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Seoul 4 days

Day 1 Arrival (D) 60km
On arrival, a private transfer to the hotel of choice. During the check in, a Korean ginseng tea is served, followed by a folk art pillow gift.
With time to relax, a delightful evening with Korean Table D'hote dinner.
Customary dishes are arranged on a low table. The dish includes a variety of fresh and dried fish, meat, fruits and vegetables. What you see is what you get. In general, rice and soup are immediately in front of the diner in the first row. The dinner is made up with the cold dishes, warm dishes, sauces, vegetables, Kimchi and a number of side dishes. You select at will from the dishes and put your choice on your own plate. Fruit and tea or punch arrive as dessert.

Day 2 Seoul (B L D)
Choice of tours for the day
- Seoul city tour
Explore Korea's capital city that is full of rich heritage, culture, history and tourist attractions. Your exploration will begin with a driving tour of the city featuring sites such as the Gwanghwamun Plaza and a statue of Yi Sunsin, who had engaged in twenty-three naval battles against Japan and emerged victorious in all of them during the Hideyoshi invasion (1592-1598). The statue of King Sejong who propagated the Korean alphabet in the 15th century is honored with prominent statue in this plaza.

Enjoy a city tour with such highlight as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Palace of Shining Happiness and see its magnificent gates, graceful architectures and lovely gardens, all directly inherited from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). Built in 1395, the palace is a particularly charming spot that represents a colorful and turbulent side of the capital's 500-year history.

Then learn about the cultural wealth of this friendly and picturesque nation at National Folklore Museum showcasing life and work, costumes and ornaments, handicrafts and technology, educations, living quarters, dietary life, oriental medicine, performing arts and games, beliefs and rituals, and socio cultural life of the Korean people from the prehistoric age to the Joseon Dynasty.

You will enjoy a panoramic view of Seoul over at N Tower observatory. Perched on top of Namsan Mountain at 243m high, the tower measures 236.7m in height from the base and tops out at 479.7m above sea level. It is the absolute best place to enjoy the most enthralling vistas of Seoul. Near the tower base, you cannot possibly miss time capsule. Buried in 1985 under 15m of the ground, it holds 466 relics representing contemporary Korean lifestyle and culture. The capsule is scheduled to open five hundred years later in 2485. There are thousands of Love Padlocks hanging from all sides, overwhelming the wire fence, without their keys to symbolize that their love for each other is forever. Furthermore, Love Trees made of hundreds of locks are quite a sight to behold.

Then explore the centuries-old Namdaemun Market where well over 11,000 shops selling anything you can imagine. Widely acknowledged as one of the Seoul's best tourist attractions, the market is seriously crowded, so be prepared to get bumped around. One of the most colorful aspects of the market is an endless sprawl of street-vendor stalls that setup in the alleys and walkways between the buildings. As you stroll through the market, you can haggle over the price to get the best deal on something you want or simply admire the vibrancy of this massive market.

At the western entrance of the market in the middle of a traffic circle stands Namdaemun, officially known as the Sungnyemun Gate. It is a formidable and iconic construct that served as the southern gate of the wall that surrounded Seoul during the period of the Joseon Dynasty. The gate suffered severe damage by arson in 2008 and the wooden portion of the gate near the top was completely charred. Restoration work started in February 2010 and was completed in 29 April 2013.

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The 3rd Tunnel
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No tour on Monday and public holidays
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Full Name, Passport number, Date of Birth and Nationality must be received at least 72 working hours before tour departure
* You must have your passport with you on the tour
* Those who suffer from asthma, claustrophobia or a weak heart cannot enter the tunnel
* Visitors are not allowed on an individual basis, it is necessary to join the group at Imjingak

Your touring will be private today until you reach Imjingak, at which time you will board a bus with other tourists as private tours of the tunnel and DMZ area are not allowed.

Travel through Jayuro or Freedom Road to Imjingak, the northernmost point bordering North Korea. Imjingak is a park with an array of monuments to the Korean War (1950-1953). One such monument is Mangbaedan, a memorial site where displaced North Koreans pray for their ancestors. Near Mangbaedan is the Freedom Bridge, which crosses the Imjin River and was an important site where 12,773 prisoners of war returned to freedom in South Korea. This short, sturdy wooden structure ends at a barricade, which embodies the North.

