3 Day Western Korea TourThe Tomb of King Muryeong is an ancient burial site dating back to the Baekje period. King Muryeong was the 25th king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. The tomb was discovered in 1971 and is renowned for its well-preserved artifacts, including valuable gold crowns and jewelry.
3 Day Western Korea TourJeonju Hanok Village is a preserved area with over 800 traditional Korean hanok houses. Visitors can experience the charm of traditional Korean culture, including architecture, crafts, and cuisine.
3 Day Western Korea TourSuncheon Bay Garden is a vast, beautifully landscaped garden located near Suncheon Bay. It features various themed sections, including the Suncheon Bay Lake Garden, Marsh Garden, and Natural Ecological Garden.
3 Day Western Korea Tour
*Includes: Round trip transportation, English speaking guide, tips, all entrance & experience fees, accommodation for 2 nights, breakfast
One room per two or three people will be provided. If you wish to use a single room, extra fee will be charged ($160)
What to Expect
The Tomb of King Muryeong
Location: Gongju, South Korea.
The Tomb of King Muryeong is an ancient burial site dating back to the Baekje period. King Muryeong was the 25th king of Baekje, one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea. The tomb was discovered in 1971 and is renowned for its well-preserved artifacts, including valuable gold crowns and jewelry. The site provides insight into the cultural and historical richness of the Baekje Kingdom.
Jeonju Hanok Village
Location: Jeonju, South Korea.
Jeonju Hanok Village is a preserved area with over 800 traditional Korean hanok houses. Visitors can experience the charm of traditional Korean culture, including architecture, crafts, and cuisine. The village is known for its beautiful alleys, art galleries, and the opportunity to try Hanbok (traditional Korean clothing). It’s also a UNESCO Creative City for Gastronomy, making it a culinary hotspot.
Suncheon Bay Garden
Location: Suncheon, South Korea.
Suncheon Bay Garden is a vast, beautifully landscaped garden located near Suncheon Bay. It features various themed sections, including the Suncheon Bay Lake Garden, Marsh Garden, and Natural Ecological Garden. The garden is known for its stunning scenery, walking paths, and diverse plant life. It’s an ideal place for nature lovers and those seeking a peaceful escape.
Location: Jinju, South Korea.
Jinjuseong Fortress is a historic fortress situated on the banks of the Nam River. It played a crucial role in defending Jinju during the Japanese invasions of the late 16th century. The fortress boasts well-preserved walls, gates, and scenic views. Each year, the Jinju Lantern Festival takes place here, attracting visitors with its illuminated displays. The fortress provides a glimpse into Korea’s historical military architecture.
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Meeting and Departure
Meeting at parking lot next to Dongwha Duty Free Shop at exit number 6 of Gwanghwamun subway station at 8am
(Address : 149, Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul)
Move to Gongju
It takes 1 hour 30 minutes
The Tomb of King Muryeong (UNESCO)
The Songsan-ri Tombs and the Royal Tomb of King Muryeong (reign 501-523) contain representative relics of the Baekje period (18BC-660 AD). These tombs serve as important evidence of Baekje culture and the exchanges with foreign countries that took place during that period. They are a testament to the rich heritage of the Baekje Kingdom and its contributions to Korean history. Ongoing efforts are being made to preserve and protect these archaeological sites, enabling researchers and visitors to explore and learn from the traces of this ancient civilization.
Gongsanseong Fortress (UNESCO)
Located in Gongju-si (city), it is a mountain castle established during the Baekje dynasty. You can enjoy the breathtaking view of the Geumgang riverside. It is worth visiting for its historical and cultural significance, and also for the fantastic sight.
Move to Jeonju
It takes 1 hour.
Jeonju Hanok Village
The largest traditional hanok korean house village in Korea, with more than 700 hanoks in the Pungnam-dong area of Jeonju. It is the only hanok district that is located in the center of a city. It is an important space in the development process of Korea’s modern housing culture, which started in 1910, and is the home of about 20 cultural facilities. Located in Jeonju-si (city). It is a representative travel destination of Korea and is integrated with the style of Korea such as hanok (house), hanji (paper), hansori (song), hanbok (traditional costume), Korean food, and oriental medicine. A part of Hanok is set aside so that tourists can experience traditional Korean life at Hanok Life Experience Hall.
Enjoy a delicious meal at your hotel
Move to Gwangju
It takes 1 hour 30 minutes
May 18th National Cemetery
Gwangju is the birthplace of a modern democratic movement in Korea. Gwangju is a symbol of freedom and democracy. The cemetery holds the graves of 764 victims of the May 18th Democratic Uprising in 1980, seven structures, and many monuments. May 18th became a national day commemorating the people’s desire for democracy.
Move to Suncheon
It takes 1 hour
Suncheon Bay Garden
The Suncheon Bay Garden was established in order to turn 1.12 square kilometers of natural habitat into a conservation area. Especially, the numerous groups of tulips and royal azaleas are truly a sight to see. Besides, the canola flowers are in full bloom in May, creating a breathtakingly beautiful yellow “wave” with trees making great shades of canopy for the area. This place, which presents an awe-inspiring display as the most beautiful creation of nature by human hands, was designated as the first national garden of South Korea in 2015.
Move to Yeosu
It takes 40 minutes.
