From USD 780
Grasp the real image of Korea during this 4-day, 3-night, exploration of the cuisine, history, and scenery of the country’s western region. Sip tea with a Buddhist monk in a centuries-old temple, visit the Hanok village with over 800 traditional Korean houses and stroll through tranquil forests and marshes. Explore Korea's breathtaking natural beauty and intriguing spiritual history during 4 days spent discovering the country with a knowledgeable guide.
* Visiting: Gongju, Daejeon, Jeonju, Jinan, Gwangju, Boseong, Sunchoen, Yeosu, Jinju
* 100% Guaranteed Departure from Seoul- minimum 1 person
* All-Inclusive Escorted Tour (English-Speaking Tour Guide)
* No Gratuities & No Shopping
* Pick-up at any hotel in Seoul
Western Korea 4days (Saturday Departure)
Day 01 (Sat) Seoul - Gongju - Daejeon (L/D) *B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner
Pick up from your hotel in Seoul by our driver and transfer for group departure. Our guide will greet you with “Discover Korea Tour” sign.
Leave for Gongju, the ancient capital of Baekje Kingdom. Experience the tea ceremony with a Buddhist monk at Magoksa Temple, a representative temple surrounded by a mountain and rivers in Chungcheongnam-do Province. Next, visit Tomb of Muryeong King with the wall painting drawn on the number six tomb. Then continue to move on to Gongsanseong Fortress, a mountain castle which was established during the Baekje Period. You will enjoy archery experience there. Lunch & dinner will be served at local restaurant en route.
Acc. 4 star hotel (*Inter City Hotel[4star] is the first option)
Day 02 (Sun) Daejeon - Jeonju - Jinan - Gwangju (B/L/D)
Today’s journey takes you to Jeonju and visit Jeonju Hanok Village with over 800 traditional Korea houses. After Jeonju Bibimbab lunch at local restaurant, visit Tapsa Temple in Jinan, famous for the over 80 stone pagodas built by Lee Gapyong, a retired scholar. Then leave for Gwangju for overnight. Lunch & dinner will be served at local restaurant en route.
Acc. 4-5 star hotel (*Holiday Inn Gwangju[5star] is the first option.)
Day 03 (Mon) Gwangju - Boseong - Suncheon - Yeosu (B/L/D)
This morning, visit Boseong Green Tea Plantation that is very beautiful, full of green tea fields and cedar trees. You will also have a chance to taste Boseong Green Tea. Next, visit Naganeupseong Folk Village where you can observe the daily dwellings indigenous to the south provincial area. Then explore Suncheonman Bay, thickly covered with reeds taller than a full-grown man and then stop by Yongsan Observatory to see the bay's beautiful view. Lunch & dinner will be served at local restaurant en route.
Acc. 4-5 star hotel (*Hidden Bay Hotel[5star] is the first option.)
Day 04 (Tue) Yeosu - Jinju - Seoul (B/L)
Today, take Yeosu Cable Car offering the safe yet thrilling experience with the gondola to operate over seawater. Enjoy the scenery of downtown Yeosu and the archipelago around the old seaport. Next, visit Jinjuseong Fortress which is historically linked to the Japanese invasion in 1592. After lunch at local restaurant, return to Seoul and drop off at Lotte Seoul hotel around 18:00. End of service.
*The above itinerary is subject to change according to local circumstances.
*This is a join-in group tour. Please be advised that people from all over the world may join this tour.
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◆ Double or Triple Sharing: USD780p/p
◆ Single room use: USD1,020p/p
◆ Child(2 to 11yr) Price: USD624p/p
based on sharing a room with two adults.
If a child stay in a room with 1adult,
the child price is not applicable
and the adult price apply to all travelers.
- 3 nights of accommodation at 4-5star hotel
- Transportation by mini van(1~4pax)
or Small-sized bus(5~9pax)
or Medium-sized bus(10~17pax)
or Large-sized bus(from 18pax)
- All entrance fee
- English speaking tour guide
- Daily breakfasts at hotels
- lunches & dinners at local restaurants