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Sneak Preview Of Korea 4 Days 3 Nights Tour

Sneak Preview Of Korea 4 Days 3 Nights Tour Packages
Country: South Korea
City: Seoul
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Classic Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Sneak preview of Korea 4Days 3Nights

1ST DAY ARRIVAL - SEOUL

Arrive at airport & greeted by Rep. of KIMS TRAVEL. Transfer to Seoul and hotel check-in Overnight in Seoul

2ND DAY 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 the chief temple of the Jogye order which represents Korean Buddhism.

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

3RD SEOUL - HWASUNG CASTLE - KOREAN FOLK VILLAGE

Visit Korean Folk Village where we can see the vivid Korean lifestyle over 600 years ago. Overnight in Seoul.
Transfer to Suwon Hwaseong castle and fortress, designated by UNESCO

4TH DAY SEOUL - DEPARTURE

Transfer to Incheon International Airport(ICN) to fly to the next destination.

More to Explore in Seoul:

Seoul Tower

Rising almost 500 meters above the city, this communications and observation tower provides dramatic views of the city from its perch on the side of Mount Namsan. A cable car whisks you up the side of the mountain to the base of the tower. From here, you can go up in the tower and visit any one of four observation decks, one of which is a rotating restaurant.

There are two restaurants at the tower and, of course, several gift shops. There's even a digital observatory, where people with height issues can experience a live, 360-degree view through the use of 32 LED screens and cameras mounted at the tower's top.

Lotte World Tower

One of the newest attractions in Seoul is the Lotte World Tower skyscraper. It's 500 meters above the ground and one of the world's tallest (currently fifth) buildings. There are several indoor and outdoor observation areas (called Seoul Sky) at the top on the 123rd floor. Views are spectacular both during the day and at night, and you can see 360-degrees around the city.

On the 118th floor, there's the Sky Deck with the world's highest glass floor. Like magic, the floor changes from opaque to clear, terrifying unsuspecting visitors. Even getting to the top is fun, and the journey is done via super-fast, double-decker elevators, with windows on one side and LED screens on the other three and the ceiling.

Seoul Museum of Art

Located behind the Deoksugung Palace, SeMa as it's known to locals, has a large collection of artwork, mainly from the modern era. The art museum focuses on Korean art and Korean artists but has a decent selection of international works and creators. Changing temporary and visiting exhibitions also showcase unique collections and artwork.

Blue House

The Blue House is Korea's version of the White House. It's the official residence of the Korean president, as well as the location of his and related executive offices of state. The Blue House isn't really a single building, it's an entire campus of buildings, all built in the traditional Korean style and all featuring the distinctive blue tile roofs where it gets its name.

Bongeunsa

Bongeunsa is one of many Buddhist temples in and around Seoul. It first opened in the year 794 and is a complex of multiple buildings and shrines. It's easy to visit, as it's centrally located in the exciting Gangnam area. The temple is on the side of a low mountain, directly across the street from the massive COEX convention center and mall. It's a popular spot for convention-goers to take a break and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere. Visitors are welcome, and the temple even has a program that allows guests to experience the daily life of a monk for a few hours.

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