7 Days Itinerary in South Korea (Seoul & Busan)

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WhereSeoul
Before You Go: Tips & Discount Vouchers
SeoulSeoulSeoulSeoulBusanBusan/Seoul
Morning-Arrival 6.15 a.m.
(Seoul Transportation Guide)
-Breakfast @ Lotteria
-Cheonggyecheon Stream
-Deoksugung Palace
(changing of guard ceremony, 11 a.m.)
-Gyeongbokgung
Palace
-Gwanghwamun
-Tapgol Park
-Nami Island
-Changdeokgung + Huwon Tour- Ewha Women University

- Shopping @ Sinchon Area
-6 a.m. KTX train to Busan
-Busan Station
-Taejongdae Recreational Park
Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
LunchLotte Mart, Seoul StationSamgyetang (Chic Ginseng Soup)@TosokchonNami IslandMyeongdong GyozaChuncheon Dak Galbi @ Chuncheonjip, SinchonJagalchi Fish MarketKTX Lunch Bento
AfternoonShopping @ Myeongdong-Cheongwadae (President's House)
-Samcheongdong
-Bukchon Hanok Village
-Nami IslandShopping @ MyeongdongShopping @ Hongik AreaCherry Blossom @ Dalmaji Hill=)
TeaMyeongdong Street FoodWaffle + Coffee @ Samcheongdong=)=)=)Angel in Us Cafe, Dalmaji Hill=)
EveningNanta Cookin' Show @ Myeongdong Nanta Theatre-Patbingsu @ Cafe Bene
-Insadong Tea House
-Mid Night Shopping @ Dongdaemun

-Insadong + Ssamziegil
FREE Hanbok Experience @ Myeongdong Tourist Information CentreN Seoul Tower
-Haeunde Beach
-Gwangali Beach & Diamond Bridge
-Hangang Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival
-Shopping @ Lotte Mart, Seoul Station
DinnerBongchu Jjimdak @ MyeongdongBBQ @ Wangbijib, MyeongdongExperience Local Food @ Gwangjang MarketBibimbap @ Jeonju Jungang Hoekwan, MyeongdongBonjuk @ Myeongdong
Kukbap Alley
Lotte Mart, Seoul Station
StayS.A. Seoul StationS.A. Seoul StationToyoko Inn DongdaemunToyoko Inn DongdaemunToyoko Inn DongdaemunToyoko Inn Busan IToyoko Inn Dongdaemun

Can’t wait for our Seoul itinerary and Busan Itinerary? It was a very fruitful and challenging trip. We did a lot more research beforehand as KampungBoy’s parents were tagging along. We can neither make the elderlies walk too much nor to have a hectic schedule. There were also some minor changes to our planned itinerary due to the “adverse” weather condition in South Korea. It snowed in Seoul two days before we were there (yes, in April!) so the cherry blossom schedule was delayed by a week. We also canceled our trip to Jinhae (supposingly the BEST place to go for cherry blossom in South Korea) as it was raining heavily that particular morning.

Nonetheless, we had great fun exploring Seoul and Busan. Koreans are generally nice and friendly; they have been very helpful in giving us directions using a combination of Korean words and sign languages. iPhone apps like i Tour Seoul & Jihachulhave proven to be very useful (must download!). We have also tried most of the restaurants which falls under a “Best Eats” list provided by my Korean friend. The list is here -seoul’s best eat by kampungboycitygal. Click to download.

Day 1

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From the airport, we took bus 6050 as it stops right in front of our service apartment at Seoul Station (fare: 15000 won per person). There are two types of airport buses: deluxe and standard. Deluxe buses are KAL limousines that go straight to major hotels in Seoul. These buses make less stops and have more spacious seats. Standard limousine buses stop at more locations along their route. We’ll be elaborating more in our subsequent posts. There’s also a 1000 won discount voucher for airport buses.


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Our first meal in Seoul – Lotteria Burgers
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T-Money Card : 2500 won deposit (non refundable). You may buy a T-Money Card at any of the following convenience stores (GS 25, Family Mart, Mini Stop, Buy The Way) or subway stations.
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Cheongyecheon Stream

Getting Here:

City Hall Station (Seoul Subway Line 1, 2), Exit 4. Walk 250 m north to Cheonggye Plaza.
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Cheongyecheon has been restored from a road into a 5.8 km stream flowing in the heart of Seoul. We were only at the beginning of the stream, just look out for Chongye Plaza or an upside down ice cream cone sculpture.
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Deoksugung. The Royal Guard-Changing Ceremony is a highly recommended event for tourists. It is held three times a day (11:00 / 14:00 / 15:30) in front of Daehanmun Gate at Deoksugung Palace.

