DAY 1 - K-BEAUTY TOUR
We will pick you up at your hotel and transfer to Presidential Blue house. the Presidential Residence of Cheong Wa Dae are its blue tiles on the main office with blue tiled roof. Passing by slowly, Changing of the Guard Ceremony at Gwanghwamun Gate will catch your eyes. It takes place at 10:00am and 14:00 pm and lasts for about 20 minutes.
After watching this wonderful ceremony, we will walk into ‘Gyeongbokgung Palace’ that is the one of royal palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung Palace was completed three years after the establishment of the Joseon Dynasty. A few days after its completion, the palace was named Gyeongbokgung Palace, as well as major temples such as Gangnyeongjeon, Gyotaejeon, Yeonsaengjeon, Gyeongseongjeon, Sajeongjeon, and Geunjeongjeon. The name Gyeongbokgung Palace means that the new dynasty will prosper with great blessings.
Through Gyeongbok Palace, we will guide you to National Folk Museum that shows the culture and folk history of the Korean people from prehistoric times to the end of the Joseon Dynasty.
Located on the grounds of Gyeongbok Palace, the National Folk Museum of Korea is well known for its beautiful architecture. The building was constructed in the traditional Korean style comprising several stories with a pagoda on top.
Then we experience K-Beauty in Seoul. (14:00)
The five-story Sulwhasoo flagship store with a gold design is located in Gangnam. The design of the building is based on the "Lantern" design philosophy, which represents the brand's efforts to illuminate beauty. The Sulwhasoo Flagship Store, created with years of beauty experience and wisdom in Asia, is a space where you can experience eternal beauty. On the first floor of the building, you can meet brand history that began in 1996, and test and purchase various products of Sulwhasoo. There is also a terrace space where you can see the beautiful scenery of Seoul.
The last spot is COEX Mall in Gangnam. Located in the center of COEX Mall, the Byeolmadang Library (Starfield Library) is open to everyone for free as a cultural and emotional space where people can relax, meet, and communicate with the theme of books. Various books are available in various fields such as humanities, economy, hobby, and practical use, and the specialized magazine section, which collects a total of 600 magazines, including foreign application sections, celebrity study sections, and iPads, is the advantage of Byeolmadang Library, which is different from general libraries. At the Byeolmadang Library, various cultural events will also be held under the theme of books, including a writer's concert.