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  • The participants who made a daily city tour must show up at the Tour Desk at least 10 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time.
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“Joe” Gwi Nam CHO (Mr)
Deputy General Manager of In-Bound Sales Team
HANJIN TRAVEL SERVICE
5Fl. Hanjin New Bldg., 51, Sogong-dong, Jung-gu, Seoul 100-070, Korea
Tel: +82-2-726-5541
Fax: +82-2-773-1623
Email: gncho@kaltour.com

 
 
 

Cancellation must be made to Hanjin Travel in writing and the following penalty shall apply.

<Daily Optional Tours>

*Cancellation received 30 days before the tour date: No penalty
*Cancellation received 7~29 days before the tour date: 20% of the listed tour fee
*Cancellation received 2~6 days before the tour date: 30% of the listed tour fee
*Cancellation received 1 day before the tour date: 50% of the listed tour fee
*Cancellation received after tour departure or no-show: 100% of the listed tour fee


< Post-Conference Tours>

*Cancellation received 30 days before the tour date: No penalty
*Cancellation received 7~29 days before the tour date: 30% of the listed tour fee
*Cancellation received 1~6 days before the tour date: 50% of the listed tour fee
*Cancellation received after tour departure or no-show: 70% of the listed tour fee

 
 
 
 
  • Date & time: May 20, 21, 23 / 13:00~17:30
  • Price per person: US$55
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 - Cheongwadae “Presidential residence” Road - Gyeongbokgung Palace & Nat’l Folk Museum - Insadong Antique Alley - Back to the venue
 

[Description]

Gyeongbokgung Palace - Built in 1394 as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) by its founder King Taejo, it is the most comprehensive and grandest of the five palaces of the Joseon Dynasty.

National folk museum of Korea - located within Gyeongbokgung palace, the museum is a showcase of the lifestyle of the Korean people from the prehistoric age to the Josen Dynasty, displaying items of everyday use, funerary objects, major works of art, and replicas.

Insadong - located in the middle of the city, is an important place where old but precious and traditional goods are on display.  There is one main road in Insa-dong with alleys on each side.  Within these alleys are galleries, traditional restaurants, traditional teahouses, and cafes.  The shops in Insa-dong are very popular among all age groups, because each store is unique.  The galleries are the heartbeat of Insa-dong.  There are about 100 galleries in the area and you can see every example of Korean traditional fine art from paintings to sculptures.

 
 
  • Date & time: May 20, 21 / 13:00~16:30
  • Price per person: US$35
    (Minimum 20 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes private bus, English speaking guide
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 - Olympic Road -Seoul Worldcup Stadium - Cheongwadae “Presidential residence” Road - Gyeongbokgung Palace - Dongdaemun Market - Cheonggaecheon Stream - Seoul Plaza - Back to the venuee
 

[Description]

Gyeongbokgung Palace - Built in 1394 as the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) by its founder King Taejo, it is the most comprehensive and grandest of the five palaces of the Joseon Dynasty.

Cheonggaecheon Stream
Cheonggyecheon Stream used to exist merely as an overpass neglected in 1970 until it was restored in 2005, becoming a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life.

DongdaemunMarket - some of the greatest bargains can be found at Dongdaemun Market, a large area packed with small shops and big malls. Some ten or so modern clothing malls have sprung up among the long established older markets. Shops are open all night, brightly lit and playing cheerful music. Dongdaemun Market has become famous for having similar clothing to department stores at very reasonable price

 
 
  • Date & time: May 20, 22, 23 / 0900-1800
  • Price per person: US$90
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes Lunch, Private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 - Korean Folk Village - Lunch - Suwon Hwaseong Fortress - Back to the venue
 

[Description]

Korean Folk Village - is a living museum that recreates the lifestyle of several centuries ago. There are potters, weavers, blacksmiths, and other artisans who practice their trades in traditional fashion. There are also 240 traditional houses and a small amphitheater for folk music and dance performance.

Suwon Hwaseong Fortress - Included on UNESCO’s list of World Cultural Heritage in 1997, Hwaseong Fortress embraces the downtown area of Suwon. It is a well-preserve architecture of the Joseon Dynasty built of stone and oven-baked bricks over two years from 1794 during the reign of King Jwongjo.

 
 
  • Date & time: May 22, 23 / 09:00~18:00
  • Price per person: US$95
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes Lunch, Private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012- Nami Island - Lunch - Garden of Morning Calm - Back to the venue
 

[Description]

Namiseom Island is 63 km away from Seoul in the direction of Chuncheon, and is famous for its beautiful tree lined roads.  The island is 30 minutes away from Chuncheon and an hour away from suburbs of Seoul. Since it is not far from Seoul, many couples and families come to visit.  A special feature of Namiseom Island is that there are no telephone poles. This is because all electric wires were built underground to keep the natural feeling of the landscape. The complex is 553,560 square yards with chestnut trees and poplar trees around the isle.

