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Tour Program

DAY 0 (Sep. 4th)


TIME ITINERARY (* Tour is provided from Tuesday to Saturday)
7:50 Meeting at hotel.
8:00 Move to destination (Freedom Highway)
9:30 Tour The 3rd infiltration tunnel & DMZ Exhibition
The third tunnel refers to one of the tunnels dug by North Korea southward under the DMZ. It is located 12km from Munsan and 52km from Seoul and was discovered on October 17, 1978. The tunnel measures 2m wide, 2m high, and over 1,635m long-large enough to accommodate some 30,000 soldiers per hour. It was discovered at a site four kilometers south of Panmunjom in 1978. Will go down and look around on foot. Also, after you come out of tunnel, will go watch short video clip at The DMZ theater demonstrate the history of Korean division and the natural ecosystem around the DMZ. dmz_tunnel
11:00 Dora Observatory
Dora Observatory, the northernmost observatory on the west side of the Republic of Korea, opened in January 1987 atop Mt. Dora. On clear days, the Gaeseong Industrial Complex, Mt. Songak in Gaeseong, statues of Kim Il Sung, Kijeong-dong in the North, the outskirts of Gaeseong, and Geummamgol (cooperative farm) can all be viewed through the numerous telescope installed on the rooftop. dora_observatory
11:30 Dorasan Train Station (Northernmost Station of Gyeong-ui Railway Line)
12:00 Lunch
13:30 Imjingak Park imjingak
This is constructed for wishing reunification and peace in Korean peninsula. It's constructed to transform Imjingak, a symbol of division and tension, into a symbol of reconciliation, co-prosperity, peace and unification. Various performances, exhibitions, film screenings and festivals are held here throughout the year.
13:40 Pass through Unification bridge (Check Point)
14:00 Arrive at Camp Bonifas jsa
14:15 Slide show on JSA
15:00 take military bus to JSA area, Freedom House, Military Armistice Commission Building Bridge of no return
16:30 Leave for Seoul
18:00 Arrive at Hotel

DAY 1-3(Sep. 4-7th)


8:00 Meeting at hotel.
9:00 Gwanghwamun Square
Gwanghwamun Squares a street of culture that was redesigned in the heart of the city to create a global spot that restores the sights of old Seoul with its 600-year history. At the plaza, statues of Admiral Yi Sun- shin and King Sejong the Great (4th king of the Joseon dynasty), two of the most well-known influential figures in Korean history, can be seen. In addition, the square‟s dry fountain will operate from June to October. gwanghwamun
9:30 Gyeongbokgung Palace
This is the primary palace and center of Joseon‟s government, named as a wish for the palace to realize great prosperity forever. Originally built in 1395 by order of Taejo (Yi Seong-gye), the founding monarch of Joseon, Gyeongbokgung Palace was burned down during the Japanese invasion of Korea (Imjin War) and rebuilt in 1867 by order of Gojong. The project to restore the palace to its former appearance began in 1991 and is expected to continue until 2045. Today‟s Gyeongbokgung Palace is no longer confined to the use of one man—it is now Seoul‟s most beloved historical site shared by everyone. gyeongbokgung
11:00 Cheong Wa Dae
To deliver on President-elect Yoon Suk Yeol's key pledge of giving Cheong Wa Dae back to the people, a series of events will celebrate the site's rebirth as an open and symbolic space that reconnects the nation's past and future. Cheong Wa Dae is being transformed from a symbol of “imperial” power to a relaxing retreat for the people and from a symbol of miscommunication and division to a place of public integration. cheongwadae
12:30 Lunch - Samcheongdonggil Road
Samcheong-dong is a quaint neighborhood made up of traditional Korean-style buildings with an addition of modern touch. This photogenic neighborhood will make it hard for you to put away your camera. The beautiful murals and charming accessories will seize your attention, while even the ordinary flower stalls and small coffee shops make great backdrops for taking pictures. An hour will fly by as you stride your way through the alleys, making you feel as if you are in a gallery! samcheongdonggil
14:00 Bukchon Hanok Village
Bukchon Hanok Village is a major traditional Korean residential area in Seoul, as well as a beloved tourist spot that showcases traditional Korean style and living. During the Joseon dynasty, high-ranking government officials and nobles dwelled in this neighborhood. Visitors can immerse in the beauty of traditional architecture and the fun of exploring through the alleys. While at Bukchon Hanok Village, take some time to explore the Eight Scenic Views of Bukchon, the eight most scenic viewpoints that offer Bukchon‟s unique charm and beauty. bukchon
16:00 Gwangjang Market
Gwangjang Market was the first permanent market in Korea and continues to thrive as a popular tourist destination today. The name Gwangjang means "to gather from afar and keep altogether." The market began as a small trading center that brought in goods from nearby regions, but has now grown into a large wholesale market selling a variety of goods, including upholstery, imported goods, groceries, dried fish, traditional goods, and more. The most popular section of the market is the food street connected to the East Gate, North Gate 2, and South Gate 1. gwangjang_market
17:00 Namsan N Seoul Tower n_seoul_tower
N Seoul Tower is an all-time favorite tourist attraction and has become a symbol of Seoul.
18:00 Return to Hotel


