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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. Those who wish to join the tours are advised to register in advance.
Tour Reservation Deadline: September 18, 2015
  • 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.

  • All tours include entrance fee as per itinerary and touring with the service of an English speaking guide. All tours are based on the estimated price and tour courses could be changed later due to the local circumstances.
Date / Time October 5 (Mon), 2015 / 09:00 ~ 18:00
Price KRW 92,250/Person (Min. 20 People)
Itinerary Busosanseong Fortress of Buyeo– Lunch - Jeongnimsa Temple Site- Neungsan-ri Ancient Tombs
Conditions - Including all admission fees
- Transportation by bus
- With an English speaking guide assistance
- Including Lunch
Baekje Historic Areas [UNESCO World Heritage Site for 2015]
Located in the mountainous mid-western region of the Republic of Korea, this property comprises eight archaeological sites dating from 475 to 660 CE, including the Gongsanseong fortress and royal tombs at Songsan-ri related to the capital, Ungjin (present day Gongju), the Busosanseong Fortress and Gwanbuk-ri administrative buildings, the Jeongnimsa Temple, the royal tombs in Neungsan-ri and the Naseong city wall related to the capital, Sabi (now Buyeo), the royal palace at Wanggung-ri and the Mireuksa Temple in Iksan related to the secondary Sabi capital. Together, these sites represent the later period of the Baekje Kingdom – one of the three earliest kingdoms on the Korean peninsula (18 BCE to 660 CE) - during which time they were at the crossroads of considerable technological, religious (Buddhist), cultural and artistic exchanges between the ancient East Asian kingdoms in Korea, China and Japan.
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Busosanseong Fortress of Buyeo
Busosanseong Fortress (Historic Site No. 5) is a mud fortress located on top of Busosan Mountain (alt. 106m) in the northern part of Buyeo.Busosan Mountain was once considered the guardian mountain of Buyeo and is home to historic landmarks from the Baekje Kingdom (18 BC-660 AD). In addition to Busosanseong Fortress, some of the most famous sites on the mountain include Baekhwajeong Pavilion, Sajaru Pavilion, Banwollu Pavilion, Yeongillu Pavilion, Samchungsa Shrine (dedicated to three loyal subjects of the Baekje Kingdom), Gungnyeosa Shrine, Goransa Temple, Gunchangji (military warehouse site), and Suhyeoljugeoji (site of pit houses for the Baekje soldiers). The mountain is also home to Nakhwaam Rock where, according to legend, 3,000 women of the Baekje Kingdom threw themselves into the river below after the collapse of the empire.
Jeongnimsa Temple Site
Jeongnimsa Temple Site is located in flat land of the center of Buyeo. Geumseongsan Mountain stands to the east and Busosan Mountain stands to the north of the temple site. Jeongnimsa Temple was constructed in the central part of the capital city during the Sabi Period.

The temple site also has an 8.3m high five-story stone pagoda. This granite pagoda has been designated as National Treasures No. 9. It is generally known as the ‘Baekje 5-story Pagoda.’

