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EPIC 7 days Korea itinerary for first-timers (2022-2023)

Are you heading to Korea and looking for the perfect 7 days Korea itinerary? You came to the right place. Here we share what to do and where to go when you have 7 days in South Korea.

South Korea is a fascinating country. It has a rich history and offers its visitors everything from the ultra-modern capital city of Seoul to villages like Andong where it seems that time has stood still. 

The country has countless National Parks, one of them even adjacent to Seoul, where we did some impressive but exhausting hikes. The park is very mountainous…  

So, there’s a lot to explore in South Korea and the hospitable Koreans made our stay impeccable. 

In this Korea trip blog post we share our complete day-by-day South Korea itinerary for 7 days. We end with some travel tips for South Korea.

Perfect for your first time in Korea.

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In a hurry? Here we share our South Korea itinerary overview

If you don’t have time to read through the full 7 days Korea itinerary,  use this overview to get an idea of the things to do each day and save it for later.

  • Day 1-2 Seoul: Palaces, Insadong, traditional Hanok houses, Gwangjang market, Myeongdong, DMZ
  • Day 3-4 Gyeongju: Andong Hahoe Folk Village, Royal tombs, Bulgasaka temple
  • Day 5-6 Busan: Haeundae beach, Gwangandaegyo bridge, Taejongdae Resort Park, Jagalchi Fish Market, Busan Tower, Water Temple, Gamcheon cultural village
  • Day 7 Seoul: Seoul tower, Bukhansan National Park

How to travel around South Korea

By car

We rented a car and went on a road trip in South Korea.

You won’t need your car in Seoul so our advice would be to pick up your car from one of the many downtown locations when you leave for Gyeongju.

You can rent a car from, QEEQ, or Klook.

Here is all the information you need about renting a car and driving in Korea.

By train

If you prefer not to drive you can use the train. Both Gyeongju and Busan have good train connections. If you travel this itinerary by train you will save with the Korea Rail Pass.

1 week in South Korea: Our South Korea itinerary 

Most international flights arrive in Seoul. This makes it the logical city to start our tour.

Day 1 -2: Seoul

Seoul represents the futuristic race the country has run over the past years.  The pace at which this city has been undergoing development is similar to those of Chinese cities. 

Seoul expanded enormously over the years and now houses almost 12 million people. It borders Incheon in the West and Bukhansan National Park in the North. 

The highlights can be visited in a few days but you will need weeks to discover all areas of this stretched-out megapolis.

Seoul Cheonggycheon river walk, South Korea
Don’t forget to stroll around the Cheonggyecheon stream during your Korea itinerary.

Seoul city walk

Depending on what time you arrive in Seoul you can do (part of this) walk to get a good first impression of this fantastic city.

The city counts 5 palaces.  We visited Gyeongbokgung Palace, the most popular one, to watch the changing of the guards. Later on, we also went to Unhyeoungung Palace and Deosugung Palace. Those palaces are not as popular which makes them ideal for a complete and tranquil visit. 

From Unhyeoungung you can continue to Bukchon Hanok Village, one of the most beautiful places in South Korea to stroll between the traditional Hanok houses. 

From Bukchon it’s not far to Insadong, one of the most traditional and cultural districts in Seoul and a great place for lunch. 

Make sure to drop by the beautifully decorated Jogyesa temple.

A little bit further out, but worth the detour, is Gwangjang market. 

This is a traditional street market where you can mingle with the Koreans to taste some of the local street-food delicacies.

Have a look at the stalls that sell San-nakji which is raw octopus that is killed by cutting it into pieces on your plate so that the tentacles are still moving while it is served. 

I can assure you that we did not try this either but there’s a lot more you can enjoy like the Soonday (blood sausage), different kinds of rice rolls, and bindaetteok, a kind of pancake.

Seoul, Gwangjang market, South Korea
Korea travel tip: Visit the Gwangjang market while you are in Seoul.

Coming back from Gwangjang take a left at the futuristic Jongno tower towards Myeongdong

Where you cross the Cheonggyecheon River, you will find several food trucks. 

After you have discovered the Myeongdong shopping district you can make your way to the modern city hall and walk along the wide Sejong-daero boulevard back towards Gyeongbokgung palace.

