Tours

Please click https://youtu.be/J5ZkwX_9xMo to watch the Billboard #1 BTS sings about the touring of Seoul….

Three days of fun will be offered for spouses and Children: Register for a spouse/child tour on July 17, 18 and/or 19 ($50 per a half-day, from 10 a.m. to 3:00 pm, lunch on your own) and 2) A full-day industry/cultural tour (possibly DMZ) on July 20 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm (free for the registered participants and $75 for each spouse/child, lunch on your own). Please register for spouse/child for half-day tour on July 17, 18 and/or 19 and a full-day tour on July 21 by clicking a menu item booth and individual registration from this website.

Pictures below, from top left to bottom, are: 1) Korean Traditional Music at Kyungbok Palace in Seoul, 2) Korean man creating a shadow for his woman at the beach in Jeju Island (like Hawaii), 3) English man eating Sam Gye Tang in Seoul, 4) Korean man eating Whole Chicken Soup in Dong Dae Mun Market, 5) Northern Irish and Greek men eating pork ribs roasted on a grill, and 6) Seol-Ak Mountains in Sok-Cho City. Using a KTX bullet train in South Korea, you can go to any place  in less than three hours (i.e., 2.5 hours from Seoul to Busan).  The Seoul Dragon City Hotel complex and convention center is connected to the Yongsan train station by sky walkway, where you can take a train to everywhere in Korea including Seoul central train station and a mall with the most electronic shops, where you can find every electronics with a discount price.

The following sites have everything you want to know about  Korea.
http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/index.jsp
http://english.visitseoul.net/index

There are so many companies who can arrange tours from a half-day to a full-day. DMZ is a popular destination for visitors.  Please click the link to see some tour options. This tour company show each tour option with a reasonable price.
http://www.dmztours.com/seoul_daily_tours.htm

  

     

 


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