There is a locomotive engine that symbolizes the tragedy of the divided Korea. Having been left in the DMZ since bombs derailed it during the Korean War; it was cleaned up and moved to its current location in 2009. More than 1,000 bullet holes in the engine and its bent wheels tell visitors the devastation of war. You will see a collection of stones from 86 battlefields in 64 countries known as the Peace Stones that have witnessed suffering and grief of war.

Then board a bus to continue with other tourists on to the Demilitarized Zone, known as DMZ that separates South and North. Tensions between the two countries remain high, and the border is patrolled by thousands of troops on both sides. Before being allowed to enter the DMZ, there will be a passport check at the Unification Bridge, the first control line with sentries as you cross the Imjin River. From this point on, photography opportunities are limited. Soon thereafter, mine signs and red flight panels are highly visible in the area.

After a quick video at the DMZ Exhibition Hall, explore The 3rd Tunnel, which is one of four known tunnels passing under the DMZ, dug secretly by the North. But, those who suffer from asthma, claustrophobia or a weak heart cannot enter the tunnel. Discovered on October 17, 1978, a 1,635m long tunnel runs through bedrock at a depth of about 73m below ground; 435m of which are found in the South over the Military Demarcation Line. It is designed at a three thousandth angle with northern side lower than southern side, so that water does not stagnate inside tunnel. You can clearly see the drill marks for dynamite all pointing toward the South. This finding, along with other clues, clearly affirmed their construction. Approximately 30,000-armed soldiers can move through the tunnel in a matter of an hour in what was apparently designed for a surprise attack on Seoul. About seven minutes of tram ride or some 10 minutes of walk leads you down into the lower platform. After ducking and crouching your way 265m through the tunnel, you are greeted with concrete wall with iron door near the Military Demarcation Line preventing you from going any further into the north.
• Depending on the crowd size, the order of the video/tunnel tour can be reversed.
• Tunnel tour is absolutely at your choice. You could opt out by staying on the bus, in the exhibition room, or shopping in the store for souvenirs.

Continue on to the Dora Observatory where you can see across the Demilitarized Zone into North Korea and Gijeongdong, North Korea's propaganda village where the world's largest flag (35m x 28m) hangs on a 160m-tall flagpole, and South Korea's Daeseong-dong, the only two villages allowed in the Demilitarized Zone.

You will stop at Dorasan Station, the last railway station in South Korea before the North Korean border. This station drew world attention when President Bush visited here in February 2002. On December 11, 2007, freight trains began traveling north past this station into North Korea, however, on December 1, 2008, the North Korean government closed the border crossing. The station is heavily guarded and signs are up showing the future destination of Pyeongyang in North Korea. The mile marker "Seoul 56km/Pyeongyang 205km" stands tall for all to see. They are just waiting for the green light to go.

- Korean Folk Village
Enjoy a day trip to Korean Folk Village, a functioning community displaying the diversity of Korean lifestyle and culture of several centuries ago. Experience the heritage of the Korean people and soak up the local culture.

At village entrance stands an eye-catching Nuseokdan, a stone tower topped by a phallic symbol serving as fertility and protective totem, where people write a wish on the paper and tie to the ropes. On entering the village, you are greeted by goofy looking group of wooden Jangseung signifying village boundary and preventing bad luck.

Today, you will see a wide assortment of residential structures from the straw-thatched cottages of commoners to the 99-room mansions of the noble class as well as governor's office. The village also shows workshops of 20 types where the real artisans and craftsmen dressed in traditional costumes ply their trades, demonstrating centuries-old craftsmanship in the art of pottery, pyrography, bamboo craft, Korean paper, brassware, and many more. While strolling past the houses and workshops one by one, you will get the feeling of walking through time in an ancient village.

Enjoy farmer's music and dance, which has been the beloved form of entertainment of Korean people, bearing testimony to the gregarious character of Korean fun-making and festivity. Jultagi or acrobatics on a tightrope is something you cannot miss. The rope walker executes a variety of acrobatic feats on the rope, along with jokes, mimicry, or songs, while a clown engages the tightrope walker in joking banter, and a team of musicians plays music to accompany the entertainment.

You will also experience some of long-observed seasonal customs, beliefs, folk games or plays that have been comprehensively reflected the daily life of the Korean people. A traditional wedding ceremony is also performed on a daily basis, although it may no longer be explicitly followed.

A traditional marketplace offers the exotic flavors of Korean cuisine from different regions. Shops stock a variety of handicrafts and souvenirs, many of which were made on the premises. With all these features combined, the tour offers a fascinating insight into the unique Korean lifestyle of the days gone by.


