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[#Jolly #Holymoly #Tasty ][5D4N] JMT Adventure Tour

  • Price
    ₩1,308,000
  • Departure
    Arrival Gate
  • Time
    Arrival Time
  • Minimum No. of Pax
    2pax persons

This is Special Gourmet Tour!
It is especially for the people who have already been in Korea and visited the ordinary tour spot.
Also for the people who want to feel much deeper Korea from their very first visit.
If you want to go deeper about Korea with more locally organized foods and attractions, YOU SHOULD START YOUR ADVENTURE WITH THIS [JMT Adventure Tour]!

For more information, please email us or become a member of LOTTEJTB by joining us!
We also offer FIT rates on the same itinerary with reasonable rates.

Inclusions

- Accommodation and daily Breakfast 


- Complimentary in-room wifi


- Private round-way airport transfer


- Air-conditioned vehicle: Long County or 45 seated bus


- Private English Speaking Guide

  * If you need other language guiding service, please email us.

 

- All admission fee (mentioned)


- Meal (Mentioned)


- Daily bottle of water








Exclusions

- Guide Tip: $5/pp/pd

- International Airfare

- Traveler’s Insurance

- Others not mentioned




1DAY

Arrival – Seoul (-L/D)

Welcome to Korea! Transfer by coach to the hotel and check-in.

 * Schedule is subject to change after your flight information is given


Hotel: CS Avenue or Chisun Hotel or similar hotel


2DAY

Seoul (B/L/D)

Meet the guide at the lobby and transfer to ‘Gyeongbokgung Palace’ and ‘National Folk museum’ with ‘Jogyesa Temple’.

Then head to Insadong street for short tour with lunch.

After having lunch, visit ‘Kimchikan Museum’ where you can have a look about the history of kimchi and actually taste it.

Then head to ‘Namdaemun Market’ for the grocery shopping.

Finally you will go to ‘Myeongdong Shopping Street’ and try some street foods. Drop off at hotel.





SEOUL

Breakfast at the hotel

[09:00] Meet a guide at the lobby and transfer to Gyeongbokggung Palace

[09:30] Blue House (pass by)

[10:00] Changing a guard performance 

[10:30] Gyeongbokggung Palace

[11:30] National Folk Museum

  → Close on Tuesdays (Alternative: Changdeokgung Palace)

[12:00] Transfer to Jogyesa Temple

[12:15] Jogyesa Temple

[12:45] Transfer to Lunch place

[13:00] Lunch - Temple meal experience 

[14:00] Insadong

[14:20] Kimchi making experience @Kimchigan  

[15:00] Docent Tour @Kimchigan  

[15:30] Transfer to Namdaemun Market 

[16:00] Namdaemun Market for grocery shopping

  → Guide will give you a mission to find grocery which you can find only in Korea!

[17:30] Transfer to Myeongdong

[18:00] Myeongdong Street for shopping and street food 

[19:00] Dinner

[20:00] Check-in the hotel


Hotel: CS Avenue or Chisun Hotel or similar hotel



3DAY

Seoul (B/L/D)

Meet the guide at the lobby and transfer to ‘N Seoul Tower’ with famous love lock wall.

After that try ‘Hanbok wearing and Kimbap making’ and have lunch what you made.

Transfer to ‘Namsan Hanok Village and experience the tea ceremony’.

Then visit ‘Ginseng museum’.

And finally visit ‘Makgeolly(Korean Traditional wine) grocery’ and experience the making process.

Overnight at hotel.




SEOUL

Breakfast at the hotel

[09:00] Meet a guide at the lobby and transfer to N Seoul Tower

[10:00] N Seoul Tower (excluded the observatory)

[11:00] Hanbok Wearing and Kimbap Making  

[12:00] Have Lunch the food you made (Kimbap)

[13:00] Transfer to Namsan Hanok Village

[13:30] Walk along the Namsan Hanok Village 

  → Close on Mondays (Alternative: Bukchon Hanok Village)

[14:00] Experience Tea Ceremony, called 'Dado'

[15:00] Transfer to Ginseng Museum

[15:30] Ginseng Museum

[16:30] Transfer to Makgeolly experience place  

[17:00] Makgeolly Experience

[19:00] Dinner

[20:00] Check-in the hotel


Hotel: CS Avenue or Chisun Hotel or similar hotel



4DAY

Seoul (B/L/D)

After having breakfast at hotel, you will visit ‘Mt. Inwangsan Suseong-dong Valley’ to have some tracking with fresh air and nice natural scenary.

And on the way to descend, visit ‘Scope Bake House Cafe’ to get a cup of coffee with bread. Here's one of the best bakery, so try one piece of bread here.

After that visit ‘Yundongju Museum' nearby.

Then visit ‘Tong-in Market” which is famous for delicious street foods and snacks.

Have lunch there, then go to ‘Cheonggyecheon Stream’ which runs through downtown Seoul as a part of urban development.

After you will visit ‘Dongdaemun’ area with ‘Dongdaemun Design Plaza’.

Around the time you may feel the hunger, you will visit ‘Gwangjang Market’ to have so many finger licking Korean foods.

Drop off at hotel.




SEOUL

Breakfast at the hotel

[09:00] Meet a guide at the lobby and transfer to Mt. Inwangsan

[09:30] Mt. Inwangsan Suseong-dong Valley

[10:45] Scope Bake House Cafe

  → One of the best bakery in Seoul! Get your famous bread here.

