11 DAYS Korea Package Tour [Private Tour]

$ 2,613.0$ 4,384.0

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6 Pax 5 Pax 4 Pax
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3 Pax 2 Pax
$ 3,844.0/pax $ 4,384.0/pax
  • This is for FOREIGNERS ONLY
  • The price is same for adults and children
  • No charge for under 24 months (ID verification)
  • For 1 Pax & more than 7 Pax, please contact us via email

Tour info

11 Days
Min PAX:
1 Person
Deposit Payment 2 weeks in advance
Within 2 business days
Meeting Point:
Airport pickup
English/ Chinese
(*Notify us if you need other language speaking guide)

Special offer

Tour Point!

  • 11 days package tour which you can visit Seoul, Gongju, Buyeo, Jeonju, Yeosu, Busan, Gyeongju, and Andong.

  • Learn about Korean history.

  • Visit different provinces that are hard to reach for travelers without a guide.

  • Mission: Take a picture of yourself just like a Buddha in Seokguram grotto.

  • Vehicle (Based on 10 hours, Van for 6pax, Minibus for 7 ~ 11pax, 31seats bus for 12 ~ 20pax, 45seats bus for 21 ~ 40pax)

  • All entrance fees

  • English speaking tour guide (Based on 10 hours, Driving guide if tourists are less than 7pax)

  • Lunch

  • Accommodation (10N/ Twin sharing room based)

  • Personal expenses

  • International airfare

  • Dinner

  • Supplement charge for peak seasons

  • Tipping is not compulsory. The amount is set by the client.

  • 2~6 pax group: Extra usage for transportations and tour guide – USD 30/hour

  • 7~40 pax group: Extra usage for transportations and tour guide – USD 40/hour

  • 2~6 pax group: Extra usage for transportations and tour guide – USD 30/hour
Tour Destination

-Seoul, Seoul vicinity-

Day 1: Airport – hotel

Day 2: Gyeongbok Palace – National folklore Museum – Presidential Blue House(pass by) – Gwanghwamun plaza – Bukchon Hanok Village – Insadong Antique Street – Cheongyecheon stream – Namdaemun market

Day 3: Suwon Hwaseong Fortress – Korean Folk Village

Day 4: Imjingak Park – The 3rd infiltration Tunnel – DMZ Theater / Exhibition Hall – Dora observatory – Dorasan Station – Unification Village Pass by – The War Memorial

-Gongju, Buyeo-

Day 5: Gongsanseong Fortress – Royal Tomb of King Muryeong – Busosanseong Fortress of Buyeo – Five-story Stone Pagoda of Jeongnimsa Temple Site – Buyeo National Museum – Gungnamji Pond – Neungsalli Ancient Tombs in Buyeo


Day 6: Jeondong Cathollic Cathedral – Gyeonggijeon – Jeonju Hanok Village – Damyang Jungnogwon Bamboo Garden

-Gwangju, Suncheon, Yeosu-

Day 7: Chungjang-ro Street – Sajik Park – Suncheonman Bay Reserve – Jinnam Kwan – Odong Island


Day 8: Jagalchi Fish Market – Gukje Market – BIFF Street – Dalmazi Road – Haedongyonggungsa Temple


Day 9: Daereungwon king’s tomb – Cheomseongdae observatory – Gyeongju Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond – Gyeongju Bulguksa temple – Seokguram grotto

-Andong, Mungyeong-

Day 10: Andong Hahoe Folk Village – Mungyeongsaejae Pass


Day 11: Hotel – Airport


3 Star Hotel ★★★

Standford Myeongdong hotel or similar 3 star (Seoul)

84, Namdaemun-ro, Jung-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

JS Hotel or similar 3 star (Seoul)

212-9, Paldal-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do

Ramada Gwangju or similar 3 star (Gwanju)

149, Sangmujayu-ro, Seo-gu, Gwangju, Republic of Korea

Venezia Tourist Hotel or similar 3 star (Suncheon)

13, Palma 2-gil, Suncheon-si, Jeollanam-do

Arban City hotel or similar 3 star (Busan)

20, Bansong-ro, Yeonje-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea

GG Hotel or similar 3 star (Gyeongju)

3, Taejong-ro 699beon-gil, Gyeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do

*In case we cannot use hotels mentioned above, we will endeavor to reserve hotels with similar conditions.