9:00 Meeting at hotel.
10:00 The Leeum Museum of Art
The Leeum Museum of Art is the perfect place to enjoy traditional and contemporary art created by Korean and international artists. Most of the exhibits on display at the museum are based on the large collection of the founder, the late Lee Byeong-cheol, once president of the Samsung Group. Three world-renowned architects, Maria Botta, Jean Nouvel, and Rem Koolhaas, were commissioned to design the outstanding museum complex. The name Leeum is the acronym of the family name of its founder, "Lee" and an abbreviated word for museum, "um". The museum is composed of three indivisual buildings linked together as a composite complex. leeum_museum
12:00 Lunch at Garosu-gil
Garosu-gil has quickly became one of Seoul's hottest neighborhoods in recent years. 20 years ago, this place was once a densely populated area filled with galleries and packed with designer shops. At one point, many film companies spotted the area, and at other times, various artists set up shop here, So there plenty of neat, older shops in the Garosu-gil area. Additionally, there area many fashion stores that have become quite popular. The stores in the area are diverse, from antique furniture stores to bookstores selling foreign books. It is also a good walking area. garosugil
13:30 Seoul Bongeunsa Temple
Once known as Gyeonseongsa Temple, Bongeunsa Temple is located north of COEX, and was constructed in the 10th year of Silla King Weongseong's reign (794). In 1498, Queen Jeonghyeon refurbished Gyeongseongsa Temple and renamed it Bongeunsa Temple. Originally located near the Royal Tomb of King Seongjong, the temple was transferred to its current location during Joseon King Myeongjong's reign. The temple is home to 3,479 Buddhist scriptures of 13 types, including the works of Kim Jeong-hee. The Buddhist ceremony called Jeongdaebulsa is held on the ninth day of the eighth month of the lunar calender, where monks march carrying the scriptures on their heads and recite the Beopseongge (Buddhist rites). bongeunsa_temple
15:00 Starfield COEX Mall starfield_coex_mall
Starfield COEX Mall, located at the center of Seoul, leads in trend and culture. Combining fashion, food, culture and entertainment, the mall provides everything the visitors need. The Starfield Library offers a space to rest and entertainment with books.
16:00 SM Town Museum Tour smtown
A place where you can meet TVXQ, EXO, Red Velvet, NCT and other K-pop stars all in one place! Visit the new 'SMTOWN Museum' in Coexartium. Visitors can learn the history of top K-pop artists from their beginning to the present day and see their albums and stage costumes. Also, create an unforgettable memory by experiencing augmented reality with K-pop artists.
17:00 The Seoul Sky seoul_sky
The Seoul Sky Observatory offers a 360-degree panoramic view of Seoul's cityscape. Located at an altitude of 500 meters, it provides a thrilling experience. Visitors can enjoy various exhibition contents, indulge in a relaxing cup of coffee above the clouds, and find a wide selection of souvenirs to make their experience at the observatory even more special.
18:00 Return to Hotel