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Hotel Reservation

Reservation must be made through the official website to get the special hotel rates. Please click the Online Hotel Reservation below
to book your hotel.
If you would like to make a group reservation or have any inquiries regarding hotel reservations, please contact the housing bureau
by e-mail at hoteltour@ifscc2017.com

Official Conference Hotels

Hotel Room Type Room Rates
(KRW)
Breakfast
(KRW)
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Grand InterContinental
Seoul Parnas
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Deluxe
(Single Occupancy)
260,000 30,000 21% Venue
Hotel
Deluxe
(Double Occupancy)
290,000
Junior Suite
(Single Occupancy)
300,000
Junior Suite
(Double Occupancy)
330,000
Club Deluxe
(Single Occupancy)
350,000 Included
Club Deluxe
(Double Occupancy)
370,000 30,000
2 Ibis Styles Ambassador
Seoul Gangnam
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Standard
(Single Occupancy)
125,000 15,000 10% 10 min
on foot
Standard
(Double Occupancy)
125,000
3 Hotel PEYTO Samseong
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Superior Single
(Single Occupancy)
Sold Out
100,000 16,000 10% 5 min
on foot
Deluxe Double
(Single or Double Occupancy)
140,000
Deluxe Twin
(Single or Double Occupancy)
140,000
Urban Double
(Single or Double Occupancy)
150,000

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InterContinental Seoul COEX

Address

524, Bongeunsa-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel +82-2-3452-2500
Fax +82-2-3430-8000
Homepage http://www.iccoex.com/
Check in/out time Check in - after 15 :00 / Check out – before 12:00
Transportation
(Airport to Hotel)
Incheon International Airport
• KAL Limousine Bus
- Bus Stop No.: 4B, 11A / Fare : KRW 16,000
- Bus stop: COEX InterContinental Seoul
- Traveling time: 80 min. / Interval: 30 min.
• Subway
- Line #2 at the Samsung Station, Exit #5 or #6 (10min. walk)
• Taxi:
- Approx. KRW 80,000 ~ 90,000
Room Amenities Smart Phone, Voice Message, In-room safety box, Coffee/tea in the room, Hair dryer, Complimentary toiletries(Agraria), Separate shower booth in the bathroom, European-style bidet
Hotel Facilities Gym, health care room, indoor swimming pool, sauna, aerobic studio, indoor golf drive range, outdoor spa, outdoor terrace, business lounge(only for the members), fitness club lounge and other facilities(hair salon, sleeping room, powder room and lockers).
Hotel ↔ Venue 2 minutes on foot (Connected to COEX)
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Grand InterContinental Seoul Parnas

Address

521, Teheran-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel +82-2-555-5656
Fax +82-2-559-7990
Homepage http://www.grandicparnas.com/
Check in/out time Check in - after 15 :00 / Check out – before 12:00
Transportation
(Airport to Hotel)
Incheon International Airport
• KAL Limousine Bus
- Bus Stop No.: 4B, 11A / Fare : KRW 16,000
- Bus stop: Grand Intercontinental Seoul Parnas
- Traveling time: 80 min. / Interval: 30 min.
• Subway
- Line #2 at the Samsung Station, Exit #5 or #6 (10min. walk)
• Taxi:
- Approx. KRW 80,000 ~ 90,000
Room Amenities TV, Satellite Broadcasting, Internet, Refrigerator, Telephone,
Desk lamp, Hair Dryer, Shampoo, Rinse, Slippers, Mini bar
Hotel Facilities Restaurants & Bar, Lounge, Health Club, Business Center,
Banquet & Meeting Room
Hotel ↔ Venue Venue Hotel
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Ibis Styles Ambassador Seoul Gangnam

Address

893-1 Deachi-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel +82-2-3454-1101
Fax +82-2-3454-1946
Homepage https://ibis.ambatelen.com/gangnam/main.amb
Check in/out time Check in - after 12:00 / Check out – before 12:00
Transportation
(Airport to Hotel)
Incheon International Airport
• Limousine Bus
- Bus Stop No. : 4B or 11A @ICN Airport
- Bus No. : 6103 / Fare : KRW 16,000
- Bus stop: Samsung Station (10min. walk)
- Traveling time: 70~80 min. / Interval: 30 min.
• Subway
- Line #2 at the Samsung Station, Exit #5 or #6 (10min. walk)
• Taxi:
- Approx. KRW 80,000 ~ 90,000
Room Amenities TV, Pay TV, Internet, Refrigerator, Telephone, Desk Lamp,
Hair Dryer, Soap, Shampoo, Bath towel, Towel, pajamas
Hotel Facilities Restaurant and Bar, Business center, Fitness
Hotel ↔ Venue 10 minutes on foot
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Hotel PEYTO Samseong

