“Seoul” Beauty Tour

Price
From USD$1850 Per Person
  • 5  nights  6  days
  • Seoul
Highlights
  • K -Culture : Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village, Jogyesa Temple
  • K -Beauty : Body and skin care spa – massag...Read More
    Highlights
    • K -Culture : Gyeongbokgung Palace, Bukchon Hanok Village, Jogyesa Temple
    • K -Beauty : Body and skin care spa – massage, facial, make up tutorial and more!
    • K – Wellness: Medicine market, herbal tea foot bath and Moxa Cautery
    • K – Experience: Taekwondo and Jjimjilbang-Korean Spa (Korean style Sauna)
  • Details
  • Itinerary
  • Includes & Excludes
  • Travel Tips
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“Seoul” Beauty Tour

“Seoul” Searching in a dynamic city for beauty, welness and culture!

In recent years, Korea has taken over the world with its unique concept of beauty, known as K- Beauty.  On this 6 day program, you will experience firsthand what the hype is all about. Begin with a K-beauty makeup tutorial by a professional makeup artist who will teach you how to enhance your true beauty.  Next up, pamper yourself at a skin care spa with a 1-on-1 skin consultation and facial treatment, where they expose the secrets of how Korean beauties achieve that natural glow! Included, also experience a herbal tea foot bath, Moxa Cautery and Jjimjilbang-Korean Spa (Korean style sauna) to achieve wellness and balanced energy.  Are you ready for some action? Watch a performance by Taekwondo masters and learn more about this traditional martial art sports.  No trip to Seoul is complete without seeing the cultural side of the city.  Visit significant historical palaces and temples and a traditional village where the history of Korea can be found. At the end of the trip, you will have truly fulfilled the “Seoul” searching of beauty, wellness and culture.

Additional Information

Bonus Offers:
- Pamper yourself with face and body treatments at a well-known spa
- Free Herbal Food Bath and Moxa Cautery treatment
- Experience Korean style Sauna at no additional charge
- Make-up tutorial with a professional artist

Itinerary

Optional experiences and tours available upon request (at extra cost):
Nami Island and Petite France
DMZ & 3rd Tunnel Experience
Everland Park
And many more!
Arrive at Incheon International Airport. Meet your local representative and transfer by private vehicle to your hotel. Spend the rest of the day at leisure.

Accommodation: A First hotel or Similar
Start a full day tour of Seoul by visiting the Gwanghwamun Square and then on to the Gyeongbokgung Palace and watch the guard changing ceremony. Continue to Bukchon Hanok Village, a Korean traditional village with a long history. The village is composed of alleyways and has been preserved to show a 600-year-old urban environment. Then walk along Insadong arts and antique street where traditional goods are on display. Then visit the nearby Jogyesa Temple, the center of Zen Buddhism in Korea for many decades. Finally take the cable car up to the Namsan and Seoul Tower. Enjoy the city view from the tower observatory. Transfer back to the hotel and enjoy the rest of the evening at leisure.

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: A First hotel or Similar
Enjoy a whole day of K-beauty journey. Pick up from the hotel and head to Myeongdong the primary shopping district in Seoul where many brand name shops and department stores line the streets. After shopping, it is time to relax and begin with the K-beauty sessions. Participate in a K-beauty makeup class with a professional artist and learn how to do the makeup of any idol or K-movie star! Continue to a well known spa that uses oriental medicinal techniques. Relax and rejuvenate with face and a body treatments where you can choose from a menu of selected programs. Finally, enjoy free time shopping at the famous Gangnam District, including Garosugil, Apgujeong Rodeo, COEX Mall and visit Korea's largest library holding over 50 thousand titles.

