Day 01 Arrival in Seoul
Arrive at Incheon International Airport, where you will be met by our representative and transferred to your hotel.
The rest of day is free at your leisure time.
- Best Western New Seoul
- Fraser Namdaemun Seoul
- Seoul Millennium Hilton
Day 02 Seoul City (B/L)
Established by the founder of Joseon Dynasty in 1392, Seoul, the capital of the Republic of Korea has a population of more than 12,000,000 people. Seoul is a city of the incredible contrasts which, despite its immense size, make it one of the most fascinating cities in the world.. In Seoul, the new and the ancient co-exist in the perfect harmony for everyone to enjoy.
After breakfast, start a full day city tour of Seoul including Gyeongbokgung palace, Korean Folklore Museum, Jogyesa Temple, Presidential Office, Ginseng Shopping center, Namsan Hanok Village, Namdaemun Market and Seoul Tower
Day 03 Seoul – DMZ (B)
This morning, join a tour to the DMZ.
North Korea’s 3rd Infiltration Tunnel is situated within the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and 44 km away from Seoul. It was found in October, 1978, and 30,000 armed military forces with the field artillery can permeate through this tunnel per one hour.
Dora Observation Platform is located at a western front line and from here you can get a view of the North Korean territory including the Propaganda Village, People’s School and Gaeseong City, the old capital city of the Goryeo Kingdom.
After the tour, return to Seoul and you are dropped at your hotel or Lotte hotel in the city center for further exploration on own.
Day 04 Seoul – Gyeongju – Pusan (B/L)
This morning, you are met and transferred to train station and travel by KTX train to Gyeongju.
On arrival, start a full day tour of Gyeongju.
Gyeongju was once the splendid capital of the Shilla Kingdom (B.C. 57-A.D. 935), filled with the remains of the ancient Shilla Kingdom’s temples, the royal tombs, the monuments, one of the earliest astronomical observatories in Asia- Cheomseongdae, built in 647 A.D., and the crumbled remains of the palaces and the fortresses.
There is a branch (Gyeongju National Museum) of the National Museum Korea in the downtown where thousands of the items are exhibited. The two supreme treasures of Gyeongju are the Bulguksa Temple and the Seokguram Grotto, being called “The Museum Without Walls”.
Gyeongju has been designated by UNESCO as one of the world’s ten historic sites, and the Bulguksa Temple and the Seokguram Grotto were added to UNESCO’s World Heritage List in 1995.
You will visit Gyeongju National Museum, Anapji pond, Cheomseongdae Observatory, Royal Tumuli Park, Bulkuksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto.
After sightseeing, transfer to Busan and on arrival, check into your hotel.
- Busan Toyoko Inn
- Grand Hotel Pusan
- Busan Paradise Hotel
Day 05 Busan (B)
Busan is the second largest city and the principal port of Korea, with more than 4 million inhabitants.
Thanks to its geographically an excellent natural harbor, Busan has been an important trade center for fishing and some other industries. The major attractions of Busan are UN Memorial Cemetery, Busan Tower and Jagalchi Fishery Market and Haeundae Beach.
Your Busan morning tour will include visit to APEC Nurimaru, Dalmaji, Yonggungsa Temple, Gwangan Bridge, Jagalchi Fish Market, Yongdusan Park and Gukjae Market.
Afternoon is at leisure or just relax on the Haeundae Beach.
Day 06 Busan Departure (B)
After breakfast, check-out the hotel.
You are transferred to the airport for onward flight, or alternatively, you can take KIX train back to Seoul.
- For min of 6 pax: $1375
- For 4-5 pax: $1495
- For 2-3 pax: $1725
- For min of 6 pax: $1575
- For 4-5 pax: $1695
- For 2-3 pax: $1925
- For min of 6 pax: $2275
- For 4-5 pax: $2450
- For 2-3 pax: $2650
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