- Shopping
The tour offers you a great shopping opportunity. A visit to Korea comes with another pleasure of great shopping. Korea is arguably one of the world's best kept secrets as a place where you can buy quality goods at reasonable prices.
Your shopping tour begins at Myongdong, the fashion, shopping and entertainment area in downtown with some of the city's top stores and fashion boutiques and designer shops. Neighboring high-end department stores filled with carefully laid-out merchandises. Beneath these stores are the huge underground arcades that offer a fascinating subterranean shopping experience. And across the street is the centuries-old Namdaemun market where well over 11,000 shops selling anything you can imagine. Widely acknowledged as one of the Seoul's best tourist attractions, the market is seriously crowded, so be prepared to get bumped around. One of the most colorful aspects of the market is an endless sprawl of street-vendor stalls that setup in the alleys and walkways between the buildings. As you stroll through the market, you can haggle over the price to get the best deal on something you want or simply admire the vibrancy of this massive market.

Dongdaemun market is the Korea's largest wholesale and retail shopping district with 26 shopping malls, 30,000 specialty shops, and 50,000 manufacturers. Within the ten blocks of the market area, you can find silks, clothes, shoes, sporting goods, plumbing and electrical supplies, electronics, office supplies, toys and just about everything else imaginable. Doosan Tower and Migliore are among the hottest shopping areas for teens. Here you can find the latest clothing, shoes, bags, colored wigs, CDs, inexpensive jewelry, and other fashion accessories. Dongdaemun shopping complex is mostly for the advanced fashionista, stylists and designers. You can get anything from fake fur, to leather to wools, cottons, stretch fabric with patterns, velvet and fabrics. There is a huge bead market where jewelry designers can go crazy buying beads, chains etc. for earrings and necklaces.

Yongsan electronic market enjoys a great reputation for electronic goods. Both locals and foreign tourist are flocking to this market, which is now the largest of its kind in Asia. The market is a great area to shop for a gadget freak. The tour ends at Itaewon, one of the most popular shopping streets in Seoul. The shops and stalls at Itaewon are bargain hunter's paradise.

Myeongdong is the mostly pedestrianised area in downtown with some of the city's top stores and fashion boutiques, designer shops, and entertainment. Neighboring high-end department stores are filled with carefully laid-out merchandises and beneath these stores are the huge underground arcades that offer a fascinating subterranean shopping experience.

Evening is highlighted with broiled short beef ribs called Galbigui.
Galbigui requires quite a bit of preparation but the end result is a finger licking.
The short beef ribs are marinated overnight in a mixture of green onions, garlic, sugar, sesame oil and soy sauce. Rice wine and oriental pear can also be added for extra flavor. The marinade helps to tenderize the meat which is then grilled over charcoal or gas at the table in front of you. A dipping sauce consisting of sesame oil, ground black pepper and salt often accompany Galbigui. A common way to consume the meat is to place a slice inside a lettuce, perilla or other green leaf with Ssamjang, a paste made out of chili paste and soybean paste. Strong flavors and seasoning, colorful presentation, informally served and eaten - just Korean way of dining experience. Later, a bowl or rice along with Doenjang Jjigae (bean paste stew) which is not overly salty, a slight sweetness or cold noodle that are served on request are among the popular menus ending the course.

Day 3 Seoul (B L D)
Team Building followed by Jjimjilbang adventure. Activities include Tuho, Yut, Jegichagi or top spinning, all of which are traditional Korean folk games and plays - a great chance to get together and get a slice of Korean culture. With time to have an elegant buffet lunch, venture out to Jjimjilbang, Korean version of health spas equipped with sauna, hot tub, pool, work out room and massage therapy.
A great evening with European cuisine. Prizes are awarded as you reminiscence over your time in Seoul.

Day 4 Departure (B) 60km
With time to reflect on your surprise in your experience of Korea, transfer to the airport in time for your flight.

Busan 4 days

Day 1 Arrive Busan (D)40km
On arrival, a private transfer to the hotel of choice. During the check in, a Korean ginseng tea is served, followed by a folk art pillow gift. A delightful evening with European cuisine in the hotel.

