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Starting from USD$4,210.00



This is a 6Days tour of Seoul, Nami Island, and Mt. Seorak and ends with Everland. It will be the best gift for tourists who enjoy the city and mountains. Also, it's a perfect tour for families and lovers to visit Everland.

  • Gyeongbok Palace (Deosu Palace on Tuesdays)
  • Presidential Blue House (Pass by)
  • National Folk Museum (History Museum on Tuesdays)
  • N Tower Observatory
  • Gamcheon Culture Village
  • Kukje Market (International Market)
  • Songdo Sea Cable Car
  • Songdo Beach
  • Haedong Yonggungsa Temple
  • Dongbaek Island
  • Nurimaru APEC House
  • Seokguram Hermitage (grotto)
  • Bulguksa Temple
  • Cheongsengdae (Ancient Observatory)
  • Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond
  • Kimchi Making
  • Hanbok Wearing (Traditional Korean Costume)
  • Bukcheon Hanok Village
  • Mydongdong Shopping Street
  • Pick-up & Drop off from your Hotel
  • Vehicle of 7seats or 20 seats Mini Bus
  • Accommodation for 5 nights
  • Full Board Meals (Korean Style Meals)
  • English Speaking Tour Guide
  • KTX Bullet train (Seoul-Busan / Gyeongju-Seoul)
  • Admission Fee
  • Return Airport Transfer
  • Guide Tipping (US$ 5 per day per person)
  • International Flight Fare
  • Personal Expense

US$ 2,105 per person



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Total$ 4,210.00

Meet a frindly guide at Incheon Airport and we will start the trip.
Our first tour spot is ‘Gyeongbokgung Palace’ that is the one of royal palaces built during the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung Palace was completed three years after the establishment of the Joseon Dynasty. A few days after its completion, the palace was named Gyeongbokgung Palace, as well as major temples such as Gangnyeongjeon, Gyotaejeon, Yeonsaengjeon, Gyeongseongjeon, Sajeongjeon, and Geunjeongjeon. The name Gyeongbokgung Palace means that the new dynasty will prosper with great blessings.
National Folk Museum inside of Gyeongbok palace shows the culture and folk history of the Korean people from prehistoric times to the end of the Joseon Dynasty. It is also famous for is pagoda top architecture.
Then we move to N Tower (Namsan Seoul Tour) for the last spot of day first. Namsan Seoul Tower, which has established itself as a romantic island in the city center, is a 236.7m high tower located at the top of Namsan (262m), which has long been widely known as a road of the eternal love, and boasts the best view of Seoul from 480m above sea level. It is a symbol of Seoul, which has been ranked as the No. 1 tourist attraction chosen by foreigners, and a romantic holy place for lovers around the world who dream of eternal love. Romantic experience contents "Locks of Love" and "Heart Chair" for lovers are very popular.

Accommodation : Seoul
3* Hotel : Atrium Hotel or Similar
4* Hotel : Hotel PJ Seoul or Similar
The guide will pick you up at your hotel in the morning and we will go to Seoul Station to take a KTX (Korea Bullet Train). KTX will bring us to Busan within 2hours and 30 minutes.
With colorful roofs that seem to reach the sky at any moment, with a warm atmosphere that covers the entire village, it is a Gamcheon Culture Village that shows unique beauty of terraced villages arranged in an orderly manner. Now, it is a place that boasts such a beautiful scenery, but its origin is connected to the painful history of Busan. The start was that the refugees, who came to Gamcheon Village during the Korean War, cleared the hillside because there was no place to stay. In 2009, it was selected as a village art project, and students, writers, and residents worked together to decorate the village, and it was later reborn as a representative tourist attraction in Busan. Gamcheon Culture Village is an experience tourist destination to see and enjoy, and is receiving enthusiastic responses from tourists. Just follow the stamp map purchased at the village information center to complete the alley tour.
The next place is BIFF Square and Kukji Market. The name of BIFF Square, located in Jung-gu, Busan, stands for Busan International Film Festival. The success of the Busan International Film Festival, which began in 1996, created this square and revitalized Nampo-dong, an old city center. After the liberation of August 15, one or two theaters appeared, and in the 60s, more than 20 theaters opened and Nampo-dong theater district was formed. The area around this area was once created as BIFF Square.
BIFF Square is one of the places that visitors to Busan really want to visit. When the Busan International Film Festival is held, stars and directors appear on the outdoor stage of the Busan Theater to greet the stage, and all broadcasting stations and reporters will attend.
If you look to the floor, there is also a handprinting that the world's film masters took by hand and left marks in BIFF Square, drawing attention from many tourists at a glance.

Located in Jung-gu, the center of Busan, "Kukje Market (International Market)" is the best tourist destination and shopping cultural space with various attractions such as Bupyeong Kangtong Market, Gwangbok-dong Fashion Street, Bosu-dong Bookstore Alley, and Jagalchi Market. After the liberation of 1945, it became a free market, a market full of noisy people, and it became called an international market from the Korean War. This is our marketplace, which has been reborn with strong vitality, although there have been big trials at times. It contains many stories of Korea's modern and contemporary history for more than 70 years, and when you cross the Cloud Bridge, 24 spaces in 12 buildings unfold showing off their individuality.

