Seoul → Incheon(Ganghwa-gun)
[Breakfast : Not included / Lunch : Not included / Dinner : Not included]
Meet up with a tour guide at SM Duty Free Seoul Store (Address: 41, Insadong 5-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul)
Depart from SM Duty Free Seoul Store at 08:30am
- Gwangseongbo Fort
- Shooting Arrows at Goryeo Palace Site
- Rubbing at Ganghwa Anglican Church
- Traditional Tea Drinking at Kim Koo Birthplace
- Ganghwa Peace Observatory
Overnight stays at Ganghwa-gun (3-Star Hotel)
Incheon(Ganghwa-gun) → Seoul
[Breakfast : Hotel meal / Lunch : Not included / Dinner : Not included]
After breakfast, meet up with a tour guide at hotel lobby.
- Dongmak Beach
- Jeondeungsa Temple
- Chojijin Fort
After the tour, return back to Seoul and the tour ends.
3-Star hotel accommodation with breakfast
All described sightseeing and activities specified in the itinerary
Tour guide (available in English, Chinese and Japanese)
Transportation in air-conditioned vehicle
Admission fees in the itinerary
Price does not include
2 lunches and 1 dinner
Service beyond the itinerary
Personal expenses throughout the tour
*Price listed is per person, based on double occupancy and subject to availability.
*Some blackout dates may apply. We will let you know the possibility upon the time of booking.
*The itinerary/accommodation is subjects to change due to local unexpected circumstances.
*Number of passengers should be at least four adults. If the number is not filled until 7 days before the tour, the tour will be cancelled and full refund will be made to the customers who made the payment.
*This is a group joining tour and people are from all English speaking countries.
◆Joint Tour operation important notice◆
Your group may be joined with other tour groups during the tour.
Please make a note that your seat assignment may be changed once other groups join the tour.
Insa-dong (SM Duty Free) / Address 41, Insadong 5-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
▶ When using public transportation,
get off at Jonggak Station(Line Number 1). Approximately one minute walk from exit number 3 or 3-1.
Blue Bus 109, 151, 162, 172, 401, 406, 606, or 704 Get off at Jogyesa Temple Station.
Green Bus 7022, or 1020. Get off at Jogyesa Temple Station.
Express Bus 1005-1, 5000, 5005, 5500, 5500-1, 5500-2, 7900, or 9000 Get off at Jogyesa Temple Station.
Red Bus 9401 Get off at Jogyesa Temple Station.
Price EUR 155(per person) / The day of departure Every Thursday(Departs at 08:30AM) / Minimum of 4 passengers
Inclusions Tour guide(available in English, Chinese or Japanese), tour vehicle, admission fees, one night at a three-star hotel, and breakfast
Exclusions (2 lunches, and 1 dinner), traveler’s insurance, and other personal expenses
Day 1 Departs from Seoul(SM Duty Free) ⇢ Gwangseongbo Fort ⇢ Lunch ⇢ Shooting Arrows at Goryeo Palace Site ⇢ Rubbing at
Ganghwa Anglican Church ⇢ Traditional Tea Drinking at Kim Koo Birthplace ⇢ Ganghwa Peace Observatory ⇢ Dinner ⇢ Hotel
Day 2 Breakfast ⇢ Dongmak Beach ⇢ Lunch ⇢ Jeondeungsa Temple ⇢ Chojijin Fort ⇢ Seoul
Gwangseongbo Fort The fiercest battle ground during Sinmiyangyo(Foreigners' Aggression in the year of Sinmi) during theJoseon Dynasty. Canons and turrets that were actually used during the war are still in place. It is a tourist site famous for a nice view.
Goryeo Palace Site Goryeo Palace Site. served as the capital of Goryeo for 39 years from 1231. Oegyujanggak, which is the build-ing that stored Royal Protocols, is restored.
Ganghwa Anglican Church The outside of the church is designed in a traditional Korean housing style and the inside in Basilica style. The church is the symbol of naturalization of Christianity in Korea. It is also the oldest Hanok (Korean traditional building) cathedral in Korea.
Dameongheon Traditional House The old house that once Baekbeom Kim Koo used to visit in 1947. Its name is “Daemyeongheon.” It is a Korean traditional house built with materials from Japan and United Kingdom.
Ganghwa Peace Observatory First opened on September 5, 2008, it used to be the Civilian Control Line where civilians could not enter. You can see the cultural ecology of North Korea.
Dongmak Beach The beach with one of the five most famous mud flats in the world. It has a magnificent view, and when the tide is low, the 4km long mud flat appears.
Jeondeungsa Temple It is a small temple belonging to the Jogyesa Temple, which is the headquarters of direct parish of Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism. Built in 381 A.D. during the 11th year of King Sosurim’s reign, Buddhist Monk Adohwasang founded the temple and called it Jinjongsa Temple.
Chojijin Fort Chojijin Fort used to be the strategic point to defend Hanyang(the old name of Seoul) from invaders during the end of Joseon Dynasty. There are still marks of canons on pine trees from the battles that took place in the past.