Day 1

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  • Meet with a DRIVER ONLY and transfer to Seoul hotel.
  • Free time to rest. (check in is available from 14:00 PM)
  • Overnight at hotel in Seoul.
Day 2
  • Gyeongbok Palace

  • Gwanghwamun Plaza

  • Bukchong Hanok Village

  • Insadong Antique Street

  • Lunch: Noodle Soup

Route Map (Click!)


Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • Meet with a tour guide at Incheon airport upon arrival and start the tour.
  • Gyeongbok Palace: It is the largest palace among the Five Grand Palaces built in Joseon Dynasty. Gyeongbokgung Palace was once destroyed by Japan in the early 20th century. The palace has been gradually restored since then.(Tuesday: Replaced by Changdeokgung Palace)
  • National Folklore Museum: It is located on the ground of Gyeongbokgung Palace. The design of the building is based on various historical buildings in Korea. You can see over 98,000 historical objects that were used in everyday life from prehistoric times to the end of Joseon Dynasty.
  • Presidential Blue House (Pass by): The Blue House, or Cheong Wa Dae, has blue tiles as the signature markings. These tiles were baked individually so that it can withstand for hundreds of years. The Blue House is actually a complex of buildings and each are uniquely designed, mainly in Korean architectural style with some elements of modern elements.
  • Gwanghwamun Plaza: The redesigned Gwanghwamun Square has just opened to the public on Aug 1st, 2009. Located at the center of the 600-Year old historic city of Seoul, you can see the statue of King Sejong the Great who invented Korean Alphabet ‘Hangul’ and the statue of Admiral Yi Sun-Shin.
  • Lunch: Noodle Soup *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Bukchon Hanok Village: BukchonHanok village is home to hundreds of traditional houses, called Hanok.These hanok are closely packed together, which make it a great photo spot for you to take. Hanok galleries, Hanok Handicraft Workshops and Hanok restaurants are also available. However, please note that this is a living place for residents and you need keep your voice low.
  • Insadong Antique Street: located in the heart of the city, Insadong is a unique place where you can see ancient but precious and traditional goods on display. There is one main road in Insa-dong with alleys on each side. Within these alleys there are galleries and traditional restaurants, tea houses, and cafes.
  • Cheongyecheon stream: The stream has 600 years of story to tell. It was once neglected after the Korean War, because it was soon filled with trash as many people settled down along the stream. However, it was restored in 2005 and became an example of successful restoration in megacity.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Seoul.
Day 3
  • Suwon Hwaseong Fortress

  • Korean Folk Village 1

  • Korean Folk Village 2

  • Korean Folk Village 3

  • Lunch: Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap

Route Map (Click!)

Seoul Vicinity (Seoul > Suwon)

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and transfer to Suwon.
  • Suwon Hwaseong Fortress: Suwon Hwaseong Fortress is the wall surrounding the center of Suwon, the provincial capital of Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. This Korean fortress was built from 1794 to 1796 by King Jeongjo of the Joseon Dynasty to house and honor the remains of his father Prince Sado. Located 30 kilometers south of Seoul and enclosing much of central Suwon, the Fortress includes King Jeongjo’s palace Haenggung. The site was designated as a World Heritage site by the UNESCO in 1997. The Suwoncheon, the main stream in Suwon, flows through the center of the fortress.
  • Lunch: Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Korean Folk Village: Korean Folk Village has since its foundation in 1974 been loved as a tourist destination that provides vivid cultural experience as well as traditional culture set in beautiful nature
    1. Acrobatics on a Tightrope walking 14:30 performance
      It is Korean Folk Village’s unique performance in which the spectators can enjoy the thrilling stunt and intervening witty speech by Mr. Hong Ki-cheol, the country’s first maestro tightrope walker.
    2. Equestrian Feats 15:30 performance
      The Equestrian Feats performance at Korean Folk Village incorporates into its contemporary elaboration the dynamic techniques of the horseback tumbling such as horseback standing, backward riding, reverse riding, and sideways riding.
    3. Traditional Wedding Ceremony 16:00 performance
      The Traditional Wedding Ceremony, which proceeds against the quiet backdrop of a Noble man’s Mansion, is loved by both locals and internationals. Through a pious matrimony, experience the beautiful tradition.