Accommodation : Busan
3* Hotel : Aventree Busan or Similar
4* Hotel : Crown Harbor or Similar

The guide will pick you up at your hotel in the morning and proceed to Songdo Sea Cable Car
And Songdo Beach. Songdo Sea Cable Car was reborn as a brand called "Busan Air Cruise" in June 2017 through a restoration project to revive the old reputation of Songdo Beach, Korea's first public beach. From Songnim Park in the east of Songdo Beach to Amnam Park in the west at a height of up to 86m, you can enjoy the thrill of Songdo Beach, Busan Yeongdo and Namhang Bridge, Songdo Coastal Dulle-gil, and the waves of strange rocks. There is a coastal walkway from Amnam Park, where the upper stop is located, to Songdo Beach. The coastal trail is a famous attraction designated as Busan National Geopark. Walking along the deck path, you can see sedimentary rocks accumulated 100 million years ago. The sound of waves is laid against the background while meeting the plump geology and enjoying the open sea. It takes 30 minutes to reach Songdo Beach, but it is difficult to resist the temptation when you meet the way down to the coast in the middle. Time flies when countless ships are immersed in the scenery of Songdo coast, where they are anchored.
Songdo Beach. Songdo Beach is Korea's first beach that opened in 1913 and has exceeded the 100th anniversary. It enjoyed its best heyday in the 1960s and 1970s, but in the 80s, it became a lonely beach where no one visited. However, people who felt sorry for the damage to Songdo Beach gathered and continued maintenance, and as a result, it turned into a more beautiful beach than before. Songdo Beach, which has clean sandy beaches, clear water quality, cloud trails, and marine cable cars, is now a tourist attraction of more than 5 million tourists a year.

Afternoon, Haedong Yonggungsa (Dragon)Temple will wait for us. Haedong Yonggungsa Temple has a slightly different appearance from ordinary Korean temples because it leaves the mountain and embraces the open East Sea. Because of this, Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, which is also famous for its tourist attractions, is a temple where visitors, including foreigners, come one after another, especially during weekends and vacation seasons. Beomeosa Temple, which boasts a long history, and Samgwangsa Temple, which has a considerable size, is known as a temple with beautiful scenery representing Busan.
On Buddha's birthday, a lotus lantern is lit like any other temple, and the scenery harmonized with the sea scenery is spectacular. It is also famous as a sunrise spot because there are many people who make wishes. The location and scenery are so unique that it is always crowded with people who come even if it is not a special day. Unlike other temples where only Buddha, Bodhisattva, and Four Great Kings can be seen, there are many unique decorations here and there, attracting the attention of visitors.
Our last place is Dongbaek Island and Nurimaru APEC House. If you walk in contemplation while looking at the open sea, you will reach Dongbaek Island, which is located at the end of the white sand beach. Originally an island, it was connected to the land due to sedimentation for a long time, but it is still called Dongbaek Island by Busan people.
Dongbaek Park, which was created as a park containing the nature of Dongbaek Island, is a beautiful place with sea pine trees. The coastal trail along the perimeter of Dongbaek Island is not as long as 950m, but it is a great place to take a quiet walk and organize your day's work.
If you follow the sea route, a suspension bridge appears in front of you. In some sections, you can see the bottom, but the bridge is relatively short and it is not in a high place, so even children who are afraid of heights can pass easily. The coastal trail leads to a white lighthouse along with a wide observatory. If you look at the sea from the observatory, you can see the Nurimaru APEC House and Gwangan Bridge at the same time. If you turn left a little more, you can see Oryukdo Island, which is a great place to see the Busan sea at a glance. The Nurimaru APEC House was the venue for the 2005 APEC summit in Busan. You can see the chairs of the Asia-Pacific leaders arranged in a circle in the main hall, as well as the meals and souvenirs provided at the time. The modern exterior, which perfectly matches the superb view of Haeundae, is the most unique international conference hall in the world.

Accommodation : Busan
3* Hotel : Aventree Busan or Similar
4* Hotel : Crown Harbor or Similar
We are going on a trip to Gyeongju, the capital of Silla's 1,000-year-old history, and the entire city is a museum. In Gyeongju, one of the top 10 UNESCO sites,, you will be surprised by the various hidden attractions in addition to the familiar ruins and relics. Recently, Gyeongju is a popular destination for young people who like to take pictures with retro sensibilities. You can see the thousand-year-old ruins and the surrounding landscape like a picture everywhere. The thousand-year-old mysterious night view will be an unforgettable memory for a long time. Every April, when cherry blossoms bloom, you can see the spectacular view of the city with bright cherry blossoms.
Seokguram Hermitage (grotto) and Bulguksa Temple are ancient Buddhist relics created during the Silla period. Seokguram grotto houses a Buddha statue, and Bulguksa Temple is a temple structure. Both heritages are located in Tohamsan Mountain in the southeast of Gyeongju, and there is a slight distance. The two heritages were planned and constructed by the same person in the late 8th century and completed around the same time. Seokguram is a stone cave artificially built using granite, and the Bonjonbul is placed in the center of the circular column, and Bodhisattva, Nahansang, and Shinjang statues are harmoniously arranged on the surrounding walls. Bulguksa Temple is a wooden building built on an artificially built stone base and shows the essence of ancient Buddhist architecture. In particular, the sculptures of Seokguram, the stone foundation of Bulguksa Temple, and the two stone pagodas are considered one of the best masterpieces of ancient Buddhist art in Northeast Asia.

