Seoulmate Tour in Bukchon


Seoulmate Tour in Bukchon

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Bukchon East is located next to Changdeokgung. A charming and quieter area compared to Bukchon West as it strays away from the main crowd and tucked into the neighborhood of Gahoe-dong.  This tour covers 2 part of hanok village. There are Gahoe-dong and Ikseondong.   Gahoe means “joyful meeting” in Korean, perfect for a neighborhood with residents live closely together in hanoks. This area is a hanok residential district and has many facilities offering traditional cultures and beautiful Korean architectures. You will get to see and experience how upper class live during the Joseon Dynasty. 

On the other hand, Ikseondong is a hanok village for the lower class. The name "Iksun" means "something better" Jeong Saekwon was an Independence fighter and architect that brought up Ikseondong to be a korean residential area. He was also the same architect who develop hanok in Gahoedong. It was left half abandoned during the 2000s and almost demolished but recently a group of designers helped to preserve the hanok by opening artisanal shops, cafes and restaurants. It is a must visit place to see in Seoul if you want to avoid the main-stream shops in Bukchon West. 

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Changdeokgung Palace Ticket Office

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Places you will get to visit are Go Hui Dong’s House (Korean Artist), Entrance of Changdeokgung Palace, Old Laundry Site, Secret Library, Alleyways of Gahoe-dong, Ikseondong and many more!


60 minutes.
English Language Tour : ₩40,000 Per Person

- The capacity of one pedicab is 2 adults, and a child under 4 years of age may ride along for no additional cost.

- if a child is over 4 years of age, the adult fee is applied and cannot ride along with 2 adults.

* The ride is free of charge for a child under 4 years of age only when riding along with 2 adults.

* If you are bringing a child under 4 years of age, let us know in the message section. 


1 child under 4 years of age + 1 adult = 80,000 (one pedicab)

2 children under 4 years of age + 2 adults = 120,000 (two pedicabs)

1 child over 4 years of age + 1 adult = 80,000 (one pedicab)

1 child under 4 years of age + 1 child over 4 years of age + 1 adult = 80,000 (one pedicab)