Exploring Korea’s Treasures: A Journey of Tradition
Seoul | Gongju | Jeonju |Gwangju |Gyeongju | Andong |Pyeongchang |Sokcho
Suitable for families
Priced From $1,259 per person, double occupancy
Motor Coach Program
A Journey Of Traditions
7 nights hotel accommodation
Immerse in the spiritual ambiance of Jogyesa Temple, experiencing Korean Buddhism firsthand.
Explore the grandeur of Gyeongbokgung Palace and witness the captivating Royal Guard Changing Ceremony.
Gain insights into Korean daily life at the National Folk Museum within the palace complex.
Ascend Namsan Seoul Tower for a breathtaking panoramic view of the city’s skyline.
Discover the historical significance of the Tomb of King Muryeong and Gongsanseong Fortress in Gongju.
Step back in time at Jeonju Hanok Village, Korea’s largest traditional hanok house village.
Reflect on the significance of Gwangju’s May 18th National Cemetery, a symbol of freedom and democracy.
Explore the natural beauty of Suncheon Bay Garden and unwind by the serene Hyangho Beach in Gangneung.
Marvel at the architectural and cultural treasures of Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Buddhist Temple (UNESCO sites).
Visit to the Venue of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, capturing the essence of modern Korea.
Day By Day Itinerary
Welcome to Incheon International Airport. Check in to your comfortable accommodation to relax. Remainder of the day is at leisure to unwind and prepare for the exciting days ahead.
The day begins with a hearty breakfast at the hotel, setting the tone for a day of cultural exploration. Participants will immerse themselves in the spiritual ambiance of Jogyesa Temple, experiencing the heart of Korean Buddhism. A visit to Gyeongbokgung Palace unveils the grandeur of Korea’s history, accompanied by the captivating Royal Guard Changing Ceremony. The National Folk Museum provides insights into Korean daily life, while the iconic Namsan Seoul Tower offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the city.
After a satisfying breakfast, participants delve into history at Jinjuseong Fortress, a site linked to the Imjin War. The journey then moves to Busan, where Jagalchi Market and BIFF Square offer a vibrant blend of seafood culture and film heritage. Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park provide a scenic retreat, while the day concludes with a transition to Gyeongju, an ancient city renowned for its cultural treasures.
Morning sunlight heralds exploration of Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Buddhist Temple, both UNESCO treasures showcasing Silla Dynasty artistry. Andong Hahoe Village presents participants with an authentic glimpse into traditional Korean village life. As the day comes to a close, participants find rest and comfort at RAMADA Hotel PyeongChang.
The day commences with the marvels of the Venue of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games, followed by a journey to Sokcho. The beauty of Gangneung Hyangho Beach and the majestic Seoraksan National Park further enrich the journey. Amidst diverse landscapes and cultural gems, participants are treated to a myriad of experiences that celebrate Korea’s multifaceted nature.
As the final day dawns, participants savor their last breakfast in Korea, reflecting on the memories created during the program. With check-out from the hotel, participants make their way to Incheon Airport for their return journey. The journey concludes, leaving participants with a deeper appreciation for this fascinating country.
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