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9N 10D South Korea
Day 1 Arrival in Seoul

Transfer to Hotel, River Cruise

Catch your flight to Seoul. Arrived In Seoul. Our Representative Will Meet You & Transfer To Your Hotel In Seoul. Seoul Is The Capital And Largest City Of South Korea. It Is Located In The Northwestern Part Of The Country, Near The Border With North Korea. Seoul Is Not Only The Political And Economic Center Of South Korea But Also Its Cultural And Historical Heart.


Enjoy River Cruise in the evening. Overnight in Seoul.

Day 2 Seoul City Tour After Breakfast We Proceed For Seoul City Highlight Tour. Some Of The Places We Will See During Our Highlight Tour:
Gwanghwamun Square: Stretches Out From Gwanghwamun Gate, Once The Main Gate Of Gyeongbokgung Palace, To Sejongno Sageori Intersection. Gwanghwamun Square Is Divided Into Six Sections. At Its Center Stands A Statue Of King Sejong The Great, The Fourth And Most Respected King Of The Joseon Dynasty And Creator Of Hangeul, Korea’s Alphabet; And A Statue Of Admiral Yi Sunshin, A Naval Commander Noted For His Victories Against The Japanese Navy During The Japanese Invasions Of Korea (1592-1598) And A Hero Among Koreans.
Gyeongbokgung Palace: Built In 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace Is Also Commonly Referred To As The Northern Palace Because Its Location Is Furthest North When Compared To The Neighboring Palaces Of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) And Gyeonghuigung (Western Palace) Palace. Gyeongbokgung Palace Is Arguably The Most Beautiful, And Remains The Largest Of All Five Palaces.
Blue House (Presidential Residence): The Signature Markings Of The Presidential Residence Of Cheong Wa Dae Are Its Blue Tiles. It Is The First Thing That Catches One’s Attention Upon Entering The Premises. The Blue Tiles And The Smooth Roof Blend Beautifully With Bugaksan Mountain In The Backdrop.
Bukchon Hanok Village: Surrounded By Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace And Jongmyo Shrine, It Is Home To Hundreds Of Traditional Houses, Called Hanok. (B)
Day 3 Transfer to Andong, Hahoe Folk Village & Byeongsan Seowon





Morning, breakfast, leave for Andong. Visit UNESCO Heritage in Andong and meet authentic Korean culture. Hahoe Village is internationally famous for old houses, Mask dance. Andong UNESCO heritage tour will give you meaningful moments.


Enjoy the panoramic view of mountains and Nakdong river throughout the whole journey. – Ancient architecture from Byeongsan Seonwon and Bongjeongsa Temple are simple but breathtaking. You will love it! Andong Hahoe Village became internationally more famous after Queen Elizabeth ll visited and celebrated her 73rd birthday.

Byeongsan Seowon and Bongjeongsa Temple are great places to experience ancient architecture in beautiful nature.

Overnight in Andong.


Day 4 Transfer to Busan via Gyeongju National Museum & Bulguksa Temple

Morning, enjoy breakfast at hotel and leave for Busan. Begin at the Cheomseongdae Observatory, the oldest surviving astronomical observatory in Asian. Next, visit Donggung Palace & Wolji Pond, which was a secondary palace used by the crown prince of the Silla Kingdom. Tour through Gyeongju Gyochon Traditional Village and the Daereungwon Tomb Complex before stopping for lunch.


Visit UNESCO World Heritage site Bulguk Temple, which represents the Buddhist utopia in the terrestrial world, and the Seokgurum Grotto, a hermitage and part of the Bulguksa temple complex.


End the day with transportation back to the meeting point, along with amazing memories to look back on.. Overnight in Da Nang.


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Day 5 Busan City Tour Post breakfast, Explore the best attractions of Busan, South Korea, on this one day tour

Get plenty of sightseeing at Songdo Beach Skywalk, and Daritdol Skywalk

Explore Gamcheon Culture Village with its eye-catching street murals and boutique stores

Visit the seaside temple, Haedong Yonggungsa, and admire the views surrounding it

Feast on a delicious and traditional lunch of pork soup and rice at Ssangdoongi Dwaeji Gukbap!


Day 6 Busan – Jeju Island Flight Breakfast at hotel as we transfer you to airport for your departure flight to Jeju Island. Pick up from Airport, transfer to hotel Explore City.


It Is The Country’s Largest Island, Located In The Korea Strait, Southwest Of The Korean Peninsula. Jeju Is Renowned For Its Natural Beauty, Unique Geological Features, And Cultural Heritage. Jeju Island Is Of Volcanic Origin And Is Home To Hallasan, A Dormant Volcano And The Highest Mountain In South Korea. Overnight in Jeju Island.



Day 7 Eastern Jeju Tour Breakfast at hotel. Travel the east side of Jeju Island by sightseeing coach

Explore the Manjanggul Lava Tube and and Seongeup Folk Village

Guide helps you discover the UNESCO World Heritage Site.


Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak: Rose From Under The Sea In A Volcanic Eruption Over 100,000 Years Ago. Located On The Eastern End Of Jejudo Island, There Is A Huge Crater At The Top Of Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak.

Seopjikoji: Is Located At The End Of The Eastern Shore Of Jeju Island And Boasts A Fantastic Scenery Especially In April When Yellow Canola Flowers Are In Full Bloom. “Seopji” Is The Old Name For The Area, And “Koji” Is Jeju Dialect Meaning A Sudden Bump On Land.

Seongeup Folk Village: Is A Small Town That Holds A Vast Amount Of Culture Over A Wide Period Of Time From 1410 To 1914. Cultural Properties In The Folk Village Have Been Handed Down From Generation To Generation And Include Treasures Such As Residential Houses, Confucian Shrines And Schools, Ancient Government Offices,
Stone Statues, Large Millstones (Pulled By Horses Or Ox), Fortress Ruins, And Stone Monuments.


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Day 8 Enjoy beach day & Transfer to Jeju Airport

Transfer to Hotel in Seoul

After breakfast, the day is at leisure. Enjoy the famous beaches of Jeju, soak in the sun & sunbath or take spa. Later, we drop you at the Jeju Airport. Take flight to Seoul, and transfer to hotel in Seoul.


Enjoy the day shopping & buying souvenirs.



Day 9 Korea DMZ Tour


After breakfast, Tour the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) with a knowledgeable guide who shares the history and highlights of this important strip of land that separates North and South Korea. Established in 1953 after the Korean War, the DMZ includes key sites such as the Freedom Bridge, 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, Imjingak Park, DMZ Museum and Dora Observatory. Visit the DMZ from Seoul on a morning or afternoon half-day tour, with optional upgrades to include lunch or a full-day tour that also visits Insadong Antique Street, a mecca of antique shops, boutiques and tea houses. Full- or Half-day tour to the Korean Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) from Seoul Hear expert commentary from a knowledgeable guide as you visit historical sites at the DMZ See artillery and war artifacts at Imjingak Park and explore the Freedom Bridge on foot Visit the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel and view war photos at the DMZ exhibition hall Get a glimpse of North Korean village life from the Dora Observatory.



Day 10



Flight to Delhi

After breakfast, leave for airport, for flight back home.