6 Days of Seoul


Hi Guys, sharing our Seoul, South Korea 6 days itinerary. Seoul is a beautiful city, my sister and I enjoyed the tail of winter weather, temples, people, street food, street performers, trains and really cheap cosmetics. Below itinerary is plan and remarks shows if we’re able to go, 🙂 if we enjoyed the place, highly recommended, must see, must visit and 😐 just right, you can skip, and x we’re not able to go because…. We’re so tired already, we realized two-three temple visit is enough, and it’s just too cold to stay outside.

Day 1: Anyeonghaseyo, Seoul

  • Travel from Manile to Incheon via Cebu Pacific
  • Check-in: Blessing in Seoul 🙂

Day 2: Hop-on Seoul City Tour Bus

  • Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park 🙂
  • Hop-on Tour Bus at Dongdaemun 😦
  • Gwangwamun 🙂
  • Seoul City Hall, we witnessed a Military Parade 🙂
  • Deoksugung Palace 🙂
  • Namdaemun Market 🙂
  • National Museum of Korea 😐
  • Itaewon
  • Shop for Korean cosmetics at Myeongdong

Day 3: On our Own in Seoul

  • Insadong 🙂
  • Hongdae 🙂
  • Hello Kitty Cafe 🙂
  • Hongik University Street Performances 🙂
  • Trick Eye Museum 🙂

Day 4: Free fun in the park, So so in Coex

  • Olympic Park (we enjoyed biking around the park) 🙂
  • Coex Aquarium 😦
  • Coex Mall 😐
  • Gangnam District 😐
  • Shopping at Lotte Mart, Cheongyangni 🙂

Day 5: Hey Seoul Sisters #ootd

  • Bukchon Hanok Village 🙂
  • Namsam Park via Cable Car 🙂
  • North Seoul Tower 🙂
  • Cheonggyecheon Stream 😐
  • Fashion Week at Dongdaemun Design Plaza & Park 😐
  • Doota Mall

Day 6: Korean Spa Experience

  • Jijimbang at Dragon Hill Spa 🙂
  • Travel from Dongdaemun to Incheon International Airport 🙂


  • Buy Seoul City Pass, Load it with initial of KRW 20,000, enough for 6 days train rides around Seoul.
  • You can skipped Seould City Tour Bus, you can reach all these great places via train. I think it’s a waste of money. Besides you cannot visit all these places included in the tour bus in one day
  • Highly consider the weather, wear appropriate clothes
  • Bring a load of energy with you (wear comfortable shoes), pwede din naman mag tiis ganda para bongga ang photos 🙂
  • You don’t have to stick to your plan, just go with the flow and enjoy wherever your feet leads you.
  • Street food and restaurant prices are almost the same in tourist areas, if you want to try street food, it’s cheaper somewhere
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” ― Henry Miller