    ※ The schedule of the performance is subject to change due to weather conditions and internal reasons.

  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Seoul.
Day 4
  • Imjingak Park

  • The 3rd infiltration Tunnel

  • Dora Observatory

  • War Memorial

  • Lunch: Chicken Noodle Soup

Route Map (Click!)

Seoul Vicinity (Seoul > DMZ)

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and transfer to DMZ.
  • Imjingak Park: Located at 7 km from the military Demarcation Line, the park has many statues and monuments about the Korean War. It was built in 1972 with the hope that someday unification will be possible and also to console those from both North and South who are unable to return to their families.
  • The 3rd infiltration Tunnel: Discovered in 1978 by South Korean forces, the tunnel spans over 1,635m in length, 2m in width, and 2m in height and is located 52km from Seoul. It is estimated that approximately 30,000 soldiers could move through the tunnel per hour. It is considered to be more threatening than the 1st and 2nd tunnels.
  • DMZ Theater/ Exhibition Hall: A place which shows 15 min video that explains about the tunnels including 3rd infiltration tunnel and the Korean War.
  • Dora Observatory: Located nearby the 3rd Tunnel, Dora observatory was first opened to the public in 1987. Here, you can overlook North Korea and various locations including Gaeseong, Songaksan, Kim Il-Sung Statue, and Cooperation Farm (Geumamgol).
  • Dorasan Station: A railway station on the Gyeongui Line, Dorasan Station is located in the northernmost part of South Korea.
  • Unification Village (Pass by): Unification Village or Tongil Chon is a quite village where North Korea can be seen easily.
  • Lunch: Chicken Noodle Soup *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Transfer to Seoul.
  • War Memorial: It opened in 1994 on the army headquarters to commemorate actors and victims of the war which led to a modern nation state. The museum also has the purpose of educating future generations by collecting, preserving, and exhibiting various historical relics and records related to wars fought in the country, from a South Korean viewpoint.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Seoul.
Day 5
  • Royal Tomb of King Muryeong

  • Busosanseong Fortress of Buyeo

  • Five-story Stone Pagoda of Jeongnimsa Temple Site

  • Gungnamji Pond

  • Lunch: Rice in a Lotus Leaf

Route Map (Click!)