Seoul Itinerary

Now that you’ve already got a first impression of this thriving capital it’s time to explore it further.

You can easily spend a day exploring the city’s palaces and Bukchon Hanok Village. A second day can be spent going to Namsan Park where you can go up the Seoul Tower. Afterward, you can visit Myeongdong and Hongdae.

If you ask us, the DMZ is also something not to be missed.

As you can see there is more than enough to do for 2 days.

We won’t go into more detail here. Instead, have a look at our detailed 3-7 day Seoul Itinerary. Our recommendation would be to focus on the first 2 days of this itinerary, but of course, you are free to create your own itinerary based on the different activities that we describe.

Take our Seoul E-guide with you 

For the price of a single cup of coffee, you can get our 3-7 days Seoul itinerary as a nicely formatted PDF document.

You can print it or store it on your phone so you can access it anytime during your visit to Seoul.

Have a look here for more information and a preview.

Organized Tours in Seoul 

Here is an overview of the best-organized tours in Seoul.  An organized tour saves you time and, moreover, the tour guide will enlighten you about the different sights you visit.

We partnered up with GetYourGuide and Klook for these activities. 

We love GetYourGuide because they’re flexible.  Sometimes your plans change last minute and then you want to be able to cancel your tickets and get your money back.  It’s also good to know that GetYourGuide has your back when the local tour operator doesn’t show up or cancels your trip.

Klook is a trustworthy travel company headquartered in Hong Kong that teams up with local operators to offer all kinds of travel experiences.

We selected 3 excellent tours in Seoul just for you.

Visit the DMZ 
Dorosan train station, DMZ, Seoul

Visiting the DMZ is a must-do when you are in Seoul. The DMZ area is located around 60 km up north of Seoul and can only be visited with a guided tour.

Make sure to book your tours well in advance as they often sell-out.  Trips to the DMZ run Tuesday to Friday.

Book a full-day tour that includes the JSA, the Joint Security Area, the place where the 2 countries meet, and where you can step across the border and be in North Korea for a few minutes.

You can read more about the DMZ in day 3 of this itinerary and we have a full article online that compares the different tours that you can book to visit the DMZ.

Join a Seoul City Bus Tour
Seoul, Jogyesa temple, South Korea
The beautiful Jogyesa temple.

If you want to discover the highlights of Seoul but you are short on time, this bus tour is for you. Hop on the bus and discover the top city attractions with ease.

Perfect for first-time visitors.

Check prices and availability:
Seoul City Bus Tour

Experience a Nanta show in Myeongdong or Hongdae
Nanta show Myeongdong Theatre

If you are looking for a fun night out in Seoul this nonverbal Nanta show is perfect for you. The narrative centers around 3 charismatic chefs and integrates the traditional rhythms of Samulnori with comedy and drama. 

Lots of fun and perfect for the whole family.

For this activity, we decided to partner up with Klook because they often have the cheapest tickets for the Nanta show.

Check prices and availability:
Nanta show

Where to stay in Seoul? 

Seoul is a large city with lots of districts each with its own styles and attractions.

Here we share the best places to stay for tourists and first-timers based on our own experience.

Myeongdong – City Center

Myeongdong is right in the heart of Seoul’s city center.

This is one of the most popular places to stay. 

The district does draw large crowds of tourists as well as shoppers and once the sun settles people flock to the streets to stroll along the pop-up food stalls and enjoy some of the best street food that Seoul has to offer. 

You will also find plenty of restaurant options, we had some of the best dakgalbi in this district. 

By staying in Myeongdong you are close to the Namsan Seoul Tower and the Namdaemun Sungnyemun gate.

Metro hotel
Metro hotel Myendong South Korea

The Metro hotel is within walking distance of shopping areas, street food, and public transportation. 

The rooms are small but clean and all have complimentary water, tea, and coffee facilities.

The hotel offers a complimentary smartphone which you can use to make local calls and take out when exploring.

The hotel offers a free massage chair to use in the main lobby which is nice after a tiring day sightseeing.

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Insa-Dong – Palace Quarter

Insa-dong is one of the most traditional and cultural districts in Seoul and a very touristy district.  The streets are lined with souvenir shops, restaurants, and tea houses.

You are within walking distance of most palaces, the Jogyesa Buddhist Temple, Bukchon Hanok village, and Gwanghwamum square. 

