'SOM 2022' Field Tour Programs





[ T-1 ]   FT-1 Royal Seoul Walking Excursion


Seoul’s rich history is centred heavily around the incredible Royal Heritage that still remains evident in the city today. With several Royal Relics and Buildings located amongst the modern sky-scrapers and architecture, this tour will take you to the centre of Seoul, visiting the Geongbokung Place.
Built in 1395, Geongbokung Palace is also commonly referred to as the Norther Palace, because it’s location is furthers north when compared to the other palaces in Seoul. Gyeongbokgung is arguably the most beautiful and is by far the largest of the five palaces.
Experience the magnificent Changing of the Guard ceremony at the palace before heading to Gwanghwamun Plaza to see Jogyesa Temple.

* Itinerary 
Meet a guide in the lobby of the Grand Walkerhill Seoul - Gwanghwamun Plaza - Palace Royal Guard Changing Ceremony & Gyeongbok Palace - Jogyesa Temple & Cheonggyecheon Stream - Lunch - Namsan Seoul Tower, View of Seoul (including Observatory) - Bukchon Hanok Village - Insadong Culture Street (Ssamzigil, etc...) - Return to the Grand Walkerhill Seoul 

* Time and duration: 0900am – 1730pm
* Minimum: 20

* Includes:
English-speaking guide / Private Vehicle (45 seats) including driver's fee, toll fee, parking fee / Meals (1 lunch) at local restaurant / Entrance fees / Travel insurance (exclusive for foreigners) / Covid-19 hygiene kit / Bottle of water / Taxes

* Rate: KRW 150,000 per person













[ T-2 ]   FT-2 Demilitarized Zone Excursion


One of the most tumultuous borders in the world, and certainly one of the most infamous, the North / South Korean border is home to the Demilitarized Zone.
On this half-day excursion, you’ll experience the most significant areas of the DMZ beginning with the Imjingak Peace Park which features several historical monuments. From there, you will venture through to the DMZ itself, where you’ll stop at the Theatre and Exhibition Hall to learn about the history behind the DMZ and North / South Korea.
You will then head underground, into the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel, an invasion tunnel built by North Korea which was discovered in 1978.
Final visit is the Dora Observatory where you can observe North Korean life from the closest point to North Korea before returning to Seoul.

* Itinerary 
Meet a guide in the lobby of the Grand Walkerhill Seoul - Imjingak Peace Park - The Bridge of Freedom - DMZ Theater & Exhibition Hall - The 3rd Infiltration Tunnel - Dora Observatory - Dora Station - Pass by Unification Village - Paju Iimjingak Peace Gondola ride - Lunch - Return to the Grand Walkerhill Seoul

* Time and duration: 0800am – 1600pm
* Minimum: 20

* Includes:
English-speaking guide / Private Vehicle (45 seats) including driver's fee, toll fee, parking fee / Meals (1 lunch) at local restaurant / Entrance fees / Travel insurance (exclusive for foreigners) / Covid-19 hygiene kit/ Bottle of water / Taxes

* Rate: KRW 162,000 per person















[ T-3 ]   HT-1 Korean Cooking Culinary Experience - No tour (Understaffed minimum number of people)


In this hands-on experience, it’s time to put on your apron and get into the kitchen! You’ll learn all about traditional Korean cuisine from your professional chef instructors, as well as learn how to make two Korean meals such as Bulgogi beef, Kimchi pancake, Bibimbap and more!
Make sure you’re hungry for this experience, because there’s plenty  to eat!

