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From Seoul: Yongpyong Ski Day Tour with Transportation

1. From Seoul: Yongpyong Ski Day Tour with Transportation

Visit Korea's "Best Skiing Destination" with this hassle-free Yongpyong ski tour from Seoul. Best experience for those who want to experience the winter Olympics venue. Enjoy up to 6 hours of snow sports and winter activities. Discover 28 different slope options with various difficulties to suit all levels of skiers and snowboarders. You can enjoy tasty Korean food, spa treatments, experience Korean culture, and other activities during your stay. Enjoy the 3 flexible options, and you can find the one that fits you the most. • Basic Ski Tour An excellent choice for complete novices or first-time skiers, this option includes all essential equipment. Essential equipment includes ski poles, boots, skis, and gloves. You can rent a suit (clothes) or buy a ski pass at your expense. In addition, you'll enjoy a 30-minute beginner’s lesson to start to enjoy most of the slopes. • Full Tour With this option, you will receive ski poles, boots, skis, gloves, and ski suit (clothes). Take a two-hour skiing lesson and a ski lift pass to try out all the slopes you feel you can handle. For those who already know how to ski, this is your go-to option. • Shuttle Only Choose this option to enjoy the resort, find the K-drama shooting scene sites, play in the snow, or watch your family and friends ski or sled.

From Seoul: 5D4N All Over Korea, UNESCO, Culture & Nature

2. From Seoul: 5D4N All Over Korea, UNESCO, Culture & Nature

Embark on an unforgettable 5-day journey through Korea's rich history, vibrant culture, and breathtaking natural beauty. Departing from Seoul's Gwanghwamun, your adventure begins in Gongju, where you'll explore UNESCO World Heritage Sites like the Tomb of King Muryeong and Gongsanseong Fortress. Then, immerse yourself in traditional Korean culture in Jeonju, staying near the charming Hanok Village. Day two takes you to Gwangju, the birthplace of Korea's modern democratic movement. Pay your respects at the May 18th National Cemetery before heading to Suncheon to visit the stunning Suncheon Bay Garden. The day concludes in the port city of Yeosu, where you'll walk the historic path of Admiral Yi Sun-sin. On the third day, you'll visit the Jinjuseong Fortress, historically linked to the Japanese invasion in 1592. Then, it's off to Busan, where you'll explore the city's largest seafood market, Jagalchi Fish Market, and take in the views at Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park. The day ends in Gyeongju, where you'll check into your hotel. Day four is filled with UNESCO sites. Start with the Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple in Gyeongju, then head to Andong Hahoe Village, a living museum of Joseon Dynasty architecture and culture. The day concludes in Pyeongchang, where you'll check into your hotel for some leisure time. The final day of your tour takes you to Mt. Seorak National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Preservation District. Marvel at the jade-like water flowing through the valleys and the peaks breaking through the clouds. Optionally, take a cable car to Gwongeumseong fortress for an even more spectacular view. The tour concludes with a transfer back to Seoul. This tour is a perfect blend of history, culture, and nature, offering a comprehensive and immersive Korean experience. Book now and create memories that will last a lifetime! Full itinerary as below:Day1: Donghwa Duty-Free Shop Building, Gwanghwamun, Seoul→ Depart to Gongju / Visit The Tomb of King Muryeong (UNESCO)→ Gongsanseong Fortress (UNESCO)→ Depart to Jeonju→ Hotel check-in,close by Jeonju Hanok Village Hotel: Jeonju Ramada hotel or similar Day2: Breakfast at hotel → Transfer to Gwangju, birthplace of Korea's democratic movement→ Visit May 18th National Cemetery → Suncheon Bay Garden→ Yeosu and Historic Site of Admiral Yi Sun-sin’s Path→ Hotel check-in Hotel: Ramada Plaza by Wyndham Yeosu or similar Day3: Breakfast at hotel → Jinjuseong Fortress – Chokseoknu edifice→ Move to Busan→ Jagalchi Fish Market, Busan’s largest seafood market→ Haeundae Beach and Dongbaek Park Tour→ Gyeongju→ Hotel check-in Hotel: Gyeongju Commodore Hotel or similar Day4: Breakfast at hotel → Seokguram Grotto (UNESCO), visit the beautiful temple and heritage→ Bulguksa Temple(UNESCO) → Andong Hahoe Folk Village(UNESCO), preserved Joseon Dynasty's ancient housing (Visit by Queen Elizabeth II)→ Pyeongchang → Hotel check-in Hotel: Ramada Hotel PyeongChang or similar Day5: Breakfast at hotel → Pyeongchang→ Mt. Seorak National Park (UNESCO), Korea's most famous national park (Could be skipped in OCT)→ Biosphere Preservation District → Cable car to Gwongeumseong Fortress (Optional for Shinheungsa temple)→ Gwanghwamun, Seoul at 17:00 PM

South Korea Seamless eSIM Data Plan for Travelers

3. South Korea Seamless eSIM Data Plan for Travelers

Discover the ease of traveling in South Korea with our specialized eSIM data plan. Designed for travelers, this plan offers instant high-speed internet access upon your arrival, simplifying your journey through this vibrant and technologically advanced nation. Unique Selling Points: Instant Connectivity: Quick eSIM activation for immediate internet access. Comprehensive Coverage: Enjoy uninterrupted high-speed internet in cities, rural areas, and popular tourist destinations. Flexible Data Plans: Various data options to suit your travel length and needs. Easy Setup: Hassle-free activation, compatible with a wide range of smartphones. Itinerary/Features: Upon landing in South Korea, activate your eSIM in a few simple steps. Stay connected as you navigate through bustling streets of Seoul, explore traditional palaces, or relax in the serene landscapes of Jeju Island. Our eSIM keeps you online for maps, information, and social media sharing throughout your trip. 24/7 customer support ensures a smooth, connected travel experience.

From Seoul: Pyeongchang Trout Festival

4. From Seoul: Pyeongchang Trout Festival

Your day begins with a meet-up at downtown Seoul, you'll travel to the Pyeongchang Trout Festival, an annual event held in Pyeongchang-gun, the largest trout producer in Korea. You'll spend your day at the heart of the festival, engaging in various winter activities. The highlight of this experience is the chance to try open-air ice fishing or tent fishing. Capture your trout, and you can have it expertly grilled or served as sashimi at the festival's dedicated grill center, allowing you to relish the fresh flavors right on the spot. While the fishing experiences are a big draw, the festival offers even more to keep you entertained. You can engage in thrilling activities like ice sledding, ice skating, and bumper cars, suitable for all ages. It's a chance to make wonderful winter memories with your loved ones. Wrap up your snowy adventures with a hassle-free return to downtown Seoul—don't miss the Pyeongchang Trout Festival for an authentic and memorable winter escape! This exclusive tour is available from January 2nd to January 29th on weekdays. Unfortunately, weekend tours are not available due to heavy traffic congestion. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. We look forward to welcoming you on weekdays for a memorable experience!

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