Day 2 Busan - Gyeongju - Busan (D) 220km

Day excursion to Gyeongju, one of the ten most historically significant sites in the world with ancient temples, weathered stone pagodas, royal tombs, Buddhist bas-reliefs, and fortress ruins. This morning, you will explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Bulguksa temple. Following the one-pillared gate and the four guardian's gate, you will reach two double level arched stone staircases - the symbolic bridges, leaving the world of sufferings behind and to enter Buddha's land. Up from the bridges on the terraced main courtyard stands the Hall of Great Enlightenment. The hall houses Sakyamuni Buddha who is flanked on the right by Kasyapa and Maitreya Bodhisattva and on the left by Dipankara and Ananda. Before this hall stands a stone carved lantern and two stone pagodas. Three-storied Seokgatap with its calm simplicity of lines and minimal decoration and Dabotap with highly ornate and the noted complexity of the universe stands blending well into the architectural harmony.

Currently, the Seokgatap pagoda is closed to the public as is under restoration. Unlike partial restorations that were carried out in 1024 and 1038, and more recently in 1966, it is the first full disassembly since the construction of the 8.2m pagoda in 742. Having started in September 2012, the restoration project will be completed by the end of 2014.

The architectural design of Bulguksa is one of constrained dignity, peace, and harmony and the temple still remains one of the most remarkable achievements of the ancient Far East.

Next, you will marvel at the
priceless archaeological and historical artifacts including splendid gold crowns, earrings, belts, ornaments, glassware, potteries, and clay figures as well as a royal barge in Gyeongju National Museum. A gigantic Emille Bell from the eighth century is on display and you must certainly stand in awe before the bell with such artistic beauty of design.

Then head to the world's oldest existing astronomical observatory, Cheomseongdae. Each stone used in the observatory bears symbolic meaning; the same number of the days of the year by lunar calendar, the number of the major stars, the months of the year and the numbers of the seasonal divisions. Nearby Tumuli Park encompasses 23 huge tomb mounds where Silla rulers were buried. One of the tombs, Cheonmachong, is opened to the public and you can go inside and see how the tombs were made and replicas of the treasures excavated in 1973.

Evening is highlighted with short beef ribs, one of the most famous dishes grilled over charcoal at the table. Strong flavors and seasoning, colorful presentation, informally served and eaten - just Korean way of dining experience.


Day 3 Busan (B L D)
Enjoy city tour of Busan exploring a fascinating Jagalchi fish market. Located on the downtown docks, this bustling market offers a wide variety of fish including sea bream, sea bass, snapper, saury, pollack, halibut, corvina, cutlass fish, mackerel, octopus, sea squirt, cuttlefish, frogfish, flounder, abalone, crab, shells, to name just a few, and a flexible pricing system, which makes it a big draw among locals and visitors alike. There are also many restaurants selling sliced raw fish at reasonable prices. Trying them here in the market is really a visual and culinary treat.

The neighboring block is BIFF square, packed with trendy shops movie theaters and even a walk of fame where famous stars and directors have pressed their handprints into the sidewalk.
A little further on is Gukjesijang where thousands of shops spill out into the busiest districts of Busan and a variety of items, including folk art, bags, clothes, food, kitchen utensils, and more are available at very reasonable prices. Discover all that local merchants have to offer, while enjoying the ambience of this massive market.

Afternoon is spent for sailing or deep sea fishing in a chartered private yatch.

An elegant buffet dinner on a cruise while enjoying an illuminated bridge and a superb night view of hustle bustle Busan - an innovative dining option fuelling winners for Busan's thriving night life. Prizes are awarded as you reminiscence over your time in Busan.

Day 4 Departure (B) 35km
With time to reflect on your surprise in your experience of Korea, you are transferred to the airport in time for your flight. By boarding you are already high above Gimhae heading for home.

Jejudo 4 days

Day 1 Arrive Jeju (D) 40km
On arrival, a private transfer to the hotel of choice. During private check in, a green tea from Jeju is service, followed by a folk art pillow gift. Evening is highlighted with short beef ribs, one of the most famous dishes grilled over charcoal at the table. Strong flavors and seasoning, colorful presentation, informally served and eaten - a Korean way of dining experience.

Day 2 Jeju (B L D) 140km
Enjoy a day exploring natural wonders as you heading westward. En route, stop at Bunjae Artpia and experience the Korea's only park specializing in Bunjae. Planted with more than 2000 Bunjae trees of 100 different species, it is the largest garden of its kind in the world. You will stand in awe of a 30-year-old pear tree no more than 40cm high bearing full-sized fruit, a 70-year-old Korean quince tree of the same stature, a 500-year-old juniper tree and a gnarled, twisted yew tree in its 200th year. It is a great venue to see all the different ways that Bunjae is created.

