Free Walking Tours in Seoul

Free guided tours in Seoul? Yes, it is possible! Seoul is a beautiful city, with a rich past and culture. There are plenty of things to visit from majestic traditional structures to the more modern buildings and features. 

Seoul City is offering free walking tours with professional guides and multilingual services. These tour guides are the best opportunity to learn more about Korean culture and history with your kids. With currently 23 different tours, there is something for everyone! At the moment, only two tours are permanent: the Namsangol Hanok Village tour and the War Memorial of Korea tour. 

Permanent tours

Namsangol Hanok Village
Hours : 10:30 AM/2:00 PM/3:30 PM everyday except Tuesday
Contact : 02-2264-4412 

War Memorial of Korea
Languages: Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese 
Hours of Guided Tours: 10:00AM~5:00PM everyday except Monday
Contact: 02-709-3139 

List of the current tours (Nov.2017)
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*(Seoullo 7017) From Hanyang to Seoul
*(Seoullo 7017) Exploration of Modern & Contemporary Architecture at Seoullo
*(Seoullo 7017) Night Tour of Seoullo (Night Course)
*Cheonggyecheon (Cheonggye Stream) 1
*Cheonggyecheon (Cheonggye Stream) 2
*Traditional Market Course
*Insadong Course
*Mongchontoseong (Mongchon Earthern Fortress)
*Lives of Seonggyungwan Confucian scholars – Space and figures
*Sejong-daero Hangeul Gaon-gil Course
*Daehak-ro Buildings Course
*‘Tong Tong(Plump)’ Tour Course of Seoul City Hall
*Hangang (Han River)
*Naksan Rampart (City Wall)
*Gyeonghuigung (Gyeonghui Palace) – Seodaemun
*Deoksugung (Deoksu Palace) – Jeong-dong
*Seolleung – Bongeunsa (Temple)
*Seochon Hanok Village
*Bukchon Hanok Village
*Changdeokgung (Changdeok Palace)
*Changgyeonggung (Changgyeong Palace)
*Gyeongbokgung(Gyeongbok Palace)

How to make a reservation?

To make a reservation, you should go on the Visit Seoul Website, select your tour and simply make a reservation a as indicated. All reservations should be made at least 3 days in advance. 

Weekdays: 10AM/2PM
Weekends: 10AM /2PM/3PM
Number of participants
10~21 people per group

Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese

Admission fees are not included 

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