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Cultural Program


Day 1 : May 23(Wed), 09:00 ~ 21:00 / All Day Tour Program

Day 1 : May 23(Wed), 09:00 ~ 21:00 / All Day Tour Program
Course Program
Tour A Gyeongbokgung → N Seoul Tower → Namsan Hanok Village
→ Hangang River Cruise (Dinner)
Tour B Samsung Electronics Digital City (Suwon City) → Korean folk Village(Yongin City)
→ Hangang River Cruise (Dinner)
*This program is subject to change


Day 2 : May 24(Thu), 09:00 ~ 12:00 / Half Day Tour Program

Day 2 : May 24(Thu), 09:00 ~ 12:00 / Half Day Tour Program
Course Program
Tour C Constitutional Court of Korea → Changdeokgung → Insa-dong
Tour D National Museum of Korea → War Memorial of Korea → Itaewon
Tour E Coex Mall
*This program is subject to change


Venue Information

Goji cream

Gyeongbokgung, or 'The Palace Of Shining Happiness', was built in 1394, at the very beginning of the Joseon Dynasty. It is the city's largest royal palace replete with ancient buildings and relics. A changing-of-the-guard ceremony is reenacted regularly for visitors.


N Seoul Tower

N Seoul Tower, located on Namsan mountain, is one of the city's most famous landmarks. The tower's observation deck offers the best views of the city. Visitors can take a cable car up the mountain and then walk to the tower.


Namsan Hanok Village

This village of traditional Korean houses (hanok) showcases the country's history. Namsan Hanok Village includes a traditional garden, famous houses, a museum about the history of Korean society, and a traditional music hall. There are also various performances, traditional rituals and interactive activities.


Korean Folk Village

The Korean Folk Village is an open-air living museum that displays many features of the country's heritage. It has about 250 traditional homes spread out over a wide area. Visitors can learn about the housing, clothing and food of the past and see traditional artisans at work. Performances and reenactments of traditional ceremonies are held regularly.


Hangang River

The Hangang River is one of Seoul's most popular attractions, and a cruise along the river is an excellent way to enjoy the surroundings. Passengers can relax, feel the cool breeze and take in the impressive scenery.


Constitutional Court

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The Constitutional Court was established in September, 1988 by the current Constitution, which followed after the people's successful movement for democracy in 1987. There are nine Justices who serve a six-year renewable term. The Court is housed in a five-story domed, architectural award-winning building in Seoul.


Changdeokgung

Changdeokgung Palace is one of the five Joseon Dynasty palaces in Seoul. It was first constructed in the early 15th century as a subsidiary palace, but was rebuilt several times after being destroyed. The palace includes a nearly 80-acre rear garden that was for the exclusive use of the royal family. Entrance is permitted by guided tour only.


Insa-dong

Insa-dong has been a center of culture in Seoul for decades. A large variety of arts have surfaced in the neighborhood over the years. In Insa-dong, all galleries open new exhibitions on Wednesdays between 5pm and 7pm. Up-and-coming artists as well as veteran ones announce the opening of their exhibitions in the district.


National Museum of Korea

The National Museum of Korea is the largest exhibition facility in Asia and among the six largest museums in the world. Here you will find a variety of collections that promote the uniqueness and beauty of Korean culture.


War Memorial of Korea

The War Memorial is the only museum of its kind in the country. This massive facility displays thousands of items from Korea's wars such the 1950-53 Korean War. There are also several monuments and outdoor exhibits including a large amount of military equipment.


Itaewon

Itaewon is a global village in the heart of Seoul. The streets are lined with eye-catching shops, and most merchants are able to communicate well with foreign tourists. You can find a variety of unusual and intriguing items here from all over the world.


Coex Mall

Coex Mall, located in southern Seoul, is the largest underground shopping mall in Asia. It has about 200 stores as well as many dining options, a 16-screen movie theater, an aquarium and even a kimchi museum.




Accompanying Persons' Tour Program


Date : May 21(Mon), 22(Tue), 09:00 ~ 18:00 / All Day Tour Program

Korea's ceramics
Hands-on experiences
Korea's ceramics, which have evolved over thousands of years, are famous for their beautiful curves and gentle colors. Visitors can see how ceramics are made and make their own pieces of art at the Dream & Hope ceramics experience.

Jogyesa
Buddhist Insights
Situated in downtown Seoul, Jogyesa is a peaceful oasis. This temple is open to visitors from 4:00am to late at night, and all Buddhist events held here are open to visitors. It also has exhibits explaining much of the history of modern Buddhism. A variety of temple - stay programs are also available.

Tteok
Tteok Making
Tteok, or Rice cakes, have a long tradition in Korea and are usually served on major holidays and important occasions. Tteok are available in a wide range of sizes, shapes and colors. They contain such ingredients as red beans, sweet bean paste, jujubes, chestnuts, pine nuts, honey and cinnamon.