Next up is Sanbangsan, a magnificent trachyte cone abruptly rising 395 meters by the sea that lacks crater on its summit. As you approach, you will enjoy a breathtaking view of sheer rock of this mysterious hump in the distance. There are lovely temples on the lower grounds with a golden Buddha statue and a series of prayer wheels. A short climb up the steep slopes of Sanbangsan brings you to the tiny cubbyhole of the 10 meter cave with a small pool and a stone Buddha surrounded by burning candles. The grotto's aura is enchanting with the welcoming scent of incense hanging heavily and the sound of water steadily dripping into the pool. The views from the grotto over the coastal fields, offshore islands, and the ocean are absolutely stunning.

Tide permitting, explore Yongmeori Coast, a tuff ring outcropping into the sea showing the sedimentary structure of volcanic ash that was formed from hydrovolcanic eruptions. Following a steep natural staircase down, you will come across the rippled cliffs of brown and gray stone appeared to undulate towards and away from you. The contours of the high cliffs are unique, and their appearance is also interesting. This rare cliff formation along the coastal line, taking a shape of a dragon with its head up plunging into the ocean, offers a fascinating view with its seaside promenade of soaring, weather-blown cliffs along with the sea caves, vertical joints, bluffs and hollows.

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Dutch ship was wrecked nearby coastal waters on August 16, 1653 and of the 64 crewmembers only 36 survived. A duplicate of Dutch East India Company VOC-ship, The Sperwer with its rare exhibits, is on display on the dry land and the Hendrick Hamel Monument was erected where he came ashore. He was the first Western to write about Korea "The Journal of Hendrick Hamel" the improbable adventures of the surviving crewmembers of The Sperwer, giving the first detailed description of Korea that was unknown land to Europe.

Then enjoy an overall one hour hiking along the scenic coast to Oedolgae, a needle rock standing alone off the cliffy coast holding a sad legend of old fisherman. The trail features scenic cliffy coasts, offshore islands, ocean vistas and abundant wild flowers. Overall one hour walk along the gorgeous coastline leads to the rock creating a stunning view. The legend has it that a wife waited for her husband from fishing, but finally formed into the rock after a long waiting while the base of the rock is symbolic of her husband's body supposedly washed ashore. A group of pine trees and grasses inhabit the top of this needle rock, resembling human hair, gives impression that the old woman with sorrowful eyes and her open mouth still calls her husband.

Continue on to Cheonjiyeon waterfall cascading down a cliff 22m high and 12m wide into a pool inhabited by giant eels and surrounded by lush vegetation. The tour involves a short walk through subtropical woods, the home to more than 400 individual species of plants and animals. In fact, the diversified biosphere is one of the most unique on the island, making your walk so relaxing and enjoyable - a peaceful way to spend some time with nature.

Evening is highlighted with a full course abalone dinner, a special invitation to a gourmet cuisine. Abalones are harvested from the nearby clean waters, and served both raw and cooked with various dishes together - a delightful end to your time in Jeju.

Day 3 Jeju (B L D)
Enjoy a tour of Seongeup folk village which was once a hub of local administration in the period of Goryeo dynasty (918-1392) and where nearly 400 traditional thatched houses are still fully functioning. Standing tall near the entrance to the village are about 1,000-year-old Zelkova tree and 600-year-old hackberry trees that may well speak to the village history. Scattered among the village are many houses that you can enter yourself and look around. Jeongnang gates are some of good examples that represent a beautiful tradition and culture of this friendly people with No Thief, No Beggar, and No Gate. Water pots set in bamboo baskets, which were carried by women on their backs, and huge jars to keep the water from a distance are on display along with an idea of harvesting rainwater from the trees. Tongsi is a combination of a traditional outhouse privy, pigpen and manure factory. Although they have now disappeared, you will see a duplicate of Tongsi that was still used a few short decades ago. While not overly exciting, the tour gives you a chance to get a glimpse into some of Jeju's unique culture.

Then explore a true natural wonder this morning as you visit the UNESCO site of
Seongsan Ilchulbong, known as Sunrise Peak. You wil marvel at the island's largest volcanic rock cone surrounded on three sides by the ocean rising 182 meters strait from the water.
You may wish to climb this steep cone up to the spectacular crater surrounded by 99 basalt pinnacles which looks like crown from a distance and reflects marvelous scenery.