Seoul > Gongju, Buyeo > Jeonju

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and transfer to Gongju and Buyeo .
  • Gongsanseong Fortress: Located in Gongju-si, Gongsanseong Fortress is a mountain castle which was established during the Baekje Period (234-678). The castle is about 2.5km long. It was initially known as Ungjinseong and subsequently as Gongsanseong during the reign of the Goryeo Dynasty. It occupies an area of 20 hectares (49 acres), presently in the Geumseong-dong and Sanseong-dong districts. Following the collapse of the Baekje empire, the ramparts were rebuilt fully as stone walls. The fortress has been illuminated. It functioned both as a defense structure and a royal palace.
  • Royal Tomb of King Muryeong: The Royal Tomb of King Muryeong belongs to the 25th king of Baekje. It is also known as the Royal Tombs in Songsan-ri or the Royal Tombs of Baekje. It is located on top of a small hill (elevation 75 metres (246 ft)) on the southern side of the Geumgang River. It was unearthed in 1971 in an intact condition, though some excavations had been carried out in 1927 and 1932. When excavated, the King’s tomb was found in a well-preserved state with its more than 4,600 antiquities in good condition. The King’s queen was also buried here. This was part of six other tombs found among the Royal Tombs at Songsan-ri.
  • Lunch: Rice in a Lotus Leaf  *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Busosanseong Fortress of Buyeo [UNESCO World Heritage]: located on a small hill, was known in the early period as Sabiseong. It formed the backyard garden of the royal palace and was an emergency escape route. The finds here also indicate that the fort was in use as a military establishment for more than 1,000 years.The ‘Nakhwaam Rock’, meaning “Rock of Falling Flowers”, a rock ledge, is known for the Baekje’s tragic legend of 3,000 royal ladies committing suicide by jumping off the cliff.
  • Five-story Stone Pagoda of Jeongnimsa Temple Site: Five-story Stone Pagoda of Jeongnimsa Temple Site Jeongnimsa Temple Site layout is a popular architectural layout throughout Korea and has a “pagoda–prayer hall–lecture hall layout. It is located on a flat terrain and is in the backdrop of the Geumseongsan Mountain to the east and Busosan Mountain to the north. Built during the Sabi period, the temple has engravings on the pagoda that memorialize the Tang Dynasty’s victory over Baekje. The site has a five-story pagoda, 8 metres (26 ft) in height with a low platform and a high main body on its first level, and with reducing size at further higher levels. Other archaeological finds include many roof tiles and clay figurines.
  • Buyeo National MuseumBuyeo National Museum is a national museum located in Buyeo, Chungcheongnam-do, South Korea. Since Buyeo was once the capital of the Baekje kingdom during the Sabi period (538-660), the Museum is fully devoted to the Baekje culture.
  • Gungnamji Pondlocated in Seodong Park, is Korea’s first artificial pond and was created by King Mu (from the Baekje Dynasty) who was in love with and eventually married Princess Seonhwa. ‘Gungnamji’ (literally means ‘a pond in the south of the royal palace’ in Korean) was named according to the Samguksagi record.
  • Neungsalli Ancient Tombs in Buyeo: The Neungsan-ri Ancient Tombs were the royal tombs of the Baekje Dynasty from 538 to 660 when the capital of Baekje was Sabi (now Buyeo). In the BaekjeGobun Miniature Museum at the entrance to Neungsan-ri Ancient Tombs, mockups and miniature tombs are on display with their cross sections exposed. Here, one can view all kinds of Baekje tombs including sto+ne mounds of the Hanseong Era as well as those discovered in Buyeo.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Jeonju.
Day 6
  • Jeondong Cathollic Cathedral

  • Gyeonggijeon

  • Jeonju Hanok Village

  • Damyang Jungnogwon Bamboo

  • Lunch: Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap

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Jeonju > Damyang > Gwangju

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and start the tour.
  • Jeondong Cathollic CathedralJeondong Catholic Church in Jeonju (Historic Site No. 288) was built in honor of Roman Catholic martyrs of the Joseon Dynasty on the very same spot the martyrs lost their lives.
  • GyeonggijeonHistoric Site No. 339, Gyeonggijeon Shrine was erected in 1410 and holds the portrait of King Tae-jo, the founder of the Joseon Dynasty. The King and his wife’s mortuary tablets are enshrined here at Jogyeong Shrine. The structure was partially destroyed during the Imjin War (1592-1598), and the existing structure was remodeled in 1614. Inside Gyeonggijeon, the portraits of King Tae-jo and other successive kings such as Sun-jong, Cheol-jong, Yeong-jo and many others can be found on display.
  • Lunch: Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap  *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Jeonju Hanok VillageJeonju Hanok Korean House is a traditional Korean house built more than 60 years age, and it was recently remodeled for visitors to see and experience an old traditional Korean house. It’s conveniently located on the street called “Eunhaeng-ro” right in the middle of Jeonju Hanok Village for those visiting the area to take a tour of the hanok village.
  • Transfer to Damyang.
  • Damyang Jungnogwon BambooDamyang is one of the northernmost places where bamboo can be found on the Korean peninsula, and its bamboo forests are well-known among Koreans.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Gwangju.
Day 7
  • Sajik Park

