Korea’s ONE AND ONLY ghost tour.
Murder! Ghosts! Scandal! This is the side of Seoul that you won’t find in the tourism brochures. Take a tour down the dark alleys of the forgotten 600-year history of bloody massacres, seedy hideaways, and mourning ghosts. Stops on this tour include the following:
**The site of a gruesome massacre**
**The bridge whose stones tell a dark story that lovers and passersby know nothing about**
**A neighborhood known to be occupied by the spirits of prostitutes who met grisly ends**
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Never be at a loss for party conversation again. Brag to your friends at home the things you ate, the tales you learned, and the people you met.
If you enjoy good food and want to learn about eating habits and table manners in korea, it’s the ideal solution.Helene
Although I’m not a believer of ghosts, it was still awesome to learn the history of all those places!Deb
It’s a tour which is off the normal tourist track which makes it even better.Janet
The Dark Side of Seoul Tour was a blast! Joe was a knowledgeable and accommodating guide that told interesting stories with a dramatic flair! I was legitimately creeped out by a few of them.Rachel
Owner, Guide (BBQ, Dark Side, Chicken & Beer, Private)
Joe founded ZenKimchi as Korea’s oldest food blog in 2004. He is a food writer and extremely minor celebrity.
Guide (Buddhist Temple Cuisine)
Marie Frenette has called Korea her home for more than 10 years. She is fluent in the local language. She is interested in plant-based living, sustainability, globe-trotting and is also the volunteer Seoul rep for the vegan food app Happy Cow.
Guide (Gangnam Secrets, Private)
Guide (Seoul Pub Crawl)
Korean American who’s classically trained in bartending. Arrived to Korea just as cocktails and craft beers have placed a foothold amongst the youthful neophiles. John as seen or directly participated in the positive changes to the drinking culture that is the Korean nightlife.
Dark Side of Seoul
Heritage interpreter, writer, comic book raconteur, armchair weird fiction scholar, self-proclaimed automath, sipper of fine dram, ambler of high places, hopeless conservationist. 17 years of pondering aimlessly in Korea.
Michael Hurt, Ph. D.
Street Fashion Photography
One of Seoul’s most experienced and respected Korean-American street fashion photographers. Dr. Hurt knows the ins and outs of spotting great street models, the art and legalities of Korean street photography, and making your shots look great.
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