Getting Here:

City Hall Station (Seoul Subway Line 1, 2), Exit 2. Go straight 100m to arrive at Daehanmun Gate on the right.
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5 minutes walk from Cheongyecheon Stream.
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Lunch at Lotte Mart’s Food Court.
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We also did some groceries shopping at Lotte Mart as our service apartment does not provide breakfast. Korean strawberries is <3!

Getting Here:

Seoul Station (Seoul Subway Line 1, 4), Exit 1.
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Our loft unit for the first two nights. It costs us about USD 150 per night (4 pax, peak season rate). It has great location, MUJI style interior but we are not very happy with the toilet. Will elaborate more in our subsequent reviews.

S.A. Seoul Station
Poong-Lim I-One ,Seoul Station 219-17 Segea Dong,Young-San Gu ,Seoul
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Facebook Page

Getting Here:

Seoul Station (Seoul Subway Line 1,4), Exit 1. Directly opposite Lotte Mart Seoul Station.
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Myeongdong for shopping & street food! From top left, clock wise: bun with egg on top (2000 won), flat bread (1000 won), tteokboki (3000 won), sausages and ham with rice cake (2000 won).

Getting Here:

Myeongdong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 6.
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First things first – change for won as we were running low on cash. There are many such kinds of money changer in Myeongdong area, just look out for the logo above. The rates here were so much better as these bureaus usually mark to market their rates instead of earning a wider spread. However, they’ll only accept major currencies such as RMB, USD, Yen but not RM. So we changed for USD in Malaysia and when in Seoul, we traded in USD for won. All in all, we saved about 5%.
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Dinner at my favourite restaurant – Bongchu Jjimdak.

Bongchu Jjimdak, Myeongdong
Address: 25-2, 2-ga Myeong-dong, Chung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Tel: 02-318-6891
Website: http://www.bongchu.co.kr
Operating Hours: opens daily from 1100 to 2300

Getting Here:

Myeongdong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 8. Walk the one-way road on the left side, go for 150meters and you will see it on your left.
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Cookin’ Nanta Show – ticket price from 40,000 – 60,000 won. It was a great show; hilarious with a lot of action! Ticket booking – http://www.nanta.co.kr/

Myeongdong Theatre

Getting Here:

Euljiro 1 Ga Station (Seoul Subway Line 4). Go out exit 6 and walk for about 10 min.
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Myeongdong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4). Go out exit 6 and walk for about 10 min.

Day 2:

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Breakfast at S.A. Seoul Station – my favourite Korean strawberries and banana milk (must try!)
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Gyeongbukgung Palace
Admission Fee:
Adults (ages 19-64) 3,000 won / Youths (ages 7-18) 1,500 won
Operating Hours:
March to October 09:00-18:00 / November to February 09:00-17:00, closed on Tuesday
Interpretation Services (1 hour):
* English: 11:00, 13:30, 15:30
* Japanese: 10:00, 12:30, 14:30
* Chinese: 10:30, 13:00, 15:00

Getting Here:

Gyeongbokgung Station (Subway Line 3), exit 5.
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Ganghwamun Station (Subway Line 5), exit 2 and walk 400 meters.
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Samgyetang (chicken ginseng soup) @ Tosokchon. It is a very popular restaurant amongst the locals and tourists; so be prepare to queue.

Tosokchon
Address: 85-1 Chebu-dong, Jongro-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
Tel: 02-737-7444
Operating Hours: opens daily from 1000 to 2200.

Getting Here:

Gyeongbokgung Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), exit 2/from Gyeongbokgung Yeongchumun Gate
Go 120 meters towards Hyoja-dong direction. You will past “popoyes”, then look for GS25 convenience store, turn into the small lane at the corner of this store. Turn left onto Jihamun-ro 5-gil and go straight for 10m.
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Cheongwadae (Blue House). The signature markings of the Presidential Residence of Cheong Wa Dae are these blue tiles.