Balance of the day at your choice of team building activities
- Submarine
The tour starts off at Seogwipo with a boat ride out through the harbor for submarine docking. It is a special invitation to one of the most scenic underwater world in Korea. After settling down on the narrow benches facing glass window, the submarine slowly descends down the island cliff face. Any feelings of anxiety turn into excitement by the appearance of a diver swimming through followed by a huge group of fish. You will marvel at a magnificent underwater garden with coral reefs, star fish and a bountiful of several other fishes. About 30 minutes tour really is a unique experience enjoying the beauty of colorful underwater life. Then, you switch back to the boat and circumnavigate Munseom islet for a fancy rock formations. On your return, the tour stops at Cheonjiyeon waterfall, which involves a short walk through lovely woods, cascading down a cliff 22 meters high and 12 meters wide into a subtropical pool inhabited by giant eels, and surrounded by lush vegetation.

- Deep Sea Fishing
Weather permitting, it is a fascinating experience of deep sea fishing off the coast of world heritage tuff cone. You board a chartered fishing boat run by local fisherman who will be a captain himself with your English speaking guide accompanied and enjoy fishing. The fishing itself is fun and the scenery is gorgeous. Wish you a good luck! - A big catch. Perhaps, you may want to try sliced raw fish on the boat - a special treat with your catch in the clear water. Beside the joy of fishing, it is a great opportunity to gather together, collaborate, speak, share their thoughts and also have fun. Overall two hours activity on a small boat could be a part of your memory to bring home.

- Yachting
Enjoy sailing on the Jeju's southern coastal waters with time for swimming or fishing with wine and sanack served on board. You will drift under sail through turquoise waters, being pampered and waited on, sunning on deck and idly watching the indented cliffy coastlines and the distant Oreums and Hallasan mountain. Currently, two yachts ideal for 26 passengers with 8 fishing facility and one for 12 passengers with 5 fishing facility available.

- Oreum Trekking
The tour leads you to Darngshi Oreum, a parasitic volcano in Jeju word. There are 368 Oreums on the island. You will venture out well over 2-hour Darangshi Oreum Trekking. "Oreum" is a parasitic volcano in Jeju word. On the ground beside the Darangshi, there are thick weeds and cidars, but trees are sparse on the top of it. Darangshi is a rare example of an regular round contour with an asymmetrical slant. About 40 minutes fatiguing and inspiring walk brings you up to the rim of the impressive crater, where you will loop around the rim of 1.5km while enjoying the landscapes spreading below. Being closer to the summit, the rim gets narrower, and you will soon find yourself scaling on to the peak. The wind often gets stronger, but this refreshing air stimulates your senses. Not far from this Oreum is Bijarim, a dense evergreen forest of the pine tree Torreya cunifera. It is an oriental nutmeg forest known as the largest one in the world consisting of a single species. A total of 2,878 nutmeg trees that are between 300 to 800 years old with a height of 7 to 14 meters are growing on an area of 450,000㎡. And at the centre of the forest is a single specimen that is 800 years old and is the oldest tree on Jeju Island. A leisurely walk through this lovely forest is perhaps a perfect mix of your Oreum trekking.

- Pony back riding
Whether you are a beginner rider or a rider with experience horsemanship lessons and periodic reminders about safety while handling horses help avoid accidents and definitely keep riders safe. As the weather invites, you will be given a short course on riding before we go out on the trail. You must wear long pants - no shorts.  Boots or closed shoes with a small heel are preferred.  Sandals, clogs or open shoes are not allowed. The trail rides provide excitement as well as relaxation. Experience the scenic trails overlooking the rolling Oreums and ocean vistas and listen to the natural music of woods filled with a wide assortment of flora and fauna along with the sound of horses' hooves meeting the ground. Some of the trails have breathtaking views of this unique volcanic island. These trail rides are sure to please nature lovers and tourists alike. Trails winding through grassland and highland forests of fir and pine trees lend a certain surrealistic fairy-tale-world feel to trail rides.

In addition, more activities are available.
- Hot Air Ballooning
- Skin Scuba Diving
- Biking
- Temple Life
- Sightseeing

Evening is highlighted with an elegant buffet dinner. A unique encounter with all that is on a private yacht with a touch of liquor and a rice cake uniquely to Jeju - Prizes are awarded as you reminiscence over your time in Jeju.

Day 4 Departure (B) 40km
With time to reflect on your surprise in your experience of Korea, transfer to the airport in time for your flight.


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