5D4N Korea Catholic Pilgrimage Tour

3 stars ★★★  4 stars ★★★★

  • This is for FOREIGNERS ONLY
  • The price is same for adults and children
  • No charge for under 24 months (ID verification)
  • For 2 Pax starts
  • For information about the price for this tour, please contact us via email.

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Tour info

5 Days
Min PAX:
2 Person
Meeting Point:
Airport pickup
(*Notify us if you need other language speaking guide)

Special offer

Tour Point!
  • Mission: Take picture in front of church
  • Personal expenses
  • International airfare
  • Drink & Beverage
Tour Destination

-ICN, Seoul-

Day 1: Incheon Airport – Jeoldusan Martyrs’ Shirine – Mapo – Welcome Dinner at local restaurant

-Seoul, Daegu-

Day 2: Mirinae Shrine – Mungyeongsaejae Provincial Park – 83 Tower – Daegu Grand hotel

-Daegu, Busan-

Day 3: Gyesan Catholic Cathedral – Oryundae Martyrs Shrine – Sea life Aquarium – Haeundae Beach – Dongbaek Island – Busan tower observatory – Crown Harbour hotel

-Busan, Seoul-

Day 4: Busan station – KTX Speed Train – Gyeongbokgung palace – Blue house (pass by) – Bukchon Hanok village – Seoul N tower observatory – Stanford Myeongdong hotel or similar

-Seoul, ICN-

Day 5: Hotel – Incheon Airport



3 Star Hotel ★★★

Stanford Myeongdong hotel 3 star (Seoul)

9-1 Namdaemunno 2(i)-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul

4 Star Hotel ★★★

Daegu Grand hotel or similar 4 star (Daegu)

305 Dongdaegu-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu

4 Star Hotel ★★★★

Crown Harbour hotel or similar 4 star (Busan)

114 Jungang-daero, Jung-gu, Busan

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

Day 1
  • Jeoldusan martyrs’ shrine

  • Mapo

Route Map (Click!)

  • Meeting with our tour guide at at Incheon Airport upon arrival and transfer to Seoul.

** The schedule is subject to change depending on your flight schedule.

  • Jeoldusan Martyrs’ Shrine: This is the site of the Byeonin Persecution of 1866, where many Roman Catholics were brutally murdered and it was built to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Byeonin Persecution, and also to remember the spirit of martyrdom at Jeoldusan. Past names of Jeoldusan Martyrs’ Shrine were Yongdubong (Dragon Head Peak) and Jamdubong (Silkworm Head Peak). In 2000 it got new name that carries it until today. Another interesting fact is that Pope John Paul Ⅱ made visit to this site in 1984 and Mother Teresa in 1985.
  • Mapo: Mapo is district of Seoul and it’s located in western Seoul on the northern bank of the Han River. There are several government buildings and universities, which makes this district known as sudent area especially known for the Hongdae club district around Hongik University. Additional famous landmark in Mapo is the Seoul World Cup Stadium.
  • Welcome Dinner at local restaurant. (Pork BBQ Restaurant)
  • Hotel Check in: Stanford Myeongdong hotel or similar in Seoul (3star)
Day 2
  • Marinae Holy Site 

  • Mungyeongsaejae Provincial Park

  • 83 Tower 

Route Map (Click!)

  • Meet a tour guide and transfer to Anseong
  • Marinae Shrine: The word ‘Mirinae’, is a pure Korean word for the Milky Way. The site is holding the graves of Saint Andreas Kim Daegeon, Korea’s first Catholic Saint; his mother Ursula; Bishop Ferréol, who was the third head of the Joseon parish and who ordained Priest Kim; and Vincentius Lee Minsik who buried Saint Kim’s body. While walking around the site, visitors can feel the peaceful and serene atmosphere. The reason to call this place ‘Mirinae’ is that Korean Catholics which were comming to this place in secret to avoid persecution during the late Joseon dynasty, were carrying lamplights that were looking like starlight of the Milky Way.
  • Move to Mungyeong after lunch.
  • Mungyeongsaejae Provincial Park (Drama set studio): Mungyeongsaejae Pass, which crosses Joryeongsan Mountain, has always been the highest and most dangerous mountain pass in Korea. There is a saying that it is even too tall for birds to fly over. The three gates of Juheulgwan, Jogokgwan, and Joryeonggwan were built for national defence after the Imjin War (1592-1598). And these three gates are designated collectively as Historic Site No. 147 and the area between the three gates creates provincial park since 1981. The path from the first gate to the last is passing through beautiful forests and takes roughly four hours round-trip. Also between the park boundaries is located Mungyeongsaejae Open Set, which is oftenly used for filming historical dramas.
  • Move to Daegu
  • 83 Tower: 83 Tower is a symbol of Daegu and offers an incredible view of the entire city. The tower also has a revolving restaurant and Sky Lounge, that is offering top cuisine and night views of the city.
  • Dinner by yourselves
  • Hotel Check in: Daegu Grand hotel or similar in Daegu (4star)
Day 3
  • Gyesan Catholic Cathedral

