FALL IN KOREA
DAY1. GWANGJANG MARKET ai??i?? CHEONGGYE STREAM
The nationai??i??s first permanent traditional market. Established in 1905, the market today is home to more than 5,000 stores selling fabric,
bedding, handmade crafts, ibaji food, and hanbok. Many of Gwangjangai??i??s stores and alleys have remained unchanged from the way they
were in the past.
Until it was restored in 2005, Cheonggyecheon Stream existed only as a neglected waterway hidden by an overpass. Today, it has been transformed into
a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life. Along the stream, it will be a good promenade and you can mingle with Seoulites enjoying
natural stream in the metropolitan city, Seoul.
DAY2. MT. NAEJANG W/ CABLE CAR ai??i?? AUTUMN TUNNEL
Naejangsan National Park was designated as the 8th national park in Korea in 1971. It is one of the five representative mountains on Honam, as well as one of the eight most beautiful places in Korea.
Naejangsan National Park has native flora such as the Muscle tree, Alien oak, Mongolian oak, Giant dogwood, and Maple and is the northern limit for the autogenous growth of southern plants such as the Nutmeg tree and Sloumi, A total of 919 plants species are reported,. As for the animal species, there are a total of 1,880 animal species including 12 endangered species such as the Small-eared cat and Yellow-necked marten.
DAY3. BAEYANGSA TEMPLE ai??i?? JUKNOKWON ai??i?? METASEQUOIA LINED ROAD
Founded during the reign of King Mu of the Baekje Dynasty (632), Baekyangsa Temple is located within Naejangsan National Park. The combination of the mountain and valleys on both sides creates beautiful scenery. Nature reveals its beauty throughout all seasons here especially the red maple leaves during the fall.
Juknokwon in Damyang is a bamboo forest cultivated by the town of Damyang. Seonginsan Mountain behind Damyang Hyanggyo (Confucian school) was transformed into Juknokwon Bamboo Garden featuring a beautiful artificial waterfall, pavilion, walking paths and an eco-exhibition center, a popular destination for visitors.
Metasequoia trees were planted along the street in the early 1970s. Now, the trees have grown so high that they seem to block out the sun! Thanks to these stately trees, in 2002 the Korea Forest Service selected the boulevard as one of the most beautiful roads in Korea.
DAY4. UNJUSA TEMPLE ai??i?? BOSEONG GREEN TEA PLANTATION
Unjusa Temple is unlike other temples in that it has unusual Buddha statues and pagodas ai??i?? it is often referred to as a mysterious temple. The founder of Unjusa Temple is not known but it is speculated that it was built during the Silla Period (BC 57~935).
Boseong has been a tea plantation area since the days of the Japanese occupation, and with its long history comes large plantations, their traditions, and highly skilled workers. The most famous of these is the Daehan Dawon Plantation.
DAY5. NAKANEUPSEONG FOLK VILLAGE ai??i?? SUNCHEON BAY GARDEN – SEOUL
When you enter the front gate of Naganeupseong Folk Village, on the east side of the castle (called ai???Nakpung-ruai???), you see a straight road leading to town. Follow along this road and you will come across the General Im Kyeong-Eop Monument, resource center, and other interesting sites. You may also walk to the end of this road, climb up to the castle itself, and walk along the castle wall to the south. The entire castle is exceptionally well-preserved, and you can view the whole town from the top level.
The Suncheon Bay Garden was established in order to turn 1.12 square kilometers of natural habitat into a conservation area, where it houses over 505 species of trees and 113 species of flowers. Especially, the numerous groups of tulips and royal azaleas are truly a sight to see. In addition, the nearby 30,000-square-meter field of canola flowers is in full bloom in May, which creates a beautiful yellow “wave” of color and trees make a great shades of canopy for the area. Ai??Ai??Overnight Seoul
DAY6. DEOKSUGUNG PALACE W/ GUARD CHANGING CEREMONY ai??i?? BUKAK SKYWAY – OUT
Located at the corner of Seoul’s busiest downtown intersection, Deoksugung Palace is famous for its elegant stone-wall road. It is also the only palace that sits alongside a series of western style buildings that add to the uniqueness of the surrounding scenery.
(Royal guard changing ceremony: 11am/2pm/3.30pm, Duration: 15min. Closed on Monday)
The 19km-long Bugak Skyway runs along the northeast ridge of Bugaksan Mountain.
The road offers lovely views of Bukhansan Mountainai??i??s Bibong Peak and Munsubong Peak on one side and Namsan Mountain on the other side. The skyway leads to an octagonal pavilion at the top called Palgakjeong, where visitors can get a panoramic view of the city, take photos, and have a meal or coffee while enjoying the scenery.
|a?s Package price Included||1) 5 X Nights TWN/DBL accommodation and daily hotel breakfast
2) RT airport transfer + tours (incl. all entrance fees)
3) Land Tour with an English speaking driving guide
|a?s Tour Conditions||1) Minimum 4pax to go
2) Rates valid from 01st Sep. ai??i?? 30th Nov. 2016
** Autumn leaves will not be turned red depend on the date and region.
3) Price subject to change from 9th Sep. to 18th Sep. 2016
4) Reservation limited