* Itinerary 
Meet a guide in the lobby of the Grand Walkerhill Seoul - Making 2 kinds of Korean dishes and tasting (beef bulgogi, Kimchi Pancake, Bibimap, etc / it can be changed) - Return to the Grand Walkerhill Seoul

* Time and duration: 1300am – 1800pm
* Minimum: 10

* Includes:
English-speaking guide / Private Vehicle (20 seats) including driver's fee, toll fee, parking fee / Entrance fees / Travel insurance (exclusive for foreigners) / Covid-19 hygiene kit / Bottle of water / Taxes

* Rate: KRW 155,000 per person















[ T-4 ]   HT-2 Minhwa Experience - No tour (Understaffed minimum number of people)


Minhwa refers to Korean folk art, literal meaning ‘painting of the people’ or ‘popular painting’. You will experience, see and even create your own folk paintings during this excursion. Firstly, you will visit the Gahoe Museum located in central Seoul. Opened in 2002, the Gahoe Museum exhibits folk paintings and amulets reflecting the lifestyle and wishes of Korean people from ancient times. Inside the Hanok gallery, visitors can immerse themselves in Korean traditions, including old paintings depicting people’s past lifestyles and religious beliefs, roof tiles in the shape of humans or goblins, folding screens and religious objects revealing the skills and knowledge of Korean ancestors. 
You will also be able to create your own folk painting on a folding fan, to keep as a souvenir of traditional Seoul.

* Itinerary 
Meet a guide in the lobby of the Grand Walkerhill Seoul - Bukchon Hanok Village - [Gahoe Museum] exhibits folk paintings - Experience of Folk Painting on a fan - Return to the Grand Walkerhill Seoul

* Duration: 1300am – 1800pm
* Minimum: 10

* Includes:
English-speaking guide / Private Vehicle (20 seats) including driver's fee, toll fee, parking fee / Entrance fees / Travel insurance (exclusive for foreigners) / Covid-19 hygiene kit / Bottle of water / Taxe

* Rate: KRW 94,000 per person



  











[ T-5 ]   HT-3 Night View Tour - No tour (Understaffed minimum number of people)


When the sun goes down, Seoul comes to life! Explore the beautiful man-made wonders that make Seoul a breath-taking place in the dark – sights include the beautiful Namsangol Hanok Village, Dongaemun Design Plaza, Mount Namsan and the Namsan Seoul Tower, and finally the Sebit Floating Island and Han River Park.
While Seoul is considered to be the most representative city in the nation for its nightlife, you can also find stores or restaurants that stay open throughout the night in most other cities in Korea.

* Itinerary 
Meet a guide in the lobby of the Grand Walkerhill Seoul - Namsangol Hanok Village - Dongdaemun Design Plaza(DDP) - Mt.Namsan - Seoul Tower - Sebit Floting and Han River Park - Return to the Grand Walkerhill Seoul

* Time and duration: 1800pm – 2230pm
* Minimum: 10

* Includes:
English-speaking guide / Private Vehicle (45 seats) including driver's fee, toll fee, parking fee / Entrance fees / Travel insurance (exclusive for foreigners) / Covid-19 hygiene kit / Bottle of water / Taxes

* Rate: KRW 105,000 per person















** Cancellation & Refund Policy
 1. 14Days before the scheduled date: 100% refundable
 2. 7Days before the scheduled date: 80% refundable
 3. 2Days before the scheduled date: 50% refundable
 4. 1Day before the scheduled date: Non-refundable

 ** Remark
 - Excursions and tours are based on a minimum number of participants. Minimum numbers must be met for the excursion or tour to run. 
   If cancellation of the excursion or tour occurs due to the minimum numbers not being reached, 
   Grace Travel will suggest a different excursion or tour otherwise a full refund will be provided.
 - Bookings close two weeks prior to the excursion or tour date.
   100% cancellation fee applies if cancelled after 2 weeks prior to the excursion or tour date.
 - In order to secure your tour reservation, please make sure to write down your credit card details,
   the payment will not be made until the tour is confirmed. Only VISA amd Master Card is Available.
 - All payments for excursions and tours are to be made in US dollars.
 - Any queries please email help@triptokorea.com




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Write down the number of people in the T-1 to T-5 courses. (Please ignore T-6 to T-20)


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