Address

9, Teheran-ro 87-gil, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 06169, Korea
Tel +82-2-6936-8100
Fax +82-2-6936-8200
Homepage http://www.peytohotel.com/Samseong/view/index.do
Check in/out time Check in - after 15 :00 / Check out – before 12:00
Transportation
(Airport to Hotel)
Incheon International Airport
• Limousine Bus
- Bus Stop No. : 4A or 10B @ICN Airport
- Bus No. : 6103 / Bus Fare : KRW 16,000 / Adult
- Travel Time : Approx. 65 mins
(To City Airport Terminal / 3 mins walking distance)
• Subway
- Line #2 at Samseong Station, Exit #5 (3 mins. Walk)
• Taxi:
- Approx. KRW 60,000 ~ 80,000
Room Amenities 40-inch LCD TV, Down Feather Duvet, French Connection
Amenities, Work Desk with Adjustable Lamp, Tea Table and
Lounge Chairs, Complimentary Mineral Water, Mini-bar, Free Wired and Wireless High Speed, Internet Access, Individual temperature
control system (heating and air-conditioning), Hairdryer, Bathrobe,
Slippers, In-Room Safe
Hotel Facilities BREAKFAST(PO:Z KITCHEN & BAR): 7:00-10:00 on weekdays
Business Center with Free Internet Services
Fitness Center Hours: 6:00 – Midnight
Meeting Room (Pre-reservation Required / Max. 20 pax)
Hotel ↔ Venue 5 minutes on foot
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Seoul Residence

Address

708-16, Yeoksam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Tel +82-2-6202-3100
Fax +82-2-6202-3114
Homepage http://www.seoulresidence.co.kr/
Check in/out time Check in - after 14 :00 / Check out – before 12:00
Transportation
(Airport to Hotel)
Incheon International Airport
• KAL Limousine Bus
- Bus No. : 10B / Fare : KRW 13,000
- Bus stop: Samsung Station
- Traveling time: 60~70 min. / Interval: 5~10 min.
• Subway
- Line #2 at the Samsung Station, Exit #5 or #6 (10min. walk)
• Taxi:
- Approx. KRW 80,000 ~ 90,000
Room Amenities TV, Internet, Refrigerator, Telephone, Iron, Mini kitchen, Hairdryer, Microwave, Toaster, Coffee pot, Shower booth only
Hotel Facilities Restaurant and Bar, Business center, Fitness
Hotel ↔ Venue 1 station away by subway
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HD-1 UNESCO World Cultural Heritages

  • Tour dates & time : October 26 (Thu) / 09:00-13:00
  • Price : KRW 69,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Changdeok Palace, Insadong Alley, Jongmyo Shrine
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee
Changdeok Palace

Changdeokgung, also known as Changdeokgung Palace or Changdeok Palace, is set within a large park in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the "Five Grand Palaces" built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty. Because of its location east of Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeokgung, with Changgyeonggung, is also referred to as the East Palace. The literal meaning of Changdeokgung is "Palace of Prospering Virtue". Changdeokgung was the most favored palace of many princes of the Joseon Dynasty and retained many elements dating from the Three Kingdoms of Korea period that were not incorporated in the more contemporary Gyeongbokgung. One such element is the fact that the buildings of Changdeokgung blend with the topography of the site instead of imposing upon nature.
Insadong

Insa-dong Street is one of the most memorable attractions in Seoul and represents the focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts. Stores in Insa-dong specialize in a wide variety of goods that can only be purchased or appreciated in Korea: hanbok (traditional clothing), hanji (traditional paper), traditional teas, pottery, and folk crafts.
Jongmyo Shrine

Jongmyo Shrine was a primary place of worship for kings throughout Joseon Dynasty. The memorial service, called Jongmyo Jaerye, is said to be the oldest complete ceremony in the world, and was carried out in obedience to the king’s order. The ceremony was designated as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site in December 9, 1995, for its well-preserved ancient customs, such as memorial services and traditional music, which is Important Intangible Cultural Asset No.56. During the Joseon Dynasty, it was held when the season changes and the twelfth month of the lunar year, but was stopped during the Japanese colonial period. Now, it is annually reenacted on the first Sunday of May. Jongmyo Jaeryeak, the musical part of the ceremony, is produced by instruments, songs, and dances that originated over 500 years ago. In May, the Korean Royal Palace Culture Festival is to be held with a variety of other cultural heritage festivals.
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HD-2 Experience Traditional Korean Life

  • Tour dates & time : October 26 (Thu) / 09:00-13:00
  • Price : KRW 125,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites: Experience a Traditional Tea Ceremony, Try on Hanbok & Manners Lesson, Folk Drawing on a Woodblock Print, Buchimgae Cooking
  • Including: Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee
Tea Ceremony (Dado)