Yi Sun-Shin Plaza
Yi Sunsin Plaza is located in Jungang-dong, a romantic coastal city Yeosu-si, and it showcases the history and achievements of Admiral Yi-Sunsin. During the Japanese invasion of the Imjin Waeran War (1592-1598), Admiral Yi Sun-shin chose this site as his headquarters. As a result, the plaza exhibits numerous artifacts that pay tribute to his heroic efforts in defending the country. The indoor display, along with the hall itself, was designated as a National Treasure in 2011. Serving as the starting point for the history culture tourism belt, the plaza offers a captivating experience. The highlight of the plaza is the life-size turtle ship, which visitors can explore both from the outside and the inside.
Ramada Plaza By Wyndham Yeosu Hotel Or Similar
Check-into your hotel and have leisure time.
HOTEL : Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Yeosu or similar
Enjoy a delicious meal at your hotel
Jinjuseong Fortress is historically linked to the Imjin War with Japan in 1592 and is the site of the Battle of Jinju. It has been preserved from the Three Kingdoms, Goryeo, and Joseon periods to the present day. The fortress contains various artifacts and historic remains. Inside, you can find Chokseoknu, the Kim Shi-min Memorial, Uigisa Shrine, Seojangdae, Bukjangdae, Changyeolsa Shrine, Jinju National Museum, Hoguksa Temple, and an outdoor stage.
Move to Busan
It takes 1 hour 30 minutes.
Arrive at Gimhae domestic airport -> Depart from Gimhae domestic airport (1st floor, Ticket office of the bus) -> Drop point : Busan Train Station at around 13:00pm
*In case you need a train ticket from Busan to Seoul, please contact to us
KTX train ticket $70p/p (Busan to Seoul)
Pick up site
08:00am Dongwha Duty Free Shop at exit number 6 of Gwanghwamun subway station Address : 149 Sejong-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
*Includes: Round trip transportation, English speaking guide, tips, all entrance fees, accommodation for 2 nights, breakfast
*How to Pay for Trips
1.Payment shall be done in US Dollars to our foreign bank account.
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3.You must sign up at least 2 weeks before the trip departure date and mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for sign up and provide all the information below
-Full name(which is shown on the passport),
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***The cancellation policy***
· Group (10 people or more) Cancellation fee
4 weeks prior : 20% of tour price
4 weeks ~ 15 days prior : 30% of tour price
14 days prior ~ departure day : No refund
No show : No refund
· Individuals (fewer than 9 people) Cancellation fee
14 days ~ 8 days prior : 20% of tour price
1 week ~ 4 days prior : 50% of tour price
3 days prior ~ departure day : No refund
No show : No refund
· The tour ticket is individually delivered by email.
· The tour ticket is confirmed at least 3 days before the tour date.
· Please bring your original passport to confirm your identity. (we can not accept alien registration, written confirmation document, or copy of passport)
· Inclusive : Hotel accommodation with twin or triple room sharing with breakfast, transfer, guide and admission
· Exclusive : Travel insurance, lunch and dinner, optional tour (admission), all not mentioned above
• Reservation available until 2 weeks before tour departure.
• Above programs are based on joint Sit-in-Coach Tour guided by a bilingual speaking guide (Mainly Korean to English or other languages)
• The above tour program is operated on fixed days in the calendar with minimum 2 passengers but please contact us for a confirmed date
• It is kindly noticed that we have no responsibility for your personal incidents or lost items during all the tours.
• The size of the vehicle may vary depending on the number of the passengers on the day of departure.
• It is kindly noticed that no refunds will be made for any part of the tour that is due to personal reasons.
• Booking or changing requests have to be made at least 14 days before tour departure.
• Wi-Fi service is not provided on the coach, so please buy a SIM card or rent an Wi-Fi egg to use the Internet at the airport.
• It is difficult to exchange money in Korean money for local tourist attractions included in tours other than metropolitan cities. It is advisable to exchange money before the tour departs.
• ATMs that can withdraw foreign currency are rare in local tourist attractions, so it is advisable to withdraw money before the tour departs.
• Hotel and room type are subject to change depending on the availability of the hotel or their rooms.
• The price above is based on the use of a twin or triple room per person. If you would like a single room, a single room surcharge will apply.
• The price for children without an extra bed is 80% of the adult rate, and if an extra bed is required, the adult rate will be charged.
> For infants under the age of 24 months, the tour price is free of charge, for those aged 24 months or older and under 6 years of age, children’s price will be charged, and for those aged 6 years or older, adult price will be charged.
• Booking for an adult + one or more children (24 months old ~ under 6 years old)
> When an adult and one or more children are traveling together, the children’s fee will be charged as the adult price when using separate beds in twin and triple rooms. If the adult and the child or children share a bed in the rooms, children’s price will be charged as normal.
• Surcharge, USD50pp will be added during the high peak season.
• 2023 High Peak Season : 26 MAR, 2 APR, 30 APR, 4 JUN, 9 JUL, 16 JUL, 23 JUL, 30 JUL, 6 AUG, 13 AUG, 20 AUG, 27 AUG, 1 OCT, 29 OCT, 24 DEC, 31 DEC
• 2023 Closing Date : 22 JAN
• 2024 High Peak Season : 24MAR, 31MAR, 05MAY, 07JUL, 14JUL, 21JUL, 28JUL, 04AUG, 11AUG, 18AUG, 25AUG, 06OCT, 27OCT, 22DEC, 29DEC
• 2024 Closing Date : 11FEB, 15SEP
**What to bring
Warm jacket, gloves and extra socks, camera, cash for snacks at the Ice Tracking Festival.
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