FOODIE TOUR – Palace, Temple and Market Guided at Night (Seoul)

$ 50.0

  • This is for FOREIGNERS ONLY
  • The price is the same for adults and children
  • No charge for under 24 months (ID verification)
  • If more than 2 Pax, please contact us via email

Tour info

Min PAX:
2 PAX / More than 2 pax, please contact us by email (
3 days in advance
Within 2 business days
Meeting Point:
Meet your guide at Hyehwa Station, exit 4 (outside)

Special offer

  • Marvel at Changgyeonggung Palace at it is illuminated under the starry sky.
  • Explore the grandeur and history of Changgyeonggung Palace, a Joseon Dynasty gem.
  • Enjoy unique Korean Night Market without waiting skip the line.
  • Experience Buddhist serenity in the tranquil ambiance of Jogyesa Temple.
  • Try live octopus and sample 4 types of street food and traditional Pancakes.
  • All entrance fees.
  • Professional historical guide.
  • 4 types of Gwangjang Market street food (Tteokbokki, kimbap, sundae, and Twisted Bread Stick).
  • Makgeolli (Korean rice wine).
  • Assorted Jeon fritters (kimchi jeon, tofu jeon, meat jeon, etc.).
  • Sannakji (taste the live octopus from the movie Oldboy).
  • Personal expenses.
  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off.
  • PM 7:00

    Start the Tour

    Meet your guide at Hyehwa Station, exit 4 (outside).

  • Pass by Daehak-ro

    Daehakro is a major “arts & culture street” of Korea with some 150 theaters clustered in the area. Stretching for about 1.6km from Jongno 5-ga in Jongno-gu to the Hyehwa-dong Rotary, Daehakro was designated a “cultural zone” operated as a “no cars zone” on weekends.

  • PM 7:20 - PM 7:50

    Changgyeongung Palace

    Located in the heart of Seoul, Changgyeonggung Palace was originally built as Suganggung Palace by the 4th ruler of the Joseon dynasty, King Sejong, for his retiring father, King Taejong. It often served as residential quarters for queens and concubines. It later became a park with a zoo and a botanical garden during Japanese colonial rule. The palace grounds remained this way until 1983 when restoration of its old grace was completed.

  • PM 7:50 - PM 8:50

    Gwangjang Market

    Gwangjang Market was the first permanent market in Korea. The name Gwangjang means “to gather from afar and keep altogether.” The market began as a small trading center that brought in goods from nearby regions, but has now grown into a large wholesale market selling a variety of goods, including upholstery, imported goods, groceries, dried fish, traditional goods, and more.

  • PM 8:50 - PM 9:20

    Ikseon-dong Hanok Street

    Ikseon-dong is a place where the harmony of alleys and hanok houses exudes beautiful charm and is a must-visit spot for tourists of all ages and genders. It is also an area that connects the younger and older generations.

  • Pass by Jongno 3 Stalls Alley

    In the back alleys of Jongno 3-ga, you can find a row of outdoor food stalls, which are called “Pojangmacha” in Korean (literally meaning “tented wagon”). If you watch a Korean drama, you might have seen an episode at least once, in which the male protagonist downs his sorrows with bottle after bottle of soju while sitting alone in a pojangmacha.

    The pojangmachas usually open up around 5:00-6:00PM. and run throughout the night till midnight, about 03:00-04:00AM.

  • PM 9:20 - PM 9:40


    Insa-dong is an important place where old but precious traditional goods are on display. There is one main road in Insa-dong with alleys on each side. Within these alleys are galleries, traditional restaurants, teahouses, and cafes. Every Saturday from 2:00PM to 10:00PM and Sunday from 10:00AM to 10:00PM, the main street is blocked to vehicular traffic and it becomes a cultural space. Stores set up booths outside and Korean candy merchants and fortune teller stalls can easily be found.

  • PM 9:40 - PM 10:00

    Jogyesa Temple

    The temple was built in the late 14th century during the Goryeo period but was completely destroyed in a fire. It was rebuilt under the name of Gakwangsa Temple in 1910. In 1954, a purification drive took place to eliminate Japanese influence and revive traditional Buddhism, which established the present day Jogyesa Temple as a result.

    Jogyesa Temple plays an important role in Korean Buddhism as the head temple of the Jogye order. Jogyesa Temple’s Dharma Hall serves as the main venue for several Buddhist events, holding rituals, lectures, ceremonies, and other events all year long.

  • PM 10:00

    End of The Tour

    The tour ends at Jogyesa Temple, in front of Anguk Station. the guide will inform you on how to get home.

*Tour time stated in Itinerary is subject to change.

  1. Guide is based on 3 hours.
  2. Meeting time is subject to change depending on your hotel or traffic Jam.
  3. We always arrange convenient and safe vehicles with experienced and courteous drivers, equipped with air conditioner and heater.
Terms & Condition

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  1. Cancellation policy for one day tour will be automatically applied as below:
    • 100% Refund 7 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
    • 50% Refund 5 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
    • 0% Refund 2 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
  2. If you need to change the date, please cancel and make a new booking. Regular cancellation policy will be applied.
  3. Personal/ Medical/ Bad weather/ Flight cancellation/ Natural disaster/ or any other reasons that we cannot control are NO EXCEPTIONS to the cancellation policy and NO REFUND will be done by the company according to our Cancellation policy.
  4. Written notice of cancellation must be received by Etourism Co. Ltd. either by email or via our website. Oral cancellation will not be accepted.
  5. If for some personal reasons the client wants to cancel the tour once it already started, NO REFUND will be done by the company.

Adjustment Policy

  1. We reserve the right to change the tour prices with or without notice due to exchange rate fluctuation.
  2. As a result of various operational factors, usually flight delays and schedule changes, there may be a slight change to the arrangements.
  3. All museums are not offered on Mondays. Another attraction will be a substitute.
  4. We reserve the right to adjust/change our Terms & Conditions without prior notice

Responsibility Policy

  1. We have NO RESPONSIBILITY for any Damage/Accident/Death/Loss/Sickness/Injury/Natural disaster/Political or Personal reasons arising from activities during the trip.
  2. You are responsible for respecting the authority and following the directions of the tour guide and Korean laws during a tour.

Health Condition

  1. Some of our tours may include activities such as walking long distance and hiking.
  2. It is your responsibility to consult with your physician regarding your health condition and ability to travel long distances. Please let us know your needs when booking. In case we cannot provide the service, you need to be accompanied by a companion who will be responsible for independently providing the needed assistance.

Please refer to the Terms and conditions.

Simple steps to book online
Package Tour Process

1. You need to log in first.

Package Tour Process

2. Choose Departure date, Pax and the number of people.

ex) If two people need reservation, click your departure date and click ‘For 2 people’ in PAX option. Then click ‘2’ for Per Person option.

Package Tour Process

3. Choose your option.

Package Tour Process

4-1. Choose your payment option

*1 Day tour has only Full payment option

Package Tour Process

4-1. Choose your payment option

*Multiday tour has 2 kinds of options.
Option 1: Deposit (30% from total price) by PayPal and pay the balance in Korea upon arrival.
Option 2: Full payment by PayPal.

Package Tour Process

5. Payment can be done by PayPal.

Package Tour Process

6-1. Check your email voucher.

*1 Day tour
– We will send you the Confirmation Voucher within 3 business days.

Package Tour Process

6-1. Check your email voucher.

*Multiday tour
– We will send you the Draft Confirmation Voucher within 3 business days.
– We will send you the Final Confirmation Voucher 2 weeks before departure date.

Package Tour Process

7. Show your voucher to our driver or tour guide at the airport


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