|Price (per person)||Remarks|
|USD105||10 people have to sign up for there to be a tour!!
Please wait for others to go, if you are less than 10 people!
– Round-trip Train(West Gold Train+KTX) Ticket
– Transfer (bus)
– Korean Tour conductor(Not Tour guide)
– Personal Expense
– Insurance Fee
– Every Meal – Admission fees
|08:27 ~ 11:44||Yongsan Station → Gunsan Station (by West Gold Train)
|11:50 ~ 12:00||Gunsan Station → Street of Modern Cultural Heritage|
|12:00 ~ 16:00||Street of Modern Cultural Heritage Free Tour/ Lunch
*Gunsan Modern History Museum: The Gunsan Modern History Museum, a symbolic space featuring a collection of modern cultural heritage items, is the starting point of a walking tour in Gunsan. In the areas surrounding the museum, you can explore the array of its heritage and the historic downtown one after another.
*Hirotsu House: The Hirotsu House is a major modern cultural heritage site of Gunsan. The two-story house is a traditional Japanese wooden mansion erected by a Japanese merchant named Hirotsu, who accumulated great wealth in the Gunsan region under Japanese imperialism.
*Lee Sung Dang: It’s located near the Hirotsu House, is must-see places in Gunsan. Lee Sung Dang is a time-honored bakery that first opened in 1945. The bakery is best known for its danpat-ppang (sweet red bean buns) and yachae-ppang (vegetable buns).
|16:00 ~ 16:50||Street of Modern Cultural Heritage → Jeonju Hanok Village|
|16:50 ~ 18:50||Hanok Village Free Tour
*Jeonju Hanok Village: Jeonju Hanok Village is located in the city of Jeonju and overlaps Pungnam-dong and Gyo-dong. There are over 800 traditional Korean ‘hanok’ houses. While the rest of city has been industrialized, Hanok Maeul retains its historical charms and traditions.
|18:50 ~ 19:40||Jeonju Hanok Village → Iksan station|
|20:00 ~ 21:17||Iksan station→ Yongsan Station|