City Tour

Fantasy World, Everland Theme Park(Full-time)
– Everland is South Korea’s largest theme park. With 6.6 million visitors, Everland ranked thirteenth in the world for amusement park attendance in 2011. Along with its main attractions, Everland also includes a zoo and a water park known as Caribbean Bay. Everland is operated by Samsung Everland, which is a subsidiary of the Samsung Group.

Glance at Seoul with Tradition(Full-day)
– Not too many cities in the world have royal palaces that are hundreds of years old sitting next to huge modern urban skyscrapers, but Seoul has an interesting balance with it’s ancient history and ultra modern development. The unique and beautiful contrast between old and new in Seoul is another reason you should find yourself in Seoul sooner than later.

Korean Culture Experience(Half-day)
– Experience Kimchi allows people to learn Korean history and culture through kimchi, offering kimchi-making guided by a professional kimchi instructor. Participants can taste the kimchi they make, have it packed up, and take it overseas. In addition to kimchi-making, Experience Kimchi offers such experiences as trying on Hanboks (Korean traditional clothing). After the events, you will get a photo taken to keep the memories of Korea deep in your hearts.

Panmumjeom(JSA) Tour(Full-day)
– Panmumjom Tour is one of the most preferred tourist sites for foreigners. Panmunjom is located inside the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) and is the closest location to North Korea for visitors to see. The tension is very high and only a limited number of people are allowed to visit Panmunjom at one time.

Panoramic N Seoul Tower & Royal Palace(Full-day)
– Rising up from the summit of Namsan Mountain (262m) is a beloved city landmark that has come to represent the city itself: the N Seoul Tower (236m). Construction of the tower was completed in 1975, but the tower functioned solely as a radio transmission tower before being opened to the public in 1981. Since then, the tower has steadily gained in popularity, becoming a favorite attraction for both locals and international visitors.

Panoramic N Seoul Tower(Half-day)
– Rising up from the summit of Namsan Mountain (262m) is a beloved city landmark that has come to represent the city itself: the N Seoul Tower (236m). Construction of the tower was completed in 1975, but the tower functioned solely as a radio transmission tower before being opened to the public in 1981. Since then, the tower has steadily gained in popularity, becoming a favorite attraction for both locals and international visitors.

Romantic Nami Island & Petite France(Full-day)
– A mere two-hour drive from Seoul, Chuncheon in Gangwon-do Province is a popular retreat for Koreans. It boasts a beautiful landscape, a variety of memorable highlights to experience and enjoy, together with green mountains and clean lakes. In particular, Namiseom Island is one of the famous filming locations of the Korean drama Winter Sonata. As such, it has attracted numerous international visitors who enjoy a leisurely stroll in nature.

Seoul City Afternoon Tour(Half-day)
– Royal palace, Changdeokgung Palace, is some of the must-visit tourist attractions in Seoul. As well as looking round the palaces, visitors can enjoy several programs that will enable you to really experience the culture of Korea’s royal palaces. Visitors can watch reenactments of historical royal ceremonies, have their photo taken in traditional costume.

Seoul City Morning Tour(Half-day)
– Royal palace, Gyeongbokgung Palace, is some of the must-visit tourist attractions in Seoul. As well as looking round the palaces, visitors can enjoy several programs that will enable you to really experience the culture of Korea’s royal palaces. Visitors can watch reenactments of historical royal ceremonies, have their photo taken in traditional costume.

The Boarder DMZ(Half-day)
– The closest thing most South Koreans can get to the DMZ without special permission from the government, the Imjingak is a park overlooking the Imjingang River – literally a shrine to national division. Major landmarks include an altar where families originally from the North come to perform ancestral rites (usually performed in one’s ancestral hometown) on the Korean holidays, an observatory and Freedom Bridge, the hastily constructed bridge where some 130,000 South Korean and Allied POWs crossed to return home at the end of the Korean War.

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