Rye 05- Seoul & West of Korea 8days/7nights

#. Price per person (Unit: USD, P/P)
Group size 2-3 4-5 6-9 10-14 (15-19) + 1F (20-29) + 1F 30 up + 1F Single charge
4 star $3,050.00 $2,050.00 $1,480.00 $1,320.00 $1,350.00 $1,260.00 $1,140.00 $560.00
5 star $3,500.00 $2,530.00 $2,180.00 $1,950.00 $1,850.00 $1,780.00 $1,650.00 $870.00

Day 1 Seoul (-/-/-)
Arrive at Incheon int’l airport
Transfer to hotel in Seoul

Day 2 Seoul (B/L/-)
Gyeongbok Palace The 40- acre Gyeongbok Palace was built in 1394, the third year of the Joseon Dynasty. Geunjungjon, the largest and most impressive building in the palace, served as a throne room and an audience hall. Gyeonghoeru, a spacious two-story pavilion, overlooks a picturesque man-made pond just northwest of the throne hall.

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National Folk Museum is in the Gyeongbok Palace complex. It explains the religious rituals, housing customs, household tools and implements, food and social dynamics of traditional Korean life.

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Insadong Alley is the place where you can experience traditional aspects of Korea. It is lined with art galleries, craft stores, antique art shops, traditional tea houses and restaurants.

Cheonggyecheon Stream used to exist merely as an overpass forgotten in 1970 until it was restored in 2005, becoming a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life.

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Day 3 Seoul/Gwangju (B/L/-)
Transfer to Suncheon – about 5 hour drive
Songgwangsa temple is located in Sinpyeong-ri, Songgwang-myeon. It is one of the Sambosachal along with Haein temple of Habcheon and Tongdo Temple of Yangsan. Jinul strived here to straighten out the incorrect religious faith and renew the tradition of Buddhism 800 hundred years ago. The temple bore 16 state monks in the past. Today, the temple is home for monks from overseas and is a place to study the Buddhist culture of Korea.Boseong is a home of large green tea field that supply 40% of the country’s green tea. Transfer to Gwangju for accommodation

Day 4 Gwangju/Jeonju (B/L/-)
Transfer to Gochang
Seonunsa temple is famous as the natural beauty and old temple. This temple is one of the two most important temple of Jogye orders of Jeollabuk-do together with Geumsansa temple. In regard to its establishment, it is said that the Zen priest Geomdan and the Most Reverend Priest Uiun built in 577. (24th year of King Wideok’s reign of Baekje Kingdom)

Transfer to Jeonj
Bibimbab is a cooked rice mixed with various greens, and has developed differently in a way to reflect on the regional special products, and it became a local special food of Jeonju.

Jeonju Hanok Village
overlaps Pungnam-dong and Gyo-dong with over 800 traditional Korea Houses called Hanok. While the rest ofd city has been industrialized, this village keeps it is old traditions.

Day 5 Jeonju/Seoul (B/L/-)
Transfer to Seoul and tour of Korean Folk Village on the way
Korean Folk Village was opened in 1974 as an open-air folk museum and international tourist attraction for both Korean and foreign visitors. It is a living museum that recreates the life styles of several centuries ago. There are typical Korea houses which show different styles of each provinces, school rooms, blacksmith forges, handicraft workshops, pottery kilns, government buildings, Yangban(upper-class) houses, and a market place where traditional foods are sold.

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Suwon Hwaseong Fortress was built in 1796 since it started construction in 1794. The fortress wall is 5.52km long, and it was designed to serve political, commercial, and military functions – World Cultural Heritage.

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Day 6 Seoul/DMZ (B/-/-)
Morning tour to DMZ
Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)
58 years have passed since the outbreak of the Korean War, and the drawing of the 155 mile cease fire line from the East Sea to the Yellow Sea has created the Demilitarized Zone. Symbolizing both war and peace, the DMZ is a place where time has come to a stop. Today, it is a heaven for rare animals, birds, and plants in one of few places where nature remains undisturbed.
After DMZ tour, free at leisure

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Day 7 Seoul (B/L/-)
Seoul Tower is the first attraction of its kind in Korea. It boasts a height of 236.7m and is an additional 243m above the sea level. Seoul Tower is equipped with 2~3 stories of observatories and two revolving restaurants with a 360-degree view on the first and fifth floors.

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Changdeokgung Palace

Used as a main palace by many Joseon kings and the best preserved among the five royal Joseon palaces. It is best known for its beautiful garden for the royal family, Huwon, or Biwon(Secret Garden) with its superb landscape with pavilions, ponds, and wooded areas.It was listed on UNESCO’s Cultural Heritage in 1995.

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Itaewon Shopping Street
is filled with about 2,000 shops selling clothes, bags, shoes, gift items, and various ethnic restaurants.

Day 8 Seoul-Incheon (B/-/-)
Transfer to Incheon int’l airport for departure

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