Getting Here:

Gyeongbokgung Palace Subway Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), exit 5 and walk 10 minutes.
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Exit from the back door of Gyeongbukgong.
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From Cheongwadae, we walked to Bukchon Hanok Village. Bukchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called ‘hanok’ that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. Today, these hanoks operate as cultural centers, guesthouses, restaurants and tea houses.

Getting Here:

Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), exit 2. Go straight for about 300m to arrive at Bukchon Hanok Village.
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Look out for these photo spots at Bukchon Hanok Village. There’s 8 in total!
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The downhill of Bukchon Hanok Village is Samcheongdong; a very artsy area with a lot of unique cafes and boutiques. If you realise, day 2 is all about walking. We walked from Gyeongbokgung to Tosokchon to Cheongwadae to Bukchon to Samcheongdong!

Getting Here:

Anguk Station (Subway Line 3), exit 2. Walk straight for approx. 700 m.
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Gyeongbokgung Palace Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), exit 5. Walk 10-15 min along the stone wall of Gyeongbokgung Palace to the starting point of Samcheongdong Walkway.
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Waffle and coffee at some random cafe in Samcheongdong. It was so delicious!
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Dinner was galbi at Wangbijib, Myeongdong. It is a very popular restaurant amongst the local.

Wangbijib
Address: 26-2, 8-ga Myeong-dong, Chung-gu, Seoul, South Korea.
Tel: 02-3789-1945
Website: http://www.wangbijib.com/

Getting Here:

Myeongdong Station (Subway Line #4), exit #8.
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my lovely Korean friends
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Patbingsu (Korean Red Bean Ice Dessert) at Cafe Bene, everywhere in Korea.
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After dinner drinks at a beautiful tea house in Insadong.

Day 3:

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Tapgol Park. The park is of great historical value and national spirit as it was the starting point of the March 1, 1919 Independence Protest.

Getting Here:

Jongno 3(sam)-ga Station (Subway Line 1, 3, 5), Exit 1. Walk 5 minutes toward Jonggak. IMG_0487-001
Shuttle Bus to Nami Island (23.000 won per person, inclusive of return bus ticket, entry visa and ferry ticket)

Getting Here:

Shuttle Bus (From Seoul to Namiseom Island)
* Bus Stop
1) Insa-dong (Jonggak Station, Subway Line 1, Exit 3): Next to Tapgol Park
2) Jamsil Station (Subway Line 2, Exit 4): In front of Lotte Mart

* Shuttle Bus Schedule:
Insa-dong, Jamsil Station → Namiseom Island: 09:30
Namiseom Island → Insa-dong, Jamsil Station: 16:00
※ Advanced reservation required. (Inquiries +82-2-753-1247)
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It is a perfect tourist spot for Winter Sonata fanatics.
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One of the most important photo spot here; though not as beautiful as winter and autumn.
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Ssamziegil Mall, Insadong. Just walk along those spiral-like stairway and do some window shopping.

Getting Here:

Anguk Station (Seoul Subway line 3),  Exit 6 (towards Jongno Police Station). Enter the Insa-dong one-way street of Crown Bakery & GS25, and go staright 100m
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Jonggak Station (Seoul Subway line 1), Exit 3. Go towards Jogyesagil (pass 2 signals) and enter the alley next to the 7th Day Sabbath Church
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Gwangjang Market, where the local have their daily dose of bindaettok (mung bean pancake), sundae (pork blood sausage) and kimbap (korean sushi).

Getting Here:

Jongno 5(oh)-ga Station (Subway Line 1), Exit 10. Make a U-turn and enter through the North 2nd Gate.
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Euljiro 4(sa)-ga Station (Subway Line 2, 5)– take a bus and get off at Euljiro 5(oh)-ga Station
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Mid night shopping at Dongdaemun, stocking up for The Patbingsu. There’s Doota Mall (most expensive), Hello APM (cheapest) , Migliore (medium pricing) and many other malls which open till wee hours.

Getting Here:

Dongdaemun Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 8. Cross the street, and walk 130m forward to arrive at Doota.
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Toyoko Inn Dongdaemun, where we stayed for the next three nights. It is a no frills Japanese chain hotel (~RM200 per night with member card). Will highly recommend it to anyone who’s heading to Seoul.

