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Discover Seoul Pass (Attraction Card) BTS Edition - While Supplies Last Exclusive For Foreigners

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visiting Seoul and a crazy fan of BTS?? this info's for you

The Discover Seoul Pass BTS Edition is a limited edition card that offers free admission and discounts to attractions in Seoul, Korea with exclusive benefits. It is possible to purchase the pass online and collect it in Korea, or purchase it directly at the Myeong-dong Tourist Information Center.

Discover Seoul Pass [discoverseoulpass.com]
While Supplies Last Only
  • Offline purchase is available from the Myeong-dong Tourist Information Center, located behind KEB Hana Bank main office. The pass is exclusive for foreigners. Passport or alien registration card must be presented to purchase.
  • Offline purchase is available between 10:00 and 18:00 until stocks last.
  • Purchase is limited to ten passes per person. Passes are sold on first-come-first-served basis and only cash is accepted. All customers have to sign the terms and conditions for resale, refund, and exchange policy.
  • A list of international sellers can be found on the Discover Seoul Pass website (www.discoverseoulpass.com) and Visit Seoul website (www.visitseoul.net).
  • Passes for online orders can be collected from designated collection points. The collection points are at Incheon Airport T1/T2, Gimpo Airport, and Myeong-dong Tourist Information Center.

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Pretty good deal. You can hit a couple of palaces in a day, visit some other attractions or sites, and finish off with the N Seoul Tower and Hello Kitty Island (at the tower) at night. The last two items would cost half the value of the pass. It's too bad it doesn't include a transportation day pass, but since the card works as a T-money card (which still works after the DSP part expires), you can add some value to it and then use the buses or subway to get around. I've always enjoyed my visits to Seoul, even when I'm ostensibly there for work. Also plenty of free stuff to do, like walking Insadong and the nearby Bukchon Hanok village (traditional homes). Cheapass that I am (this is SD, right?), I stay at the Saerim Hotel in the heart of Insadong. I don't think I've paid more than $50 a night and generally less than that.
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Pretty good deal. You can hit a couple of palaces in a day, visit some other attractions or sites, and finish off with the N Seoul Tower and Hello Kitty Island (at the tower) at night. The last two items would cost half the value of the pass. It's too bad it doesn't include a transportation day pass, but since the card works as a T-money card (which still works after the DSP part expires), you can add some value to it and then use the buses or subway to get around. I've always enjoyed my visits to Seoul, even when I'm ostensibly there for work. Also plenty of free stuff to do, like walking Insadong and the nearby Bukchon Hanok village (traditional homes). Cheapass that I am (this is SD, right?), I stay at the Saerim Hotel in the heart of Insadong. I don't think I've paid more than $50 a night and generally less than that.
May I PM you? I'm going to Seoul later this year.
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