Seoul Itinerary (2 Full Days with Expenses)


Sharing with you guys what me and family did in Seoul as well as some of the expenses. I didn’t include some of the other expenses like souvenirs – just wanted to give you guys a little overview! Click the read more button below to check it out 🙂


TimeActivityExpenses (KRW)
6:30amBreakfast at Incheon Airport
* Triangle Gimbap2,000
* Banana Milk1,900
* Starbucks Skinny Latte Cup 2,400
7:30amTrain from Incheon Airport to Seoul Station (travel time: around 45 minutes) Express train
*Note: Cheaper alternate is the All Stop Train – Adults 4,150 won
8:30amDrop-off bags in one of the lockers in the train station (whole day)6,000
9:00amBooked a Seoul City Tour Bus (first bus)
9:30amN-Seoul Tower
12:00pmLunch – We got off at the next stop and couldn’t find any restaurants to eat at, so we just had lunch at CU (Korean Convenient store)
2:00pmChanggyeonggung Palace FREE
4:00pmBukchon Hanok VillageFREE
5:00pmBack to Seoul Station
Got our bags and walked to our Apartment (around 10 minutes)
Freshened up, rested for a little while
7:00pmTrain to Myeongdong from Seoul Station (travel time: less than 10 minutes)1,250
Shopping and food trip!!!

Day 1 Links to full blogs (Hover over the captions and click the links)


TimeActivityExpenses (KRW)
7:00amTrain: Seoul Station to Yongsan1,350
Train: Yongsan to Gapyeong4,800
City Bus Tour (Whole day – hop on hop off)6,000
Nami Island (Entrance + Boat)10,000
1:00pmLunch at  Nammoon
Note: Check my full blog post on Nami Island to see what we ate 🙂
Bike ride (for my brothers) – 4,000 each for 30 minutes8,000
Snack (red beam steamed bun)1,000
5:00pmThe Garden of Morning Calm9,000
7:00Train: Changpeoyong to Yongsan2,250
Train: Yongsan to Seoul Station1,350

Day 2 Links to full blogs  (Hover over the captions and click the links)

Have any of you been to Seoul before? How long did you stay and what did you get up to? Let me know in the comment section below ♥



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  1. Wow!! When I read your blog post title, I said in my heart ” Yeah!! I have been to Seoul too” : ) Thanks for sharing this & I have recalled my travel memories some years ago 😀 cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  2. This is a thorough post! Thanks for sharing not just possible itineraries but also the corresponding budget. This will be helpful to tourists who are planning a trip to Seoul. Hope I can visit this pace with my family in the future.

  3. Thank you for this guide! I’ve been dreaming of going to Seoul and really tour the place (I love KDRAMA) but was afraid it might be too expensive. At least now I know.. 🙂 Did you encounter any problems getting a visa too?

    1. Hi Melissa, not so expensive – just keep track of your expenses hehe. Unfortunately, can’t help you out on your visa question since I didn’t need one. I have heard though that you have to get a visa through an agency now. Thanks!

  4. Wow, great post! Very well done, I love that fact you included the costs as the tender is different. I had to go do the exchange so I had a better grasp. Love this very helpful for tourist and I am bookmarking this for the day I finally get to go!

  5. That is such a nice itinerary. Although based on my observation, it is jam-packed with activities. And Seoul is pretty big so those who would take on this itinerary must have a lot of energy. Anyway, thanks for sharing 🙂

  6. Great itinerary! It’s nice when people share costs of these places so that we can get an idea of how much we’d need to save up to visit. Thanks for sharing!

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