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20th GC Session Jeju Korea

:: Korea Mainland Tours

DURATION : 3 days 2 nights

Seoul, Korea
 

TOUR PRICE : $400 per person
  (double room)

DATE : October 911, 2007

INCLUDED:

  - 2 night at medium-class hotel   (breakfast included)
- English-speaking guide
- Transportation during the tour in   Jeju (tour bus)
- Meals as indicated
- All admission fees and local   taxes

MEMBERS PER GROUP : Max. 45 people

:: ITINERARY ::

Day 1:      

Breakfast at the hotel

Leave Jeju via Korean and Asiana airlines, and fly to Busan. Busan is the second largest city in Korea. Busan also boasts scenic visions of nature with the Nakdonggang River flowing in the west adjacent to the ocean at the south. Its landscape includes a coastline with fine beaches, scenic islets and tall mountains. In Busan we will visit:

Dongbaekdo Island: There are many islands named Dongbaekdo Island in the South Sea where dongbaek trees thrive. Among them, the Dongbaekdo Island in Busan used to be an island, but is now part of the mainland. Dongbaekdo Island is very small, and many dongbaek trees and evergreens thrive there. The island also has Dongbaek Park and a 2.5 m high statue of a mermaid near the beach which many tourists can easily visit on their way to the beach.

Haeundae Beach is probably the most famous  beach in the country. Haeundae is 1.5 km long, 30–50m wide, with an area of 58,400 m2. Haeundae Beach is also famous for the various cultural events and festivals held throughout the year. 

Lunch at a local restaurant

Travel to Gyeongju City (which has several UNESCO World Heritage sights) and visit Bulguksa Temple and Seokuram Grotto, both famous ancient Buddhist Temples.

Dinner at a local restaurant and overnight stay at Gyeongju Tourist Hotel

Day 2:

Breakfast at the hotel

Leave for Yongin and tour the Korean Folklore Village, where many features of Korean culture have been collected and preserved for future generations to see and learn. It is set in a natural environment occupying approximately 243 acres, representing various household goods from different regions.

Lunch at the village, leave for Seoul

N (new) Seoul Tower, a major tourist attraction where beautiful panoramic view of Seoul can be seen. The 236.7 m (776.5 ft) high Seoul Tower built on the 243 m (797.2 ft) Mt. Namsan has been known as the best tower in Asia.

Dinner at Sky 31 Lounge and accommodations at Hamilton Hotel

Day 3:

Breakfast at the hotel

Chongwadae (The Blue House). Chongwadae is the home to the Presidency and is used by the President on a daily basis and for receiving foreign guests. It was built in the traditional Korean architectural style.

Gyeongbok Place, established in 1395 by King Taejo and became the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty until 1910. It is the most representative remaining example of Joseon Dynasty architecture. We will also tour the National Folk Museum located inside Gyeongbok Palace, which showcases lifestyles of Korean people from the prehistoric age to modern times.

Namsangol Honok Village, a traditional Korean village. Foreigners can take pictures here, wearing traditional wedding costumes.

Lunch at a local restaurant

Namdaemun Market (South Gate Open Market), the first largest traditional market in Korea. It functions as a wholesaler and retailer of textile goods, miscellaneous goods for everyday use, industrial products such as kitchen supplies, folk artworks, local products, accessories, imported goods, groceries, agricultural and marine products as well as children's clothes, men's clothes and women's clothes at a lower than usual retail price.

Transfer to Incheon Airport.

For more detailed info, click on the link below:
Google Map: http://maps.google.com
http://www.chejuinfo.net
http://www.Jejueco.com

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