Seochon Korean BBQ Foodie Walking Tour

Tongin Market Tteoppokki
Samgyeopsal (grilled pork loin)
Ssam Koreanfood
Patbingsu shaved ice with redbean

About

This half-day Seochon Korean BBQ walking tour takes you to the very adorable tourist spots in Seochon that is located right next to the Gyeongbok Royal Palace. You can try delicious Korean BBQ at the local restaurant and also visit traditional open market has many different kinds of street vendors. This tour also includes savory summer Korean dessert, Bingsu (Shaved ice with red bean).

Suggested Itinerary

Meeting at Gyeongbokgung Station exit.2 - Tongin Market - Try some street food - lunch (Korean BBQ) - Desert (Shaved Ice) - Going back to Gyeongbokgung Station exit.2

 

Please note

This tour only available on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 

Tour can be cancelled due to weather condition. 

Duration

11:30-14:30

Inclusion

licensed tour guide, lunch, snack, shaved ice 

Exclusion

Gratitude

Notice

Max 9 people are allowed for tour.
Children rate 10% discounted apply 
Under 36-month infant rates apply  

Cancellation Policy 

If 7 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.

If you cancel between 3 & 6 days in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50% cancellation fee. If you cancel within 2 days of the scheduled departure, there is a 100% cancellation fee.

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Patbingsu shaved ice with redbean

Patbingsu (팥빙수, sometimes anglicized as patbingsoo, literally "red beans shaved ice") is a Korean shaved ice dessert with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit, condensed milk, fruit syrup, and red beans.Varieties with ingredients other than red beans are called bingsu and also with the anglicized spelling bingsoo. The snack is highly popular in Korea.