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Hi! Seoul 3 Days 2 Nights Tour

Hi! Seoul 3 Days 2 Nights Tour Packages
Country: South Korea
City: Seoul
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: City Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Arrive at airport & greeted by Rep. of KIM'S TRAVEL. Transfer to Seoul and hotel check in Overnight in Seoul


Cheongwadae Sarangchae (Guest house at Presidential house) is a place filled with hope and joy. You can learn about past presidents and the history of the capital, Seoul.

Gyeongbokgung Palace. The oldest and grandest of Seoul’s royal palaces, Gyeongbokgung Palace is a masterpiece of Korean traditional architecture and one of Seoul’s most visited locations.

Nat’l folk museum exhibiting the religious rituals, customs, food and social dynamics of traditional Korean Life

Jogye Temple is chief temple of the Jogye order which represents the Korean Buddhism.

Move to Insadong Antique street and visit major galleries, enjoy free shopping. Overnight in Seoul


Transfer to airport & Departure

Know more about Jogye Temple:

Established in 1910, Jogyesa Temple serves as the center of Zen Buddhism in South Korea. Highlights of the temple complex include Daeungjeon, Seoul’s largest Buddhist shrine, as well as a garden area with a white pine tree that is more than 500 years old. In 1937, it was moved to its current location where it was reconstructed. Construction was completed on October 25, 1938. At this time, the temple was known as Taegosa. This was during the Japanese occupation of Korea (1910-1945). The name stayed the same until 1954.

Visitors here will be surprised to find a beautiful setting and sense of calmness in the middle of the hectic and crowded city. The grounds are a great escape from the big city for both locals and tourists. Some of the nature that is not to be missed include a rare 500-year-old Baeksong lacebark pine tree and a 450-year-old Chinese scholar tree.

The Baeksong tree that surrounds the temple has been given the status of a national treasure. The temple is an active religious place and it holds rituals and ceremonies periodically. It is particularly beautiful in the evening when it is illuminated by lamps by the monks. Outside, there are shops selling Buddhist trinkets.

Jogyesa Temple Travel Tips
Facilitated for the handicapped.
Limited Parking available.
Restrooms are available.
Please respect the customs of the temple.
Do not click photos when the ceremony is in process.
Entry is free.

The temple is open all the year-round.

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