"Dado” means the etiquette of drinking tea. For a long time in Korea, tea has been used to provide not just refreshment but has been used to dispel muddled thoughts and induce self-discipline for those that were studying or meditating. Dado is a simple method of making good tea. our ancestors developed dado into an art. Dado involves using the correct type of heat source, boiling the water, making and of course drinking the tea. Arrange the tea table. Fill a large bowl with hot water. This bowl will be used to warm the tea pot first and then the cups, after which it is poured back into the large bowl. The water used to warm the cups is thrown away while the tea is allowed to brew in the pot.
Folk paintings

Folk paintings are comprised of "functional" pictures widely used by commoners during the late Joseon Dynasty to decorate their homes or to express their wishes for a long, happy life. Folk paintings, normally unsigned, often depict landscapes, flowers and birds, but abound with humor and simple but naive ideas about life and the world.
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HPM-1 Royal Relics

  • Tour dates & time : October 22 (Sun), 23 (Mon), 24 (Tue) / 13:00-17:00
  • Price : KRW 68,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Pass by the Presidential Blue House, Gyeongbok Palace, National Folk Museum, Namsan Hanok Village
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee
Presidential Blue House

The symbol of Cheongwadae (known to westerners as the Blue House or the presidential residence), is the blue tiles. The first thing that catches your eye when you arrive at Cheongwadae is the blue tiles of the main building. The blue tiles and the smooth roof are in beautiful harmony with Mt. Bugaksan behind it. As the Blue House represents Korea, the blue tiles and the smooth curve of the roof represents the beauty of Korea.
Gyeongbok Palace

Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, is a royal palace located in northern Seoul, South Korea. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 1867, it was the main and largest palace of the Five Grand Palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty. The name of the palace, Gyeongbokgung, translates in English as "Palace of Shining Happiness". Nearly destroyed by the Japanese government in the early 20th century, the palace complex is slowly being restored to its original form prior the destruction. As of 2009, roughly 40 percent of the original number of palace buildings still stand or are being reconstructed.
Namsan Hanok Village

This village has five restored traditional Korean houses and a pavilion, a pond and a time capsule, which make it a perfect spot to take a walk. When you enter the front gate, you will see the vast valley and the Chunugak building to the left of the pond. Along with the pond, it is a splendid place where performances are held. On the side you will see five traditional houses. These houses were rebuilt after the traditional houses of Joseon Dynasty and belong to those of various social classes, ranking from peasants to the king. The furniture in the house is situated to help guests understand the daily life of the past, and the clean, traditional houses and their antique items provide a great photo op. There is also a time capsule commemorating Seoul’s 600 Year Anniversary that was buried in 1994 and is scheduled to be reopened four hundred years later in 2394.
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HD-4-1 Gangnam Attractions 1

  • Tour Dates : June 21 (Wed), June 22 (Thu), June 23 (Fri), June 24 (Sat), June 25 (Sun)
  • Price : KRW 70,000 per person
  • Minimum Person : 6
  • Including : English Speaking Guide Assistance, Polaroid(2 photos), All Admission Fee
Bongeunsa Temple

Once known as Gyeonseongsa Temple, Bongeunsa Temple is located to the north of COEX building, and was constructed in the 10th year of Shilla King Weongseong’s reign (794). In 1498, Queen Jeonghyeon refurbished Gyeonseongsa Temple at the east of King Seongjong’s royal mausoleum and renamed the temple as Bongeunsa. Originally located near the royal maulsoleum (1km southwest), the temple was transferred to its current location during Joseon King Myeongjong’s reign. 3,479 Buddhist scriptures of 13 types, including the works of Kim Jeong-hee, are stored here. The Buddhist ceremony called Jeongdaebulsa, is held every September 9th of the lunar calendar, where monks march carrying the scriptures on their heads and recite the Beopseongge (Buddhist rites)
SM TOWN Coex Artium

S.M. Entertainment has officially opened its multi-purpose cultural space, SMTOWN at COEX Artium, on January 14, 2015. SMTOWN at COEX Artium is composed of SMTOWN STUDIO, a virtual space offering visitors a glimpse into the real educational experience of SM artists, SMTOWN LIVErary CAFÉ, and SMTOWN THEATRE, featuring a large-scale Panavision screen where visitors can enjoy a mix of holographic and live performances.
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HPM-2 Gangnam Attractions

  • Tour dates & time : October 22 (Sun), 23 (Mon), 24 (Tue) / 13:00-17:00
  • Price : KRW 155,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Bongeunsa Temple, SMTOWN Coex Artium (K-pop Entertainment Company)
  • Including : English Speaking Guide Assistance, 1:1 Dance Training, All Admission Fee
Bongeunsa Temple

Once known as Gyeonseongsa Temple, Bongeunsa Temple is located to the north of COEX building, and was constructed in the 10th year of Shilla King Weongseong’s reign (794). In 1498, Queen Jeonghyeon refurbished Gyeonseongsa Temple at the east of King Seongjong’s royal mausoleum and renamed the temple as Bongeunsa. Originally located near the royal maulsoleum (1km southwest), the temple was transferred to its current location during Joseon King Myeongjong’s reign. 3,479 Buddhist scriptures of 13 types, including the works of Kim Jeong-hee, are stored here. The Buddhist ceremony called Jeongdaebulsa, is held every September 9th of the lunar calendar, where monks march carrying the scriptures on their heads and recite the Beopseongge (Buddhist rites)
SM TOWN Coex Artium

