Discover Seoul Pass | Visit Seoul's Major Landmarks With One Pass!

The Cheapest and Best Way to Enjoy Seoul's Landmarks and Transportation

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In a city like Seoul, where there is so much to see, you often feel overwhelmed and don't know where to go. You also have to pay the admission fee separately where ever you decide to go and it can become costly. The Discover Seoul Pass helps you with all of these problems!

With just one pass, you can solve cumbersome transportation problems and easily enter famous tourist attractions.

Basically, there are three Seoul Passes 48/72/120 hour passes, and you can choose the type of ticket according to your itinerary schedule. You get free admission to 50 attractions and discounts at 100 attractions and facilities!  You can also use this pass as a transportation card, enjoy the Seoul City Tour and get a free pass for one AREX ride!

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Perks & Benefits

Free Admission: For details on attractions offering free admission, please check the official Discover Seoul Pass website.

Discount Coupons: Show your card at the ticket booth or counter to get an instant discount of 10-50%! For detailed operational information, visit the official Discover Seoul Pass website.

Transportation Services

  • AREX: One free one-way AREX ticket within the pass validity period. This benefit must be requested and issued through the Seoul Pass website. Please refer to the site for more details.
  • Ddareungi (Bike Sharing): Enjoy unlimited use of Ddareungi for one day. Download the Ddareungi app to access this benefit. For more information, refer to the site. (Valid until midnight of the usage day, regardless of card validity period)
  • K-Limousine (Airport Bus): One free ride on the airport bus (Incheon Airport ↔ Seoul). For more details, please refer to the site.

Things to Keep In Mind

The Discover Seoul Pass is valid for 5 years from the date of issue.

The Discover Seoul Pass is exclusively for individual foreign travelers and cannot be used for group purposes.

The Discover Seoul Pass can be used via the mobile application, and there is no need to pick up a physical card.

The Discover Seoul Pass does not include a transportation card function and cannot be exchanged for a physical transportation card.

The pass will be activated (countdown begins) when you use the first benefit (including AREX, K-Limousine, Ddareungi bike).

  • [Example] If you purchase the 48-hour Discover Seoul Pass and use the first benefit on June 1st at 9 AM, the pass benefits will be valid until June 3rd at 8:59 AM. Attraction tickets can be exchanged within the pass validity period (48/72/120 hours).

When visiting attractions, you must present the QR code registered in the Discover Seoul Pass app.

The operating hours and holidays of each attraction may vary according to their schedules. Please check the website or smartphone application for operation-related announcements before your visit.

If the Discover Seoul Pass app is not functioning properly, please contact the Discover Seoul Pass Customer Service Center (Phone: +82-2-1644-1060).

How to Reserve

  1. After payment is completed, your reservation will be confirmed within 1-2 business days, and a voucher with the 'Discover Seoul Pass QR Code' will be sent to you.
  2. Download the Discover Seoul Pass app (available on Google Play and the App Store).
  3. Tap 'Register Pass' under the 'More' tab.
  4. Select "Register Mobile Pass" and scan the activated QR code on the voucher or enter the serial number.
  5. The pass will be activated (countdown begins) when you use the first free benefit (including AREX, K Limousine, and Ddareungi bike).


Visit Korea's most famous tourist attractions for free with the Seoul Pass!

63 Building

Address: 서울 영등포구 63로 50 63스퀘어
63 Square, 50, 63-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

63 Building used to be famous for being the tallest building in Seoul. It is a culture complex that has an aquarium and an observatory, both accessible for free with the Seoul Pass. At Aqua Planet 63, there is an ethereal mermaid show that awes people of all ages and genders. The 63 Art Gallery is on the 60th floor and has a stunning view of Seoul's cityscape. 


Address: 서울 종로구 사직로 161
161, Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Gyeongbokgung is Korea's number one heritage attraction. You can feel the history as you walk inside the grand palace. The palace has an impressive history of 500 years.

Deoksugung Palace

Address: 서울 중구 세종대로 99
99, Sejong-daero, Jung-gu, Seoul

Deoksugung Palace is where you can experience what the Korean Empire was like. It's a different atmosphere from Gwanghwamun and Gyeongbokgung because of its modern characteristics. They have night viewings available as well so try visiting at night! 

Hanbok nam


Hanbok nam Gyeongbokgung Branch:  
서울 종로구 사직로 133-5 
133-5, Sajik-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Hanboknam Bukchon Hanok Village Branch:
서울 종로구 북촌로 5나길 17 
17, Bukchon-ro 5na-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

You can rent hanboks at Hanboknam and explore traditional spots like Gyeongbokgung and Bukchon Hanok Village. With the Seoul Pass, you can rent a hanbok for free for 90 minutes. Renting hanboks and taking pictures has become a must-do tourist activity in Korea. Try it out! 

Coex Aquarium

Address: 서울 강남구 영동대로 513
513, Yeongdong-daero, Gangnam-gu, Seoul

The Coex Aquarium is the largest aquarium in Korea. You can see hundreds of species of marine creatures that can't be seen in daily life! People like to go to the COEX Aquarium for dates, family outings, and also just for education so check it out!

Lotte World

Address: 서울 송파구 올림픽로 240 
240, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul

Lotte World is full of adrenaline-rushing attractions and rides! There is both an outdoor and indoor park so it is great for all types of weather! They have everything from rollercoasters, bungee drops, Viking swings, and even rides for younger kids! The park is surrounded by a lake that blooms the prettiest cherry blossoms in the spring. Visit Lotte World at a discounted price with the Seoul Pass. 

Lotte Tower

Address: 서울 송파구 올림픽로300 
300, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul

Lotte Tower stands at approximately 555 meters and is Korea's tallest building and the world's 6th tallest building. It has an observatory where you can look down at the 360 view of Seoul! The view of Seoul and Han River at night is one of the best views in Seoul.

Taekwondo Experience

Address: 서울 성북구 종암로 19길 7 3F
3F, 7, Jongam-ro 19-gil, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul

Taekwondo, a sport famous all over the world, originated in Korea. Almost every Korean has had Taekwondo lessons when they were kids. If you want to wear a Taekwondo belt and join in on a lesson, you can do so with the Seoul Pass. 

Korean Alphabet Jewelry Making

Address: 서울 중구 을지로 12 시티스타몰 4-5
Citi Star Mall 4-5, 12, Eulji-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul

The Korean alphabet is registered as a UNESCO World Heritage. You can make jewelry that has your name in Hangeul, the official name for the Korean alphabet, and take it home. 

National Gugak Center

Address: 서울 서초구 남부순환로 2364 
2364 Nambusunhwan-ro, Seocho-gu, Seoul

At the National Gugak Center, you can watch a performance of what was performed in front of the royals in ancient Korea. They use traditional Korean instruments to make traditional music and dance around with ribbons. It's a performance you have to see while you're in Korea!

Gold leaf Printing

Address: 서울 종로구 북촌로 12길 24-12
24-12, Bukchon-ro 12-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul

Gold leaf printing was practiced since the Joseon Dynasty by the wealthy. You can experience the beautifully meticulous practice yourself at Gongbang Ija Studio.

*For more information about other facilities, visit the Discover Seoul Pass Website

You can do such diverse things with the Seoul Pass! It's really easy to use and an affordable way to travel Seoul! 

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