New Guided Tours in Vietnamese and Indonesian Offered at Gyeongbok Palace

As tourism from Southeast Asia has been growing in South Korea, one of Seoul’s most prominent tourist attractions will begin to offer tours in Vietnamese and Indonesian.

Beginning this month on September 21st, tours in Bahasa will begin on September 21.

The tours will be offered three times a day every Wednesday and Saturday.

Tours in Vietnamese are set to begin in November.

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