S.M. Entertainment has officially opened its multi-purpose cultural space, SMTOWN at COEX Artium, on January 14, 2015. SMTOWN at COEX Artium is composed of SMTOWN STUDIO, a virtual space offering visitors a glimpse into the real educational experience of SM artists, SMTOWN LIVErary CAFÉ, and SMTOWN THEATRE, featuring a large-scale Panavision screen where visitors can enjoy a mix of holographic and live performances.
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HPM-3 Shopping Markets & Streets

  • Tour dates & time : October 22 (Sun), 23 (Mon), 24 (Tue) / 13:00-17:00
  • Price : KRW 65,000 per person
  • Min. Perso n: 6
  • Tour sites : Myeong-dong, Namdaemun Market, Itaewon
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee
Myeong-dong

Myeong-dong (명동) is one of the primary shopping districts in Seoul. The two main drags meet in the center of the block with one beginning from Myeong-dong Subway Station (Seoul Subway Line No. 4) and the other from Lotte Department Store at Euljiro. Many brand name shops and department stores line the streets and alleys. Common products for sale include clothes, shoes, and accessories. Unlike Namdaemun or Dongdaemun, many designer brands are sold in Myeong-dong. In addition, several major department stores include Lotte Department Store, Shinsegae Department Store, Myeong-dong Migliore, Noon Square and M Plaza. The department stores carry many premium labels and other fashionable goods at reasonable prices.
Namdaemun Market

Opened in 1964, Namdaemun Market is the first largest traditional market in Korea with various goods in store such as children’s, men’s and women’s wear. The displayed goods are sold at a reasonable price and it also functions as a wholesale market. Most of the goods are produced directly from shopkeepers. At daybreak, the site of busy Koreans creates a unique scene in the market where it is becoming a worldwide tourist attraction. With specialized stores grouping together and with the entrance of successful wholesale apparel stores from Dongdaemun, Namdaemun Market today is going through constant changes.
Itaewon

Itaewon Street is the most exotic place in Seoul to spend a day of shopping, dining, and hanging out. Itaewon holds a long history in its making and is the first place most tourists want to visit in Korea. After the U.S. set up a military base in Korea during the 1970s, many foreigners stationed at the base settled near the Itaewon area, naturally developing the region into a shopping district catering to foreigners. Later, the existence of Itaewon became known worldwide after the widely publicized 1986 Asian Games and the 1988 Seoul Olympics. In 1997, Itaewon was finally designated as an official tourist zone.
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HPM-4 Enjoy Hanlyu Wave

  • Tour dates & time : October 22 (Sun), 23 (Mon), 25 (Wed) / 13:00-17:00
  • Price : KRW 109,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : K-STYLE Hub, Bulgogi Making
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee
K-STYLE Hub

K-Style Hub has the information to meet all tourists' needs, from a tourist information center to a hallyu experience, hansik exhibition and experience hall, medical tourism information and more. Expounding upon the center of just providing information, K-Style Hub also aims to provide various chances to learn about Korean culture and food, as well as easily participate in traditional experiences.
Bulgogi Making

Bulgogi is a one of Korean traditional food which served with beef and various vegetables with soy sauce. It is very famous in foreigners who visit Korea, they eat this at least once and be satisfied with its taste. Bulgogi is prepared by marinating thin slices of beef before grilling them. In the past, the royal court and yangban (nobles) in Seoul called it neobiani, meaning “wide meat slices.” Traditional grilled meat dishes in Korea originated from a dish called maekjeok. Maek was the name of the northeast region of China, and is also a reference to Goguryeo, one of the earliest Korean kingdoms. Maekjeok is made with barbecued beef skewers, and according to folklore, evolved into present-day bulgogi through the introduction of grills, which made skewers obsolete.
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FD-1 Nami Island

  • Tour Dates : June 21 (Wed), June 22 (Thu), June 23 (Fri), June 24 (Sat), June 25 (Sun)
  • Price : KRW 129,000 per person
  • Minimum Person : 6
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee, Meal (Lunch)
Nami Island

Nami Island is 63 km away from Seoul in the direction of Chuncheon' and is famous for its beautiful tree lined roads. The island is 30 minutes away from Chuncheon and an hour away from suburbs of Seoul. Since it is not far from Seoul' many couples and families come to visit.
Petit France

A 150-year-old residence has been brought here all the way from France and there is a gallery showing the works of Saint Exupery, as well as the Orgel House, which features beautiful antique music boxes. A variety of exhibitions and hands-on activities are available all year-round and there are also accommodation facilities. This is one of the only places in Korea to experience French culture, and a trip here can also be combined with a visit to Namiseom Island and Homyeong Lake nearby.
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FD-2 Korean Folk Village

