Artee Pedicab: Your Guide, Your Friend
See & Do Tours
Meaning a "good, old friend", Artee Pedicab aims to delivers special memories and happiness via a simple tool: the pedicab. Explore hidden alleyways and their stories together with friendly Artee riders to discover a whole new side of Seoul. Scenery of places you've once passed by without a thought will turn into a whole new experience as you ride along inside a pedicab. Enjoy the refreshing wind against your face and the comforting sense of leisure as
Artee Pedicab takes you on an exciting new adventure.
The road in front of Cheongwadae (Blue House) was opened to the public for the first time in 50 years since the Blue House raid (January 21 Incident) where North Korean Kim Shin-jo tried to assassinate the president. What better way to celebrate the opening of the road than riding through on a pedicab? Starting from the entrance of Cheongwadae to Samcheong-dong and Hyoja-dong, the surrounding neighborhoods around Gyeongbokgung Palace, enjoy a pedicab ride and familiarize yourself with the iconic area.
Follow along Changdeokgung Stonewall Walkway to explore the quiet neighborhoods of Wonseo-dong, Gye-dong, Jae-dong in eastern Bukchon. A peaceful, little area, the eastern part of Bukchon will make visitors feel as if they've traveled back in time. Surrounded by traditional hanok houses and quaint, little alleyways, visitors will feel as if they've traveled 600 years into the past.
Gahoe-dong, Samcheong-dong, and Anguk-dong are neighborhoods located in western Bukchon. An area where modern and traditional architecture coexist side by side, it's a pretty popular attraction among tourists. Unlike the quiet and peaceful atmopshere found in eastern Bukchon, this area is always busy and full of life. Feel 600 years of Seoul's history within Gahoe-dong nestled between Gyeongbokgung Palace and Changdeokgung Palace, and enjoy exploring the many cute galleries, cafes, and restaurants within the area on an Artee Pedicab.
Enjoy both the liveliness of western Bukchon and the historical time traveling experience of eastern Bukchon through just one tour course. Feel the beauty of the Bukchon's scenery as they pass by like sets on a musical, and enjoy the special experience as your Artee rider becomes one of your newest best friend.
Seochon is an area located on the west side of Gyeongbokgung Palace. Once a residential area back in the Joseon Dynasty, the area was once an art town where art and literature flourished. A charming little area filled with Tongui-dong's old stores, hanok houses, and modern cultural centers, Seochon is filled with wall murals and Tongin market hidden within the nooks and crannies of its maze-like alleyways.
Book Tour (Phone/Website) Artee Pedicab 1666-1693
- Please refer to website for tour cost and prices.
- Maximum capacity for 1 pedicab is 2 people and a child under 4 (who may ride together at no additional cost).
- Reservations and inquiries are taken via email and phone.
- Cancellation may occur due to weather conditions like rain and snow.
- Tour will start and end according to schedule regardless of customer's tardiness.