[11:00] Yundongju Museum

  → Close on Mondays (Alternative: Yun Dong-Ju Hill (Poet hill))

[12:00] Transfer to Tongin Market

[12:30] Lunch @ Tong-in Market

[13:30] Transfer to Cheonggyecheon Stream

[14:00] Cheonggyecheon Stream

[14:30] K Style Hub - Korean Traditional Food Museum 

[15:30] Transfer to Dongdaemun

[16:00] Dongdaemun & Dongdaemun Design Plaza’

[17:30] Transfer to Gwangjang Market

[18:00] Dinner @ Gwangjang Market

[20:00] Check-in the hotel


Hotel: CS Avenue or Chisun Hotel or similar hotel



5DAY

Departure (B)

Have a breakfast at hotel and get free time till the departure.

Transfer to Incheon airport and fly back to home.

 

* Schedule is subject to change after your flight information is given


  • Gyeongbok Palace

    Let's say, if you are given to choose only one place to visit in Korea, you must go to the Gyeongbok Palace, which is the largest and main one among the royal palaces. Visiting this place will make you to share your travel experience of Korea with others.


    Closed
    Tuesdays

  • National Folk Museum

    Everthing is here! Over 98,000 artifacts are featured here in Korean National Folk Museum.
    You will see a daily life of Korean from prehistoric times to the end of the Joseon Dynasty in 1910.


    image copyright (c) visitkorea

  • Insadong Antique Shop Alley

    You may be able to find a local antique piece here. This area is still a unique place of folk crafts and paintings. Here is the best place to buy a traditional souvenier ever!

  • Kimchi

    Kimchi, a staple in Korean cuisine, is a famous traditional side dish of salted and fermented vegetables, such as napa cabbage and Korean radish, made with a widely varying selection of seasonings including gochugaru, spring onions, garlic, ginger, and jeotgal, etc


    image copyright (c) maxpixel.net

  • Namdaemun Market

    Have you ever heard "If you cannot find anything in Namdaemun Market, you will never find it anywhere in Seoul"?
    This mega sized market area has everything! You may not have enought time to visit over 10,000 shops there.
    Before going to shop, fill your body with a street food there.

  • Myeongdong

    Who loves shopping? Myeongdong is no doubt the most popular shopping district in Korea, especially for K-cosmetic shopping. Go grab your beauty items here! While shopping, you can have a little fun of eatting various Korean street foods.




    image copyright (c) visitkorea

  • N Seoul Tower

    Climb up the N Seoul tower at night ! You will take the opportunity to discover the most beautiful view of Seoul city. Don't forget to lock up your love at the "Locks of Love".


    image copyright (c) visitkorea

  • Try Hanbok - Making Kimch - Learn Traditional Etiquette of Korea

    New trends in Korea is that visiting tourist attractions with wearing a Hanbok, which is a tradiitonal Korean dress. Take a photo and upload it on your instagram!
    Plus, you can make a Kimchi by yourself or with your friends. Making Kimchi experience allows you to learn more about the culture. Don't you want to taste it you made? Take it to your home as a souvenir!


    image copyright (c) flickr

  • Namsan Hanok Village

    Did you already visit a lot of temples and palaces, and need a new traditional spot? Then, It is perfect for you.
    This village features 5 upper class houses from the Joseon Dynasty and it shows the harmony of modern and tradition because of its location.


    Closed
    Every Mondays



    image copyright (c) visitkorea

  • Korea Ginseng

    Korean ginseng is commonly referred to as an overall well-being medication. This is because it affects several systems in the body (such as the immune system, reproductive system, and neurological system).


    Ginseng has been used for centuries in Traditional Chinese Medicine for improving overall health. It has been used to help fight off stress, lower blood sugar, as well as treat male erectile dysfunction and many other conditions. Korean ginseng is known for its ability to help regulate mood, strengthen the immune system, and improve cognition. 


    image copyright (c) Flickr




  • Makgeolli (Korean Traditional Wine)

    Makgeolli, sometimes anglicized to makkoli, is a Korean alcoholic beverage. The milky, off-white and lightly sparkling rice wine has a slight viscosity that tastes slightly sweet, tangy, bitter, and astringent. Chalky sediment gives it a cloudy appearance.


    image copyright (c) Flickr

  • Tong-in Market

    Tongin Market is a traditional market in Tongin-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. Established in 1941, the market originally catered for local needs. Today it is home to around 75 stalls and shops such as sit-in restaurants, take-away street food and vendors of every-day goods.


    image copyright (c) Flickr

  • K-style hub

    The K-Style Hub is an extremely useful attraction that may be unknown to many international tourists! This one-stop complex has information to meet all tourists' needs, from a tourist information center to various experience zones and exhibition halls! The hub is spread out over four levels, with the Tourist Information Center found on the second floor, Korean Culinary Culture Exhibition Hall and Korean Cuisine Culture Center on the third and fourth floors respectively, and the Regional Tourism Experience Hall on the fifth floor. Although each floor has its own range of fun experiences to enjoy, there are eight experiences that you cannot miss! Following our guide, you will lose yourself in the charms of K-Style Hub!


    image copyright (c) Flickr

  • Dongdaemun Market

    Dongdaemun Market is usually known as a shopping destination in Korea.
    Walking through Mukja Golmok of Dongdaemun Market, you will have a chance to sample a variety of different foods from the street cendors such as jeon (Korean style savory pancakes), tteokbokki (spicy rice cakes) and maybe even some Korean traditional alcohol-soju and makgeolli.

  • Gwangjang Market

    Gwangjang Market, previously Dongdaemun Market, is a traditional street market in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. The market is one of the oldest and largest traditional markets in South Korea, with more than 5000 shops and 20,000 employees in an area of 42,000 square metres.


    image copyright (c) 광장시장

The price is based on twin room sharing.

Single Supplement: Please request us

Tour time may be changed due to an unexpected situation.

No Cancellation

Rates are quoted in KRW

The above price includes 21% of Taxes & Service Charges.

The uncompleted payment will result in the automatic cancellation.