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ORye Tour Co., Ltd www.ryetour.com
Attn. Mr.Chan-Ki, Sung Tel. +82-2-725-0808 Fax. +82-2-761-4808
E-mail: ryetour01@korea.com

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05-06 May 2015
EVS-01 05-06 May 2015 09:00-17:00 DMZ Tour and Insadong Street
EVS-02 05-06 May 2015 09:00-17:00 Seoul City Tour
EVS-03 05-06 May 2015 09:00-17:00 Heiri Art Village & Ilsan Lake Flower Festival
EVS-04 05-06 May 2015 09:00-17:00 Korean Folk Village & Hwaseong Fortress
  
EVS 2015 TOURS
PRICE USD85.00 P/P (Minimum 10 persons are required)
CONDITIONS
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Deluxe Air-Conditioned Bus or Van
  • Admissions
  • Lunch included
ITINERARY KINTEX - DMZ - Lunch - Insadong Antique Street – Hotel
DESCRIPTION Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) 63 years has passed since the outbreak of the Korean War, and the drawing of the 155 mile cease fire line from the East Sea to the Yellow Sea has created the Demilitarized Zone. Symbolizing both war and peace, the DMZ is a place where time has come to a stop. Today, it is a heaven for rare animals, birds, and plants in one of few places where nature remains undisturbed.
*Freedom Bridge: It was built to repatriate both South and North prisoners of war in 1953.
*the 3rd Infiltration Tunnel: the North Korea burrowed this tunnel for secret and swift infiltration of Military forces to the South. It was discovered by the South Army in 1978.
*Dora Observatory: You can view a real part of North Korea- N.K’s Flag, houses, buildings etc.
Insadong Street
is the ideal place for visitors who want to experience the true character of Korean art, with its subtle, enduring beauty. Once you are in Insa-dong, you will immediately be drawn to the small alleys lined with numerous shops and galleries, both tiny and spacious: antique shops, Korean stationery stores, frame shops, handicraft shops, pottery and porcelain shops, bookstores and painting studios, and art supply stores. In addition, restaurants and cafes serve traditional food and teas.

PRICE USD85.00 P/P (Minimum 10 persons are required)
CONDITIONS
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Deluxe Air-Conditioned Bus or Van
  • Admissions
  • Lunch included
ITINERARY KINTEX - Gyeongbokgung Palace –National Folklore Museum – Lunch - Insadong Street Seoul Tower - Hotel
DESCRIPTION Gyeongbok Palace The 40- acre Gyeongbok Palace was built in 1394, the third year of the Joseon Dynasty. Geunjungjon, the largest and most impressive building in the palace, served as a throne room and an audience hall. Gyeonghoeru, a spacious two-story pavilion, overlooks a picturesque man-made pond just northwest of the throne hall.
National Folk Museum is in the Gyeongbok Palace complex. It explains the religious rituals, housing customs, household tools and implements, food and social dynamics of traditional Korean life.
Insadong Street is the ideal place for visitors who want to experience the true character of Korean art, with its subtle, enduring beauty. Once you are in Insa-dong, you will immediately be drawn to the small alleys lined with numerous shops and galleries, both tiny and spacious: antique shops, Korean stationery stores, frame shops, handicraft shops, pottery and porcelain shops, bookstores and painting studios, and art supply stores. In addition, restaurants and cafes serve traditional food and teas.
Seoul Tower: With a commanding view of Seoul, Seoul Tower is equipped with observatories and revolving restaurant for a full 360º view.

PRICE USD85.00 P/P (Minimum 10 persons are required)
CONDITIONS
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Deluxe Air-Conditioned Bus or Van
  • Admissions
  • Lunch included
ITINERARY KINTEX - Heiri Art Village – Lunch - Ilsan Lake Park/ Flower Festival - Hotel
DESCRIPTION Heyri Art Valley, a collection of art galleries, workshops, film studios, book shops and cafés, hidden away in an idyllic valley just an hour’s drive north of Seoul. Along with nearby Paju Book City, Heyri is a grand experiment in ecologically friendly architecture, design and urban planning, made all the more amazing—or surreal, depending on your current state of mind—by its location just a river’s width from North Korea. An outdoor museum (with plenty of indoor ones, too) that even philistines without the slightest interest in the arts can enjoy, it’s a place you could spend all day strolling about, dipping in and out of galleries and bookshops as the mood strikes. KOREA TOURISM ORGANIZATION
Ilsan Lake Park is the biggest artificial lake park in the Orient, constructed on an area of 350,000 pyong (1,157,100 square meters). This beautiful lake park preserves a healthy ecosystem with clean water where plants, animals, and fish can be found. By regularly holding a Flower Exhibition, this Lake Park has become a favorite leisure and resort place not only for Goyang citizens, but also for the public at large in Korea. The music fountain the favorite attraction at Ilsan Lake Park.

PRICE USD90.00 P/P(Minimum 10 persons are required)
CONDITIONS
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Deluxe Air-Conditioned Bus or Van
  • Admissions
  • Lunch included
ITINERARY KINTEX - Korean Folk Village – Lunch – Suwon Hwaseong Fortress - Hotel
DESCRIPTION Korean Folk Village was opened in 1974 as an open-air folk museum and international tourist attraction for both Korean and foreign visitors. It is a living museum that recreates the life styles of several centuries ago. There are typical Korea houses which show different styles of each provinces, school rooms, blacksmith forges, handicraft workshops, pottery kilns, government buildings, Yangban(upper-class) houses, and a market place where traditional foods are sold.
*Lunch: Korean BBQ
Suwon Hwaseong Fortress was built in 1796 since it started construction in 1794. The fortress wall is 5.52km long, and it was designed to serve political, commercial, and military functions-World Cultural Heritage.


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