I posted on my Facebook and Instagram; ground package (exclude flight ticket) to Seoul, South Korea from as low as RM990. The response was overwhelming. I wish to answer questions related to the package.

Terms & conditions
– Maximum of 4 days and 3 night
– Minimum of 4 pax of adults
– Single traveler entitle to similar package with dormitory option
– Accommodation is guesthouse with attached bathroom
– Transportation is train/subway
– Foods provided are pre-determined

Subject to available time, Itinerary includes:
– Gyeongbokgung Palace (changing guard ceremony)
– Gwanghanum Square & King Sejong Statue
– Nami Island
– Namsan Tower
– Hongdae (includes Ehwa)
– Myeongdong (includes Hanbok experience)
– Itaewon, Seoul Mosque
– Nandaemun Market
– Traditional Tongin Market/Gwangjang Market
– Bukchon Hanok Village (Korean traditional architecture)
– Chenggeycheon Stream
– Insadong
– Dongdaemun

Other than the above, Seoul definitely has a lot more to offer. Interested customer has the option to Modify the Seoul Saver above with the following experiences:
– UNESCO SITES (Changdeokgung Palace, Jongmyo Shrine)
– Korean Folk Village
– Theme Parks (Everland, Lotte World, Seoul Land)
– Petite France/Garden of the Morning Calm
– Parks (Hangang River, Yeuido Park, Haneul Park)
– Skiing activities (during winter)
– Skating activities (during winter)
– Festivals (winter festival, cherry blossom festival)
– Hiking Activities (Seoul Fortress, Bugak-san)
– Shopping activities (Weekend markets, Underground malls)
– JYP/SM/YG/Cube/etc sites visit
– Korean drama filming location

Why everyone should travel to Seoul with Breath And Being:
– Breath And Being have 6 years experiences of travelling to Korea
– Medium level of speaking and understand Korean Language
– Knowledge of Korean drama and entertainment
– Smaller group and closer interaction about Korea and Korean related

Please contact Miss Fatimah at +6019-6442402 to discuss further on your unforgettable Seoul Searching experience.

Photo: By Breath And Being
Location: Gyeongbokgung Palace, South Korea


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