This is probably the best location if you’re short on time and want to visit the highlights on foot.

Sunbee hotel
Sunbee Hotel Insadong South Korea

The Sunbee hotel is close to 2 subway stations, the Bukchon Hanok Village, and Seoul’s city center.

There are many nice restaurants, tea houses, and cafes near the hotel.

This is an excellent location for sightseeing.  The rooms are large and have good beds.  

The hotel staff is always friendly and willing to help and most of them speak English.

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We stayed in Gangnam the commercial district of Seoul that attracts the rich and young crowds who come here to spend their hard-earned money in the many exclusive bars, restaurants, and nightlife venues. 

Its huge boulevards are lined with skyscrapers and are best enjoyed after dark when Gangnam comes alive and the huge billboards lighten up the neighborhood.

Gangnam is a little outside of the traditional tourist spots and might not be ideal if this is your first visit to Seoul.

Seoul has one of the world’s largest subway networks and the trains run frequently.  Still, it took us 45 minutes to get from Gangnam to Anguk, one of the major stations in InsaDong, the Palace District.

The advantage of staying in Gangnam is that the hotel rooms tend to be a tad larger here compared to the city center.

Aloft Seoul Gangnam
Seoul Aloft Gangnam, South Korea

Aloft Seoul Gangnam is about 5 mins walk to Cheongdam station (line 7). The subway system takes you relatively easy and fast to all the places of interest.

The hotel is very easy to reach from Incheon airport (Airport Bus 6006 literally stops in front of the entrance) and is in the nice Cheongdam Area with a bunch of good food options and coffee shops.

Nice rooms with great service. Friendly and helpful staff.

Check prices and availability:


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If you aren’t convinced of the above-mentioned hotels have a look at our other Seoul accommodations posts.

Day 3 -4: Gyeongju

The next stop on our 1-week Korea itinerary is Gyeongju.

As soon as you leave Seoul you will find yourself surrounded by high mountains and idyllic countryside. A stark contrast with the urban jungle of Seoul.

For the next 2 to 6 hours you will see endless green landscapes that occasionally have to make way for rugged mountain tops.

Gyeongju used to be the capital of Korea during the Silla dynasty and today it is still recognized as the cultural capital of the country.

This makes Gyeongju a must-visit on your 7-day Korea itinerary.

How to get to Gyeongju from Seoul

The fastest and easiest way is by KTX train. KTX trains travel between Seoul station and Singyeongju Station. The journey takes around 2 hours. From Singyeongju you can take a bus to Gyeongju. The bus ride adds another 30 minutes.

Don’t forget to buy a Korea Rail Pass. If you do the round trip between Seoul and Singyeongju, with a stopover in Busan, you will save with a Korea Rail Pass.

Having a rental car offers more freedom but you won’t be able to beat the time it takes for the train to reach the city. Using turnpikes the journey takes 4 hours, if you want to avoid tolls it will take somewhere between 5 and 6 hours.

The advantage of self-driving is that you can enjoy the beautiful landscape at your own pace, and make a stopover in the Andong Hahoe Folk village.

South Korea Gyeongju Donggung Palace Wolji Pond
The beautiful Donggung Palace in Gyeongju. This is a must-visit on your South-Korea itinerary.

The Andong Hahoe Folk Village

On your way from Seoul to Gyeongju, you will pass the Andong Hahoe Folk Village.

Allow 2 hours for a visit to this folkloristic village. We had mixed feelings about our visit.  This well-preserved village forms a valuable part of Korean culture and is recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage site. But it is not an open-air museum.

All houses are inhabited and most are hidden behind high ramparts and closed gates.  Therefore you cannot visit the houses, you can only stroll through the streets or drive through them with a golf cart as many Asian tourists do. 

It feels strange to pay an entrance fee just to walk through the streets of an inhabited village. 

I hope our entrance fee helps the inhabitants to conserve their village but as a visitor, I would have loved to see the inside of some of these houses and some more historical context like you get in most folk villages.

That’s why I would recommend taking a guide who can give you some context about the things you see. He or she can teach you all kinds of things about Korean culture, architecture, and religion. I’m sure we would have appreciated our visit more with a guide.