The Garden of the Morning Calm
is where the beauty of Korea has been planted into a garden.  The arboretum opened in 1996 through the efforts of horticulture professor Han Sang-Kyeong of the Sayuk University, with the dream of creating a uniquely Korean garden known for its curves and balance. “Achim Goyo (Morning Calm)” comes from the Indian poet Tagore, praising Korea as the country of the morning calm.  The naming emphasizes the importance put on creating a uniquely Korean beauty in the garden.
The arboretum is composed of 10 theme-based gardens.  About 1,000 different kinds of flowers and plants greet their visitors in each season, and it was used as the background for the movie “Pyeonji” (Letter).

 
 
  • Date & time: May 23 / 09:30~17:40
  • Price per person: US$80
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes Private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAT 2012 - Changdeokgung Palace & Huwon Garden - Seoul Museum of History (Exhibition hall 3 presents a bird’s eye view of Seoul using a precise model built to a scale of 1/1,500) -Enjoy Taekwondo Cultural Performance -- Back to the venue
 

[ Description]

Changdeokgung Palace and Huwon - Changdeokgung Palace is the second royal villa built after Gyeongbukgung Palace in 1405. Changdeokgung was the principal palace for many of the Joseon kings, and is the best preserved among the five remaining royal Joseon palaces. The rear garden that was used as a place of rest by the kings boasts a gigantic tree that is over 300 years old, a small pond, and a pavilion. The palace grounds are comprised of a public palace area, a royal family residence building, and the rear garden.
The World Cultural Heritage Committee also designated Changdeokgung Palace as a World Cultural Heritage in December of 1997 in Napoli, Italy.

Taekwondo Cultural Performance
Korea’s Taekwondo is an internationally known martial arts being taught in 181 countries worldwide, and has a following of over 70,000,000.
At Gyeonghuigung, Taekwondo culture performances are held twice a week (Wednesdays and Saturdays). The cultural performances present Taekwondo with classical Korean music, along with Samullori (a traditional Korean percussion quartet), under the subtitle ‘Taekwondo, Riding the Melodies of Classical Korean Music’. Also included in the performance is Kukkiwon’s traditional Taekwondo performance.

 
 
  • Date & time: May 22, 23 / 07:50~18:00
  • Price per person: US$95
    (You must bring your passport with you for the tour)
  • Price includes Lunch, Private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 - DMZ Tour (The 3rd Underground Tunnel / Unification Observatory) - Shopping at Amethyst factory & shop - Back to the venue
 

[Description]

DMZ
It has been over 50 years since the outbreak of the Korean War and the drawing of the 155-mile cease-fire line from the East Sea to the Yellow Sea, which created the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Symbolizing both war and peace, and division and unification, the DMZ is a place where time has come to a stop. Today, it is a heaven for rare animals, birds and plants in one of the few places where nature remains undisturbed.

 
 
 
  • Date & time: May 21, 22 / 13:30~18:00
  • Price per person: US$105
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes Private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 - Samsung Museum of Art “LEEUM” - Enjoy performance “Jump”- - Back to the venue
 

[Description]

Leeum, overlooking Hangang River, is located at Namsan.  Leeum is made up of three themes, the past, present, and future arts and culture.
Samsung Leeum’s Museum 1 was designed by the Swiss architect Mario Botta with Korea’s traditional porcelain as its motif.  The French architect Jean Nouvel, with progressive technology and materials, designed Museum 2, housing contemporary art, and the Child Education & Culture Center was designed by the Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas.
Each of the three buildings reflects the individuality of its designers.  With the use of diverse materials and progressive technology, the buildings themselves are works of art.  Mario Bottas utilizes solid forms of terracotta, symbolizing earth and fire, to express the beauty of Korea’s porcelain in Museum 1.  Jean Nouvels is the world’s first to use rusted steel and glass in Museum 2.  Rem Koolhaas’ black concrete structure creates abstract space and reflects his futuristic architectural design.

JUMP
The musical JUMP is a non-verbal performance that is based on the traditional movements of taekwondo, a Korean form of martial arts. The performance has been receiving great reviews and earned the top box office award at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2005.

 
 
  • Date & time: May 21 / 19:00~23:00
  • Price per person: US$65
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary: Gathering at the Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 - Han River Cruise - Dongdaemun Market - Back to the venue
 

[Description]

Han River Cruise - A symbol of Seoul, the Han River runs through Seoul east to west, with an average depth of 2.5m andwidth fo 175m. The riveris crossed by 22bridges and there are excursion boats plying between Yeouido and Jamsil.