  • Tour dates & time : October 23 (Mon)/ 09:00-17:00
  • Price : KRW 127,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, Archery, Korean Folk Village
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee, Meal (Lunch)
Suwon Hwaseong Fortress

Hwaseong Fortress is an impressive structure from the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) and the official fortress of Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do. The fortress (constructed from 1794 to 1796) was built as a show of the King’s filial piety towards his father Jangheonseja and to build a new pioneer city with its own economic power. The fortress wall stretches for a total of 5.52km and has a great variety of military facilities that’s hard to find anywhere else. Four gates face each of the cardinal directions—Janganmun (north), Paldalmun (south), Changnyongmun (east), and Hwaseomun (west)—and the seven-arch style Sumun gates straddle the point where the nearby stream reaches the palace.
Korean Folk Village

Set in a natural environment occupying approximately 243 acres, visitors can experience the natural atmosphere with over 260 traditional houses reminiscent of the late Joseon Dynasty, including various household goods from different regions. All these features have been relocated and restored to provide visitors with a broad understanding of Korean food, clothing, and housing style of the past. About twenty workshops, various handicrafts such as pottery, baskets, winnows, bamboo wares, wooden wares, paper, brass wares, knots, fans, musical instruments, iron wares and embroidery are practiced. In the Korean Folk Village, where the customs and lifestyles of the past generations have been carefully preserved, various lifestyles prevalent during the Joseon Dynasty can be seen.
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FD-1 Demiliterized Zone (DMZ)

  • Tour dates & time : October 24 (Tue), 25 (Wed), 26 (Thu) / 08:00-16:30
  • Price : KRW 125,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Imjingak Park, The Bridge of Freedom, The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, Dora Observatory, Dorasan Station, Pass by Unification Village, Paju Heyri Art Village
  • Including : English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee, Meal (Lunch) Passport is needed on the tour day.
Imjingak

Imjingak located 7 km from the Military Demarcation Line, is now at the forefront of tourism related to the Korean Conflict. It was built in 1972 with the hope that someday unification would be possible. Three-storied Imjingak is surrounded by several Monuments, Unification Park and North Korea Center. 400 kinds of photos and documents showing the stark reality of North Korea are displayed in the North Korea Center of Unification Board. Outside Imjingak, there are 12 kinds of tanks and crafts on display that were used during the Korean Conflict. Mangbaedan, which stands opposite of Imjingak, is famous for the place where people from North Korea visit and perform ancestral rites by bowing toward their hometown every New Years Day and Chuseok. The Bridge of the Freedom, South Koreans crossed when they came back to their mother country from North Korea, stands behind Mangbaedan.
The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel

The 3rd tunnel was discovered on October 17, 1978. It is located 52km from Seoul. Approximately 10,000 soldiers can move through this tunnel in 1 hour. When this tunnel was discovered, North Koreans insisted steadfastly that it was made by South Koreans to invade North Korea, but this proved to be false.
Dora Observatory

You can view a part of North Korean life from this observation platform, the nearest point to North Korea from South Korea. This 304 sq. ft., 500 capacity observation platform was constructed following the closing of Mt. songak OP. It is located at Mt. Tora in Kunne-myun. Paju-si.
Paju Heyri Village

Heyri heads for the art village that communicates the culture with the variety genre in the one space. At first, this village was designed as ‘the book village' linked Paju Publishing Town in 1997. But in the processing of the project, lots of artists in various cultural fields joined it. And the concept of the village was expanded to 'cultural art village'.
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FD-2 Korean Folk Village

  • Tour dates & time : October 23 (Mon)/ 09:00-17:00
  • Price : KRW 127,000 per person
  • Min. Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, Archery, Korean Folk Village
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee, Meal (Lunch)
Gwanghwamun Square

On August 1st, 2009, the redesigned Gwanghwamun Square opened to the public. With the inauguration of the square, Sejong-ro, located at the center of the 600-year-old historic city of Seoul, was transformed into a human-centered space that harmonizes with the beautiful scenery of Gyeongbokgung Palace and Bukaksan Mountain. The close to 20,000m2 Gwanghwamun Square is located at the center of Sejong-ro which connects Gwanghwamun Gate and Cheonggye Square. The square is divided into the sections, “Recovering the History of Gwanghwamun Gate Plaza,” “Reenacting Yukjo Street Plaza,” “Korea Main Plaza,” “Civil Participation Urban Culture Plaza,” “Downtown Plaza” and “Cheonggyecheon Stream Connector.”
NANTA

NANTA means figuratively reckless punching as in a slugfest at a boxing match. The NANTA is a non-verbal performance of reckless rhythms that dramatize customary Korean percussion in a strikingly comedic stage show. Integrating uniquely Korean traditional tempos with a western performance style, NANTA storms on stage into a huge kitchen where four capricious cooks are preparing a wedding banquet. The NANTA is a non-verbal performance of reckless rhythms that dramatize customary Korean percussion in a strikingly comedic stage show. Integrating uniquely Korean traditional tempos with a western performance.
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NT-1 Korean Traditional Performance

