See some of the best sights in Seoul during this 3-hour, family friendly walking tour. Snap photos of the Deoksugung Place, Deoksugung
, also known as Gyeongun-gung
, Deoksugung Palace
, or Deoksu Palace
, is a walled compound of palaces in Seoul that was inhabited by members of Korea's royal family during the Joseon monarchy until colonial period around the turn of the 20th century. The meet up with your guide at the Place, entrance fees, are included.
Meet your English-speaking local guide at 10am to begin your tour of the Deoksugung Palace.
Wonder photo opportunities to take here the traditional palace buildings, and the forested gardens on the palace grounds, a statue of King Sejong the Great and the National Museum of Art, which holds special exhibitions.
Deoksugung Palace is very distinct among Korean palaces. It has a contemporary and a western style garden and fountain. The Changing of the Royal Guard is in front of Daehanmun (Gate) is a very popular event for many visitors. The royal guard was accountable for opening and closing the palace gate in the Joseon Dynasty. Exterior of the palace is a picturesque road with a stone wall.
Hotel Pick-up available at select hotels in Seoul for additional charge. Entrance fees are included, but other food, drinks, and optional gratuities are at your own expense.