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Jogyesa Temple, Seoul, South Korea
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Korea Showcase - 7 Days


Tour Summary


This tour starts with a city tour of Seoul including Deoksu Palace, Changdeok Palace, the Blue House, Jogyesa Temple, South Gate Open Market, and Insadong Shopping Street.

The next day of touring visits Suwon Hwasung Fortress, and the Korean Folk Village.

On day four, you'll see the Demilitarized Zone & 3rd Infiltration Tunnel. Also the Dora Observation Platform, with its view of North Korea. Then transfer to Gyeongju City.

After breakfast you'll tour of Gyeongju, visiting Cheomseongdae Astronmical Observatory, Royal Tumuli Park. Gyeongju National Museum, Bulguksa Temple, and Seokguram Grotto Temple. Then proceed to Busan City.

In Busan, after breakfast, tour Busan Tower, Jagalchi Fishery Market, Nampodong Shopping Street, the UN Cemetery, Busan Municipal Museum, and Busan Haeundae Beach. Following the tour, return to Seoul.


Itinerary


Day 1 (Monday) - Arrival at Incheon International Airport.


Arrive at Incheon International Airport, where you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel by the airport limousine bus or by the van. The rest of day is free at your leisure time.

When you arrive in Seoul on some other days with the pre-extension or the post-extension bookings (the earlier arrival or the later arrival), the arrival transfer is not provided. When you have the pre-extension bookings at the hotel(s), please take an airport limousine bus or take a taxi to the hotel. The airport limousine buses are available to the hotel(s) every 20-25 minutes, from 05:00 am until 21:00 pm


Gyeongbok Palace, Seoul

Day 2 - Seoul City (Tuesday)


After breakfast, start a city tour of Seoul including Deoksu Palace (on Wednesday - Monday replaced with Gyeongbok Palace & National Folk Museum), Changdeok Palace, drive by The Blue House, Jogyesa Temple, South Gate Open Market, & Insadong Shopping Street.

Established by the founder of Joseon Dynasty in 1392, Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea has a population of more than 12,000,000 people. Seoul is a city of the incredible contrasts which, despite its immense size, make it one of the most fascinating cities in the world. In Seoul, the new and the ancient co-exist in the perfect harmony for everyone to enjoy.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch


Folk Village, Seoul

Day 3 - Seoul - Korean Folk Village - Seoul (Wednesday)


Breakfast at hotel. Morning free. At noon, transfer to the Korean Folk Village outside of Seoul to the south, where the old traditional style houses and life styles of the 18th - 19th century are still practiced. Return to Seoul

The Korean Folk Village is a showplace of the Korea's traditional folklore customs and ways of living. Located near Suwon City, 40 km to the south of Seoul, the village was opened in 1974 and comprises approximately two hundred and thirty structures, each representing the traditional customs and manners. In these structures, the visitors witness the unique scenes of people in the ancient costumes living and working in exactly the same manners as in the past before the country came under the western influence.

Meals: Breakfast


Bongwonsa Temple, Seoul

Day 4 - DMZ & the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel - Gyeongju (Thursday)


After breakfast, drive to the DMZ. Tour of DMZ. Transfer to Gyeongju City. North Korea’s 3rd Infiltration Tunnel is located within the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and is located 44 km away from Seoul to the northwest. Discovered in October 1978, up to 30,000 armed military forces with field artillery could travel through this tunnel in just one hour. The Dora Observation Platform is located at the western front line and from here you can view the North Korean territory including the Propaganda Village, People's School and Gaeseong City, the old capital city of the Goryeo Kingdom.

The Freedom Park, located 40 km northwest of Seoul, has been dedicated to the 5 million people who left their families and homes in North Korea and its major facilities include the North Hall where you can get a view of the lifestyle of North Korea, and the Exhibition Hall which houses old tanks and planes used in the Korean War.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch


Seokguram Grotto

Day 5 - Gyeongju City - Busan City (Friday)


Breakfast at hotel.

Tour of Gyeongju including Cheomseongdae Astronmical Observatory, Royal Tumuli Park, Gyeongju National Museum, Bulguksa Temple, & Seokguram Grotto.

Proceeed to Busan City.

The richest repository of ancient history and arts in Korea, the city of Gyeongju was once the splendid capital of the Shilla Kingdom (B.C. 57-A.D. 935). Gyeongju is filled with the remains of the ancient Shilla Kingdom’s temples, the royal tombs, the monuments, one of the earliest astronomical observatories in Asia - Cheomseongdae, built in 647 A.D., and the crumbled remains of the palaces and the fortresses. There is a branch (Gyeongju National Museum) of the National Museum Korea in the downtown where thousands of the items are exhibited. The two supreme treasures of Gyeongju are the Bulguksa Temple and the Seokguram Grotto, Being called "The Museum Without Walls". Gyeongju has been designated by UNESCO as one of the world's ten historic sites, and the Bulguksa Temple and the Seokguram Grotto were added to UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1995.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch


Samgwansa Temple, Busan

Day 6 - Busan City - Seoul City (Saturday)


After breakfast, tour of Busan Tower, Jagalchi Fishery Market, Nampodong Shopping Street, UN Cemetery, Busan Municipal Museum, & Busan's Haeundae Beach.

Busan is the second largest city and the principal port of Korea. It is located on the southern part of the peninsula with more than 4 million inhabitants, it being geographically an excellent natural harbor. Busan has been an important trade center for fishing and some other industries for a long time. The major attractions of Busan are the UN Memorial Cemetery, Busan Tower, Jagalchi Fishery Market, and Haeundae Beach.

Return to Seoul.

Overnight in Seoul.

Meals: Breakfast & Lunch


Samgwansa Temple, Busan

Day 7 - Seoul - Departure (Sunday)


PriceAfter breakfast, check-out the hotel.

The complementary airport bus ticket is provided.

End of tour.

Airport Limousine buses depart every 20-25 minutes from the hotel bus stop.

Meals: Breakfast


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