Toyoko Inn Dongdaemun
Address: 73, 2Ga Gwanghui-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-412 South Korea
Tel: +82-(0)2-2267-1045 FAX: +82-(0)2-2267-1046
Website: http://www.toyoko-inn.com/e_hotel/00208/index.html

Getting Here:

1 minute walk from exit No.3 or 4 of Dongdaemun History & Culture Park (formally known as Dongdaemun Stadium Station) on the No.2,4 or 5 Subway Lines.
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No. 6001 airport limousine bus stops right in front of the lobby too.

Day 4:

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Changdeokgung Palace
Admission Fee:
Regular Tour (Changdeokgung Palace)-Adults 3,000 won/Children 1,500 won
Huwon Tour (Secret Garden area)
-Adults 5,000 won/Children 2,500 won
Interpretation Services-Changdeokgung Palace:
Korean: 09:30, 11:30, 13:30, 15:30, 17:30
English: 10:30, 14:30/Japanese: 12:30/Chinese: 16:00

Interpretation Services-Huwon:
Korean: 10:00, 11:00, 12:00, 13:00, 14:00, 15:00, 15:30, 16:00, 16:30
English: 11:30, 14:30/Japanese: 10:30, 13:30/Chinese: 12:30

Getting Here:

Anguk Station (Subway Line 3), Exit 3. Go straight for 5min.
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Jongno 3(sam)-ga Station (Subway Line 1, 3 or 5), Exit 7. Go straight along Donhwamun-ro Street for 10min.
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It’s spring time!
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Lunch @ Myeongdong Gyoza. There’s only three items available in the menu: mandu dumplings, bibimguksu, and kongguksu.

Myeongdong Gyoza
Address: 25-2, 2-ga Myoung-dong, Chung-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Tel: 02-776-5348
Operating Hours: opens daily from 1030 to 2130

Getting Here:

Myeong-dong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 7. It is located near Watson.
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Shopping @ Myeongdong
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FREE hanbok experience @ Korea Tourism Info Center in M Plaza, Myeongdong. M Plaza houses Forever 21, Zara and Kosney so it’s hard to miss it. Take a lift to level 5, registered yourself at the counter (English/Chinese/Japanese language options available) and wait for your time slot. Awesome right? There’s also FREE wifi and locker services available.
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Superb bibimbap at Jeonju Jungang Hoekwan, a very old and traditional restaurant with long history.

Jeonju Jungang Hoekwan
Address: 24-11 Chungmuro 1-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul

Getting Here:

Myeong-dong Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 6. Look for Uniqlo, there’s a smoothie king next to it. Walk into the alley.

Day 5:

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Ewha Women University

Getting Here:

Ewha Woman’s Univ. Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 2 or 3.
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Ewha Shopping Area
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Authentic chuncheon dak galbi at Sinchon area. So much better compared to Uncle Jang’s!

Chuncheonjip
Address: 57-8 Changcheon-dong, Seodaemun-gu Seoul South Korea.
Operating hours: Opens from 10am to 6am the next day.

Getting Here:

Sinchon Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 1. Turn right onto the first side street (Hyundai Department Store). Go straight for 130m and cross the street. The restaurant is next to Changcheon Children’s Park.
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Hongik University
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Hongik Shopping Area

Getting here:

Hongik Station (Subway Line 2), Exit 5.
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N Seoul Tower
N Seoul Tower Observatory Admission fee:

Children (Ages 4-12): 3,000 won/ Teens and Adults (Ages 13-64): 8,000 won / Senior (Ages 65+): 5,000 won

Getting Here:

(1) By Cable Car
Subway Line 4, Myeongdong Station, Exit 3. Take road to right of Pacific Hotel and walk 10 minutes.
Fare: Round-trip: 6,300 won, One-way: 4,800 won
Hours: 10:00~22:30
At hoehyeon intersectiom between Myeongdong and Hoehyeon stations on subway line 4, walk towards Namsan Tunnel #3 and take the Namsan Oreumi.

(2) By Bus
“Take Subway Line 3 or 4 at Chungmuro Station, and go out of Exit 2 to the right of Daehan Multiplex entrance -Take the yellow bus 2 at the bus stop in front of the subway station- Get off at the N Seoul Tower bus stop
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Day View
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Night View
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Dinner @ Bonjuk, everywhere in Seoul.

Day 6:

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Took KTX to Busan, South Korea’s second largest metropolis after Seoul (journey 2 hour 45 minutes, fare ~RM200 return)
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Busan station and our hotel Toyoko Inn Busan I is located right next to it.
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Breakfast @ Paris Baguette, everywhere in South Korea.
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Taejongdae, a natural park with magnificent cliffs facing the open sea on the southernmost tip of island of Yeongdo-gu.

