Include Hotel accommodation with breakfast, Transfer, Guide, Admission (some attractions not included)
Exclude Travel insurance, Lunch and Dinner, Optional tour(some admission), All not mentioned above.
High Season Price+$ 100 Period: Feb27~Mar5, May1~May14, Jun5~Jun11, Jul10~Sep2, Oct2~Oct8, Dec18~Dec22
Blackout: Feb1~Feb6, Sep13~Sep15, Dec27~Jan1
Day 1 FRI
Seoul Gongju Jeonju
Meet our tour guide at the parking lot in front of Donghwa Duty Free Shop Building,Gwanghwamun,Seoul 08:00am → Depart Seoul to Gongju(130Km/1.5hours) / Visit The Tomb of King Muryeong -> Gongsanseong Fortress. Proceed to Jeonju (80Km/1 hr) to visit *Jeonju Hanok Village including about 700 traditional Korean houses called Hanok. Check-into your hotel and have leisure time.
HOTEL :Ramada Jeonju Hotel +82-63-711-9000 www.ramadajeonju.com or similar
Day 2 SAT
Jeonju Gwangju Suncheon Yeosu Jinju
Breakfast at your hotel / Transfer to Gwangju (100km / 1hr 20min), the leading city of Honam region and birthplace of a modern democratic movement in Korea. Visit * May 18th National Cemetery. Move to * Suncheon Bay Garden (Optional:$10PP) / Move to Yeosu, a port city and look around the Fish Market and sightseeing of Industrial Complex night scene. Transfer to Jinju.
HOTEL :Jinju Raon Stay +82-55*760-9000 http://www.raonstay.com or similar
Day 3 SUN
Jinju Basan Gyeongju
Breakfast at your hotel / Jinjuseong Fortress – Chokseoknu edifice historically linked to Japanese invasion in 1592. -> Move to Busan(100Km/1.5hrs) -> Arrive at Gimhae domestic airport -> Depart from Gimhae domestic airport(1st floor, Ticket office of the bus) -> Pick up customers to join us in front of Toyoko inn hotel 1, Busan Station 13:00 noon -> Transfer to Jagalchi- Fishery Market, Korea’s largest seafood market -> Haeundae Beach Tour -> Transfer to Gyeongju(100Km/1hr30min) -> Check into your hotel and leisure Time HOTEL :Gyeongju Commodore Hotel +82-54-740-8277 www.commodorehotel.co.kr or similar
Day 4 MON
Gyeongju Andong Wonju
Breakfast at your hotel / Start Gyeongju City Tour 08:00 am -> *Unesco World HeritageSeokguram Grotto (Optional : $6 PP) -> *Bulguksa Temple(UNESCO world heritage) – The beauty of the temple itself and artistic touch of the stone relics are as awesome and fascinating as to be highly praised by visitors from all over the world -> Move to Andong Hahoe Folk Village (170km/ 2hr 30min) -> Arrive at Parking lot of Hahoe Folk Village which has preserved the housing architecture and the village structure of the Joseon Dynasty. Moreover, the Village was naturally formed with people who actually live there. It has become world-famous for the visit of Queen Elizabeth II of The Great Britain. -> Depart from Parking lot of Hahoe Folk Village -> Move to Wonju(155km/ 2hrs) decorated with the Chiaksan Mountain and the Seom River that circles the area, and as the capital of Gangwon Province for 500 years during the Joseon Dynasty, it maintains rich tradition and cultural relics.-> Check into your hotel and leisure time. HOTEL : Wonju Interburgo Hotel +82-33-769-8114 wonju.inter-burgo.com/eng or similar
Day 5 TUE
Wonju Pyeongchang Mt.Sorak Seoul
Breakfast at your hotel / Transfer to Pyeongchang (95km/ 1hour 20min) -> Visit The venue of 2018 Winter Olympic Games (Ski Jumping Stadium, not Tower) -> Proceed to Mt. Seorak National Park (50km/ 1hr), Mt. Seorak National Park, the peaks of the Seoraksan Mountains break through the clouds while jade-like water flows through the valleys, creating breathtaking views and making this Korea’s most famous national park. Due to the many rare species found here, UNESCO designated this national park a Biosphere Preservation District in 1982.-> *Cable car to Gwongeumseong fortress (Optional for Shinheungsa temple & cable car :$15 PP) -> Transfer to Seoul (195km/ 4hrs) -> Arrive at Seoul 18:00PM (Drop point : Donghwa Duty Free Shop Building, at Gwanghwamun Intersection). Transfer to your hotel. “Hotel- Breakfast” ===========================================================================
*Above schedule and hotel are subject to change due to local circumstance as like weather, traffic and big events. *It may not be able to visit Mt. Seorak at high peak season(Summer & Fall) due to large crowds.