  • Suncheoman Bay Reserve

  • Jinnam Kwan

  • Odong Island

  • Lunch: Grilled Fish Set Menu

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Gwangju > Suncheon > Yeosu

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and start the tour.
  • Chungjang-ro Street: Named after the posthumous title of General Kim Deok-ryeong, Chungjang-ro Street was the site of the 1980 Gwangju Democratization Movement. Today, it is Gwangju’s major fashion district, comparable with Myeongdong Street of Seoul.
  • Sajik ParkSajik Park is well landscaped with various trees and flower beds. Around April 15th every year, cherry blossoms are in full bloom creating a splendid scene. During this time, the municipality of Gwangju installs lighting in the trees for citizens to enjoy the blossoms late into the night. The park has become established as a favorite rest area for Gwangju citizens.
  • Lunch: Grilled Fish Set Menu  *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Suncheonman Bay Wetland Reserve: The field of reeds is home to many plants that thrive in damp conditions, like the common reed and the starwort. Among the world’s wetlands, Suncheonman Bay is widely known for attracting the largest number of rare birds. Internationally rare birds such as the hooded crane, white-naped crane, white stork, black-faced spoonbill, Eurasian Oystercatcher, as well as birds designated as natural treasures, can be spotted here. There are about 140 species of birds including the snipe, wild duck, shelduck, and wild goose in total.
  • Jinnam Kwan: Jinnam Kwan Hall (National Treasure No. 304) was the naval base of Jeolla-do Province during the Joseon Dynasty. Admiral Yi Sun-shin used this site as his headquarters, and at that time there was a watchtower called Jinhaeru.
  • Odong IslandOdongdo Island of Yeosu is one of the most spectacular spots to appreciate camellias. The camellias on Odongdo Island begin to bloom in November and color the entire island in scarlet until April the following year. Indeed, during this period the entire island looks like a huge camellia blossom.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Yeosu.
Day 8
  • Jagalchi Fish Market

  • Gukje Market

  • Dalmazi Road

  • Haedongyonggungsa Temple

  • Lunch: Beef Rice Soup

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Yeosu > Busan

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and start the tour.
  • Jagalchi Fish Market:Jagalchi Market is Korea’s biggest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish. Even if you are not big fan of seafood, explore the market because it can be an exotic and intriguing experience. Inside the market, you can buy fresh live seafood and also get them cooked.
  • Gukje Market: Among one of traditional markets in Korea, Gukje market was first formed when refugees who fled to Busan sat up stalls in order to make a living after the Korean War. There is wide variety of goods, so you can walk around and also check some food stalls.
  • BIFF StreetYou may get the similar atmosphere as Myeongdong street in Seoul or night markets since this is a place where you can enjoy street foods and shopping. You can try out some local cultural foods and see how local people spend their leisure time.
  • Lunch: Beef Rice Soup *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Dalmazi Road: Dalmazi Road is famous for a driving course, and its view of the blue ocean, white sand field, Camellia forest, and pine tree forest, creating one of Busan’s eight scenic sites.
  • Haedongyonggungsa Temple: Haedongyonggungsa Temple is located on the rocky cliffs above the North-Eastern part of the ocean. The location of the temple is interesting, because most temples are located in the mountains. You can see beautiful view of the ocean. There are many up and down steps, so be prepared to wear comfortable shoes.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Busan.
Day 9
  • Daereungwon Tomb Complex

