. Explore the unique art galleries and live performances in the streets.

  3. Namsan Tower

    120 minutes

    Experience the stunning views of the Seoul skyline at Namsan Tower, and take some memorable pictures with your loved ones under the romantic lighting of the tower.

Day 3

  1. Bongeunsa Temple

    120 minutes

    Experience the peaceful atmosphere of Bongeunsa Temple, one of the most iconic Buddhist temples in Korea. Take a guided tour, learn about the rich Buddhist culture, and admire the ancient architecture.

  2. Garosu-gil Street

    240 minutes

    Shop at the trendy Garosu-gil Street, filled with unique shops and trendy boutiques. Try some Korean fusion foods and take a selfie at the famous dog cafe.

  3. Noryangjin Fish Market

    120 minutes

    Enter the hustle and bustle of Noryangjin Fish Market, and choose your fresh seafood to be cooked in front of you as the Korean-style dish. Don't forget to try the famous hagfish soup, a Korean delicacy.

Day 4

  1. K-Pop Experience Center

    120 minutes

    Immerse yourself into the K-pop culture at the K-Pop Experience Center. Record your own K-pop music video, try the different dance moves, and learn about the fascinating behind-the-scenes of K-pop stars.

  2. Lotte World Theme Park

    360 minutes

    Have some fun at the massive Lotte World Theme Park, home to thrilling rides, live performances, and entertaining parades. Make sure to try the famous churros and cotton candy!

  3. Noraebang Karaoke

    180 minutes

    Go to a local Noraebang Karaoke, or Korean-style karaoke, and sing your heart out with your favorite Korean pop songs. Order some Korean snacks and Soju, and have a memorable night with your friends.

Day 5

  1. Seoul Forest

    120 minutes

    Explore the vast Seoul Forest, one of the largest urban parks in Seoul, and enjoy the natural beauty of the woods and flora. Take some amazing photos with the picturesque scenery.

  2. Insadong Street

    240 minutes

    Wander around the ancient Insadong Street, a hub of culture and traditions, and admire the classic Korean art galleries and shops selling traditional Korean crafts. Buy yourself some souvenirs to cherish your Korea trip forever.

  3. Itaewon

    240 minutes

    Indulge yourself in the multicultural district of Itaewon, famous for its diverse food options and exciting nightlife. Grab some international street foods and drinks, and dance the night away at a local pub.

Day 6

  1. Trick Eye Museum

    120 minutes

    Have some fun at the Trick Eye Museum, the first and the largest 3D concept museum in Korea. Take creative and mind-boggling photos with the interactive art installation and optical illusions.

  2. COEX Mall

    240 minutes

    Shop 'til you drop at the massive COEX Mall, the largest underground shopping mall in Asia. Try some Korean street foods at the food court and visit the aquarium on the top floor.

  3. Gangnam District

    180 minutes

    Dine at the upscale restaurants of the famous Gangnam District, also known as 'the Beverly Hills of Seoul.' Sip some Soju and enjoy the astounding city views from the rooftop bars.

Day 7

  1. DMZ Tour

    360 minutes

    Take a guided tour to the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone), which separates North and South Korea, and learn about the Korean War and the tense situation between the two Koreas. Visit the Third Tunnel and the Dora Observatory for unparalleled views.

  2. Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain

    120 minutes

    Experience the magical Banpo Bridge Rainbow Fountain, the world-famous fountain show that sparkles in the colorful LED lights. Enjoy some drinks and snacks at the nearby cafes while watching the show.

  3. Jagalchi Market

    120 minutes

    Savor the fresh seafood delicacies at the Jagalchi Market, the largest seafood market in Korea. Try the grilled octopus and the raw fish, and experience the lively atmosphere of the market.

Estimated Cost (USD)


15-25 per night
50-80 per night
30-60 per night


1-2 per ride
1-2 per ride
3-5 per ride


Street Food
1-5 per dish
Regular Restaurant
5-15 per meal
Fancy Restaurant
20-50 per meal


Entrance Fee for Museums
2-10 per person
Theme Park Entrance Fee
20-50 per person
Guided Tour
20-50 per person

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