DYNAMIC KOREA + JEJU

(MAY-NOV)

8 Days 6 Night

Attraction - Seongsan Sunrise Peak, Teddy Bear Museum, Mt.Sorak National Park, Aewol Coast Road, Anmok Cafe Street, Everland Theme Park / Experience - DIY Gimbap, Hanbok Wearing / Shopping - Dongdaemun Market, Myeongdong / Taste - Abalone Seafood Steamboat, Black Pork Bulgogi with Mt Halla fried rice / Abalone Ginseng Chicken soup.

DEPARTURE

2020-09-04
School Holiday
SQDKJ08-200904
2020-10-28
SQDKJ08-201028
2020-11-01
SQDKJ08-201101

ITINERARY 中文版    English

Itinerary

Singapore Airport - Incheon (MOB)


                                    

Itinerary

Incheon – Seoul – Gimpo – Jeju Island (_/L/D)

• Gyeongbok Palace - Gyeongbok Palace was the main palace during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). It is the most comprehensive and grandest of the five palaces of the Joseon Dynasty.  **(Closed on every Tuesday) 

• National Folk Museum - Located inside Gyeongbokgung Palace, the National Folk Museum of Korea presents historical artifacts that were used in the daily lives of Korean people in the past. Through the displays, visitors can learn about the domestic and agricultural lifestyles, as well as Korea’s cultural beliefs.

• The Blue House (Pass by) -  is the executive office and official residence of the South Korean head of state, the President of South Korea, located in the Jongno district of the capital Seoul. 

• Mysterious Road - also known as Dokkaebi Road, earns its name from the mystery that makes you question Newton’s theory on Gravity.

• Aewol Coastal Road – A western region tour starts by driving the Aewol-Hagwi Coastal Road drive, known as the most famous of all coastal roads.

Itinerary

Jeju Island (B/L/D)

• Seongsan Sunrise Peak - is a land mass that was created about 100,000 years ago and was above 182 meters above sea level. Over 116 architectural wonders and UNESCO World Heritage sites from 50 different countries are represented in the park.

• Seopjikoji - At Seopjikoji, there is a cliff by the seashore, where there is not a single tree, only a large field of grass, and on the seashore, there is a rock called “seondol” sticking out.

• Jusangjeolli Cliff - Jusangjeolli are stone pillars piled up along the coast and is a designated cultural monument of Jeju Island. Jusangjeolli Cliff was formed when the lava from Hallasan Mountain erupted into the sea of Jungmun.

• Teddy Bear Museum - is one of the few teddy museums found in Korea that boasts a unique collection of teddy bears to entertain its visitors.

• O'sulloc Tea Museum - The museum first opened in September 2001 and is widely known in Korea. The entire building takes the shape of a green tea cup. It seeks to harmonize the cultures of the West and East, and past traditions with the modern world. 

Itinerary

Jeju Island – Gimpo – Pyeongchang (B/L/D)

• Gwangmyeong Cave - The cave was used when Korea was under Japanese rule from 1910 to 1945 for mining purposes and was staffed by forced laborers.The cave complex re-opened in 2011 for tourism purposes and now has historical exhibits, but is chiefly entertainment-focused, with aquariums, sculptures, light shows, children's amusements, and other attractions, including an underground winery.

• Korean Folk Village [INC: Traditional Village + Amusement Village Free pass ] – introduces traditional culture from the late Joseon period to both local and international visitors through cultural classes experience, shaman faith, seasonal customs and others.

Itinerary

Pyeongchang - Mt. Sorak - Jeongseon (B/L/D)

• Mt Sorak National Park [EXCLUDE: Cable Car] - Mt. Sorak has been deemed as one of the most beautiful National Parks in Korea, due to its granite peaks, lush green valleys and dense forests.

• Anmok Café Street – is the first local district in Korea to host a coffee festival and support coffee artisans as well has promote development of coffee-related contents such as coffee museum, coffee street, coffee factory, barista academy, etc.

• Gangneung Central Market - The market is divided into two main parts; one is a traditional market and the other is an underground fishery market. The second floor has a restaurant and coffee shops. Vendors display their products along the street, providing a typical scene of a traditional market and an opportunity to learn about the life of people in Gangneung.

• Ojukheon House - It was built during the early Joseon Dynasty and remains one of the oldest wooden residential buildings in Korea.

Itinerary

Jeongseon - Yongin – Seoul (B/L/_)

• Byungbangchi Skywalk - located between Gyuram-ri and Buksil-ri in Jeongseon-eup and features breathtaking views of the nearby Bamseom, which is shaped like the Korean peninsula by the flowing Donggang River.

• Everland with free Pass - As one of the world’s most popular outdoor amusement park, Everland features a large combination of leisure, entertainment, education and culture. Explore the beautiful and splendid amusement park. 

• Dongdaemun Market - Head over for Dongdaemun Market, one of the most popular wholesale shopping areas in Seoul among Koreans and tourists alike.

Itinerary

Seoul (B/L/_)

• Compulsory shopping stops: Ginseng Outlet, Healthy Liver Shop, Cosmetic Duty Free   

• Seaweed Museum [INC: DIY Gimbap Making + Hanbok Weaing]

• N-Seoul Tower [EXCLUDE: Observatory] - the first tower-type tourism spot in Korea.

• Fireman Show – Fireman is a non-verbal performance filled with acrobatic lifts, flips and tricks. It’s a dynamic and comical show which is recommended for anyone who enjoys watching performance shows. The story is about how trainees go through a harsh, strenuous training and develop their vigor to become actual Fireman.

• Myeongdong - Enjoy more shopping sensations in Myeongdong, one of Seoul’s main shopping and tourism districts.

Itinerary

Seoul - Incheon Airport - Singapore (B/MOB)

• Local products & souvenir store


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