Korea is an exciting tourist destination with many interesting places to visit and many different cultures to experience. To explore Korea's diversified and unique heritage, various kinds of tour packages are provided below as an option especially for our accompanying participatns. Those who wish to join the tours are advised to register in advance.
Tour Reservation Deadline: May 1, 2016
• All tour programs are requiring minimum person and if minimum number of persons is not reached, the program can be cancelled or substituted by another program with notice to participants, or may proceed at an altered rate with the consent of all participants.
• Credit card info is required to secure your reservation and tour fee will be paid by given credit card when the tour confirmed with the minimum person for each tour.
Korea National Arboretum - Lunch - Sansawon(Korean Traditional Liguor gallery)
- Including all admission fees
- Transportation by bus
- With an English speaking guide assistance
- Including lunch
Korea National Arboretum
The Korea National Arboretum was opened in 1987 on the grounds of Gwangneung Forest, in Gyeonggi-do province. Gwangneung was a royal forest, which surrounded a mausoleum of King Sejo of Chosun dynasty, Over the last 500 years the area has been strictly protected and retains much of its natural untouched feel.
The Arboretum is big by all accounts. It covers more than 1,100 ha and contains 15 specialised gardens, a Forest museum, an herbarium, impressive green-houses and more. Enough to warrant a full day of activities, walk and fun as long as you bring a picnic.
Sansawon is a traditional Korean liquor gallery established by Baesangmyun Brewery. The brewery is dedicated to brewing Korean liquor that preserves local traditional liquor culture, and is a rising company recognized for its emphasis on traditional beverages in the industry currently dominated by soju and beer.Sansawon is comprised of of Sansa Garden, where over 500 liquor jars are placed within a traditional Korean house, and Gallery Sansawon, which houses a traditional winery and reference materials on traditional liquor. In the three-story gallery, visitors can look around reference materials on display, experience brewing liquor and sample traditional liquors.