  • Tour date & time : October 24 (Tue) / 18:00-22:00
  • Price : KRW 99,000 per person
  • Minimum Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Korea House (Folk Performance), Insadong Alley
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Fee
Korea House

KOREA Sim Cheong: Listening to traditional Korean sounds A new venue for traditional Korean performing arts has been created by fusing Korea's best classical novel ‘The Story of Sim Cheong’ and media art! The art troupe and production team of the Korea Cultural Heritage Foundation, which has devoted itself to the preservation of traditional Korean art performances for the past thirty-six years, is proud to present a new performance.
Insadong

Insa-dong Street is one of the most memorable attractions in Seoul and represents the focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts. Stores in Insa-dong specialize in a wide variety of goods that can only be purchased or appreciated in Korea: hanbok (traditional clothing), hanji (traditional paper), traditional teas, pottery, and folk crafts.
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NT-2 Han River Cruise & N Seoul Tower

  • Tour date & time : October 24 (Tue) / 18:00-22:00
  • Price : KRW 95,000 per person
  • Minimum Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Han River Cruise, N Seoul Tower
  • Including : Transportation, English Speaking Guide Assistance, All Admission Feeion Fee
Han River Cruise

A boat cruise along the Han River is one of the best ways to view Seoul's river front areas. Several boats ply the waters of the Han, making 1-way and round-trip tours. In addition to the regularly scheduled tours, the boats can be chartered for special occassions and parties.
N Seoul Tower

Seoul Tower was remodelled in 2005 and it opened to the public again on the 9th of December 2005, with the name of N Seoul Tower (N stands for new). The new tower has a new lighting system that makes the tower spectacular at night; new facilities such as restaurants, shops, cafés; a lobby with a media zone where films and music videos are shown for free; two pavilions, one for exhibitions and the other for performances; two observatories, the new digital observatory with new state of the art digital telescopes and the classic analogue observatory; a new revolving western style restaurant called N Grill on the top floor.
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Pre/Post-1 Busan & Gyeongju

  • Price : KRW 630,000 per person
  • Minimum Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Dongbaekseom Island, Beomeosa Temple, Gyeongju National Folk Museum, Anapji pond, Seokguram Grotto, Bulguksa Tem
  • Including : English Speaking Driving Guide, Accommodation (with breakfast), Meals (Lunch and dinner), All Admission Fee, Toll and parking Fee
Dongbaekseom Island

Dongbaekseom Island (Island of Camellias) is an island located off one end of Busan's famous Haeundae Beach. Though the years of sedimentation have connected the island to the mainland, Dongbaekseom was originally an island and is still referred to as one. Dongbaekseom is easy to navigate thanks to the walking path that is built around it. The island has several different points of attraction, including the monument inscribed with a poem of scholar Choi Chi-won, the mermaid statue based on the legend of Princess Hwagok, and the Nurimaru APEC House. It also offers fantastic views of the Busan shoreline towards Mipo, Dalmaji Hill, Gwangangdaegyo Bridge, and Oryukdo Island. As the name suggests, camellias burst into bloom everywhere on the island from winter to spring.
Beomeosa Temple

Beomeosa Temple is located at the edge of a famous mountain in Busan, Mt.Geumjeongsan. About 1,300 years ago it was constructed by monk Ui Sang in the 18th year (678) of King Munmu (reign 661~681) of the Silla Kingdom (the kingdom mainly occupied the Gyeongsang-do Province region in 678A.D.). In the geography book 'Donggukyeojiseungram' the origin of Beomeosa Temple is written as follows: "There is a well on the top of Mt. Geumjeongsan and the water of that well is gold. The golden fish in the well rode the colorful clouds and came down from the sky. This is why the mountain is named Geumsaem (gold well) and the temple is named 'fish from heaven'." The original Beomeosa Temple building was lost during Imjinwaeran Invasion (Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592) but was renovated in 1713, which remains as it now is. Daeungjeon is one of the most delicate and luxurious architectures of the Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910). There is Iljumun, the three-story pagoda with four pillars, built in the 9th century, and seven royal palace wings, pavilions, three gates, and eleven hermitages. Designated as a natural monument, the wisteria woods and valleys are most beautiful in May.
Gyeongju National Folk Museum

Gyeongju National Museum rests deep in tradition, with a history of about 90 years. Representing Gyeongju, which used to be the capital of Silla (BC57~AD935), the museum is where you can view the cultural history of Gyeongju district. The exhibition hall is divided into 4 large parts: the Main hall, Annex I, Annex II, and the Outdoor Exhibit Area (Museum Grounds). In the Main Hall you can see earthenware, and in the Arts and Crafts room you can see various artwork and craftwork.
Anapji pond

