APOSM 2016

Tours

The following tours will provide opportunities for participants to find out more about Korean culture and sites of interest. Below is information on optional tour programs.

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Inquiries & Applications

Official APOSM 2016 Travel Agency (Plaza 21 Plus)
  • Attn. Ms. Annie Yu
  • Tel : +82-2-364-4171
  • Fax : +82-2-364-4174
  • E-mail : annieeyu@hotmail.com

Tour Booking Conditions

  • To apply for a tour, please contact the official travel agency no later than October 14, 2016.
  • All tour fees must be guaranteed with your credit card information at the time of applying.
  • Tours are subject to change or cancellation if the number of participants fails to reach the set minimum.
  • In case of cancellation, the travel agency will contact applicants individually.
  • Any request for change or cancellation should be made by e-mail at annieeyu@hotmail.com or fax at +82-2-364-4174
  • Application will be accepted after October 14, 2016 only if vacancies are available.

Cancellation & Refund Policy

  • Cancellation 7 days before the scheduled date : 20% penalty
  • Cancellation 2 days before the scheduled date : 50% refund
  • Cancellation 1 day before the scheduled date or on the day of the tour : no refund

Tour Programs

Date Code Time Tour
Half day Tour HT-1 Nov. 4(Fri) 07:30 - 13:00 DMZ & The 3rd Tunnel Tour
HT-2 Nov. 5(Sat) 13:00-17:30 Royal Palace Tour 1
Full day Tour FT-1 Nov. 6(Sun) 09:00-17:00 Korean Folk Village & Hwaseong Fortress Tour

Half day Tour

  • HT-1 DMZ & The 3rd Tunnel Tour : Nov. 4(Fri) 07:30 - 13:00
    ITINERARY
    Tour Desk – The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel - Dorasan Observatory – Tour Desk
    PRICE
    KRW 71,000/person (minimum 10 persons basis)
    CONDITIONS
    ·   English speaking guide’s assistance
    ·   15-seated minibus
    ·   All admission included.
    DESCRIPTION
    Truly a unique & rare experience in the whole world. This visit will leave you with a dramatic sense of the tremendous tragedy of separated families, the division of the peninsula and the hopes for reunification. The North Korean 3rd Tunnel is one of several underground tunnels dug under the DMZ (demilitarized zone) by for the purpose of infiltrating troops into in case of hostilities. It is deep under the surface and tourists are invited to descend to the bottom to view it for themselves. Cameras are permitted in the DMZ but it is essential that all visitors bring along their passports.
  • HT-2 Royal Palace Tour 1 : Nov. 5(Sat) 13:00-17:30
    ITINERARY
    Tour desk – Gyeongbok Palace– Samcheongdong Street – Tour desk
    PRICE
    KRW 51,000/person (minimum 10 persons basis)
    CONDITIONS
    ·   English speaking guide’s assistance
    ·   15-seated minibus
    ·   All admission included.
    DESCRIPTION
    was built in 1394 as a primary residence for the royal family. Geunjeongjeon, the largest and most impressive building in the palace, served as the throne room and audience hall. Gyeonghoiru, a spacious two-story pavilion, overlooks a picturesque man-made pond just northwest of the throne hall. It served as a feasting hall for gatherings of royal ministers and diplomats. Samcheongdong Street goes through the middle of the city, but is a peaceful, quaint area. The street is lined with cafes, museums, antique shops and a number of famous art galleries.

Full day Tour

  • FT-1 Korean Folk Village & Hwaseong Fortress Tour : Nov. 6(Sun) 09:00-17:00
    ITINERARY
    Tour Desk – Korean Folk Village - Lunch – Suwon Hwaseong Fortress – Tour Desk
    PRICE
    KRW97,000/person (minimum 10 persons basis)
    CONDITIONS
    ·   English speaking guide’s assistance
    ·   15-seated minibus
    ·   All admission included.
    ·   Lunch included.
    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 homes and a small amphitheater for music and folk dances. Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, the Brilliant Fortress in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do Province, was built with the first use of cranes and other latest construction engineering of the 18th century. The construction was planned by the 22nd king of the Joseon Dynasty, Jeongjo, when he moved his father’s tomb in 1789. Each structure well harmonizes architectural splendor and function on a key strategic spot.