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DAY 1: SINGAPORE Incheon International Airport (B/ON BOARD)
Assemble at Changi International Airport today for a comfortable flight to South Korea- Incheon airport.
DAY 2: Incheon-（Song yue Dong village）-Seoul （Namshan Park + Love Lock）KTX Busan (L/D）
Hotel: Asti Busan Hotel or Similar
Upon arrival, you will be welcomed by our local tour guide and head to Song yue Dong village in the past there are many pine trees, this is also known as pine by the appreciation of the moon is particularly beautiful and named. In recent years, because of the outflow of young people, making the village gradually decline to improve the community environment, use of flowers and the world famous fairy tale as the theme, to create a fairy tale village.Namshan Park & Love Lock Wall the most popular TV series "Pop Garden" filming location, lock the wall with tens of thousands of love locks, becoming a representative love spot in Korea. N Seoul Tower is a famous spot for viewing the night view of Korea and is known as the symbol of Seoul. After that transfer to KTX station to Busan.
DAY 3: Busan (Gamcheon Culture Village/Songdo Skywalk/Haedong Yonggungsa Temple/Nurimaru APEC House/Jagalchi Market/BIFF) (B/L/D）
Hotel: Asti Busan Hotel or Similar
After breakfast, proceed to he highlight of today is the visit to Gamcheon Culture Village with a panoramic view of the village famous for its brightly colour terrace houses spread across the face of a steep hill looking out to the sea.Songdo Skywalk is a short trail over Songdo Beach, Korea's first official beach located in the western Busan.While most of the "Skywalk" trails in Korea are straight shaped, Songdo Skywalk has a curved shape similar to a dragon.Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was founded in 1376 by the master of King Gongmin of Goryeo, and was originally named Bomunsa Temple. It is one of the three holy places of Guanyin in Korea. Because of the combination of sea, dragon and Guanyin Buddha, this place has a deeper religious meaning than other places. Legend has it that as long as you pray sincerely at Haedong Yonggungsa Temple, the Bodhisattva will appear in a dream and make a wish come true. Nurimaru APEC House The APEC Memorial Hall, which was built on December 31, 2005 to commemorate the success of the APEC meeting, is equipped with an electronic roster of tourists, making it a symbolic tourist attraction in Busan, an international conference city. Jagalchi Market located on the seaside road in Busan's Jung-gu, is Korea's largest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish. After the Korean War, the market solidified itself as a fish market. Most of the people who sell fish are women, so the vendors here are called Jagalchi Ajumma, "ajumma" meaning middle-aged or married woman in Korean. BIFF Square is a well-known food paradise. One of the most popular specialities at BIFF Square, often seen in Korean TV shows (including Running Man) and Asian travel/food TV shows is Ssiat Hotteok (Korean sweet pancake stuffed with seeds). Long lines of customers queued at the popular stalls visited by celebrities. This yummy Ssiat Hotteok is a must-try in Busan!
DAY 4: Busan - Gangwon-do（ Nami Island /Chuncheon Myeongdong Street/Daepohang Port.）（B/L/D）
Hotel:Lake Ocean Resort or Similar
Nami Island is an inland island formed by the flood of the North Han River when the Qingping Reservoir was built in 1944. It is located at the junction of Gyeonggi-do and Gangwon-do.Chuncheon Myeongdong Street. This popular street is in the heart of downtown Chuncheon.
Fast-food restaurants, movie theaters, and nightclubs all pack the streets of this hip area. This street was originally known as Joyang-dong Street. The current name, Myeong-dong Street, comes from Seoul’s hippest shopping district, Myeong-dong. The famous food street, with many tasty Dakgalbi restaurants is located right behind this shopping street. Jungang Market and Chuncheon’s underground shopping district are two of the most popular places here. The Jungang Market dates back to 1962 and quickly became the biggest general market around, with items ranging from Korea’s traditional garb of the hanbok to clothing for middle-aged people. The underground market area has plenty of places to eat and has shops selling clothing, handbags, shoes, and accessories. With around 300 shops, this market area is much larger and livelier than Myeong-dong Street. Located on the southern most point of Sokcho are the many raw fish restaurants and dried fish shops of Daepohang Port. This bustling port has become one of the most popular tourist spots for those in search of the freshest raw fish restaurants. At Daepohang Port it is said that the Seorak Mountains and the East Sea are gifts from nature. The port is filled with raw fish restaurants and a live fish market containing eel, flatfish, flounder, yellowtail, and plethora of other high-end seafood. Furthermore, the abundance of local dishes that can be found lining the streets includes ojingeo sundae (Korean sausage in a squid) and gamja songpyeon (steamed rice cake with potato filling). For raw fish lovers that are in the Sokcho area, Daepohang Port is the place to be. Nearby tourist attractions include Seorak Sunrise Park and Tourism Submarine. These are all great places to stop by while visiting the Seoraksan Mountains.