As said in the historical book of Samguk-sagi, during the 14th year of King Munmu’s reign (AD 661~681) in the Silla period (57 BC ~ AD 935), a large pond was dug and small mountains were built all within the palace walls. Additionally, beautiful flowers were planted and rare animals were brought in to create an exquisite garden environment. It is at Wolseung (fortress erected in AD 101 during the Silla period) that we can find Anapji pond. In 1974, an excavation revealed large spherical shapes (measuring 200 meters in diameter and 180 meters in height) indicating that 3 islands were located in the pond. Anapji pond can presently be viewed in its near original splendor, thanks to restoration efforts. Imhae jeonji As one of the detached palaces, of the Silla royal family’s main palace, this structure was used as the crowned prince’s palace. Imhaejeon is historically the most important building on the property and historical books often refer to the surrounding area as a whole simply as Imhaejin. An excavation resulted in the discovery of several buildings, Hoerang (corridor area), Anapji pond and five towers in the western portion of the site . While some sites have been restored others have been left in the natural form, only leaving the corner stones in sight.
Seokguram Grotto

Seokguram, located on Mt.Tohamsan, is the representative stone temple of Korea. The official name of Seokguram, National Treasure No. 24, is Seokguram Seokgul. Designated as World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1995, it is an artificial stone temple made of granites. The construction started with Kim Dae-Seong (700~774) in 751 during the reign of King Gyeong-Deok (742~765) of the Silla Dynasty (57 B.C.~A.D. 935) and it was finished in 774, after 24 years, during the reign of King Hye-Gong (765~780). Seokguram is known to have been built with Bulguksa Temple. According to the history book Samgukyusa of the Goryeo Dynasty (the country that unified the Korean peninsula at the end of the Silla Dynasty, 918~1392), Kim Dae-Seong had built Bulguksa for the parents who were alive, and Seokguram for the parents of his former life. Seokguram is an artificial stone temple made of granites, and is located on the eastern peak of Mt. Toham (745m sea level). Inside the round-shaped main hall, there are the Bonjon Statue, Bodhi-sattva and his disciples. Seokguram was built to preserve these statues. The Bonjon figure wearing a generous smile is seated on the stage engraved with lotus flower design. The rounded ceiling looks like a half-moon or a bow and has a lotus flower decorated cover on it. As the sunrise from this spot is so beautiful, many people climb the mountain at daybreak.
Bulguksa Temple

Bulguksa Temple is the representative relic of Gyeongju and was designated as a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO in 1995. The beauty of the temple itself and the artistic touch of the stone relics are known throughout the world. Bulguksa Temple was built in 528 during the Silla Dynasty, in the 15th year of King Beop-Heung's reign (514~540). It was called Hwaeom Bulguksa Temple or Beopryusa Temple back then. In 751, under King Gyeong-Deok (reign 742∼765), Kim Dae-Seong (700~774) started rebuilding the temple and finished in 774, under King Hye-Gong (reign 765~780). After 17 years of construction, the name 'Bulguksa' was finally given to the temple. The name 'Bulguksa' was kept through numerous renovations of the temple from the Goryeo Dynasty (918~1392) to the Joseon Dynasty (1392~1910). But during the Imjinwaeran War (the war provoked by Japan's invasion, 1592~1598) the wooden building was burned, 819 years after first being established.
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Pre/Post-2 Jejudo Island

  • Tour date : Pre - 10/19(Thu) ~ 21(Sat), Post - 10/26(Thu) ~ 28(Sat)
  • Price : KRW 998,000 per person
  • Minimum Person : 6
  • Tour sites : Yakcheonsa Temple, Jusangjeolli Cliff, Cheonjeyeon Waterfall, Soesokkak Estuary, Jeju Folk Village Museum, Seongsan Sunrise, etc.
  • Including : Transportation (flight & bus), English Speaking Guide, Accommodation (with breakfast), Meals (Lunch and dinner), All Admission Fee, Toll and parking Fee
Yongdu Rock

At the western end of Jeju City, where the Hanch'on stream runs into the ocean, is a large rock formation shaped like a dragon's head. A short trail has been carved out going down the cliffs to give several views of the rock. Legend states that the Dragon King's messenger was sent to Halla Mountain to gather bulloch'o (a herb reputed to give eternal life). The messenger was killed by an arrow from an angry mountain god. Part of the messenger's body sank into the water while the head remained above the water, trying to return to the sky. On windy days, the waves crashing against the rocks suggest the fury of the dragon.
O’sulloc Green Tea Museum

The o'sulloc Museum teaches visitors about Korea's traditional tea culture. The "o" in "o'sulloc", means to appreciate and enjoy, and it also stands for the origin of sulloc, only sulloc, and of sulloc tea. The museum, which first opened in September 2001, is widely known in Korea. The entire building takes the shape of a green tea cup. It seeks to harmonize the cultures of the West and East, and past traditions with the modern world. At the O'sulloc Museum, not only can visitors enjoy unique o'sulloc teas, but they can relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, so visitors can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.
Spirited Garden