In the past, it would have been called ‘Pyeongjetap.’ As one of two extant Baekje pagodas, this stone pagoda itself is a precious artifact and very important in establishing the lineage of Korean stone pagoda patterns. With refined and creative features, this pagoda exemplifies the beauty and elegance that were imitated in pagodas built in later periods.
Neungsan-ri Ancient Tombs
Hundreds of Baekje tombs are scattered across Buyeo. Among them, Neungsan-ri Ancient Tombs, which are close to Buyeo, have been relatively well preserved and are fairly large in size. 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 stone mounds of the Hanseong Era as well as those discovered in Buyeo.
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Date / Time October 5 (Mon), 2015 / 09:00 ~ 18:00
Price KRW 80,000/Person (Min. 20 People)
Itinerary Gyejoksan Mountain Red Clay Trail – Lunch - Dongchundang Park - Yuseong Hot Springs
Conditions - Including all admission fees
- Transportation by bus
- With an English speaking guide assistance
- Including Lunch
Gyejoksan Mountain Red Clay Trail
The Gyejoksan Mountain Red Clay Trail is an eco-healing walking trail which can be found on the nation’s first mountain with a barefoot walking theme, Mount Gyejok. In 2008, it was considered as one of the ‘33 travel destinations to go back to’ by travel journalists. About 500 children from 100 different countries who took part in the United Nations Children's Conference on the Environment, and Republic of Seychelles President James Michel have also gone barefoot walking on Mount Gyejok. Visitors can walk on red clay and breathe in the fresh aroma of pine trees while enjoying a view of downtown Daejeon from Gyejoksanseong Fortress, which was built during the time of the Three Kingdoms. The trail helps restore the health of the body and soul and gives visitors a therapeutic and unique experience.
Dongchundang Park
Dongchundang Park was once the residence of Song Jung-gil, a noted politician from ancient times. Built in 1653, the park’s Dongchundang Residential Compound (Treasure No. 209) has kept some of its original features including its three ponds, pavilions, old swings, and the nameplate written by Uam Song Si-yeol in 1678 in honor of Song Jung-gil. Today, the park is the main venue of the annual Dongchundang Cultural Festival along with other local festivals.
Yuseong Hot Springs
Yuseong Hot Springs is located at the center of Daejeon. The hot spring is known to be effective in countering many kinds of maladies. The water here contains alkaline minerals such as calcium, and potassium, sulphur, carbonic acid, silicic acid and radium. An especially high concentration of radium is found here. Such alkaline hot springs are known to be good for treating neuralgia and geriatric diseases. Nearby are large accommodations with many convenient facilities, which make it easy to visit here while touring. (Outdoor hot spring is only available for man)
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Date / Time October 6 (Tue), 2015 / 10:30 ~ 19:30
Price KRW 113,000/Person (Min. 20 People)
Itinerary The National Science Museum – Lunch - Daejeon O-World – Skyload (Euneungjeongi Culture Street)
Conditions - Including all admission fees
- Transportation by bus
- With an English speaking guide assistance
- Including Lunch
The National Science Museum
The National Science Museum is a scientific culture facility which studies and exhibits various scientific materials. At its center is the Astronomical Hall, which is the largest dome in Korea. From here you can vividly see the phenomenon of the celestial sphere and the human development of space. It also has the only world-class space theater in Korea. The 242 seats are available on a first-come first-serve basis. It can re-create the appearance of a night sky, the highlight being the view of the starlight at the planetarium. The Astrovision is also a special visual device, giving a magnificent and realistic view of space development.
Daejeon O-World
Daejeon O-World (Formerly “Daejeon Zoo”) was established when the Daejeon Zoo and Joy Land, an amusement park, were integrated under the supervision of the Daejeon City Corporation. The three main sections of Daejeon O-World are Zoo Land, Joy Land, and Flower Land. Zoo Land is currently home to a total of 600 animals of 130 different species including American black bears, Bengal tigers, lions, elephants, giraffes, zebras, and ostriches. Amusement rides, waterslides, and four-season sledding are housed at Joy Land. Flower Land boasts a number of smaller sections such as Rose Garden, Four Season Garden, Herb Garden, and Maze Garden and is home to a total of 150,000 tress of 100 different species and 200,000 flowers of 85 different species. An outdoor stage and concert hall are also located in the area.
Skyload (Euneungjeongi Culture Street)
Euneungjeongi Culture Street in Eunhaeng-dong in downtown Daejeon is the fashion epicenter of Daejeon and is comparable to the famed Myeongdong shopping district in Seoul. Packed with plenty of things to see, eat, and enjoy, the street is bursting with the lively vigor of the street's young shoppers. The Sky Road offers people a special night view of the city, with fantastic video shows including mysterious cosmic images and underwater scenery, every night. It has emerged as a new attraction in Daejeon that is steadily attracting tourists.
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Contact Information
For any inquiry, please contact to below:
Tour Bureau of WCC 2015 (Kim’s Travel Service Co., Ltd)
4F, 2728 Nambusunhwan-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
Fax: +82-2-571-9921 E-mail: tour@wcc-2015.org
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