Getting Here:

From Busan Station, take city bus # 88 or 101 and get off at Taejongdae Park (10 min interval / 40 min ride).
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Jagalchi Fish Market

Getting Here:

Jagalchi Station (Busan subway line 1), Exit 10. Turn right onto Jagalchi 3(sam)-gil Street. Walk for 5min, then turn left to arrive at Jagalchi Market.
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We had nakji (dancing octopus), jeonbok (abalone), gwangor (some flat fish) and some other seafood here.
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Cherry Blossom @ Dalmaji Hills. It boasts beautiful cherry blossoms and pine trees, which are located just beyond Haeundae Beach, on the slope of Mt.Wausan.

Getting Here:

From Busan Station, take city bus No. 139 or 140 / city experss bus (jwaseok bus) No. 239 or 240 and get off at Mido Apt. Then walk 10-15 min along the sign (totally takes 1 hour).
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In front of exit 1 of Haeundae station (Busan Subway Line 2), take city bus No. 100 and get of at Yeongnam Apt. Then walk 10-15 min along the sign (totally takes 50 min).
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So beautiful!
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Afternoon tea @ Angel in Us Cafe, everywhere in South Korea.

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Haeunde Beach, probably the most famous beach in the country.

Getting Here:

From Busan station walk 172m straight and take bus(# 1003) (31 min travel time). Get off at Haeundae Beach stop and walk 169m to Haeundae Beach
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Dinner @ Gukbap Alley, near Haeunde Beach.
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Gwangali Beach and Diamond Bridge view.

Getting Here:

From Busan Station, take city bus No. 41, 42, 140, 239, 240, 139 and get off at Gwanganlli Beach (runs frequently)
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From Express Bus Terminal, take city bus No. 131, 131-1
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Take subway line no. 1 from Busan Subway Station and transfer from subway line no. 1 to Seomyeon Station. Get off at Gwangan Station(subway line no. 2, exit 3 or 5) and walk 5 minutes.
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Nampodong (shopping area) & PIFF Square

Getting Here:

Nampo-dong Station (Busan Subway Line 1).

Day 7:

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Haedong Yonggungsa Temple

Getting Here:

Take bus 181 from exit 7 of Haeundae Station. Get off at the Yonggungsa Temple stop.
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So beautiful!
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KTX Bento (10,000 won)
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Back to Seoul, just in time for Hangang Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival’s opening ceremony!

Getting Here:

National Assembly Station Exit 1
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Yeouido Station Exit 4
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Yeouinaru Station exit 2/3
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A perfect ending to our trip!

Stay tune to our detailed Seoul Itinerary and Busan Itinerary!

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Comments

  1. Pearlyn says:

    Hi, I’m visiting Korea in August and I’m so glad to have chanced upon your blog! It’s really informative :) If you don’t mind, could you kindly send me your detailed itinerary and makan list? Thank you so much!!

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi all the itinerary is in this blog post already, you can print screen the table. the makan list is available for download here too :)

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  2. Sona says:

    Can you recommend places to stay?

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  3. leest says:

    very good and informative blog, can i know how do you purchase the KTX ticket, need to prebook, one way is RM100?

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    No need :) theres train every 20 min

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  4. Jey says:

    Hi Sis, I’m going to Korea in September (Busan). Can u give some advise for transportation, how I’m going to Seoul from Busan ? (By Bus or By Train) Your advice is highly appreciated. :)

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    It is best to take the KTX (2.5 hr)

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  5. Melissa says:

    This is sooo good and informative! Good to know that you took your parents into the planning as we will be bringing ours too (and a baby!).

    I’m just wondering since we will be travelling with a baby – does the transportation in Seoul disable friendly (i.e. lift + escalators for prams?)

    Also, by any chance you’d make your trip timetable downloadable?

    Thanks for sharing your trip experience :)

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi melissa, actually most metro station in town do not have escalators :S however theres 1 or two lift where you can look for :)

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  6. Mdm Chong says:

    Hi, I need your advice about 7days 6nite in Busan on Oct.We plan go go free and easy,we are
    retired woman.We are budget trveller.

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  7. Jazzy says:

    Hi there….