A garden starts from a farmer's small thoughts. Since 1968, Spirited Garden director, Seong Bum-Young, has cut rocks, made his own oreum, searched for trees all over the country and planted them here. It is now the world's largest botanical garden with a total landscape of approximately 39,700m². This garden is rich with maple trees, wisterias and pine trees that are between 30 to 300 years old. Roughly 100 rare species of trees can also be found in the garden. You will be able to see what a long way one man's tenacity and effort can go.
Yakcheonsa Temple

The architectural style of Yakcheonsa Temple is reminiscent of that of Buddhist temples of the early Joseon Dynasty. Measuring an impressive 30m high and spanning a total area of 3,305 meters squared, it is the largest temple in the East. Upon entering Yakcheonsa Temple, guests will be greeted by a 5m-tall statue of Vairocana, the tallest of such statues in Korea, on a 4m high pedestal. The walls on both the right and left have been sculpted into large altar portraits of Buddha and in front of the Dharma Hall is a giant Buddhist temple bell, weighing 18 tons. Beloved for its size and grandeur, the temple consists of a main temple (2,652 meters squared) and a 3-story residential structure for the Buddhist monks.
Jusangjeolli Cliff

The Jusangjeolli are stone pillars piled up along the coast and is a designated cultural monument of Jejudo Island. The Jusangjeolli was formed when the lava from Mt.Hallasan flew to the sea of Jungmun. They are rock pillars shaped like cubes or hexagons of various sizes. The administration of the district named them 'Jisatgae Rocks' from their old name 'Jisatgae'. It is also famous for its 20m cliff with the high tides and sea angling.
Cheonjeyeon Waterfall

Cheonjeyeon is named as a legend says that fairies who supported the Heaven God came down to have a swim and then went up to the sky. Under Bridge Cheonjae across a river, there is three-points waterfall. There is a pond in the every point where the waterfall drops. Bridge 'SunImGyo' is an iron archi-shaped bridge which is connected from east to west across the river between two points waterfall and three points waterfall. Tourists can see Cheonjeyeon valley and a luxuriant forest on the bridge. This bridge connects the waterfall to Jungmun resort complex.
Soesokkak Estuary

This is the mouth of the Hyodoncheon stream. As the fresh water meets the ocean, it broadens into wide slow flowing river. ‘Soe; means an ox, ‘so’ means a ‘pool of water’ and ‘Kkak means ‘the end’. Soesokkak Estuary is lined with cliffs of curious lava formations, which are overhung with pine trees. Here the water takes on the deep blue of the ocean, and the scenery is very picturesque. Soesokkak is also well-known for its small, flat wooden boats called “Teu” that have been used for hundreds of years to ferry people across the estuary. The boat is pulled across the estuary by a long rope that is strung between the two banks. Taking a leisurely ride on a Teu across the clear water of the estuary is a great way to enjoy the area’s magnificent scenery.
Jeju Folk Village Museum

With a total of 117 houses and facilities, Jeju Folk Village Museum has restored the scenes of the village to that of the 1890’s. Among them are Mountain Village, Hill-Country Village, Fishing Village and Shamanism Village. On land of more than 40 acres it has been reconstructed following long-term research and analysis of experts. Some of the extensive ranges of folk items on display are 1,627 woodenware, 1,046 bamboo ware, 1,699 earthenware, 1,544 porcelain ware, 765 wax candles, 921 ironware and 579 other items. The Jeju Folk Village Museum is the island’s main tourist attraction where customs of the old days can be explored.
Man Jang Cave

Manjanggul Cave is one of the finest lava tunnels in the world, and is a designated natural monument. A lava tunnel is formed when the lava that was deep in the ground spouts from the peak and flows to the surface. Manjanggul Cave has a variety of interesting structures inside including 70cm lava stalagmites and the lava tube tunnels. Only 1km of the 13,422m Manjanggul Cave is open to the tourists. The inside of the tunnel sustains at a temperature of 11~21℃, creating a comfortable atmosphere. There are rare animals such as bats living in the tunnel, which makes this tunnel valuable for researchers as well. The stone pillars and stalactites are widely spread and the tunnels shows off the cave's topographical features. The Stone Turtle is especially eye-catching because it is shaped like Jeju-do Island.
Seongsan Sunrise

Near the eastern town of Songsan-ri, a volcanic crater with vertical cliffs rises up from the shore. As the easternmost tip of Jeju Island, this area is the first to greet each day's new sun, thus earning the name of "Sunrise Peak." A hefty climb brings visitors to the top of the peak. Visitors are prevented from entering the crater by barbed wire, but they can still enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding area. Jagged rocks stick up like teeth along the crater's perimeter. It is definitely worth the view, even if you do not make it in time for the sunrise.
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