Experience the South

Experience the South Korea president's summer house




Every Saturday





English speaking guide, Transportation, Admission Fee, Lunch


Personal Expenses. Travel insurance, All not to be mentioned above itinerary


* The programs are operated on fixed day as above with min.2pax

* Confirmed schedule is subject to change due to local circumstance as like weather, traffic, big events and season

* Above programs are based on joint Sit-in-Coach guided by bilingual speaking guide (English-Korean)

* Size of vehicle is subject to number of Pax on the travelling date

* Kindly note that we have no responsibility for your personal incidents and losses during all the tours.

Cancellation policy

Group (more than 10 persons)

> Paid 90days ~ 1month : 30% / 1month ~ 15days : 50% / 15days ~arrival date : 100%

FIT (less than 9 persons) > Paid deposit~14days : 10%  / 14days ~ 8days : 20% / 1week ~ arrival date : 100%


Day 1

Meeting And Departure

Meeting at parking lot next to Dongwha duty free shop at exit number 6 of Gwanghwamun subway station at 07:30am

Cheongnamdae Presidential Villa

The Cheongnamdae, which means "Cheong Wa Dae in a warm southern land," was once a private villa used by presidents of Korea.

For the past 20 years, it served as a place where five successive presidents could rest or make political plans in a natural environment. 


Korean local restaurant - Ssambap(Leaf Wraps and Rice) or Korean beef&mushroom stew

Munui Cultural Properties Site

The site is used as a history education venue as it contains traditional Korean pub restaurants, noblemen’s houses, commoners’ houses, a smithy, and an inn. 

Cheongwon-gun’s Munui Cultural Properties Site for Folk Cultural Relics, a Local Cultural Monument where the Past, the Future, and the Present Co-exist

Cheongju Early Printing Museum (Heungdeoksaji Temple Site)

This early printing museum, located on the site of Heungdeoksa Temple in which Jikji, the world's oldest extant book, printed by movable metal type, was printed, was founded on March 17, 1992. Since the technology’s inception, Korea has substantially developed its metal-type printing methods. In this museum, approximately 650 artifacts including ancient movable metal and wooden print books from the Goryeo and Joseon periods, relics from the Heungdeoksaji Temple site (흥덕사지) and printing tools are on display. Here, visitors can learn about the history of the Korean printing technologies and culture. 

In addition to exhibition, the museum has been promoted to hold the Cheongju International Printing & Publishing Fair, to study early printing culture and printing types and to publish museum journals and early printing-related papers.

Metal type printed trainning center

Experience making book

Transfer to Seoul

Arrive Dongwha duty free shop at exit number 6 of Gwanghwamun at around 20:00

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