  • Oryundae Martyrs Shrine

  • Sea life Aquarium

  • Haeundae Beach

  • Dongbaek Island

  • Busan tower onservatory

Route Map (Click!)

  • Meet a tour guide
  • Gyesan Catholic Cathedral: The Daegu Gyesan Catholic Church was built by Father Robert, A.P. (1853-1922), who came to Daegu for missionary work. In 1899, the church building was constructed with wood using a Korean-style design, but was destroyed by fire a few months after construction began. Father Robert created a new building design and imported stained glass and galvanized iron from France and Hong Kong, since these types of building materials were hard to find in Korea. Construction was finally completed in 1902, three years after the project first started. This church is the only remaining structure in Daegu from the early 1900s. The church building is designed in the shape of a Latin cross, consisting of a nave and transept. This predominantly Romanesque church also features some Gothic architectural elements such as the stained-glass windows and pinnacles.
  • Move to Busan
  • Oryundae Martyrs Shrine: At the Oryundae Martyrs’ Shrine place is also located ‘Busan Martyrs’ Cemetery’ for eight martyrs who died in Busan and the ‘Martyr Cathedral’ where are enshrined remains of 26 out of 103 Korean martyrs. In 1968, the ‘Korean Martyrs’ Congregation’ built a monastery in Oryundae and built a church for the martyrs, to highly honor and spread love and spirit of the martyrs and to make it a holy place. On March 2, 2009, the Korean Martyrs’ Memorial Hall was registered as a first-class specialized museum.
  • Lunch
  • Sea life AquariumThe Busan Aquarium takes visitors into the exciting world of life under the sea. The aquarium covers an area of 36,000 ㎡ and is spread over 3 underground levels and one above-ground level with different sections divided into special themes. The underwater tunnel experience resembles a walk along the ocean floor with various sea creatures swimming above, serving as a popular attraction within the aquarium. The aquarium is home to over 250 different species of fish, algae, reptiles, and amphibians, including large sharks, turtles, seahorses, and more, for total of over 10,000 sea creatures.
  • Haeundae Beach: Haeundae Beach is the most famous beach in Busan. The white sand beach is roughly 1.5 kilometers long, over a 30- to 50-meter wide area, creating a beautiful coastline before a shallow bay, making it perfect for swimming.
    People flock to Haeundae Beach every summer. All kinds of accommodations from luxury hotels to private guesthouses have developed in the area around the beach, making this the perfect summer vacation spot. Haeundae Beach is also famous for various cultural events and festivals held throughout the year. Other facilities in the area include Dongbaekseom Island, Busan Aquarium, a yachting dock, BEXCO, driving courses and more.
  • Dongbaek IslandDongbaekseom Island (Island of Camellias) is an island located off one end of Busan’s famous Haeundae Beach. Although the years of sedimentation have connected the island to the mainland, Dongbaekseom was originally an island and is still referred to as one.
    Dongbaekseom Island is easy to navigate thanks to the walking path that is built around it. The island has several attractions, including the monument inscribed with a poem of scholar Choi Chi-won, the mermaid statue based on the legend of Princess Hwagok, and the Nurimaru APEC House. It also offers fantastic views of the Busan shoreline towards Mipo, Dalmaji Hill, Gwangangdaegyo Bridge, and Oryukdo Island. As the name suggests, camellias burst into bloom everywhere on the island from winter to spring.
  • Busan tower observatory: Diamond Tower is an attraction located in Busan. Busan Tower originally opened in 1973, however underwent complete renewal and reopened on December 15, 2021. Loved by Busan citizens and tourists alike, the tower offers a stunning night view and plenty to see. There are also art installations in front of the tower making it the perfect photo spot and visitors can also enjoy coffee made by a robot named Dataro.
  • Hotel Check in: Crown Harbour hotel or similar in Busan (4star)
Day 4
  • Gyeongbokgung Palace

  • Blue House

  • Bukchon Hanok Village

  • Namsan Seoul Tower

Route Map (Click!)

