Full-Day Pop Culture & Nature Tour
- Guided adventure exploring Korean pop culture & nature
- Savouring a delicious & authentic Korean lunch
- Opportunity to shop for souvenirs at a duty-free shop
- Filming locations of popular Korean TV series & films
- Lush natural scenery & diverse array of native plant species
Tour (Route A)
Live Commentary in English. Your itinerary for Route A includes Jade Garden, lunch, Cheongdamdong Cafe, Garosu-gil and a duty-free shop.
Tour (Route B)
Live Commentary in English. Your itinerary for Route B includes Jade Garden, lunch, Nami Island and a duty-free shop.
Tour (Route C)
Live Commentary in English. Your itinerary for Route C includes Yongin MBC Dramia, lunch, Hantaek Botanical Garden and a duty-free shop.
What's included, what's not
Know before you book
- Children aged 1 and younger are complimentary.
- At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place
What you can expect
On this full-day guided adventure, choose from 3 different routes to explore Korea's popular culture, history and nature. Each route includes a delicious Korean lunch, roundtrip transfer and a chance to shop at a duty-free shop.
At Jade Garden, explore an expansive area of lush vegetation, which contains 24 themed areas. Dispersed among its patches of thick forest are 3,000 different plant species including rhododendrons, maple trees and blueberry bushes. From there, stop at the Chungdamdong Cafe before heading to the Gangnam region. Then stroll Garosu-gil's tree-lined streets and find many quaint shops and cafés.
After exploring Jade Garden's verdant forest, head to the beautiful Nami Island. This half-moon-shaped island is a prominent backdrop for many romantic scenes in Winter Sonata, the popular Korean TV series. Wander the Forest of Sweethearts, where Junsang and Yoojin first kissed. As you walk, see the ostriches, deer and other wildlife that inhabit the area.
Start at the Yongin MBC Dramia. This open film set is carefully constructed to accurately reflect Korea's ancient culture and history. Browse an exhibition of traditional garb, which you can even try on (at your own expense). Afterward, discover 9,000 different plant species at Hantaek Botanical Garden.