If you want to visit the Andong Hahoe Folk Village but don’t want to drive there yourself you can join an organized day tour from Seoul. If you’re a party of 3 or more you can arrange your own private group trip.

Check prices and availability:

Individual tour

Private group tour

Gyeongju Woljeonggyo Bridge, South Korea
The beautiful Woljeonggyo bridge near Gyeongju.

Things to do in Gyeongju

Gyeongju is a relatively small town and most sights are within walking distance.

You can see most of the highlights of Gyeongju by walking from the city center past the Royal Tombs (often compared to Teletubbies houses) and the observation tower to the Donggung Palace with the Wolji Pond. 

The most charming moment to visit the Palace is after dark when the reflection of the palace in the water turns your visit into a fairytale story.

Still, it is a good idea to buy your tickets during the day so that when you come back in the evening you can walk straight in and skip the huge lines at the ticket machines.

Bulgaksa is a popular temple near Gyeongju.  Recognized as Unesco World heritage it houses 7 of South Korea’s national treasures. 

From the temple, you can hike to the nearby Seokguram Grotto which is part of the temple and also recognized as Unesco World heritage. 

It’s a scenic 45-minute uphill walk.  It is a small but peaceful temple with a stone-carved Buddha in the cave. 

No photographing is allowed and a glass wall has been put up to protect the interior of the cave.

Where to stay in Gyeongju

Gyeongju GG Tourist Hotel
Gg tourist hotel Gyeongju South Korea

We stayed at the Gyeongju GG Tourist Hotel. The hotel lies in a good location right in the city center near the bus terminal.

It’s easy to walk to the Royal tombs as well as the other UNESCO World Heritage sites in the ancient tomb complex.

The hotel has spacious and comfortable rooms with a big bathroom.

The only negative that we can say is that the walls of the room are quite thin. We had a lot of noise from our neighbors who were arguing until late at night. But I suppose we were just unlucky with our neighbors this night.

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If you have a car you can also opt for a hotel near the Bomun lake where you can take long walks around the lake.

Hotel Lahan Select Gyeongju
Hotel Hyundai Gyeongju South Korea

Hotel Lahan Select Gyeongju offers comfortable rooms with a balcony.

The hotel is in a great location next to the lake, a stroll around the lake is lovely, certainly during the cherry blossom season.

The hotel has a buffet restaurant, Chinese restaurant, coffee shop, bakery & wine shop, kids play area, and video gaming room. 

The professional hotel staff speaks English.

Check prices and availability:


Busan Haeundae Beach, South Korea
Haeundae Beach in Busan

Day 5 – 6: Busan

Next on our list is Busan, South Korea’s fastest-growing city. A fishing village bursting at the seams.

Getting to Busan

If you travel by train, the journey from Gyeongju to Busan takes about 1 hour.

You will first need to jump on the bus to Singyeongju station where you can board a KTX train for Busan.

If you drive yourself it will take 2 hours if you use the toll roads or 30 minutes more if you avoid them.

Things to do in Busan

Busan is located along South Korea’s southeastern coast. It has some wonderful beaches and draws huge crowds during the summer months. 

Haeundae beach is a nice place to stay if you fancy a romantic stroll on the beach before you retire to your hotel room.

The nearby Dongbaek park offers splendid nocturnal views on the 7-km long Gwangandaegyo bridge, better known as the Diamond bridge.

Busan Diamond Bridge Gwangandaegyo, South Korea
The beautiful Diamond Bridge at night.

On hot days you can cool down in the Shinsegae Centum city shopping center. 

Holding the record of the world’s largest shopping complex you will be able to tie on your ice skates and practice some rounds on the ice rink or relax in Spa Land.

An enormous spa complex with 22 different spas and a mixture of 13 different  Korean traditional ‘Jjimjil-bang’ saunas and saunas from all over the world.

Busan’s Sea Life Aquarium is also in Haeundae. It’s highly regarded, certainly by couples with kids.  If you visit the aquarium you can save a lot of money by buying discount tickets online here.

Read Also:

There are over 3500 islands to discover in South Korea. One of the most famous and beautiful is Jeju island.

In the center of Busan, you will find the Busan tower and the Nampodong & Jagalchi markets.

A little outside of the city is Taejongdae Resort Park, a peninsula that offers breathtaking views, and the Instagram-worthy Haedong Yonggungsa temple.