DongdaemunMarket - some of the greatest bargains can be found at Dongdaemun Market, a large area packed with small shops and big malls. Some ten or so modern clothing malls have sprung up among the long established older markets. Shops are open all night, brightly lit and playing cheerful music. Dongdaemun Market has become famous for having similar clothing to department stores at very reasonable price

 
 
  • Date: May 21~22, 2012 (2 days & 1 night)
  • Price per person: US$345 (TWN room sharer) / US$425 (SGL room user)
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes hotel, meal, private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary:
    May 21 Meet a tour guide at Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 (9 am) - Leave Seoul for Gyeongju by KTX - Gyeongju Museum - Tumuli Park - Anapji Pond (L)
    May 22 Bulguksa Temple - Seokguram Grotto - Return to Seoul by KTX & Drive to COEX (B/L)
 

[Description]

As the capital of the Silla Kingdom for almost a thousand years, Gyeongju preserves vast amount of significant and fascinating historical heritages. Along with Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto, the Gyeongju Historical District has been designated as a World Heritage by UNESCO. Due to the bountiful historical, natural and cultural attractions, this region has long been a major tourist destination in Korea.

 
 
  • Date: May 21~22, 2012 (2 days & 1 night)
  • Price per person: US$535 (TWN room sharer) / US$630 (SGL room user)
    (Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes hotel, meal, domestic air (Seoul/Jeju/Seoul), private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary:
    May 21 Meet a tour guide at Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 (9 am) - Fly to Jeju Island - Jeju History & Folklore Museum - Doggabi Road - Enjoy the performance “Polypark” (L)
    May 22 Seongsan Sunrise Peak - Jusangjeolli Cliff - O Sullic Tea Museum - Fly back to Seoul - Drive to COEX (B/L)

[Description]

Jeju Special Self-Governing Province is the premier tourist destination in Korea and has changed its name from Jeju island into Jeju Special Self-Governing Province. Scenic beaches, waterfalls, cliffs and caves lie in harmony, and the mild weather makes Jeju island an even more ideal tourist destination. Mt. Hallasan in Jeju island has flora and fauna of both temperate and tropical varieties, coexisting on the mountain. The Jungmun Tourist Complex is a comprehensive tourist resort and provides top-quality accommodations and tourist facilities.

 
 
 
  • Date: May 24 ~ 26, 2012 (3 days & 2 nights)
  • Price per person: US$505 (TWN room sharer) / US$620 (SGL room user / several persons share the room at temple)
    -(Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes hotel, meal, private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary:
    May 24 Meeting at North Gate of COEX (9am) - Depart for Mt. Soraksan Nat’l Park- Gwongeumseong Fortress which can be reached by cable car - Sinheungsa Temple - Jumunjin Port Fish Market - Drive to Alpensia, venue of 2018 Pyeongchang- Winter Olympic Game (L)
    May 25 Observatory at Ski Jumping Tower - Alpine Coaster Ride - Drive to Woljeongsa Temple & start the templestay program (Orientation/Meditation/Worship/Talking with a Buddhist monk)
    May 26 Templestay Program (Worship/Meditation) - Depart for Seoul & finish the tour
 

[Description]

Also called as Mt. Soraksan and Mt. Seolbongsan, the mountains were named Seorak because the snow would not melt for a long period of time and its rocks stay white like snow.  In November 1965, the Seoraksan Mountains district was designated as a Natural Monument preservation area.
Afterwards in December 1973, it was designated as park preservation area, and in August 1982, as a Biosphere Preservation District by UNESCO.
The park is spread about in 4 cities and counties, in Sokcho, Inje, Goseong and Yangyang.  Featuring the highest peak Daecheongbong, the east side is called OeSeorak and the west is called NaeSeorak, which is divided again into North NaeSeorak and South NaeSeorak.  North NaeSeorak is composed of Bukcheon stream, which flows to Ingyecheon stream and Baekdamcheon stream.  There are numerous valleys in NaeSeorak. 

Pyeongchang is located only about 182 kilometers, a two and a half hours drive, from Seoul. Its gorgeous natural scenery and favorable climate draw tourists all year round. In summer, people come to enjoy the refreshing mountains and valley streams; in the winter, the town comes alive with winter sport enthusiasts who rush to the area’s ski resorts, which are some of the best in the nation.
Venues where the events of the 2018 Winter Games will be held are located in Pyeongchang, Gangneung, and Jeongseon, all of which are within 30 minutes of each other by car. Apart from offering optimal conditions for the Olympic competitions, these areas are also treasure troves of activities and attractions.

