Day 1


Assembly at KKIA,check in and flight to Korea - Busan.

Day 2


Upon arrival, pick up from airport by local agent. Proceed to Suncheon, Visit Suncheon Bay; is a coastal wetland, composed of a 3.5 km long stream, a 2,221 ha wide tideland and a 230 ha wide field of reeds. Due to its natural coast, it is the habitat of migratory birds and plants and animals. Thereafter proceed to Naganeupseong Folk Village; is considered one of the best-preserved town fortress in South Korea. This little piece of heaven was lucky enough to be left almost untouched during the Japanese occupation. Thereafter, proceed to Gwangju. Transfer to Chungjan-ro Street; is by far the busiest, most bustling place in Gwangju, and is often labeled the Myeong-dong of Gwangju.

Meals: Lunch & Dinner

Day 3


After breakfast, proceed to visit Asia Culture Center;Asia's largest cultural complex, the Asia Culture Center (ACC), will be officially opened in Gwangju on Nov. 25.The center has a central system for planning, creating and producing cultural content and supports research on the humanities, art and science. Namdo Folk Food Exhibition Room; was established to preserve and promote the folk foods of the Namdo region. The museum is housed in a building that resembles both the long, rectangular presses used to make patterned rice cakes and the Ipseokdae Rock of Mudeungsan Mountain, a symbol of Gwangju.Thereafter, proceed to Jeongju. Visit Jeongju Hanok Village (Experience wearing Hanbok around Jeongju Hanok Village); is a village in the city of Jeonju, South Korea, and overlaps with the Pungnam-dong and Gyo-dong neighborhoods. The village contains over 800 Korean traditional houses called 'Hanok'. The village is famous among Koreans and tourists because of its traditional buildings that strongly contrast with the modern city around it.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 4 


After breakfast, proceed to Busan. Visit Korean Santorini Village-Gamcheon Culture Village; is a town of Gamcheon-dong, Saha District, Busan, South Korea. The area is known for its steep streets, twisting alleys, and brightly painted houses, which have been restored and enhanced in recent years to attract tourism. Thereafter, proceed to Haedong Yonggungsa Temple; is a Buddhist temple in Gijang-gun, Busan, South Korea. The temple was built in 1376 by the teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty, and was originally known as Bomun Temple.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Day 5


After breakfast, proceed to PIFF Plaza-Nampodong; This location has the highest number of movie theatres in town and is one of the most-visited places in Busan with chic shops selling clothes and accessories. The market is vibrant at night and has upscale premium stores for shopping. Jagalchi Market; This market features the deadly combination of good food along with great shopping opportunities so if you are a shopping freak as well as a food lover, then you can’t afford to miss the Jagalchi Seafood Market as it’s one of the major attractions in Busan. Gukje Market; This is the largest market in Busan with vendors offering a startling amount of goods. You can buy clothes, food items, handicrafts and even industrial goods here. Busanjin Market; his market is famous for all the household items you will ever need. Newlywed women hunt around this place to shop for the goods they need to set up a new life. If you are fond of silk or other raw fabrics then this place is heaven for you.

Meals: Breakfast

Day 6


After breakfast, free for own leisure until transfer to airport.

Meals: Breakfast


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