Also worth mentioning is the colorful cultural village of Gamcheon.  Due to the photogenic stacked houses, this place is very popular with tourists.

Busan has loads more to offer. We recommend that you follow our 2-day Busan itinerary.

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Organized Tours in Busan

Busan lacks the efficient public transportation network of Seoul. There is a metro network but many of the tourist sights are far from the subway stops and will require a ride by bus. A car is therefore still useful in this city.

For those who do not have a rental car, we share some organized tours below. With these organized tours, you can efficiently visit the different sights.

You will not need to plot out your own itinerary and you won’t lose time waiting for the bus.

Busan Private Tour with a Local
Lotte Department Store Seomyeon Busan South Korea

If you are like us and you don’t like group tours, this private tour might be something for you. 

With this tour, you will have the chance to explore Busan with a local guide who will customize your tour in line with your personal interests.

Perfect if you want to learn more about Busan but you don’t like group tours.

Check prices and availability:
Private customizable Busan Tour

Busan Night City Tour 
Busan by night, South Korea

Busan is well known for its amazing night views. This tour is for you if you want to discover the city at night and take awesome night pictures.

Check prices and availability:
Busan night tour

If you didn’t find what you were looking for, take a look at our overview with the best Busan day tours. 

Where to stay in Busan

Here’s a complete list of excellent places to stay in Busan.

Below is the hotel where we stayed during our last visit to Busan.

 Shilla Stay Haeundae
Busan Haeundae Shilla Stay, South Korea

We stayed in the brand new Shilla Stay Haeundae hotel, located right in front of Haeundae beach.

The hotel has soberly decorated modern and comfortable rooms.

They have a rooftop bar which is a great place to hang out. The hotel is within walking distance of many restaurants.

Check prices and availability:


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Bukhansan National Park, South Korea
Bukhansan National Park is a great place for hiking near Seoul

Day 7: Seoul

The last day of your 7-day South Korea travel itinerary takes us back to Seoul to spend more time in this huge metropolis.

Seoul, Seoul Tower Love locks, South Korea
The Seoul Tower is an unmissable stop on your Korea itinerary

Several viewpoints offer dramatic views of the vastness of Seoul.  

The Seoul tower and Seoul sky (in the Lotte world center) are perhaps the 2 most known and most accessible while the vistas from Bukhansan National Park are not as widely known.

The views from the park are at least as good and we absolutely recommend that nature lovers reserve some time to visit the park.

The trail that leads up to the Bogungmun gate of the old fort is tiring but once you reach the top you are rewarded with a beautiful view of the park and the vast city.

From here you can follow the ramparts of the old fort to the Daeseongmun gate where you can go back down via another path.

You can also use your last day for a great day trip (or weekend trip) from Seoul. 

South Korea travel tips

Let’s end this Korea itinerary blog with some Korean travel tips.

What’s the best time to visit South Korea?

May, September, and October are the best months to visit South Korea. 

June, July, and August are rainier and hotter with temperatures reaching 25 to 30 degrees.  Moreover, the risk of typhoons is also greater. 

In May everything starts to bloom and in September and October, the autumn colors make the landscapes very photogenic.

We visited South Korea in April and had 2 rainy days over the course of 2 weeks and a half.

Going independent or joining an organized tour

We found it easy and straightforward to create our own travel itinerary for South Korea. Korea is a very modern country, we could book and arrange everything online.

We also found it pretty easy to travel around the country independently. 

But if you don’t want to travel independently you could join an organized tour. Tourradar is a trustworthy company where you can book an organized tour. 

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If you prefer an organized tour, have a look at our overview of the best Korea package tours. 

Cheap flights to South Korea

If you want to score cheap flights to Korea we advise you to have a look at Momondo and Skyscanner.  

Both are flight aggregators that compare several hundreds of booking sites and give you an overview of the best flights and the cheapest sites to book them. 

Momondo and Skyscanner are both very good at finding good deals, of the two, Momondo is probably the one with the most intuitive user interface.

Do I need travel insurance for Korea?

Travel Insurance is something that can be overlooked when you prepare for your vacation. 

Certainly when you’re traveling to a safe and civilized country.  We didn’t get travel insurance for our first vacations. 