  • Cheomseongdae Observatory

  • Bulguksa Temple

  • Seokguram Grotto

  • Lunch: Soft Tofu Stew

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Busan > Gyeongju

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and transfer to Gyeongju.
  • Daereungwon Tomb Complex (Tumuli Park): Tumuli or barrows are mound of earth and stones raised over graves. The Tomb complex holds 23 burials of royals during Silla Dynasty. Among many tombs, Cheonmachong Tomb (Ancient Tomb No, 155) is arguable one of the important tombs to see, because a total of 11,526 artifacts were discovered within the tomb. Great quantities of artifacts such as weapons and crowns have been excavated and are exhibited in Gyeongju National Museum.
  • Cheomseongdae Observatory: Cheomseongdae is the oldest astrological observatory in Asia, which was constructed between AD632-646 (Silla Dynasty). It was designated as National Treasure No.31 in 1962. Total 362 stones were used to make 27 levels and it represented the 362 days in a lunar year.
  • Lunch: Soft Tofu Stew *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Gyeongju Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond: Gyeongju Donggung Palace and Wolji Pond were the secondary palace site which was used for the palace of the Crown Prince along with other subsidiary buildings and it also was the banquet site for important national event and important visitors.
  • Bulguksa Temple: Also listed as one of UNESCO World Heritage, it is the representative relic of Gyeogju. Bulguksa was built during Silla Dynasty and took 30 years to finish it. At the time, there were approximately 80 buildings and 2000 rooms. It was burnt down during Japanese Invasion and although the temple was rebuilt afterwards, it still suffered severe damages and became often the target of robbers.
  • Seokguram Grotto: A representative stone temple in Korea, Seokguram is designated as National Treasure No. 24, as well as UNESCO World Heritage site. It is a good example to see the Silla people’s religious beliefs, aspirations and outstanding architecture. You can appreciate beautiful sunrise, so many people climb the mountain at daybreak.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Gyeongju.
Day 10
  • Andong Hahoe Folk Village

  • Andong Hahoe Folk Village

  • Mungyeongsaejae Pass

  • Mungyeongsaejae Pass

  • Lunch: Stir-freid Chicken

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Gyeongju > Andong, Mungyeong > Seoul

Tour Hours   09:00 – 18:00

  • After breakfast, meet with a tour guide at hotel lobby and start the tour.
  • Andong Hahoe Folk Village [UNESCO World Heritage]: Hahoe Village is home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan and is well-known for its traditional houses. Birthplace of renowned scholars of the Joseon Period such as Gyeomam Ryu Un-ryong and Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong, the village became even more famous after Queen Elizabeth of England visited on April 21, 1999.
  • Lunch: Stir-fried chicken *Meal menu subject to change.
  • Mungyeongsaejae PassDuring the Joseon period, MungyeongSaejae played an important role as the gateway in and out of the Gyeongsang province. Scholars, traders and government officials from Gyeongsang had to go through the pass when going to or from Seoul. Three great gates which maintained control over the pass during that time still stand, although the only people who go through them now are tourists.
  • Dinner: Not provided.
  • Overnight at hotel in Seoul.
Day 11


  • After breakfast, you will meet with a DRIVER ONLY at hotel lobby and transfer to ICN Airport for departure.
    1. Guide and vehicle is based on 9 hours per day.
    2. We always arrange convenient and safe vehicles with experienced and courteous drivers, equipped with air conditioner and heater.
    3. Gyeongbokgung Palace will be replaced by Changdeokgung Palace when it is closed on Tuesday.
    4. DMZ tour date (Day 4) may change with Seoul tour date (Day 1 or Day 2 or Day 3) if it is closed on Monday and public holiday.
Terms & Condition

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  1. Cancellation policy for one day tour will be automatically applied as below:
    • 100% Refund 15 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
    • 70% Refund 14 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
    • 50% Refund 7 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
    • 0% Refund 2 days before the departure (KST 16:00PM)
    • Please note that we are not responsible for 5% paypal commission fee.
      Even for 100% refund, you will not be able to get refund for the 5% paypal commission fee.
  2. If you need to change the date, please cancel and make a new booking. Regular cancellation policy will be applied.
  3. Personal/ Medical/ Bad weather/ Flight cancellation/ Natural disaster/ or any other reasons that we cannot control are NO EXCEPTIONS to the cancellation policy and NO REFUND will be done by the company according to our Cancellation policy.
  4. Written notice of cancellation must be received by Etourism Co. Ltd. either by email or via our website. Oral cancellation will not be accepted.
  5. If for some personal reasons the client wants to cancel the tour once it already started, NO REFUND will be done by the company.