Bulguksa Temple was first listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Korea in 1995, along with Seokguram Hermitage, Jongmyo Shrine in Seoul, and the Tripitaka Koreana (the Tripitaka Koreana, the complete collection of Buddhist scriptures carved on over eighty thousand woodblocks)of Haeinsa Temple in Hapcheon.
The Silla people, who believed in Buddhism as a national religion, built Bulguksa Temple, the "country of Buddha," with the best architectural techniques, the best effort, and the best sincerity they could achieve. The Buddhist doctrine is well melted into the temple architecture to form an ideal Garam layout.
There is a pavilion called Beomyeongru on the stonework, which means the summit of Sumisan Mountain, which is located in the center of the Buddhist world.
The stairs to this heavenly world are Cheongungyo Bridge and Baekungyo Bridge (National Treasure No. 23). After climbing Cheongungyo Bridge and Baegungyo Bridge and passing through the Jahamun Gate, you can face Daeungjeon Hall, which houses the Buddha of Sakyamuni.
Cheongsengdae (Ancient Observatory) , the oldest observatory in the East. It is believed to have been built during the 27th Queen Seondeok of Silla, and is one of the landmarks symbolizing Gyeongju. It is about 9m in height with a bottle-shaped cylindrical part on top of the base that serves as a pedestal and a regular top part on top. The cylindrical part was composed of 27 layers of fan-shaped stones. The lower part of the window to the southeast is filled with Makdol, and the upper part is hollow because it is pierced to the top. At the top, where the eastern half is blocked with stone, the tip of a long stone interlocked in a square shape penetrates to the outside. This appearance is also found in the 19th to 20th stages and 25th to 26th stages, and it seems to have been suitable for hanging ladders from the inside.
According to old records, "People are supposed to climb up in the middle," but it seems that they placed a ladder on the outside, went inside through a window, and climbed to the top using a ladder to observe the sky.
The last place in Gyeongju is Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond. It's a hot place for the night view of Gyeongju. It is the site of the royal palace of Silla, and it is used as a royal palace where the prince lives, and a banquet was held when there were national events or precious guests. Wolji is a place called Anapji in the past, and it means a pond where the moon is reflected. It boasts quiet and beautiful scenery during the day, but you can see fantastic night views, especially at night. In summer, the lotus flowers in the nearby lotus complex are spectacular.
After finishing the Gyeongju tour, we are going back to Seoul by KTX

Accommodation : Seoul
3* Hotel : Atrium Hotel or Similar
4* Hotel : Hotel PJ Seoul or Similar

Kimchi making gives you another excellent experience of Korea. At the Korean Traditional Culture Experience Center, where you can experience the taste of kimchi and the beauty of hanbok, you can make traditional Korean kimchi and learn the efficacy of kimchi. You can also experience making kimchi easily.
The following is a schedule to try on Hanbok, a traditional Korean costume. If you wear various and beautiful hanbok and take pictures, you can feel as if you are in Korea from the past.
Bukchon Hanok Village, where Korea's old appearance continues is the next spot. Bukchon Hanok Village has been inhabited by aristocrats for 600 years, and it is still inhabited by actual residents and preserves Hanok Village. Important historical assets remain in Bukchon Hanok Village, and there are many streets that stand out for the beauty of hanok, making it one of the most attractive tourist destinations.
The place where women wear Hanbok ’traditional Korean costume’ and men ride horses on the road brings tourists back to old Seoul city and it is called Insadong Antique street. Walking through Insadong street with tea houses, boutique galleries and street traditional snacks, you feel alive. Insadong is also one of the best places in Seoul to purchase traditional Korean art and other souvenirs.

Today's last stop is Myeongdong Street. Myeong-dong Street, which is about 1km away, runs from Myeong-dong Station on Subway Line 4 to Eulji-ro and Lotte Department Store. Various brands, department stores, and bonded stores are concentrated, and street food is also lined up. Exciting shopping in Myeongdong, which is a shopping paradise!

Accommodation : Seoul
3* Hotel : Atrium Hotel or Similar
4* Hotel : Hotel PJ Seoul or Similar

Our friendly driver will pick you up according to your departure flight time. The driver will take you to the Incheon airport safely.
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We’ll collect you from your Seoul accommodation at 9:00 on the first day.
Please note that this process can last up to thirty minutes.

If you arrive afternoon in Incheon airport and want to join this tour the next day, please add the transfer service and hotel extension option.

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Total$ 4,210.00

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