A few years later we both took out new credit cards that came with travel insurance and relied on those.  We know better now…

Overall, chances are slim that you will encounter any problems while traveling through a civilized country such as Korea. But when things go wrong in civilized countries, the medical costs can be high. 

We learned it the hard way when we once had to visit the hospital in the United States.  The medical care was excellent but we had high out-of-pocket expenses as it turned out the insurance that came without credit cards didn’t cover these costs.  It turned out we were underinsured.

Drawing up a travel insurance policy may seem expensive at first but it can potentially save you a significant sum, significantly more than the small insurance fee. 

Good travel insurance, such as the one from World Nomads, covers things like medical expenses, trip cancellation, overseas medical costs, evacuation, baggage damage or loss, and theft.

We personally love World Nomads insurance for their excellent coverage.

Exploring South Korea by car

We would encourage you to explore South Korea by car. There’s nothing wrong with the public transit system in cities like Seoul. But there’s nothing that can beat the freedom of having your own car. 

You’re the master of your own schedule and you just need to load your bags in your trunk. 

Taking the train often means that you will be dragging your bags up and down several flights of stairs.

Yes, there’re elevators but they’re not always very easy to find.

So here we will share what you need to know to do the perfect South Korean road trip. 

Money in South Korea 

Cash is king for visitors.  Koreans can swipe their cards everywhere but foreign cards are not always accepted.

There’re many ATMs at Incheon airport and it took us at least an hour to find one where we could withdraw cash.  Most tourists were helping each other by pointing out other ATMs to their fellow tourists. It seems all foreigners were having the same problems.

Once we had left the airport things didn’t get better.  It was always a hit or miss with the ATMs we tried. 

Most wouldn’t accept our cards, but some did. Usually, we never suggest bringing cash but it looks like it may be a good idea to bring some cash to South Korea.

And once you have found an ATM that gives you cash make sure to withdraw enough! We couldn’t use our credit cards for toll fees.  We had better luck in restaurants and gas stations where our cards were usually accepted.

Seoul, Bukchon Hanok Village, South Korea
Bukchon Hanok Village is a must-visit during your 7 days Korea itinerary

Safety in South Korea 

We didn’t encounter any problems whatsoever (except getting cash :-)) during our week in Korea but if you would you can call the travel hotline in 4 languages (Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese) 24/7.

Internet in South Korea 

South Korea has the fastest internet in the world. A lot of places offer free WiFi. We don’t know why, but we didn’t always manage to get on the wifi.

Because we used quite a few apps to help us to travel around Seoul and to check for the best places to eat we bought a local sim card.

This way we were certain that we always had internet.

You can purchase your SIM card here or read our full post about what’s the best SIM card for tourists.

We used our own Pocket WIFI device to share the 4G connection but if you don’t have a device of your own you can also rent one online and pick it up at the airport. 

Rent your Pocket WIFI device or read our full post about the best Pocket WIFI device.

Handy South Korean apps


Mangoplate is the app to check for restaurant reviews and the best places to eat.

Naver maps

Naver Maps is your GPS companion for your road trip. 

Google Maps navigation is not working in South Korea and despite some people reporting that Waze was working for them, it was not for us. 

The Naver Maps app is available in English (their website is only in Korean) and the app’s look and feel is very intuitive and very much similar to any other GPS app.

Available on: Google PlayApple
(This app is not getting much love for its Apple version.  We used the Android version which worked like a charm)

Korea Seoul Metro Navi

Korea Seoul Metro Navi will guide you quickly and efficiently through Seoul’s extended subway system.  The app calculates the fastest route to your destination.

Available on: Google PlayApple

Kakao Taxi

If you plan on taking taxis, we recommend that you use the Kakao Taxi app.

Available on: Google Play, –Apple

Did you ever visit Korea? What do you think is the best itinerary for South Korea? 

Let us know in the comments. 

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Tuesday 12th of November 2019

Great guide, thanks very much. I've been looking for a good week-long itinerary to recommend to people visiting Korea.


Tuesday 12th of November 2019


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Monday 29th of April 2019

Very well written and it helped me a lot! I am planning a 1-week trip to South Korea this September.


Monday 29th of April 2019

Thanks Margaux, glad you love it. Enjoy your time in South Korea!


Monday 29th of April 2019

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