Into the Contemporary Art
Day 1, Airport Pick Up
Meet your guide at arrival gate at Incheon Airport. Move to Seoul where you will first have a PCR test before going to your hotel. * PCR test depends on Covid-19 restrictions and can be changed depending on situation.
Incheon Airport → PCR Test @ Local Hospital → Your Hotel
Day 2. Discover Seoul
Visit Jogyesa temple, one of the main temple in Seoul. Your next destination is Gyeongbok Palace, one of the 5 main palaces of Seoul, and the grandest, where you can admire the royal guard changing ceremony. Continue your journey to Bukchon Hanok Village, a traditional houses village. Have Lunch in Insadong, an antique street where you can also buy souvenirs. Jongmyo Shrine, the oldest and most authentic of the Confucian royal shrines will show you its architectural beauty. Finish your day at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza, designed by architect Zaha Hadid, the newest and most iconic landmark of the Korean design industry.
Your Hotel (Seoul) → Jogyesa Temple → Gyeongbok Palace → The Royal Guard Changing Ceremony → Bukchon Hanok Village → Insadong(Lunch)→ Jongmyo Shrine → DDP → Your Hotel (Seoul)
Day 3. Into the Contemporary Art
Visit Changdeok palace (UNESCO World Heritage), the second main palace, and its Secret Garden. Your next destination will bring you into the wonderful world of books at Seoul Book Bogo, a tunnel of books. Have lunch around the Olympic Park where you will immerse yourself into contemporary art. Visit the Seoul Olympic Museum of Art and have a walk outside into the Sculpture Park. Finish your journey at Sky Observatory Tower, the highest tower in Korea ! Located on floors 117-123, you will have a breathtaking you of Seoul.
Your Hotel (Seoul) → Changdeok Palace → Seoul Book Bogo → Lunch → Seoul Olympic Museum of Art (SOMA) and Sculpture Park → Sky Observatory Tower → Your Hotel (Seoul)
Day 4. Contemporary Art, Market & Nature
Start your journey to the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art which focuses on introducing global contemporary art. Continue with Gyeonghuigung, a secondary royal villa used for the king. Just next to it is the Donuimun Museum Village, an outdoor village that consists of hanok (traditional Korean homes) and buildings that showcase historical eras of Seoul architecture. Have Lunch near Namdaemun Market, the largest traditional market in Korea. Pass through Sungnyemun Gate, one of the four main gates of the fortress built to protect the capital. Finish your day to Naksan Park, which offers spectacular view of Daehangno district from its peak.
Your Hotel (Seoul) → National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMCA) → Gyeonghuigung → Donuimun Museum Village → Lunch → Namdaenum Market & Sungnyemun Gate → Naksan Park → Your Hotel (Seoul)
Day 5. Beauty of Yangpyong
Discover the beauty of Yangpyong and its beautiful landscapes. Start your journey to the Lee Jae Hyo Gallery, an incredible place located in nature, where you can take the time to admire Lee Jae Hyo’ sculptures made of wood and metal. Have a walk in Dumulmeori, a main ecotourisum spot where the Bukhangang River and Namhangang River at the foot of Geumdaeboung Peak converge. Have Lunch in Yangpyong area and continue your journey to Semiwon Garden, surrounded by water in Korea’s traditional garden style. Take some relaxing time to see the beautiful lotus flowers.
Your Hotel (Seoul) → Lee Jae Hyo Gallery → Dumulmeori → Lunch → Semiwon Garden → Your Hotel (Seoul)
Day 6. Incheon Area & Incheon Airport Sending
Start your journey in Incheon, and discover the first Chinatown in Korea. Rich in culture, the Chinatown street is always busy with people and is recognised for its marvellous traditional Chinese food. Continue with the Art Platform that displays both ancient and modern architecture. Visit the Incheon Open Port Museum, the former Japanese First Bank building. Continue with Jayu Park where you can see the statue of General MacArthur, who commanded the Incheon Landing Operation.
Your Hotel (Seoul) → China Town → The Art Platform → Incheon Open Port Museum → Jayu Park (Douglas MacArthur) → Incheon Airport
1. Transportation Vehicle & Driver (Parking, meal)
2. VIP English Speaking Guide (meal)
3. Admission fees: to attractions as listed in the itinerary.
5. Meals: Lunch as listed in the itinerary
7. Service charges (planning, communication and operation)
2. Personal Expenses