Tour information

Post- Tour [Samsung Electronics Tour]

WhereSamsung Innovation Museum, Samsung Electronics, Samsung-ro 129, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do

When 05.22.2015 (After Closing Ceremony)

Pre-tour at http://www.samsunginnovationmuseum.com

Tour information http://www.visitseoul.net

Jongno was where the kings and royal families lived hundreds of years ago. The area also played a key role in connecting the capital city with the other regions. In the present day, Jongno is a place where the ancestral heritage and modern cultures coexist. Jongno is a hub of tourist activities in the daytime, but nighttime is when you’ll discover its special charms. Keep reading below to find some things to see and do in Jongno after the sun sets.

Running between rows of tall buildings in downtown Seoul. Cheonggyecheon Stream is an urban space that also serves as a cultural and arts venue by providing various recreational areas, including the beautiful promenade alongside the stream. Cool, clean water runs down the stream and plants grow along the banks. At night, the fountains along the stream, as well as the four-meter-high, two-tiered waterfall at Cheonggye Plaza, create a beautiful symphony of water and light.

Tours & Food

Bukchon Hanok Village once served as the residential area for the high-ranking officials during the Joseon Dynasty. Located in the neighborhood of Gahoe-dong in Seoul, the village is made up of well-preserved hanoks (traditional Korean houses) where people still reside. Today, many of these hanoks operate as cultural centers, guesthouses, restaurants and tea houses, providing an opportunity to experience, learn and immerse in traditional culture.

Galbi (grilled short rib patties)

Bibimbab (combination of rice, vegetables, and red chili paste)