This trip will provide you with an opportunity to wear a traditional Korean attire and to learn the historical background of Korea and Seoul. I help you to take photos and videos of you with the traditional dress and buildings. During this experience, we'll visit the palace and have fun learning and tasting the Korean traditional culture, while wearing traditional Korean attire. We'll meet at the Exit 4 of Gyeongbokgung Station. We'll go to a hanbok—traditional Korean dress—shop to change into our authentic attire. We'll then visit Gyeongbokgung, one of the main palaces of the Chosun Dynasty, and chat about the life of the royal families and the people. You can get a nice photo or video as if you are princesses, queens or kings in the Chosun palace. In addition, I will help you to organize your itinerary in Korea (in Seoul) for your preference as a registered tour guide in Korea.
I'm an ethnic Korean lived in New Zealand and Australia for more than 10 years. When I got back to Korea, I was really into my background, the tradition and culture of the Korean people, and comparing it with that of the West. I became a registered tour guide and interpreter, in English and Korean, for that reason. I really enjoy chatting with guests from all over the world. We will have a good time and become close friends during this trip by sharing our views on the tradition and culture. Also, I will help you to make the best tour plan for your remaining time in Korea.
Korean dresses Accessories & hair styling in your choice
Trip from 10 AM to noon—we'll meet at Exit 4 of Gyeongbokgung Station on Seoul Metro Line 3. We'll go to a hanbok dress shop and then visit Gyeongbokgung palace.