8 Days 6 Night
Attraction - Gyeongbok Palace, Jagalchi Market, Yonggungsa Temple, Suncheon Ecological Park, Boseong Green Tea Farm / Experience - Train to Busan, Songdo Cable Car, DIY Korean Traditional Sweets / Shopping - Dongdaemun Market, Insadong, Myeongdong / Taste - Premium Seafood Steamboat, Bossam Set, Jeonju Bibimbap, Bamboo Set Menu + Grilled Rib Patties, Hanjungsik, Abalone Ginseng Chicken Soup, BBQ Buffet
Singapore Airport - Incheon (MOB)
Incheon - Seoul – Experience KTX to Busan – Busan (_/L/_)
• 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) • Gwanghwamun Square - With the inauguration of the square, Sejong-ro, located at the center of the 600-year-old historic city of Seoul, was transformed into a human-centered space that harmonizes with the beautiful scenery of Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukaksan Mountain. • Jagalchi Market - It is Korea's largest seafood market, and is where you can see the lifestyle of the indigenous Busan natives. It also represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. You may like to try some fresh raw fish right at the market. • Biff Square - This Square was named on 14 August 1996, after the first Busan International Film Festival was held there. In recent years, it has grown into a more complex area, not only movie theaters but also shops and leisure facilities, attracting growing numbers of visitors and tourist.
• Yonggungsa Temple – The Southernmost temple near the east sea was founded by the great monk Naong, who was the consultant of King Gongmin. • Songdo Cable Car • Gamcheon Cultural Village – Korea’s most art-filled town is nested on top of the hills of Saha-gu in Busan. It is dubbed as the quirkiest art-filled suburb with colourful and narrow alleyways. It attracts thousands of tourists and photography enthusiasts yearly. • Yongdusan Park [INC: Busan Tower Observatory] - Busan Tower is a symbol of Busan that stands proudly 69 m above sea level at a height of 120 m. The top of the tower is modeled after the baldaquin of Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa Temple, Gyeongju.
Busan – Naju (B/L/D)
• Suncheon Drama Filming Location - This open film set is located in Jorye-dong, Suncheon. It consists of three villages each representing a different era from the 1950s to the 1970s. It has approximately 200 houses and is the largest film set in Korea. • Suncheon Ecological Park – Suncheonman Bay is thickly covered with reeds taller than a full-frown man. It is the biggest colony of reeds in Korea. The image of the entire field swaying in the wind is as dazzling as waves on the sea. • Boseong Green Tea Farm [INC: Green Tea or Ice Cream] - Daehan Dawon Tourist Plantation is an area located in Boseong, and its main specialty is green tea which originated from the mountain valleys south of Boseong. Boseong has been a tea plantation area since the days of the Japanese occupation, and with its long history come large plantations, their traditions, and highly skilled workers.
Naju - Jeonju (B/L/D)
• Damyang Metasequoia Street - Metasequoia trees were planted along the street in the early 1970s when the Ministry of Internal Affairs officially designated the road as a “boulevard.” • Damyang Juknokwon - Juknokwon in Damyang is a bamboo forest cultivated by the town of Damyang. Seonginsan Mountain behind Damyang Hyanggyo (Confucian school) was transformed into Juknokwon Bamboo Garden featuring a beautiful artificial waterfall, pavilion, walking paths and an eco-exhibition center • DIY Korean Traditional Sweets • Jeonju Hanok Village [INC: Hanbok Wearing] – There are over 800 traditional Korean ‘Hanok’ houses. It is especially beautiful for its roof curves. The roof edges being slightly raised to the sky is unique.
Jeonju - Seoul (B/L/D)
• The Independence Hall of Korea - Displays Korean historical documents and relics from past to present, mainly focusing on the independence movements of the Japanese Colonial Period to August 15, 1987. ** (Closed on every Monday, will be replaced to Oeam Folk Village. ) • Dongdaemun Market - Head over for Dongdaemun Market, one of the most popular wholesale shopping area in Seoul among Koreans and tourists alike. • 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.
• Compulsory shopping stops: Ginseng Outlet, Healthy Liver Shop, Cosmetic Duty Free • Insadong - Located in the heart of the city, Insadong is an important place where old but precious and traditional goods are on display. There is one main road in Insadong with alleys on each side. Within these alleys are galleries, traditional restaurants, teahouses and cafes. • Gwangjang Market - The Gwangjang Market is the nation’s first market and continues to thrive as a popular tourist destination today. The second floor of the market provides all of your silk, satin, and linen bed-sheet stores, which are the largest and most famous in Seoul. • Myeongdong - Enjoy more shopping sensations in Myeongdong, one of Seoul’s main shopping and tourism districts.
Seoul - Incheon Incheon Airport - Singapore (B/MOB)
• Local products & souvenir store