DAY 5: Gangwon-do-Gyeonggi Do（Seoraksan/Shin Hing Temple -Ski Resort)（B/L）
Hotel: Ski Resort or Similar
Seoraksan,the highest peak of the Taibai Mountains in the Korean Peninsula, is the most beautiful mountain .in South Korea. The peaks of spring, the summer valley, the autumn maple leaf, and the winter snow scene.Shin Hing Temple In the 6th year of Queen Gideon's construction, she was built by a Tibetan lawyer (590-658) who visited the famous mountains of the country and was originally called Xiangcheng Temple. After many damages were rebuilt. In 1644, Lingrui, Lin Yu, and Hui Yuan, the three monks who had made the same dream, built a monastery in their current position and changed their name to Shenxing Temple. It is home to the world's largest bronze Buddha. Continue journey, proceed to Ski resort for check in.
DAY 6 :Gyeonggi Do(Profersional coach teach Ski Class 09:00~16:00 (Included Ski Equitment, NOT included ski suit/gloves/goggles/safety hat and cable car) - Seoul（B/D）
Hotel: Sky Park Dongdaemun or Similar
Yongpyeong Ski Resort is located in Daguanling, 700m above sea level. It is a national-level ski resort with the most beautiful snowfields. Its design pursues harmony and balance with pure nature. With a thorn that can only be felt at Yongpyong Resort Get excited and immerse yourself in the beautiful Yong Pyeong this winter. Special English coaches are specially invited to train to learn to ski quickly, so that ski lovers can truly experience the fun of skiing.
DAY 7 :Seoul（Deoksugung Palace/ Korea Ginseng Authorized Center/Korean cosmetics shops/Lotte World/Dongdaemun）（B/L）
Hotel: Sky Park Dongdaemun or Similar
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. Deoksugung Palace originally belonged to Wolsandaegun (1454-1488), the older brother of King Seongjong (1469-1494) of the Joseon Dynasty. It became a proper palace when Gwanghaegun (1575-1641) ascended to the throne and gave this royal residence the name Gyeongungung Palace in 1611. Over the following decades, the palace alternated between being an official palace and a temporary residence. The name did not official change to Deoksugung Palace, meaning the “palace of virtuous longevity,” until 1907. While the palace incompassed a vast area with many buildings, the current palace grounds are just a small shadow of the prior splendor, with very few structures remaining. Korea Ginseng Authorized Cente & .Korean cosmetics shops celebrity endorsement by many Korean popular movie stars, you can find more famous cosmetics brands here with a good discount price. Next, go to Lotte World The seventh largest theme amusement park in the world, this is an international holiday destination that combines leisure, entertainment, education and culture. Dongdaemun Market is the largest wholesale and retail market representing Korea, and is the shopping kingdom of Seoul. With gorgeous lights and crowds, the night view of Dongdaemun Market is more gorgeous than during the day.
DAY 8 :Seoul-Singapore（Red Pine & Liver shop/Seaweed Museum/ Dunhwamun Museum/ Hongdae street/Local Products Shop）（B/L）
After breakfast, visit Red Pine & Liver shop and then go to Seaweed Museum The seaweed museum exhibition hall is located in the gymnasium, divided into several rooms, in which we will teach you how to make kimchi, taste kimchi, introduce seaweed, and then come out to the counter , sells seaweed of various flavors, and there is also a free hanbok experience area. If there are many people, don't think about wearing it, you can't wait at all. Dunhwamun Museum is located between Gangbuk Samsung Hospital and Seoul City Museum near Seodaemun Station. It was completed in September 2017. Donuimun Museum Village is located on the former site of Donuimun Gate. As a space that makes full use of alleys and houses built in modern times, it has become a new attraction in Seoul. After that shopping in Hongdae street is an area that the youthfulness, cultural atmosphere and street performance here remind Piaoer of the activity of Piccadilly Circus in London, although Hongdae is not a high-end fashion , Because it is in the Hongik University school district, which is famous for its art and design related departments, is surrounded by the street style of Korean young people who pursue freedom and individuality, not as decadent as the United Kingdom and the United States, but not as decadent as Japan Before going to the airport, you can finally buy some delicious kimchi, seaweed, candy, instant noodles, etc. at the Local Product Shop. Continue to take a special bus to Incheon Yongjong International Airport to end your trip to Korea and return to your warm home.
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