  • Meet a driver only and transfer to Busan station
  • Take KTX Speed Train (Busan – Seoul) 10:00 ~12:30
  • Meet a tour guide upon arrival
  • Gyeongbokgung palace: Palace was built in 1395 and it is arguably the most beautiful, and remains the largest of all five palaces in Seoul. Fire destroyed the premises during the Imjin War (1592-1598). However, all of the palace buildings were later restored under the leadership of Heungseondaewongun during the reign of King Gojong (1852-1919). The most representative edifices of the Joseon dynasty, which are Gyeonghoeru Pavilion and the pond around Hyangwonjeong Pavilion remained relatively intact. The raised dias and stone markers of Geunjeongjeon showcase the representative art style of their time.
  • Blue house (pass by): The signature markings of the Presidential Residence of Cheong Wa Dae are its blue tiles. It is the first thing that catches one’s attention upon entering the premises. The blue tiles and the smooth roof blend beautifully with Bugaksan Mountain in the backdrop.
    The unique buildings of Cheong Wa Dae are comprised of the Main Office, Yeongbingwan (Guest House), Chunchugwan (Spring and Autumn Pavilion), Nokjiwon (Green grass), the Mugunghwa (Rose of Sharon) Valley, and the Seven Palaces. It is interesting to see that these buildings all have distinctive shapes and they have unique and beautiful design, that recembles the Korean traditional style. The blue tiles and the smooth curve shape of the main office roofs are elegantly built. Approximately 150 thousand tiles compose the roof of the Blue House. Each of them were baked individually which make them strong enough to be used for hundreds of years. If you turn to the right you will see Chunchugwan. The roof of Chunchugwan was made of earthen tiles. This is where the president’s press conferences are held. On the left side of the main office, there is the Yeongbingwan. It was designed to hold large conferences and official events for foreign guests.
  • Bukchon Hanok villageThis village is surrounding the Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace and Jongmyo Shrine. Bukchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses, called hanok, that date back to the Joseon dynasty. The name Bukchon, which literally translates to “northern village,” came about as the neighborhood lies north of two significant Seoul landmarks, Cheonggyecheon Stream and Jongno. Today, many of these hanoks are operating as cultural centers, guesthouses, restaurants and tea houses, and they are providing visitors an opportunity to experience, learn and immerse themselves in traditional Korean culture. As Bukchon Hanok Village is an actual neighborhood with people’s homes, visitors are advised to be respectful at all times while looking around.
  • Seoul N tower observatory (No cable car): Namsan Seoul Tower was the first multipurpose tower buit in Korea, effectively incorporating a sightseeing observatory to a broadcasting tower. Namsan Seoul Tower is serving as an iconic landmark of Korea and a representative tourist attraction, for the past 40 years. The tower’s observatory offers an unobstructed view of the whole city, allowing it to become one of the all-time favorite attractions of Seoul citizens as well as domestic and international tourists. Another highlight of the tower is the Namsan Cable Car. The cable car is working since 1962 and it is transferring passengers from the foot of the mountain to the base of the tower. Shuttle buses to the Namsan Cable Car from downtown Seoul are also available for visitors’ convenience.
  • Hotel: Stanford Myeongdong hotel or similar in Seoul (3star)
Day 5

Meet a Driver (Cannot speak English) only and transfer to ICN airport for departure

Simple steps to book online
Package Tour Process

1. You need to log in first.

Package Tour Process

2. Choose Departure date, Pax and the number of people.

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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3. Choose your option.

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4-1. Choose your payment option

*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.

Package Tour Process

6-1. Check your email voucher.

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

Package Tour Process

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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7. Show your voucher to our driver or tour guide at the airport


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