Templestay is an experience designed to help people understand Korean Buddhism. The temple stay offers a visitor a real life view into the Buddhist lifestyle. A visitor will get the opportunity to experience the Dharma ceremony in the morning to traditional dinners with Buddhist monks in the evening.
According to a recent New York Times piece “In South Korea, Immersion in Buddhist Austerity”, Catherine Price, the author, immersed herself in a typical Korean cultural event, a Buddhist temple stay. “The program aims to allow visitors to sample ordained lifestyles and experience the mental training and cultural experience of Korea’s ancient Buddhist tradition”. A person visiting a Buddhist temple should not expect the comforts of home or access to the internet; instead they should expect a simple pair of paints and vests, along with sun hats and blue plastic slippers.
Based on Price’s article, a guest will find many activities to choose from. These activities range from walking meditations through temple grounds, calligraphy practice, a traditional Buddhist meal ceremony, stone rubbings and beautiful hikes. Most temples are within a few hours drive from Seoul. A visitor can also use public transportation to visit the various Buddhist Temples

 
 
  • Date: May 24 ~ 26, 2012 (3 days & 2 nights)
  • Price per person: US$690 (TWN room sharer) / US$880(SGL room user)
    -(Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes hotel, meal, domestic air (Seoul/Jeju/Seoul), private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary:
    May 24 Meet a tour guide at Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 (9 am) - Fly to Jeju Island - Jeju History & Folklore Museum - Doggabi Road - Enjoy the performance “Polypark” (L)
    May 25 Seongsan Sunrise Peak - Jusangjeolli Cliff - O Sullic Tea Museum - Fly back to Seoul (B/L)
    May 26 Departure transfer to the ICN on your own (Airport bus ticket will be provided) (B)

[Description]

Jeju Special Self-Governing Province is the premier tourist destination in Korea and has changed its name from Jeju Island into Jeju Special Self-Governing Province. Scenic beaches, waterfalls, cliffs and caves lie in harmony, and the mild weather makes Jeju island an even more ideal tourist destination. Mt. Hallasan in Jeju Island has flora and fauna of both temperate and tropical varieties, coexisting on the mountain. The Jungmun Tourist Complex is a comprehensive tourist resort and provides top-quality accommodations and tourist facilities.

 
 
 
  • Date: May 24 ~ 26, 2012 (3 days & 2 nights)
    Price per person: US$605 (TWN room sharer) / US$765 (SGL room user)
    -(Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes hotel, meal, private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary:
    May 24 Meet a tour guide at Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 (9 am) - Leave Seoul for Gyeongju by KTX - Gyeongju Museum - Tumuli Park - Anapji Pond (L)
    May 25 Bulguksa Temple - Seokguram Grotto - Depart for Busan - Busan Tower - Jagalchi Fish Market (B/L)
    May 26 Return to Seoul by KTX & finish the whole tour (B)
 

[Description]

As the capital of the Silla Kingdom for almost a thousand years, Gyeongju preserves vast amount of significant and fascinating historical heritages. Along with Bulguksa Temple and Seokguram Grotto, the Gyeongju Historical District has been designated as a World Heritage by UNESCO. Due to the bountiful historical, natural and cultural attractions, this region has long been a major tourist destination in Korea.

Busan is Korea’s principal port and second largest city. It is the primary port for ferry service to Japan. As an international port city with a population of 3.8million, Busan has first-class hotels and restaurants to match its excellent beaches, outstanding shopping and sightseeing areas.

 
 
 
  • Date: May 24 ~ 27, 2012 (4 days & 3 nights)
  • Price per person: US$676 (TWN room sharer) / US$916 (SGL room user)
    -(Minimum 10 persons are necessary for tour to take place)
  • Price includes hotel, meal, private bus, English speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary
  • Itinerary:
    May 24 Meet a tour guide at Tour Desk of ISCAS 2012 (9 am) - Leave Seoul for Jeonju via Sangsu Hab Land, Buyeo Museum, Nakhwaam Cliff (L)
    May 25 Depart for Yeosu - Enjoy EXPO 2012 Yeosu (B/L)
    May 26 Seonamsa Temple - Nakaneupseong Folk Village - Boseong Tea Plantation - Return to Seoul (B/L)
    May 27 Departure transfer to the ICN on your own (Airport bus ticket will be provided) (B)
 
[Description]

Following the Daejeon Expo in 1993, the Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea is the nation’s second expo to be recognized by the BIE (Bureau of International Exhibitions). The expo’s seaside Yeosu City venue highlights the main focus of the expo: the ocean and its value as a natural resource.
Exhibition centers of the Expo 2012 Yeosu Korea include the Theme Center, Korea Center, Sub-theme Center (Climate Change & Environment, Ocean Industry & Technology, Ocean Civilization, Ocean City and Ocean Creatures), International Center, and Aquarium. Each center has its own unique color and contents that expand upon the grand theme of the expo, “The Living Ocean and Coast.”
The 2012 Expo Yeosu Korea will serve as a timely reminder to the global community of the value of the sea, which is closely linked to the very existence of the human race. Many also hope that the expo will be a chance for nations to come together and discuss a new, unified vision for the world’s ocean environment