Accommodation Policy

  1. Customer will be charged for changing hotel or room once upon arrival.
  2. Triple bed will be 1double + 1single bed or Roll away bed or 1 double bed + 1set ondol bed(Tatami style)

Adjustment Policy

  1. We reserve the right to change the tour prices with or without notice due to exchange rate fluctuation.
  2. As a result of various operational factors, usually flight delays and schedule changes, there may be a slight change to the arrangements.
  3. All museums are not offered on Mondays. Another attraction will be a substitute.
  4. We reserve the right to adjust/change our Terms & Conditions without prior notice
  5. Meal menu subject to change.

Responsibility Policy

  1. We have NO RESPONSIBILITY for any Damage/Accident/Death/Loss/Sickness/Injury/Natural disaster/Political or Personal reasons arising from activities during the trip.
  2. You are responsible for respecting the authority and following the directions of the tour guide and Korean laws during a tour.

Health Condition

  1. Some of our tours may include activities such as walking long distance and hiking.
  2. It is your responsibility to consult with your physician regarding your health condition and ability to travel long distances. Please let us know your needs when booking. In case we cannot provide the service, you need to be accompanied by a companion who will be responsible for independently providing the needed assistance.

Please refer to the Terms and conditions.

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ex) If two people need reservation, click your departure date and click ‘For 2 people’ in PAX option. Then click ‘2’ for Per Person option.

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*1 Day tour has only Full payment option

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4-1. Choose your payment option

*Multiday tour has 2 kinds of options.
Option 1: Deposit (30% from total price) by PayPal and pay the balance in Korea upon arrival.
Option 2: Full payment by PayPal.

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5. Payment can be done by PayPal.

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6-1. Check your email voucher.

*1 Day tour
– We will send you the Confirmation Voucher within 3 business days.

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6-1. Check your email voucher.

*Multiday tour
– We will send you the Draft Confirmation Voucher within 3 business days.
– We will send you the Final Confirmation Voucher 2 weeks before departure date.

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31 reviews for 11 DAYS Korea Package Tour [Private Tour]

  1. Steph

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  2. Arthur

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  3. Michael

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  4. Chris

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  5. Lea

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  6. Rodolph

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  7. Jana

    Soooo many cities but time still flew by! Can’t believe it’s already over. Thank you Etour and especially our guide

  8. Daniel

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  9. val

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  10. Fez

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  11. Alia

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  12. Pedro

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  13. Marvel

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  14. Mirae

    One word: incredible!

  15. Kori

    My husband and I loved every minute of it!

  16. Alicia

    The most beautiful moment of my life, truly!!!!

  17. Haru

    Exquisite time in South Korea.

  18. Timmy

    I can finally say I visited everything that South Korea has the best to offer thanks to Etour!

  19. Yolene

    My two girls and I have been on this tour back in June last year and I had the most wonderful time. They fell in love and I know we will be back (very) soon.

  20. Louane

    I went with my sister on our first trip together, and I’m so thankful it was this one with Etour. We had the coolest time ever!!!

  21. Coralie

    I will come back !

  22. Mathilda

    Been on this tour with my best friend, we both fell in love with the country!

  23. Clara

    Lovely jubbly time!

  24. Rudolf

    South Korea was such a blessing to the eyes!

  25. Shoto

    The most beautiful country in the world!

  26. Tristan

    Great times! We recommend dearly.

  27. Giselle

    We want to express our gratitude for the 11-day trip. We thoroughly enjoyed it!

  28. Lorry

    Appreciate the arrangements for the private tour! I will be back soon.

  29. Tsz yin Ho

    The Korean snacks and sweets are delicious and unique. From choco pies to honey butter chips to fish-shaped waffles, there is always something tasty to try. I would highly recommend this destination to anyone looking for a sweet and savory culinary adventure.

  30. Phoebe Chak

    Efficient and organized itinerary, smooth trip.

  31. Ringco Wong

    Mesmerizing night markets, great shopping experience.

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