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: A First hotel or Similar
Awaken your inner beauty by indulging in K-wellness. Head to Gyeongdong Medicine Market, one of the largest ginseng and herbal medicine markets in Korea and visit The Herb Museum with over 420 oriental medicine-related artifacts and 360 different types of medicinal herbs on display. Enjoy the beauty of Hanok and Korean herbal tea with foot bath and Moxa Cautery. In the afternoon, watch a Taekwondo performance where the masters will demonstrate movements of this traditional martial arts sport. Visit a Jjimjilbang-Korean Spa, a place for you to sweat and relax like most local people do. Enjoy the facilities including spa, shower and sauna.

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: A First hotel or Similar
Enjoy a day at leisure or join an optional tour. Ask one of our Destination Specialist

Meal(s): Breakfast and Lunch
Accommodation: A First hotel or Similar
Enjoy free time before you transfer to Incheon Airport to board your onward flight.

Meal(s): Breakfast

Price Includes

  • Return Private transfer between airport and hotel
  • Superior 4-Star hotel accommodation based on double occupancy
  • Private sightseeing tours with admission
  • Cable Car ticket to Namsan Tower
  • Professional English Speaking local guide service
  • Daily breakfast and lunch

 

Price Excludes

  • International airfare from to South Korea
  • Travel/Medical/Cancellation insurance
  • Travel Visa
  • Personal expenses
  • Tipping and gratuities to local guides, drivers, and hotel staff
  • Any items not specified as included

Travel Tips

Travel documents: Passports must have 6 months validity by the time of return. A visa is not required for US and Canadian passport holders for up to 90 days if travelling for the purpose of tourism or visitation.

For Visa requirements please refer to CITB Visas.

Currency: The won (KRW) is the currency of South Korea which comes in 1,000, 5,000, 10,000 and 50,000 won bills, and 10, 50, 100 and 500 won coins. Traveler’s cheques are accepted at all chartered banks. Some major banks have automated banking machines (ABMs) that accept international debit or credit cards. Major foreign credit cards (Visa, MasterCard and American Express) are widely accepted by hotels and other tourist facilities.

Language: The official name for the Korean language was changed to 'Hangeul' in 1910. Hunminjeongeum Proclamation Day was called ‘Gagya Proclamation Day’ up until 1926, and it wasn’t until 1928 that it was changed to its current title, ‘Hangeul Proclamation Day’.

Weather: Korea has four distinct seasons. Beginning with spring, the weather remains chilly, but begins warming up. Temperatures may drop after sunset resulting in chilly evenings. Summer begins with the rainy season called ‘jangma’, which generally lasts from mid-June until the end of July and then the weather begins heating up, with temperatures rising up to anywhere between 35C and 40C during daytime. During autumn, humidity subsides and the cold returns with drier crisp air. Winter in the northern region, is much colder than the southern regions including Busan Metropolitan City and Jeju Island. After a cold wave passes through the Korean Peninsula, the ‘sam-han-sa-on’, the unique climate pattern of three cold days and four warmer days occurs in repetition.

What to Pack: Tourists can prepare clothes according to the following:
Spring: Mar – May (7-18C) A light outerwear is essential in spring. Popular spring fashion items include cardigans, scarves, hats and sunglasses..
Summer: Jun – Aug (35–40C) Umbrellas and raincoats are essential for the rainy season. Light clothing made with “cooling” fabric, becomes essential for preventing overheating. Popular summer fashion items include light and/or short pants, short-sleeved or sleeveless shirts, hats and sunglasses. Applying sunscreen is also highly recommended.
Autumn: Sep – Nov (10-22C) An outerwear is essential in fall. Popular fall fashion items include trench coats in early to mid-fall, and jackets in mid- to late-fall.
Winter: Dec – Feb (Below 10C) Warm clothing is essential in winter, such as, winter coats, sweaters, scarves, shawls, beanies, gloves, and boots.

Power Supply: The standard voltage in Korea is 220 volts. The outlet has two round holes and is the same type used in France, Germany, Austria, Greece, Turkey, and many other countries.

Tips & Gratuities: Tipping is not required or expected at most establishments in Korea.

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