    Nice blog! :D
    We are planning to visit Seoul and Busan in Dec… mind to send me your Itinerary and Makan List please…. very much appreciated !!!!

    thanks in advance

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi dear, we do not have a copy of that as we upload everything into table format in the blog post. Hope the table helps :)

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  8. Mr BK Ong, says:

    I had search your web for Korea trip many times and know that you are great in searching the material preparation for this trip. Awesome !! I like your blog so much!

    I am going to Korea, Busan + Seoul for 7 days on 25th Oct, 13 too and this is first time to Korea. As I am staying in Penang, I wish to know if you can get some visit korea travel magazines from Menara Hup Seng for me?? I can pay for the courier fees and your fuel cost by money transfer. Hope you can help me. Thank you very much.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    hi mr bk ong, i’m sorry as we are currently bz with wedding prep. you can actually email them and request for soft copies

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  9. Joan says:

    Thanks for the really detailed itinerary! I am going end of Oct and am really excited now after reading your post. Will be staying in Seoul for 8 days :D

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    thanks joan :)

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  10. Alixxy says:

    My family (2 adult, 1 teen, 1 kid) is going to Busan end of this month till early Nov. Is it better to stay near Nampodong or Haeundae ?

    May I have your itinerary and places to eat in Seoul and Busan.

    Thank you.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi nampodong is more sentral as compared to haeundae but it is a beautiful beach area, depends on what your family prefers.
    we do not have a copy of that as we upload everything into table format in the blog post, the eating places file is uploaded to the blog post, you just need to click download. Hope the table helps :)

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  11. Shasha says:

    Hi do u have any idea what is the station in busan for the ktx ride from busan to seoul?

    Thanks

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    its the busan station

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  12. maysia says:

    Hi, thanks for the detailed itinerary.
    I’m going there for xmas and I think I will be copying most of it if you don’t mind :)

    Cheers,
    Maysia

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  13. Jin Sebastian says:

    This was really helpful! Thank you for posting such a detailed iterenary.

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  14. miguel vargas says:

    your timetable gave me an idea and glimpse of what we will expect on our trip since we will also go there by march next year. thank you for sharing your adventure with us.

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  15. Lee says:

    Followed your Seoul itinerary exactly! and my parents love the entire trip. Thanks for all recommendation and useful information to get to all destinations. Definitely will go back!

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Thank you so much Lee!

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  16. karen says:

    What camera did you use in this trip?

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  17. st says:

    very nice trip. may i know when is the good time go see cherry blossom? Thanks

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    mid to late april

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  18. andy says:

    Hi there. Nice post and informative! May i know based on your experience, how much should i bring if i were ti stay in korea for 14 days with little shopping ofcourse.i will bring in my credit card but just wonderong.

    Is there any accomodation that you would suggest for a group of 10 at a cheaper price? And send me the must go and eatery places.

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    kampungboycitygal Reply:

    Hi andy for 14 days, 800 usd should be sufficient. eatery places you can download from the excel file. for 10 pax, can look for apartments.

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  19. Arial says:

    Hi, would like to check with you whether u book the first class or Standard Class KTX busan -seoul? Do you book in the counter before departure? I saw there is online booking, just thought whether need to book in advance. Thanks

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  20. Alicia says:

    Hi your blog is great! Can i have the makan list?

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  21. Su says:

    Hi,

    Such a detailed blog. love it and thank you so much for the advice and glossy photos.
    Do you find any difficulities in switching hotels?
    I was thinking about switching about 2 hotels based on shopping locations. HAHA.
    Is it easy to take taxi at night time?

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  22. Su says:

    Hi,

    Such a detailed blog. love it and thank you so much for the advice and glossy photos.
    Did you find any difficulties in switching hotels?
    I was thinking about switching hotels too based on shopping locations. HAHA but a little scared later it will become fussy.

    Is it easy to take taxi at night time as well? Planning to go bar hopping and stuff.

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  23. Charlotte says:

    Hello! Loved your Seoul travel blog! I will be heading there in 2 weeks and would love to request for a copy of your itinerary and best eats in Seoul. Directions offered would be very helpful!! Thanks heaps!

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  24. ivan says:

    Hello

    How much would you suggest a couple to bring for a 6D5N trip to korea?

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  25. Judy says:

    Hi… any recommendations for places of interest to visit for dec? Or is there any web u can recommend for me to research on? Tks.

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