DAY 1 - K-POP DANCE TOUR 1 (FULL DAY)
K-POP DANCE TOUR 1 (FULL DAY)
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 go to ‘K-pop dance class’ studio. (13:00-14:30)
A special experience program where you can experience K-POP dance in Korea, the home of K-POP. In fact, the special experience of learning the choreography of one of the latest K-POP songs from K-POP backdancers makes K-POP fans around the world feel like K-POP stars.
It is a unique Korean Wave experience program introduced in many global media such as BBC, ESPN, KBS, France Le Figaro, Arirang TV, KTV, Hong Kong, Indonesia, and Japan.
As a program only for foreign tourists, classes are held in English, and even if you can't speak English, K-POP fans from any country can easily participate and learn.
Even people who are new to dancing with special curriculum and know-how can learn the latest K-pop dance in an hour and a half
Class photos, videos, and certificates are provided free of charge to leave these special experiences as memories.
After exciting dance class, we will go to Hongdae Street for shopping.
The youth's hideout Hongdae street is lined with various stores, designer brands, editing shops, bookstores, cafes, and restaurants, regardless of fashion, beauty, living, books and stationery. In addition, it has famous alleys such as busking and dance performances, mural street on Wausan-ro 22-gil, the back gate of Hongik University, and Hongdae Club Street, which is connected to Sangsu Station. Visitors here do not just buy or appreciate something, and they do not hesitate to present and introduce something they made themselves. Many art markets led by lively artists, including the Hongdae Art Market Flea Market held every Saturday at Hongik Children's Park in front of Hongik University's main gate, and the Hongdae Hope Market held on Sunday, originated in Hongdae. Following shopping and restaurants, there is a commercial district that meets performances and exhibitions, and it is always an attractive neighborhood with youth, trends, senses and dynamics everywhere. During the day, colorful shops reveal their colorful personalities, and the deep-set wildness that holds their feet is also the reason why young people visit and stay consistently.