I'm slightly confused by some of the conflicting information I've read regarding the tours at some of the major tourist spots in Seoul. I'm interested in going on some of the English and Chinese language tours however I'm not sure whether I need to make a booking in advance? Some of the websites state that advance booking is required (for Jongmyo Shrine especially, for example) however I've also read blog posts, forums, etc where people have simply just turned up and could join a tour without booking? Just wanted some clarification. Thanks.
Jongmyo, Gyeongbokgung, etc tour bookings?
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